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Eastern Europe needs a Foundation of Knowledge for building a Christian civilization

This is the vision of Bulgarian Reformation Ministries. We want to create that Christian Foundation of Knowledge.

We want to make available to Eastern Europe books that teach the application of the Word of God to every area of man’s life and society. Starting from the Reformation, all the way to our days, authors have worked on how a Christian is supposed to live, both individually and collectively, in obedience to his Lord and Savior. We want to provide these books to Bulgarians.

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Books translated


Featured Essay

“And In One Holy Local Church”: The Ghettoization of Protestantism (3)

Published on January 24, 2017

Part 2 of the article. The Nature and Structure of the New Testament Church By now, we have shown the nakedness of a number of mythologies so dear to modern churchmen. Mandatory “local church membership” and the related to it “vows” and “covenants” are a novelty, it came from the cults and from political pressure […]

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The Greatness of the Great Commission

Featured Work

The Greatness of the Great Commission, by Kenneth L. Gentry

This book carefully studies Jesus’ Great Commission (Matt. 28:18-20). It shows that the Christian enterprise in a fallen world is to win men and nations, individuals and whole cultures to the Christian faith. It shows the optimism for success inherent in Jesus’ commission, as well as demonstrating the universal applicability of the Christian worldview.



Translated Works

Translated Works

On Paper

Categories:

Reformation, Economics, Theology, Creation vs. Evolution, Apologetics, Family

Online

Categories:

Reformation, Economics, Theology, Creation vs. Evolution, Apologetics, Family & Education, Philosophy

A civilization is built on the books it reads

And if you want to build a new civilization, write the books for it.




The books helped me develop a Christian worldview, something not heard of here in Bulgaria, but people need it so much. We Bulgarians don’t even know there is such a thing as worldview that everyone has, dictating our way of living. We’ve been educated in subjects, never learning they have a relationship to each other. But in the real world, in God’s reality, everything is connected, and everything has its consequences. People need to learn not only that but also that everything is under Christ’s Lordship. There are no other books in Bulgaria that teach this.

Phillip Papratilov