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The Works of Dr. Robert A. Morey (33 vols.)

by Morey, Robert A.

Faith Defenders, Xulon Press 1980–2011

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The Works of Dr. Robert A. Morey (33 vols.)
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Overview

These 33 apologetic and theological titles by Dr. Morey provide much food for thought and will make a great addition to your library! As the Executive Director of Faith Defenders apologetics ministry and the author of more than 40 books on a wide range of topics, Dr. Morey is respected for his scholarship and careful research. As you will see by reading the descriptions below, many well-known figures have endorsed Dr. Morey's books, including John MacArthur, D. James Kennedy, John Ankerberg, Dr. Erwin Lutzer, and John W. Whitehead.

This collection contains more than 5,400 pages of material addressing a host of important apologetic topics such as open theism, core doctrines of the faith, radical Islam, cults, the afterlife, reincarnation, and the Trinity. The list price for all 33 titles in print is $458; from an online book discounter they would run about $343. We've priced the Logos Bible Software version at $299.95, a significant discount in recognition of the fact that not every title will appeal to a given individual, while there's something in this collection for everyone.

Some of the views expressed in these titles have stirred up controversy, and Dr. Morey has even received death threats because of his writings against radical Islam. Here at Logos we believe in publishing titles on every topic worthy of study. A well-rounded seminary library contains all the books necessary to develop your own views and to research views with which you disagree...it is in such a spirit of open inquiry that we offer this collection of books.

Key Features

  • Thirty-three apologetic and theological titles
  • A variety of important apologetic topics are discussed including open theism, cults, the afterlife, core doctrines of faith, and more

Individual Titles

Battle of the Gods: The Gathering Storm in Modern Evangelicalism

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 1989
  • Pages: 316

The most detailed defense of the historic Christian concept of God written in modern times. Dr. Morey refutes the Open View of God that is now being taught in evangelical circles. Topics include: a response to Process Theology; Religion, Reason and Revelation; the Attributes of God; and the Testimony of the Church Fathers.

Dr. Morey has written the definitive rebuttal to the 'god as finite' view.

—D. James Kennedy, Coral Ridge Ministries

The proper Biblical teachings are advanced with all the clarity and intensity of a Pastor-teacher. Passage after passage is examined in its proper contexts and then marshalled to build a comprehensive and unassailable statement of the changelessness, wisdom and sovereignty of God.

—John Ankerberg, The John Ankerburg Show

Death and the Afterlife: The Biblical doctrine of the immortality of the soul and eternal conscious punishment

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 315

This book is the most detailed work on the doctrine of the immortality of the soul and eternal conscious punishment. It also refutes the doctrines of soul sleep, conditionalism, occultism and universalism.

Dr. Morey presents a persuasive case with which anyone who seeks to malign or weaken the historical doctrine must reckon.

—Dr. Vernon Grounds, President Emeritus, Denver Seminary

most comprehensive biblical study of the subject in the last half century! ...The lucid style and careful organization make the work readily understandable for a lay audience as well as pastors and Bible scholars.

—Dr. Roger Nicole, Professor of Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary

The Encyclopedia of Practical Christianity

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 679

What does God want you to know, be, and do as an individual, family, church and nation? This question occupies the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. Indeed, you could divide all the verses in the Bible into these four groups.

Almost 700 pages in length, this encyclopedia represents forty years of clear, uncompromising allegiance to the fundamental truth that Scripture alone is the original of what we should believe and how we should live. You will find this work to be as practical as it is profound. May God expand your understanding of all He wants you to know, be, and do through this encyclopedia.

The material in this work can be adapted for sermons, Sunday School classes, and group Bible studies. Indeed, the manuscript was tested in Baptist, Presbyterian, and Pentecostal churches with great success. The pastors loved the fact that most of the material is in the form of sermon outlines and can be used for overheads or PowerPoint. Teachers found the materials that handle difficult issues such as head coverings very helpful. Laypeople will benefit from the point-by-point, biblically rooted teaching on more than 130 topics.

In the introduction to this massive book, the author writes, "The Encyclopedia of Practical Christianity is a chronicle of what was taught at New Life Bible Church for nearly twenty years and then at Faith Community Church. When New Life Bible Church was first established, it was decided that if we failed to plan what we were going to do as a church, we were actually planning to fail. Instead of aimlessly wandering around in our study of the Scriptures, we decided to develop a comprehensive plan that would give us the scope of biblical topics that we should cover. This volume of material represents our attempt to fulfill our original goal."

Dr. Morey's book is excellent, broad in its coverage, easy to use, easy to access. It is a very helpful tool. I'm going to find it helpful in my own study.

John MacArthur

Exploring the Attributes of God: An Apologetic for the Biblical Doctrines of God

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 142

A study guide on the attributes of God for Bible studies, Sunday school classes, college and career classes, and all those who want to know God better. Topics include: The danger of idolatry; the infinity of God; and the omni attributes of God.

Each of the 16 chapters introduces an attribute of God, sets forth the orthodox position and alternative viewpoints, proceeds to defend the orthodox position from Scripture, and ends with a conclusion and discussion questions.

Fearing God: The Key to the Treasure House of Heaven

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 2000
  • Pages: 319

Dr. Morey examines the missing element in the Church and in the world today: the fear of God. Dr. Morey explores the topic for about 100 pages, then includes a supplement with more than 200 pages of historical writings on the topic.

The supplement includes citations from a few early church fathers, the transcript of Spurgeon's sermon "A Fear to be Desired," and the complete text of John Bunyan's The Fear of God, John Gill's The Fear of God, and  Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God by Jonathan Edwards.

The back cover of the print edition states, "What Dr. Morey has to say in Fearing God needs to be said. In fact, it should have been said a long time ago. ...You won't "feel good" after you read Fearing God. You will either embrace Fearing God out of a sense of humility or you will throw it against the wall out of a burning sense of irritation."

Horoscopes and the Christian

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 1981
  • Pages: 64

Does astrology accurately predict the future? Is it comparable with Christianity?

Astrology is big business. There are over 175,000 part-time astrologers and 10,000 full-time astrologers in the U.S. Over 2,000 newspapers carry daily horoscopes! Estimates of American believers in astrology run from 32 million up to one half of the population.

What should our attitude be toward astrology? What should we say when someone asks for our astrological sign? Should we read the newspaper horoscopes in the assumption that it is simply innocent fun? Should we wear astrological jewelry? What is astrology all about? Is astrology true?

This book will answer the above questions in order that we can intelligently respond to the astrologers of the twentieth century.

Reincarnation and Christianity

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 1980
  • Pages: 60

Does the Christian Church have an answer to the theory of reincarnation, or should the Church lay aside its scriptural foundations and accept it? What about Edgar Cayce, Jeane Dixon, and all the other so-called "Christian" reincarnationists? Can the Church defend its beliefs? Why has biblical Christianity been opposed to the theory of reincarnation? How and why did Christianity triumph over the theory of reincarnation in the first years of its existence?

This study is dedicated to answering these questions in the hope that many will rediscover the superiority of "the faith which was once for all delivered to the saints" (Jude 3).

How the Old and New Testaments Relate to Each Other

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 153

Should we keep the food laws in the OT? Is the Sabbath for today? Is "covenant" the same as "testament?" The relationship of Gentile Christians to Old Testament law was the first controversy that threatened to split the infant Church.

After spending over twenty years researching and wrestling with these issues, Dr. Morey dissects Dispensationalism, Covenant Theology, and Dominion Theology.

How to Answer a Mormon

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 1983
  • Pages: 119

This book consists of "practical guidelines for what to expect and what to say when Mormons come to your door." Part One is a presentation of the witnessing method contained in this book and how to use the materials in the notebook. Part Two is a notebook containing several clear false prophecies of Joseph Smith (includes photo-reproductions of many original documents).

How to Answer a Jehovah's Witness

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 108

Addresses the topic of how to successfully take the initiative when Jehovah's Witnesses come to your door. This book consists of three parts: a manual on how to use these materials when witnessing to a Jehovah's Witness, a witnessing notebook which contains the proof that The Watchtower is a false prophet (includes photo-reproductions of many original Watchtower documents), and an inductive Bible study workbook on the deity of Christ.

The ultimate goals of this book are the conversion of Mormons and Jehovah's Witnesses and the preventative inoculation of Christians and non-Christians as to why they should not join these cults. The method presented in this book does not require a detailed knowledge of the history or doctrine taught by these churches. It does not require a knowledge of Greek or Hebrew. A layperson can easily retain and use the arguments contained within the book.

How to Keep Your Faith While in College

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 1989
  • Pages: 146

A solid survival manual for high school and college students. It provides the information you need to be faithful to the Lord while being challenged by atheists, skeptics, free-thinkers, and know-it-alls. Each chapter concludes with discussion questions—perfect for group study!

Also includes a topically-organized bibliography of books Christian students should read to prepare to defend their faith while at college.

How to Keep Your Kids Drug Free

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 1993
  • Pages: 109

The Bible doesn't talk about drug abuse...does it?

A must for parents, pastors, and teachers who want to go beyond the rhetoric of anti-drug programs. It shows what Scripture says about the effects of drugs and teaches you how to apply Scriptural solutions.

A brief but convincing argument from Scripture against the use of drugs. Also contains practical counsel advice for teachers, pastors, and parents of drug abusers.

Christianity Today

Introduction to Defending the Faith

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 1993
  • Pages: 53

What do you say when someone argues that God does not exist, or that science has disproved Jesus' resurrection, or that the Bible is filled with errors? How can the average Christian answer objections like these?

Noting that all Christians are called upon to defend the faith, Dr. Morey makes clear the principles and attitudes basic to that task as they are expressed in a biblical world-and-life view. Designed to cut to the heart of non-Christian thinking, this book includes a handy chart showing a Christian defense to many common intellectual challenges. It combines the views of evidentialism and presuppositionalism together into one system of apologetics. Topics include 'examining a religion', 'the Christian world and life view', and an appendix entitled 'how to discern presuppositions.'

The Islamic Invasion

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 221

Islam—once an obscure Middle Eastern religion—has rapidly grown into the second largest religion in the world. There are now more Muslims than Episcopalians in the United States! What attraction does Islam hold for its followers? What part does it play in shaping the outlook and attitudes of nearly one billion people?

Dr. Morey compares the Bible to the Qur'an, Jesus to Muhammad, and God to Allah. He explores the history and customs of Islam, as well as religious freedom and the role of women in Islam. Revised to include appendices on the Hadith and the pagan origins of Islam.

Here is a book that concisely tells what Islam is...and what it isn't! I found it absorbing, clear and very helpful.

—Dr. Erwin Lutzer, Moody Church

Morey is a careful scholar whose statements we have learned to trust. If you want a reliable, trustworthy study of Islam, this is the book for you. Morey consulted every book in the Library of Congress; he read widely and digested carefully. This volume is the fruit of his labors.

The Biblical Evangelist

Is The Sabbath for Today?

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Pages: 32

While the Christian and cultic forms of sabbatarianism disagree on which day the Sabbath should be observed, they use the exact same arguments to prove that we should keep a Sabbath. Thus it does not really matter if we are dealing with followers of the Puritans or the Adventists, they will both argue that the Sabbath is a creation ordinance, a moral law, etc. A refutation of the basic arguments which underlie all forms of sabbatarianism is the focus of this study.

The Nature and Extent of God's Knowledge

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 102

The nature and extent of God's knowledge is under attack today by Process Theologians, Open View of God proponents, and Molinists.

In a day of compromise and political correctness, Dr. Robert Morey is a breath of fresh air. He carefully constructs an airtight exegetical case for the biblical doctrine of God's omniscience and then sets forth a solid refutation of all those who deny it.

This controversy is not some "ivory tower" issue such as counting the number of angels that can dance on the top of a pin. The Christian's confidence in the future turning out as God promised is the basis of the inspiration of Scripture, the sufficiency of atonement and our hope of heaven.

The New Atheism & The Erosion of Freedom

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 1986
  • Pages: 176

Tired of being on the defensive about your faith? This book subjects secular humanism to a revealing critical analysis, exposing its atheistic roots and hidden agenda. Dr. Morey shows how to use atheistic logic to refute itself—and then supports it with Scripture.

Dr. Morey has written another blockbuster...a great book.

American Vision

I recommend it to all churches, seminaries, Bible colleges and missions.

The Gospel Witness

The Reformation View of Roman Catholicism

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Pages: 38

In the introduction to this work, Dr. Morey writes, "In an age of ecumenism in which there is the concerted effort to unite Protestants and Roman Catholics into one church with the Pope as the head of it, it has become common practice for ecumenical leaders to claim that the Protestant Reformers, the Puritans and the Pilgrim fathers were all ecumenical in their attitude toward the Pope and his church...We will present various passages from the writings and creeds of the Reformers and the Puritans so that the reader can make up his own mind as to what they taught concerning the Pope and his church."

Satan's Devices: Breaking Free from the Schemes of the Enemy

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Pages: 211

Learn what the Devil can and cannot do! The best explanation on how Satan tries to destroy the individual believer, the family, the church, and the nation.

Dr. Morey skillfully offers Biblical answers to the lies Satan is spreading. He clearly identifies Satan and determines through a close study of the Scriptures what he can and cannot do. And most important of all, Morey will equip you not only to recognize Satan's attacks, but to defend against them as well. Put on your armor!

Studies in The Atonement

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 297

Do you truly understand the finished work on Calvary's cross? Couldn't man be saved by other means? Dr. Morey answers all the common questions of Christ's death that made our debt to be paid in full.

This book is 'practical' in the best sense; not a mere simplification, but an attempt to communicate solid content; to warm the heart; and to move the will to obedience as well as to inform the mind. This is done quite skillfully without any reluctance to get into some depth.

—Dr. John Frame, former faculty, Westminster Theological Seminary

The Trinity: Evidence and Issues

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 1996
  • Pages: 587

This book is the most detailed exegetical work on the Trinity ever written by an evangelical scholar. It begins with a discussion on epistemology and hermeneutics and then proceeds to deal with all the Trinitarian passages found in the Old and New Testaments, the Intertestamental Jewish literature, and early Church writings. Includes refutations of anti-Trinitarian arguments.

Carefully documented scholarship combined with a straightforward and journalistic writing style make this a serious work that can and should be read by every thinking contemporary Christian.

It is simply the best book on the Trinity! Morey has done an outstanding job.

—Dr. Gleason Archer, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School

This book not only offers indisputable biblical proof of the historic Christian doctrine of the Trinity, carefully evaluating the Greek and Hebrew texts, it also evaluates a very large number of associated issues relating to historical theology, contemporary culture, denials of the Trinity and apologetics generally...If you purchase only one book on the Trinity, this must be the one.

—Dr. John Ankerberg and Dr. John Weldon

When is it Right to Fight?

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 143

Is it ever right to fight? Does the New Testament prohibit all forms of self-defense? What did Jesus mean by "turn the other cheek"?

Paul wrote to the Roman Christians, "If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone" (Rom. 12:18). But what if it is not possible? What if others will not live at peace with us? Does there come a time when force is necessary to resist evil? Is there such a thing as a "just war"? Can war be reconciled with the sacredness of human life? In this incisive critique of pacifism, Robert A. Morey answers such questions in the light of the Bible and church history.

Dr. Morey's book is one of the best books on the subject of a 'just war' that I have read.

—John W. Whitehead, The Rutherford Institute

Morey makes his point...stimulating, thought-provoking, and helpful.

Bibliotheca Sacra

Winning the War Against Radical Islam

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 221

In many ways, Winning the War Against Radical Islam is the perfect sequel to The Islamic Invasion, as it contains all new information. If we are to actually win this war, we must first understand the Muslim mindset on Jihad. The solution to the Muslim problem may surprise you. Many experts—including military and government officials in the U.S. and Israel—have read the book, and are now taking serious notice of Dr. Morey's suggestions.

Since September 11, 2001, Dr. Robert Morey has been in great demand as an internationally recognized scholar on Islam in general and Muslim terrorism in particular. He has a doctorate in Islamic Studies and has been debriefed by both the FBI and Naval Intelligence on the meaning of Jihad and his vast knowledge of terrorism in the United States. His counter-terrorism efforts have resulted in several attempts being made on his life. His national radio talk show, "Bob Morey Live!," has uncovered the presence of thousands of Muslims terrorists in our midst. For twenty years prior to 9/11, he warned America that radical Muslims were planning to launch a Jihad or Holy War on the West.

Worship: It's Not Just For Sunday Morning

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Publication Date: 2001
  • Pages: 113

An exposition of the basic principles of worship. This concise book communicates the principle that every aspect of life is worship, thereby giving beauty and significance to all, including the commonplace things in life.

Dr. Morey writes in the introduction, "[W]e need to develop a balanced approach to worship. We need an approach that is holistic, that is, it takes into account all the biblical data and applies it to all of life. To this end this study is set forth, not as an exhaustive exposition of all there is to know about worship, but as an exposition of the basic principles of biblical worship."

The Journal of Biblical Apologetics Volumes 1-9 (9 vols.)

  • Author: Robert A. Morey
  • Pages: 750

Articles from the journal, published between 2000 and 2003, covering a number of current topics including Islam and the "open view of God." Also includes book reviews. Contributors include Carl F. H. Henry, Dr. Robert A. Morey, Dr. Walter R. Martin, and Dr. R. K. McGregor Wright.

Titles include:

  • Volume 1, Number 1, Fall 2000 - Natural Theology
  • Volume 2, Number 1, Spring 2001 - Open View of God
  • Volume 3, Number 2, Summer 2001 - Part 1: Modern Roman Catholicism
  • Volume 4, Number 2, Winter 2001 - Part 2: Modern Roman Catholicism
  • Volume 5, Number 3, Spring 2002 - Islam, Part 1: Allah
  • Volume 6, Number 3, Summer 2002 - Islam, Part 2: Muhammad
  • Volume 7, Number 4, Winter 2003 - Islam, Part 3: The Qur'an
  • Volume 8, Number 5, Spring 2003 - Islam, Part 4: Miscellaneous Issues
  • Volume 9, Number 6, Winter 2003 - Part 1: Natural Theology: Its Origin, Nature and History

Product Details

  • Title: The Works of Dr. Robert A. Morey (33 vols.)
  • Publisher: Faith Defenders
  • Volumes: 33
  • Pages: 5,474

About Robert A. Morey

Dr. Robert A. Morey is an internationally recognized scholar in the fields of comparative religions, the cults, and the occult as well as on Islam. He is the author of over forty books, some of which have been translated into Spanish, Swedish, Hungarian, Norwegian, Dutch, German, French, Italian, Chinese, Turkish and Farsi. He is scholar in residence with the Research and Education Foundation and the Executive Director of Faith Defenders.