No. 3  /  October 2019

Meet Me

Hi there, I have just recently worked on the details to apply for a library membership. Now, you can join FES Library community by signing up using this QR code. I am also asking my brothers and sisters to make the library books available in a few campus meetings. I hope this can help you gain easier access to great resources that I have in my home. However, I think it would be much better if you drop by to browse all the books that I have. I am sure that they will benefit your spiritual growth. Just pick a book and read.

By the way, my email has also changed. Please write to library@fellowship.sg for anything that you want to ask about the library. Maybe you can try it out by sending me an email to give me feedback about this newsletter. I have been wondering how this newsletter benefits you. Looking forward to hearing from you!!

FRESH ON OUR BOOKSHELVES

FLINT’s PICK

Re-Evaluating Historicity

Do Historical Matters Matter to Faith?
by James K. Hoffmeier and Dennis R. Magary (Eds.)
Crossway Press (2012), 542 pages
FES Library book call number: 220.13 HOF

 

The age of Enlightenment has been an impetus for the rise of critical bible scholarship. Christians give varied responses to this academic enterprise…

Living Gently

Living Gently in a Violent World
Stanley Hauerwas and Jean Vanier
IVP books (2018), 128 pages
FES Library book call number: 261.7 HAU

 

L’Arche, which translates to “the Ark” in English, is an international organization that has communities that work with people who have intellectual disabilities…

Education that is Christian

Wisdom and Eloquence: A Christian Paradigm for Classical Learning
Robert Littlejohn and Charles T. Evans
Crossway Press (2006), 224 pages
FES Library book call number: 261.502 LIT

 

The progress of time brings many changes to every aspect of life. Unlike the demand for skilful workers of a particular trade or in the industrial age, there is a great need for men and women who are intelligent and able to adapt well to the rapid changes in the global and tech-savvy economy of the information age today…

Browse these titles, and more, in the FES Library located in the FES office. 

 
For more information on the new titles,
go to: 
http://www.librarything.com/catalog/FESLibrary 
and click on New in the Library (English)
 
Membership to the FES Library is free for students of all FES-affiliated Christian Fellowships.
For graduates, a $15 membership fee per annum applies.
Find out more about our library at 
https://fessingapore.org/resources/library/

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