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The Golden Rule of Epistemology, and Implications thereof. In this collection of (mostly) never before published essays, Dr. Anthony Horvath tackles a wide range of topics of a philosophical, theological, apologetical, and, for the first time, polemical, nature.
A Spiritual Memoir: Why Become a Christian? William A Gray explains why Christians cannot Be “good” enough nor Behave “good” enough to merit Becoming “saved,” because so many Christians do not understand this. He contrasts the tenets of competing worldviews (Theism, Deism, Naturalism/Humanism, and New Age) and critiques Humanistic Psychology and Transpersonal Psychology (New Age), because they allure so many “seekers” who do not understand that their promises will not be fulfilled. In each chapter, he shares Tips for Writing Your Spiritual Memoir.
ACM is proud to announce the release, with the editorial leadership of novelist Rob Cely, of its newest literary magazine, Pathos. A quarterly magazine of culture and faith, Pathos explores all the major ideas that move our world today: in politics, science, art and popular culture, and examine what they mean and how they intersect with the life of faith. Each issue also includes poetry, fiction and art from some of today’s finest emerging talents.
RECENTLY RELEASED: A Fall of Sparrows by ACM’s newest author, Paul J. Bennett! Paul weaves a story of freedom, redemption, and human dignity set in the south during the American Civil War. Available on Amazon and Kindle.
Paul Bennett grew up in Bainbridge, Georgia and is a lifelong student of American history, especially the Civil War and the hardships associated with that tragic period. Having been raised on stories of American heroes, his greatest honor has been the opportunity to write about those heroes who loved their neighbors as themselves.
Paul attended Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia and there met his wonderful wife, Jenice. He currently lives in Forest, Virginia where he practices Internal Medicine. He has a special interest in black powder firearms, but the most enjoyable times during the day are always spent with his wife and their two sons James and Daniel.
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2015 Novel Contest is now judging. Winners to be announced May, 2015.
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BY JOSEPH E. KEYSOR:
A vast amount of books have been written purporting to explain Hitler, and yet mystery remains. Can it be that there are important aspects of the Hitler problem that lie outside the confines of safely conventional history? That there are vital questions of good and evil, of truth and falsehood, or that secular wisdom is completely incapable of dealing with? Author Joseph Keysor contends in this book that some essential biblical teachings can contribute more to an understanding of the Holocaust and the Third Reich than many realize. These include: the origins of the Jewish people and the bizarre hatreds that have pursued t
hem; our innate human potential for great good, or for great evil; abiding standards of ethics that allow us to say unequivocally that evil exists; the failure of the churches to oppose Hitler; the catastrophic effects of denying God and his laws and relying on reason alone.
Keysor argues that, contrary to what now passes for conventional wisdom, biblical teaching is highly relevant to modern life. Taken as literal and inspired truth, the Bible is light in the darkness, and a sure guide through the dark jungles of ugly and destructive modernism.
ACM’s 2014 Online Conference: Women Equipping Women Keynote: Nancy Pearcey ACCESS ARCHIVES
- Anthony Horvath – The Warden Watch
- Paul Bennett – A Fall of Sparrows
- Robert Milton – Seed of Doubt
- Chaka Heinze – Under a Withering Sun
- Joseph Keysor – A Horror of Great Darkness
- Jamie Greening – The Little Girl Waits
- Shirley Tucker – Diamonds in the Dust
- Robert Cely – Beyond the Steel Wall
- Derek Elkins – Life Unworthy of Life
- Chris Morrow – The Devil’s Choir
- Robert Milton and Joe Courtemanche won ACM’s 2013 Novel Contest!
- In April we held our fourth annual Online Conference. Theme: Abortion and Apologetics. Purchase access to the archives.
- Check out ACM’s new Christian book review service.
- Anthony Horvath’s pro-life petition project.
- Derek Elkins and Chris Morrow were the winners of ACM’s 2012 Novel Contest. ACM will be publishing their books, which will be out soon.
- ACM hosted its second annual online writing conference on August 17th. For the first time, ACM also be broadcasted the event from a physical location. Theme: “No Compromise for the King.”
- ACM Author Shirley Tucker was on tour of the US this August. Check out the itinerary, here.
- ACM author Joseph Keysor had an article published in the March/April 2012 edition of Touchstone Magazine. The featured article was: “From Modernity to Auschwitz: The Secular and Anti-Christian Origins of the Holocaust.” Congratulations, Joseph!
- Read Dr. Holly Ordway’s The Vision of Literary Apologetics.
From the Director:
Naturally, you want to know what Athanatos means. Athanatos is Greek for ‘immortality’ or, ‘not dying.’ If Christianity is true, that’s what we are: immortal. We are adventurers unleashed for glory, freed from the burden of sin and made fearless in the face of death. This ministry is the outgrowth of my apologetics ministries over the last decade.
No longer do I believe that the best, exclusive use of my time is to reach out to and contend with atheists. Today I believe that the Church needs to expand its vision and methods in order to keep people from falling away in the first place.
The United States is a mission field. There are some things that matter to people today (like stories, movies, etc) that we can use but have been needlessly abandoned to secularists. It is partly the aim of this ministry to re-capture and re-employ what was always properly within the domain of Christian thought.
That means that Athanatos Christian Ministries will strive to produce thoughtful educational programs that are consistent with historic, orthodox, creedal Christianity, but also seek to connect through literature, through music, through story, among other methods we might imagine. Athanatos Christian Ministries is a big picture organization. Anyone interested in joining us or learning more is invited to contact us to see just what can be done.
Anthony Horvath, PhD