The Nation of Islam: Understanding the “Black Muslims”
A sociological, historical, and theological treatment of the Louis Farrakhan's Nation of Islam.
“Will prove to be indispensable as we fulfill the Great Commission among our African-American brothers and sisters. . . . Whether you reside in the ‘hood or the ‘burbs, whether you are African American, white, Hispanic, or ‘other,’ whether God has called you to home missions or foreign missions, you cannot afford to let Steve Tsoukalas’ magnificent work sit on the shelf. . . . A must read.” – Carl F. Ellis Jr.
“Steven Tsoukalas has done an excellent job. . . . An invaluable tool for understanding a serious threat to the black community.” – Jerry L. Buckner
Christian Faith 101: The Basics and Beyond
"This user-friendly guide is written to help laypersons and new believers learn the basics of Christian theology, or why we believe what we believe. Steven Tsoukalas explains the basic theological doctrines of the Christian faith and explores their relevance in simple and plain language, thus making theology more accessible to young people, new Christians, and Sunday school and small-group study participants."
"One of the most user-friendly volumes on theology available. . . Tsoukalas' book practically communicates the Christian faith and is a great work in which to teach the new or unlearned Christian." -- M. Kurt Goedelman, The Quarterly Journal
Masonic Rites and Wrongs: An Examination of Freemasonry
Is Freemasonry compatible with Christianity?
"Tsoukalas' work here is superb. His arguments are sound and his documentation thorough. Masonic Rites and Wrongs is the most searching critique of Masonry known to this reviewer."--The Master's Seminary Journal, Fall 1996
"Without question the finest and most thorough Christian critique of Freemasonry ever published" -- Bob Allen, Producer, Truths that Transform, national radio outreach of Dr. D. James Kennedy and Coral Ridge Ministries
"The best case against Freemasonry I've seen in print.... What we have is a careful, scholarly critique of the Blue Lodge and Scottish Rite.... This is the finest work on the subject... This book receives my highest recommendation."--Critical Review, Dec. 1995
"It is the most thorough information and critique of freemasonry.... I highly recommend it."--The Messenger, Jan. 1996
Knowing Christ in the Challenge of Heresy:
Knowing Christ in the Challenge of Heresy systematically and thoroughly documents what many religious groups think of Christ, and offers a biblical, exegetical response. This book can be read in entirety, or serve as a handy reference source.
Jesus, the Son of Man and the Son of God, once asked, "Who do people say that the Son of Man is?" Today there are many answers to that question by scores of religious groups. Not all, however, are biblical. This work is a biblical, exegetical response to modern-day challenges to Christianity's understanding of the person and work of Jesus. It is a systematic and thoroughly documented study of what many cults believe about Jesus.
The title of this work leads to the question, "How can one know Christ in the challenge of heresy?" Its theme is patterned after the experience of the early Christian Church with heresy. In response to attacks and questions on the person of Christ, these early Christians were forced to the Bible for answers. Deep study and careful thought resulted in what the Church calls "creeds." The result was a deeper understanding of the person of Christ. Put in a modern setting Knowing Christ in the Challenge of Heresy is a study of what many cults think of Christ, their challenge to the Church, and a biblical response. In the end the result will be the same as that of early Christians--a deeper understanding of the Son of God.
This book is also a handy reference tool for what many religious organizations think of Christ, as well as for quick reference to biblical passages that evidence Jesus as fully God, fully man, and fully able to save all who call upon His name.