Dr. David Sorenson presents compelling evidence that the principal manuscripts, foundational to virtually all modern Bible versions – Codex Sinaiticus and Codex Vaticanus – are not ancient. They in fact are of recent origin. Though presenting literary history, many will find this book to be a page turner. There is scholarship evident throughout, yet the author writes on a level which just about anyone can understand. This book presents powerful evidence that Codex Sinaiticus was actually produced in 1840 and that Codex Vaticanus is no older than the medieval era, with modifications likely made in the 19th century.
“The law of the Lord is perfect.”
God’s Perfect Book presents a biblical development of the doctrines of inspiration and preservation. The final section of the book presents the unmistakable pattern of Gnostic alterations of the modern Critical Text whence virtually all modern Bible versions are based.
God’s Perfect Book is a powerful defense of the King James Bible and how it is the inerrant, infallible Word of God in the English language. This book is key to understanding the controversy over Bible inspiration and preservation.
Touch Not the Unclean Thing is a strong defence of the traditional Received Text of the New Testament and by extension, the King James Version of the Bible. The author provides extensive historical and factual documentation for his assertions, with more than 450 citations and a bibliography of 150 historical sources.
Dr. Sorenson connects the biblical principle of separation from apostasy to the Bible text issue. Historically documenting the fact that almost all editors of the modern Critical Text have direct associations with theological liberalism or apostasy.
In The Majesty of the Psalms, David Sorenson presents a full commentary of the Book of Psalms that is devotional as well as expositional. This book will become a classic on the Psalms.
Christian young adults need to read this new book and apply the wisdom of Proverbs to their day-to-day living.
Because Solomon wrote to his son, this book is written for young adults. Though there is depth of content, the style and format is easy to read. Dr. Sorenson makes the biblical book of Proverbs come alive in a very understandable way.
This book is an outtake of Dr. Sorenson’s full commentary, Understanding the Bible.
After nearly five decades in the ministry, Dr. David Sorenson recounts numerous incidents where men in spiritual leadership have experienced moral failure.This book presents the root cause thereof along with the scriptural means of preventing it.Dr. Sorenson lists four scriptural principles which will enable any individual to overcome the temptation of moral failure and to walk in the Spirit. He also lists twelve reasons which, if considered, will prevent a man in spiritual leadership from destroying his ministry, his reputation, his marriage, his position, and his testimony in yielding to sexual sin.
David Sorenson presents lost secrets used by several churches 50 years ago which enabled them to win many hundreds of people to Christ. Those secrets are eternal and will still work today.
The author presents a real-world perspective of fundamentalist institutions and individuals who are considering merging into the evangelical mainstream or have already done so.
The book is a wealth of church history of the 20th and 21st centuries, particularly as it relates to the fundamental, independent Baptist movement.
The reader will also find insightful chapters on Christian music as well as why institutions shift from a fundamentalist to an evangelical position.
The Art of Pastoring recognizes the importance of preaching and church administration, but focuses instead on a frequent area of weakness, pastoring people. “Without a question, it is crucial for a pastor to be skilled in preaching and in the program management of a local church. However, if he does not pastor his people, his ministry will neither be happy nor long in one place.”
“It is the goal of this book to share the principles contained in the Scripture which pertain to pastoring people.”
What does the Bible teach about raising children? Training your Children to Turn Out Right equips Christian parents with biblical principles for character development and spiritual growth to help their children turn out right.
Widely acclaimed and distributed, Training your Children to Turn Out Right is now in its fourth printing. Many Christian leaders have commented that it is the best book they have read on the subject. In keeping with Dr. Sorenson’s style, this book is easy to read, yet packed with in-depth Scriptural principles and illustrated with poignant illustrations from real life.
Full of memorable illustrations and numerous case scenarios, Have a Heavenly Marriage explains simple, clear scriptural principles that any child of God can follow. It is easy, gripping reading that focuses on the true causes, not just the symptoms, of sour relationships.
Christians in a corrupt world are surrounded by all manner of ugliness, bitterness, frustration, distrust and trouble. Sadly, these things characterize many Christian homes as well; but God meant for the Christian marriage to be a tranquil partnership, producing a true haven from the world's pressures.