In the Wrong Body? Transgender Issues from a Biblical Perspective addresses a wide spectrum of transgender issues, all from a biblical view. The number of those who are transitioning from male to female and from female to male is growing rapidly. This strange attempt at finding inner peace is embraced by the LGBTQ+ community and increasingly protected by laws across America, prompting Kent and Katie Philpott of Miller Avenue Baptist Church in Mill Valley, California, to author this book. Their hope is to better equip Christians to reach out to the victims of transgendering and their families rather than feeling pressured to embrace it.
Kent Philpott, author of The Third Sex? and The Gay Theology, written in the 1970s looks back on that period which spawned an outreach to gays and lesbians who desired, as followers of Jesus, to leave that lifestyle behind. That outreach, known as Love in Action, created a great deal of controversy, which continues to this day. This book updates those concerns and focuses new attention on transgender issues.
Kent Philpott, former charismatic/Pentecostal pastor, presents a compelling evaluation of the New Apostolic Reformation. Some prophets have announced a "Christian civil war" now being waged. Philpott warns about the dangers of methods for obtaining revelations, supposedly directly from God: the trance state, which is fraught with potential for demonic invasion.
Pastor Kent Philpott explored Santería and discovered that it had its roots in shamanism. And that contemporary neo-pagan religions like Wicca were intimately connected with both. Philpott details their the theology and practices and then regretfully demonstrates why the proponents of these religions appeal to a form of Christianity.
In Memoirs of a Jesus Freak, Kent Philpott tells of going to the hippies in the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco in early 1967 and the unusual outpouring of the Holy Spirit with signs and wonders that was the Jesus People Movement. Contents include 45 chapters, 36 biographies, and 66 photos - a primary source document for researchers on the Jesus People Movement, an American awakening from 1967 to 1972.
Islamic Studies prepares students in group, class settings, or privately to know all the essentials of Islam's theology, history, rituals, tendencies, and culture for adequate interaction with Muslims. With a 25-page glossary and annotated bibliography, research time will be sharply cut. This is what you need to know!
Philpott summarizes the main aspects of America's awakenings and notes both the good and the bad of each. Neither does he spare the Jesus Movement but looks at its dark sides, which he is certain continue to impact contemporary evangelical Christianity.
Kent Philpott was asked by Christian counselors to prepare a short and concise instruction manual on how the work of what many call deliverance may be approached today. He presents the biblical theology for the casting out of demons, lists ways in which people become demonized, and looks at objections and questions many have on the subject.
This "Little Book" is a call for Christians to engage in bold proclamation of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Its purpose is to show the biblical understanding of evangelical and describe true biblical, evangelical Christianity. The "Little Book" is conveniently pocket-sized and an easy read. It is the first of a four-part series.
From a human point of view, the deity of the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation, can only be described as preposterous, absurd, and unimaginable. Author Kent Philpott presents the many preposterous aspects of the Bible. The "Little Book" is conveniently pocket-sized and an easy read. It is the second of a four-part series.
Spiritual Health focuses on how the creator God made us and what happens when the spiritual side of us is out of balance with how we are made, which is in the image of God. Here Kent Philpott shows how to be healthy spiritually from a biblical point of view. The "Little Book" is conveniently pocket-sized and an easy read. It is the third of a four-part series.
What’s So Bad about Hell follows a new recruit into hell as he finds out that all of his ideas during his rebellious life were completely wrong. Follow our character as he is shown the truth by his “personal spirit guide” and especially by his “host.” The "Little Book" is conveniently pocket-sized and an easy read. It is the fourth of a four-part series.
Pastor Kent Philpott has been studying Islamic theology and practice for fifteen years, while maintaining his own deep Christian faith. This book is written for the Muslim reader to consider various aspects of his/her religion as found in the Qur'an and other traditional texts and cultural norms and compare them to what Jesus brings as found in the Bible and Christian history.
This book includes the Devil’s favorite subjects, sayings, and advice. It includes his Ten “Demonments! and his "Bebaditutes!"
Written for new believers and for those with a more mature biblical orientation, Christian Basics is structured around Lessons, Debates, and Conversations.
Kent Philpott writes about the difference between true and false conversion. He explains the marks of true conversion. Is it possible you were falsely converted?