2008 Bound Volumes are Ready
We are happy to offer to our readers the completed 2008 bound volumes of our two monthly magazines. These bound volumes enable the articles contained therein to remain relevant far beyond the time period during which they were authored. The bound volume of Reason & Revelation for 2008 contains articles on such topics as: Evolution, Environmentalism, & the Deification of Nature; Designed to Fly; Physical Evidence for the Coexistence of Dinosaurs and Humans; Jesus’ Claims to Deity; Alleged Discrepancies and the Flood; The Bitter Fruits of Atheism; Is America Doomed?: The State Constitutions are...Unconstitutional?; “Domestic Convulsion”; Natural Attenuation: Proof of Divine Design; and The Nature of Bible Inspiration. As always, this beautifully bound annual collation contains all twelve issues for the year, as well as an author/title index and a durable cover. The bound volume sells for $10. Previous volumes from 1998-2007 are still available at $5 each. See the advertisement in the Resources section of this issue for further details.
We also would like you to know that the 2008 bound volume of Discovery, our monthly magazine on Scripture and science for children, now is available for $12. During 2008, Discovery contained articles on such timely topics as: Space; Overcoming Laziness; Bees; Marsupials; Lessons Learned from the Early Church; Ocean Life; Mutations; Materialism; Dinosaurs; Music and the Media; Amazing Animals; Conversions in Acts; and many others. Kyle Butt and Eric Lyons serve as the editor and associate editor of Discovery, respectively, and do a marvelous job in ensuring that the content throughout the year is varied so that children receive well-rounded instruction. We also have in stock bound volumes for 1998-2007. Please be aware that for both Discovery and Reason & Revelation, whenever the bound volumes go out of print, they are gone forever; we do not reprint them. So be sure to order your copies soon.
Bound volumes of Reason & Revelation and Discovery make extremely useful additions to personal, church, or school libraries. They also make valuable gifts for young people, homeschoolers, men who are attending a preaching school, or students in college (especially those majoring in either Bible- or science-related fields). Why not consider giving a single volume (or, better yet, an entire set) to someone for their future study and edification?