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Bible Answers 101: A User-Friendly Guide to Life's Biggest Questions by Bruce Bickel
Bible Prophecy 101: A Guide to the End Times in Plain Language by Bruce Bickel
Creation and Evolution 101: A Guide to Science and the Bible in Plain Language by Bruce Bickel
Evidence for Faith 101: Understanding Apologetics in Plain Language by Bruce Bickel
Growing as a Christian 101: A Guide to Stronger Faith in Plain Language by Bruce Bickel
Knowing God 101: A Guide to Theology in Plain Language by Bruce Bickel
Knowing the Bible 101: A Guide to God's Word in Plain Language by Bruce Bickel
Now that You're a Christian: A Guide to Your Faith in Plain Language by Bruce Bickel
World Religions and Cults 101: A Guide to Spiritual Beliefs by Bruce Bickel

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