Welcome to Eleutheros Books
We are a Christian book website dedicated to two great causes:
- A revival of evangelism
- A revival of Biblical thinking among God’s people
The term “Eleutheros” comes from a Greek adjective which means “free.”
True freedom is found in Jesus Christ. It is indeed He Who died on the cross for our sins, rose from the grave to make the offer of eternal life legitimate, and is coming back to take His own to be with Him forever!
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“The Ramifications of Our Salvation” includes examples from Church History, occasional Greek and Hebrew word studies, practical
illustrations, helpful outlines, frequent Biblical quotes, and excerpts from many of the great hymns of the faith.
Four quizzes, a final exam, and an answer key make this book usable as a teaching aid in many different ways.
This practical, readable book is available in paperback or e-book.
Defending the Bible’s inspiration, describing the Bible’s translation, and promoting the Bible’s study: an overview of “Bible Translations: A Closer Look.”
Christianity has faced three major theological issues since its inception.
During the first few centuries the question was this: what think ye regarding Christ? Is He the Son of God and genuine deity, or is He something less?
Dr. Panosian went on to explain what he meant by that statement. It is apparent that many people in the past 60 years or so are finding things which become very powerful influences in their thinking and practical living.
These “things” may include political positions, theological perspectives, or philosophical systems, to name a few areas of their influence. A partial list will illustrate how influential “ismatic” thinking is
In all of recorded history there has never been anyone who has had nearly as much impact as Jesus. Consider the significance of religious, political, and military leaders of past generations. Can anyone say about them that they are still held in high esteem thousands of years later. Great generals win battles for a country or a kingdom, but those countries and kingdoms are later replaced by something else. The same can be said for the impact of inventors, medical researchers, explorers, philanthropists, and political figures.