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Sikhs  by Saanika Patnaik


Saanika Patnaik

"Dive into the history, the philosophy, the essence of the Sikh faith, and trace its evolution. The book explores the gurus, the scriptures, the philosophy, and stories and legends. It explains how a faith led to the birth of a historic empire of immense...

The Tibetan book of the dead for beginners  by Rinpoche Lama Lhanang

The Tibetan book of the dead for beginners

Rinpoche Lama Lhanang

"Through countless editions and across centuries, the Tibetan Book of the Dead has drawn readers intrigued by the Tibetan Buddhist view of the end of life. In a world that often ignores death or hides it from view, Tibetan Buddhists acknowledge it as the last...

Rethinking life  by Shane Claiborne

Rethinking life

Shane Claiborne

"Drawing on Scripture, church history, and his own story, Shane Claiborne explores how a passion for social justice issues surrounding life and death--such as war, gun ownership, the death penalty, racial injustice, abortion, poverty, and the...

The Toltec way  by Susan Gregg

The Toltec way

Susan Gregg

"Achieve personal freedom using Toltec wisdom The gift of the Toltec is the ability to transcend ordinary human awareness and achieve personal freedom-the ability to choose how to act rather than react to the events in your life. The three Toltec Masteries of...

Celtic goddesses and their spells  by Gillian Kemp

Celtic goddesses and their spells

Gillian Kemp

"Channel the power and use the magic of more than 50 Celtic goddesses. The Celtic goddesses and druids were legendary beings. Now these heavenly spirits have personal relationships with us in everything we do. All females are divinely attuned to goddesses from...

Throw yourself into the House of Buddha  by Tangen Harada Roshi

Throw yourself into the House of Buddha

Tangen Harada Roshi

"Tangen Roshi saw a Buddha in everyone and everything. He treated those he encountered in this way without differentiating between big and small, important and not important, enlightened and deluded. Yet at the same time, Tangen Roshi would tirelessly guide...

I'm ascending, now what?  by Sydney Campos

I'm ascending, now what?

Sydney Campos

"Do you ever feel overwhelmed by all of life's demands and find yourself wishing that peace, calm, and clarity could be your natural state? Welcome to Ascension. It's time to see what you're really made of and experience the infinite possibilities that await...

Orthodoxy  by G. K. (Gilbert Keith) Chesterton


G. K. (Gilbert Keith) Chesterton

"A classic of Christian apologetics Part spiritual autobiography, part apologetics, Orthodoxy is G.K. Chesterton's account of his own journey to faith. Chesterton didn't set out to write a defense of Christian thought, instead he hoped to recount how he...

A year with Timothy Keller  by Timothy Keller

A year with Timothy Keller

Timothy Keller

"'The gospel is we are more sinful and flawed in ourselves than we ever dared believe, yet at the very same time we are more loved and accepted in Jesus Christ than we ever dared hope.' Timothy Keller, 1950-2023. Through selected extracts from Tim's most...

Don't look back  by Christine Caine

Don't look back

Christine Caine

"There are times in life when we look back and feel desperate to make time stand still, particularly when we get blindsided by unexpected changes. But we can't stop the flow of life, and we can't stop time. What's more, looking back doesn't enable us to go...

The Druid path  by John Michael Greer

The Druid path

John Michael Greer

"An acclaimed author and archdruid explores the history and basics of Druidry--a modern tradition of nature spirituality with ancient roots in Celtic traditions, revealing how to perform Druidic rituals, meditation, and divination; elements of the lifestyle;...

Demons  by Michael S. Heiser


Michael S. Heiser

"Are demons real? Are they red creatures with goatees holding pitchforks and sitting on people's shoulders while whispering bad things? Did a third of the angels really rebel with Satan? Are demons and "principalities and powers" just terms for the same...

A time for grace  by Caroline Myss

A time for grace

Caroline Myss

"Inspired by ordinary people who overcame a wide range of illnesses, and studying faiths and healing traditions of cultures worldwide, Caroline Myss explains the seven graces and mystical laws that build the spiritual strength needed to heal"--Publisher's...

The love everybody wants  by Madison Prewett Troutt

The love everybody wants

Madison Prewett Troutt

"Is there something wrong with me? How many more wrong ones until the right one? Am I hard to love? Madison Prewett Troutt knows what it's like to ask these questions in the middle of the night—to doubt and worry about never finding the love so desperately...

Spirit wheel  by Steven Charleston

Spirit wheel

Steven Charleston

"From Choctaw elder Steven Charleston, author of the beloved Ladder to the Light, comes this stunning collection of short meditations on the four directions. Charleston's reflections on the four hallmarks of Native spirituality--tradition, kinship, vision, and...

Beatrice's last smile  by Mark Gregory Pegg

Beatrice's last smile

Mark Gregory Pegg

"In early March 203, Vibia Perpetua, a twenty-two-year-old noble Roman mother, was arrested in Thuburbo Minus--a small town on the North African coast--for being Christian, along with three men and a pregnant slave girl named Felicity. She and the other...

The power to change  by Craig Groeschel

The power to change

Craig Groeschel

"Feeling stuck no matter how hard you try to make positive changes in your life? You can start living the life you want through the practical, biblical, and highly doable strategies in The Power to Change. Few things in life are more frustrating than knowing...

Handbook for hard times  by Gelong Thubten

Handbook for hard times

Gelong Thubten

"We all go through hard times. We can experience moments when life feels like an uphill struggle, leading to unhappiness and stress. Perhaps we are feeling sad, anxious, or are challenged to deal with something bigger, such as a bereavement, a loss, a painful...

Does the Bible support same-sex marriage?  by Preston M. Sprinkle

Does the Bible support same-sex marriage?

Preston M. Sprinkle

"This highly relevant exploration of the top 21 arguments in favor of same-sex marriage equips us with biblical guidance, historical background, and an effective posture for having meaningful conversations about contentious issues. Biblical scholar Preston...

The greatest philosopher who ever lived  by Peter Kreeft

The greatest philosopher who ever lived

Peter Kreeft

"In 2019, Peter Kreeft published Socrates'' Children, a four-volume series on the hundred greatest philosophers of all time, spanning from ancient Greece to contemporary Germany. But he made a terrible mistake: he somehow left out women, and with this, he...

Seven games of life and how to play  by Richard Smoley

Seven games of life and how to play

Richard Smoley

"Life can seem to be a serious business. We could also look at it as a game--or a series of games. They include survival, love, power, pleasure, courage, creativity, and the Master Game! In this insightful book, Richard Smoley gives a lively but pro­found...

Mythos  by Stephen Fry


Stephen Fry

"In Stephen Fry's vivid retelling, we gaze in wonder as wise Athena is born from the cracking open of the great head of Zeus and follow doomed Persephone into the dark and lonely realm of the Underworld. We shiver in fear when Pandora opens her jar of evil...

The great disappearance  by David Jeremiah

The great disappearance

David Jeremiah

"The rapture is the central event in biblical prophecy. But what does it mean for us today? How can this crucial end times event draw us nearer to God in a world that is seemingly on the brink of chaos? Political turmoil, economic uncertainty, an ideological...

Plants of the Qur'an  by Shahina A. Ghazanfar

Plants of the Qur'an

Shahina A. Ghazanfar

"Plants of the Qur'ān is the first book that investigates the etymology and history of the plants mentioned in the Qur'ān. It illustrates the historical and present cultural significance and uses of the plants, and explores the context in which they are...

When your way isn't working  by Kyle Idleman

When your way isn't working

Kyle Idleman

"When you are worn-out, when you feel discouraged, when you think you don't have what it takes, what is the one thing that Jesus wants you to never forget? When Your Way Isn't Working equips you to discover authentic connection to God and others so you are...

Foundational falsehoods of creationism  by Aron Ra

Foundational falsehoods of creationism

Aron Ra

"Religious fundamentalists and biblical literalists present any number of arguments that attempt to disprove evolution. Those with a sympathetic ear often fail to critically examine these creationist claims, leading to an ill-informed public and, perhaps more...

Beyond fear  by Mary Carroll Nelson

Beyond fear

Mary Carroll Nelson

"Fear is the source of all of the negative agreements we've made with life. It can alienate us from the joy that is our birthright. When we are able to look at our lives without fear or judgments, we realize that reality can be whatever we want it to be....

God, sex, and your marriage  by Julianna Slattery

God, sex, and your marriage

Julianna Slattery

"Many Christian books talk about sexual issues within broader works on marriage, but few resources comprehensively and biblically guide couples specifically on sexual intimacy. God, Sex, and Your Marriage challenges the common assumptions couples have about...

Cold-case Christianity  by J. Warner Wallace

Cold-case Christianity

J. Warner Wallace

"One of the most respected apologetic books of our time, Cold-Case Christianity draws on the author's decades of experience as a homicide detective and the step-by-step, evidence-based investigative process that led him from atheism to Christianity. The 10th...

The half known life  by Pico Iyer

The half known life

Pico Iyer

"Paradise: that elusive place where the anxieties, struggles, and burdens of life fall away. Most of us dream of it, but each of us has very different ideas about where it is to be found. For some it can be enjoyed only after death; for others, it's in our...

The Josiah manifesto  by Jonathan Cahn

The Josiah manifesto

Jonathan Cahn

"The Josiah Manifesto opens up the stunning mysteries that lie behind the dramatic events of recent times that have changed our world - and the message hidden within them with regard to what lies ahead. Could a three-thousand-year-old calendar of appointed...

Faithfully different  by Natasha Crain

Faithfully different

Natasha Crain

"In an increasingly secular society, your biblical worldview places you in a shrinking minority at odds with the dominant culture. Faithfully Different will give you the wisdom and encouragement you need to believe, think, and live biblically in the face of...

Turning words  by Hozan Alan Senauke

Turning words

Hozan Alan Senauke

"A poignant portrait of spiritual relationship in the diverse worlds of American and global Buddhism. Across more than thirty-five years of Zen practice, teaching, and socially engaged Buddhism, Zen teacher Alan Senauke has had a range of remarkable encounters...

The genesis of gender  by Abigail Favale

The genesis of gender

Abigail Favale

"The question of gender--who we are as men and women--has never been more pressing, or more misunderstood. Weaving personal experience with expert knowledge, Dr. Abigail Favale provides an in-depth yet accessible account of the gender paradigm: a framework for...

The darkening age  by Catherine Nixey

The darkening age

Catherine Nixey

"Today, we refer to Christianity's conquest of the West as a triumph. Nixey offers a history of the rise of Christianity in the classical world that focuses on its terrible cost, in terms of violence and dogmatic intolerance, that helped bring upon the dark...

Elysium  by Ed (Writer) Simon


Ed (Writer) Simon

"A gloriously illustrated overview of angels across art, religion, and literature. Ineffable, invisible, inscrutable - angels are enduring creatures across Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, and human experiences of the divine as mediated by spiritual...

Power from within  by Juliet Batten

Power from within

Juliet Batten

An easy to use guide on the basics of creating rituals. Drawing on her own extensive experience both teaching and ritual-making, Juliet Batten takes the reader through seven basic steps. The book is lavishly illustrated with drawings and photos as well as...

Biblical critical theory  by Christopher Watkin

Biblical critical theory

Christopher Watkin

"In Biblical Critical Theory, Christopher Watkin draws a winsome vision for biblical cultural engagement in which faithfulness to Scripture and sensitivity to culture walk hand in hand. If Christians want to speak with a fresh, engaging and constructive voice...

Wahhābism  by Cole M. Bunzel


Cole M. Bunzel

"An essential history of Wahhābism from its founding to the Islamic State. In the mid-eighteenth century, a controversial Islamic movement arose in the central Arabian region of Najd that forever changed the political landscape of the Arabian Peninsula and the...

The essential path  by Neale Donald Walsch

The essential path

Neale Donald Walsch

"Offers a radical solution to the growing problem of humanity's alienation. He invites us to question our basic assumptions about ourselves, about each other, about life and how it works, and about God, and to rethink the very definition of humanity. The...

The apocryphal gospels

The apocryphal gospels

"A new translation of the oldest non-canonical Christian gospels, including the Gospel of Thomas, the Gospel of Mary and the Gospel of Judas. In the early years of Christianity, several groups produced 'hidden' or 'apocryphal' gospels, alternative versions of...

The unidentified  by Colin Dickey

The unidentified

Colin Dickey

"In a world where rational, scientific explanations are more available than ever, belief in the unprovable and irrational--in fringe--is on the rise: from Atlantis to aliens, from Flat Earth to the Loch Ness monster, the list goes on. It seems the more our...

The Bhagavad Gita

The Bhagavad Gita

"'I have heard the supreme mystery, yoga, from Krishna, from the lord of yoga himself.' Thus ends the Bhagavad Gita, the most famous episode from the great Sanskrit epic, the Mahabharata. In its eighteen short chapters Krishna's teaching leads the warrior...

Blessed in the mess  by Joyce Meyer

Blessed in the mess

Joyce Meyer

"Life is often messy. We hear people say, "My life is a mess," or "This situation is a mess." What they mean is that life has become difficult, painful or confusing. But God never promised us a trouble-free life. In fact, His Word tells us to expect the...

Religion for atheists  by Alain De Botton

Religion for atheists

Alain De Botton

"All of us, whether religious, agnostic or atheist, are searching for meaning. And in this wise and life-affirming book, non-believer Alain de Botton suggests that religions, far from being nonsensical as atheists maintain, are instead full of good ideas on...

Made for people  by Justin Whitmel Earley

Made for people

Justin Whitmel Earley

"Loneliness is the most dangerous and least talked-about epidemic but Made for People offers a cure. Busyness, fear of vulnerability, and past pain often keep us from the deeper friendships we long for. Discover life-changing habits for friendship that will...

Goddess stories  by Alison Davies

Goddess stories

Alison Davies

"Learn the powerful stories behind 45 key goddesses from around the world, and discover how you can embody their power to improve your wellbeing, and live your best life. From ancient myth to modern day icons, there's a goddess to help you with every...

The essential Catholic survival guide

The essential Catholic survival guide

"Being Catholic isn't easy. In fact, it's just gotten harder. With the recent election of our current Pope, a new wave of attacks is under way by the enemies of the Catholic Church. From this point forward, every Catholic will come face-to-face with the...

A future we can love  by Susan Bauer-Wu

A future we can love

Susan Bauer-Wu

"When the Dalai Lama and Greta Thunberg spoke for the first time in January 2021, millions of people around the world took notice. "It is encouraging to see how you have opened the eyes of the world to the urgency to protect our planet, our only home," the...

Templars  by Steven Tibble


Steven Tibble

"The Templars, famous for their battles on Christendom's eastern front, were in fact dedicated peace-mongers at home. They influenced royal strategy and policy, created financial structures, and brokered international peace treaties--primarily to ensure that...

The cat who taught zen  by James Norbury

The cat who taught zen

James Norbury

"This is the tale of a cat who longed for peace, acceptance, and a way to make sense of the world. One day he hears of a solitary ancient pine, deep in the maple forests that shroud the valley, under the boughs of which infinite wisdom can be found. So begins...

Fear and trembling  by Søren Kierkegaard

Fear and trembling

Søren Kierkegaard

"This newly translated Fear and Trembling, a foundational document of modern philosophy and existentialism, could not be more apt for our perilous times"--Publisher's description.

Sacred strides  by Justin McRoberts

Sacred strides

Justin McRoberts

"In his two decades working as a full-time artist and spiritual guide, Justin McRoberts has experienced first-hand the tension between "The Hustle" and "Self Care." In recent years, that conversation has turned to argument as people have suggested that one is...

Foster the family  by Jamie C. Finn

Foster the family

Jamie C. Finn

"There are great rewards that come along with being a foster parent, yet there are also great challenges that can leave you feeling depleted, alone, and discouraged. The many burdens of a foster parent's day--struggling children, difficult biological parents,...

Tongues of fire  by Jennifer (Jennifer L.) LeClaire

Tongues of fire

Jennifer (Jennifer L.) LeClaire

"What is really happening in the unseen realm when we pray in tongues? In Tongues of Fire, seasoned prophetic teacher and prayer leader, Jennifer LeClaire offers fresh biblical insight into what goes on when we activate our heavenly prayer language. Using...

The prose Edda  by 1179?-1241 Snorri Sturluson

The prose Edda

1179?-1241 Snorri Sturluson

"The Prose Edda is the most renowned of all works of Scandinavian literature and our most extensive source for Norse mythology. Written in Iceland a century after the close of the Viking Age, it tells ancient stories of the Norse creation epic and recounts the...

Divine might  by Natalie Haynes

Divine might

Natalie Haynes

"Here we meet Athene, who sprang fully formed from her father's brow (giving Zeus a killer headache in the process), goddess of war, guardian of the city named for her and sacred to her, and provider of wise counsel. Here, too, is Aphrodite, born of the foam...

A little bit of zen  by Pat Enkyo O'Hara

A little bit of zen

Pat Enkyo O'Hara

"This entry in the popular Little Bit of series introduces the ancient practice of Zen Buddhism. What is Zen? It's an ancient spiritual system rooted in Buddhism that began in China and spread throughout Asia, finally reaching the West. It encompasses...

The parables of the Qur'an  by Yasir Qadhi

The parables of the Qur'an

Yasir Qadhi

"The Qur'an is the world of Allah, it is the most eloquent and best of all speech. The Qur'an uses different rhetorical devices and parables to convey its message. Allah conveys to us facts, stories and examples as well as guidance and warnings throughout His...

A book of life  by Peter Kingsley

A book of life

Peter Kingsley

"Peter Kingsley's Book of Life is the culmination and completion of an extraordinary body of work. As a historian he has revolutionized our understanding of ancient philosophy and religion; as a mystic, he introduced us to what philosophy and religion are...

The God desire  by David Baddiel

The God desire

David Baddiel

"David Baddiel would love there to be a God. He has spent a lot of time fantasising about how much better life would be if there actually was such a thing as a Superhero Dad who chased off Death. Unfortunately for him, there isn’t. Or at least, that is...

Faith still moves mountains  by Harris Faulkner

Faith still moves mountains

Harris Faulkner

"From FOX News anchor and author Harris Faulkner comes a collection of powerful, true-life stories of resilience, healing, rescue, and protection. From the aftermath of the devastating earthquake in Haiti to the theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado, believers...

God never gives up on you  by Max Lucado

God never gives up on you

Max Lucado

"Ever wonder if you've had one too many stumbles for God to use someone like you? If you could benefit from a tale of God's unending, unbending, unswerving love and devotion, let bestselling author and pastor Max Lucado show you how God's grace will transform...

The Bible and poetry  by Michael Edwards

The Bible and poetry

Michael Edwards

"The Bible is full of poems. It includes the Psalms and the Song of Songs of course, but poetry plays an immense part in the prophets and shows up in the historical books of the Old Testament. The New Testament, for its part, reverberates with allusions to the...

Love and other blessings  by Glynn Cardy

Love and other blessings

Glynn Cardy

"A blessing is a way of finding and being found by grace. Glynn Cardy’s new volume of prayer poems reflects his own journey in ministry and spirituality. He acknowledges that prayer and blessing is integral to the Judeo-Christian tradition that formed him but...

Tao te ching (Daodejing)  by author Laozi

Tao te ching (Daodejing)

author Laozi

"The most translated book in the world after the Bible, the Tao Te Ching, or "Book of the Tao," is a guide to cultivating a life of peace, serenity, and compassion. Through aphorisms and parable, it leads readers toward the Tao, or the "Way" harmony with the...

God  by Dan Barker


Dan Barker

"What words come to mind when we think of God? Merciful? Just? Compassionate? In fact, the Bible lays out God's primary qualities clearly: jealous, petty, unforgiving, bloodthirsty, vindictive-and worse! Originally conceived as a joint presentation between...

The way of the rose  by Clark Strand

The way of the rose

Clark Strand

"Before a vision of a mysterious "Lady" invited Clark Strand and Perdita Finn to pray the rosary, they were not only uninterested in becoming Catholic but finished with institutional religion altogether. Their main spiritual concerns were the fate of the...

Disruptive thinking  by T. D. Jakes

Disruptive thinking

T. D. Jakes

""For most of our lives, we are encouraged to trudge along the well-worn paths of those who have come before us. We learn the rules-- in our families, in our schools, in our workplaces, in our churches-- and most of the messages we receive tell us that...

A book of blessings  by Glynn Cardy

A book of blessings

Glynn Cardy

"In the Jewish and Christian traditions, blessings are generally looked for in extraordinary people and situations. And in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke, the declarations of blessedness reflect Jesus' approach of turning expectations upside down so that it...

Depth  by Jodi Rosser


Jodi Rosser

"What if your greatest heartbreak catapults you to your greatest growth? Jodi Rosser is no stranger to grief. She loses her best friend to pancreatic cancer, suffers a miscarriage, and endures a heartbreaking divorce. None of her stories get tied up with a red...

Hope for this present crisis  by Michael Youssef

Hope for this present crisis

Michael Youssef

"Is it possible our world has gone mad? We are under siege and the war is not from without; it is from within. The collapse of the Roman Empire occurred in a single generation and was not so much the result of invasions by their enemies but the result of...

100 places to see after you die  by Ken Jennings

100 places to see after you die

Ken Jennings

"100 Places to See After You Die is written in the style of iconic bestselling travel guides. But instead of recommending must-see destinations in Mexico, Thailand, or Rome, this book outlines journeys through the afterlife, as dreamed up over the past 5,000...

The planet's most spiritual places  by Malcolm Croft

The planet's most spiritual places

Malcolm Croft

"This majestically illustrated and deeply insightful guide explores 100 of the most spiritually significant places throughout the world, seeking to understand what it is that defines these sites. Spirituality has a multitude of meanings for the many who seek...

A faith that will not fail  by Michele Cushatt

A faith that will not fail

Michele Cushatt

"Beloved author and Bible teacher Michele Cushatt offers ten practices to strengthen your confidence in God's daily presence and power and build a faith strong enough to endure even the toughest seasons.Life can be hard. Although there are moments of beauty...

You are the one  by Kute Blackson

You are the one

Kute Blackson

"A charismatic visionary and transformational teacher offers a bold new look at spiritual awareness providing the tools needed to live a life truly inspired by love for a whole new generation. Kute Blackson comes from a long line of spiritual leaders and...

In the hands of a fiercely tender God  by Colleen Elisabeth Chao

In the hands of a fiercely tender God

Colleen Elisabeth Chao

"Is it possible to face the darkest days of life with hope and joy and purpose? The life of Colleen Chao was bright and beautiful-it was brimming with hope and possibility. She was a talented, confident, and accomplished young woman. So, Colleen never imagined...

Don't miss out  by Jeannie Cunnion

Don't miss out

Jeannie Cunnion

"Though she had been following Jesus for more than thirty-five years as a pastor's kid, Jeannie Cunnion was surprised to realize that she was missing out on all of God. In this empowering invitation to discover the work of the Holy Spirit in you, she bids you...

Spirit talker  by Shawn Leonard

Spirit talker

Shawn Leonard

"In this teaching memoir, Shawn Leonard shares his personal story of developing his abilities as a spirit talker, revealing incredible stories from his childhood to the present. Along the way, he shares experiences he has had with elders from his aboriginal...

Redeeming vision  by Elissa Yukiko Weichbrodt

Redeeming vision

Elissa Yukiko Weichbrodt

"Premised on the belief that we are all morally formed by images whether we know it or not, this illustrated resource provides a practical guide for Christian viewing, offering tools for closely looking at and interrogating images we encounter in the media and...

Christ and the culture wars  by Ben Chang

Christ and the culture wars

Ben Chang

"In our modern world, the gospel of Jesus is seen by many as the bigoted edicts of a bygone era. Ben Chang traces the trajectories of four of the biggest social justice movements -- feminism, racial justice, gay pride and the trans rights movement -- before...

This too shall last  by K. J. Ramsey

This too shall last

K. J. Ramsey

"Our culture treats suffering like a problem to fix, a blight to hide, or the sad start of a transformation story. When your prayers for healing haven't been answered, the fog of depression isn't lifting, your marriage is ending in divorce, or grief won't go...

That was Zen this is Tao  by Chris Prentiss

That was Zen this is Tao

Chris Prentiss

"An invaluable new guide to the most important journey of your life-from the author of Zen and the Art of Happiness. The ancient sages spoke of "Tao" not only as the spiritual essence of All-That-Is but as the path of living in harmony with the universe-the...

Radical regeneration  by Andrew Harvey

Radical regeneration

Andrew Harvey

"An inspiring manual for navigating humanity's collective dark night and enacting personal and planetary transformation. Explores how Sacred Activism-specifically, creative, wise, sacredly inspired action-offers an antidote to the crises facing our world....

Counterpunch  by Floyd Brown


Floyd Brown

"Is it possible for renewal to come through peace rather than power? This book will illuminate how we can implement peaceful resistance against the immorality and policies of the Radical Left to bring a renewal of liberty, freedom, and biblically based...

The Zen way of recovery  by Laura Burges

The Zen way of recovery

Laura Burges

"An accessible, compassionate guide to Buddhist principles and practices that can help support recovery from addictions and addictive behaviors-written by an experienced Zen lay teacher with thirty-five years of sobriety. For anyone struggling with addiction,...

Koresh  by Stephan Talty


Stephan Talty

"In the Spring of 1993, federal agents raided the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas. A 51-day standoff ensued. Known as the Waco Siege, it has become a founding myth of the extreme wing of American conservatism, invoked by militiamen, gun rights...

Letter to the American Church  by Eric Metaxas

Letter to the American Church

Eric Metaxas

"In an earnest and searing wake-up call, the author of the bestseller Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy warns of the haunting similarities between today's American church and the German church of the 1930s. Echoing Bonhoeffer's prophetic call, Eric...

The little book of Buddhism  by Georgina-Kate Adams

The little book of Buddhism

Georgina-Kate Adams

""Discover the history, teachings and practices of one of the world's oldest religions with this pocket-sized introduction to Buddhism. Who was the Buddha? What's the difference between enlightenment and awakening? Do Buddhists believe in God? Discover all...

Soul boom  by Rainn Wilson

Soul boom

Rainn Wilson

"The trauma that our world experienced in recent years--as result of both the pandemic and societal tensions that threaten to overwhelm us--has been unprecedented and is not going away anytime soon. It is clear that existing political and economic systems are...

Crafting secular ritual  by Jeltje Gordon-Lennox

Crafting secular ritual

Jeltje Gordon-Lennox

"By examining and explaining the history, function and place of emerging rituals in different cultures, practical guidance is provided forcreating your own rituals. This guide includes examples, risk factors and checklists for the stages of planning new...

Winning the war in your mind for teens  by Craig Groeschel

Winning the war in your mind for teens

Craig Groeschel

"Do your thoughts and your life feel out of your control? Have you found yourself in a spiral of unhealthy thinking? Let God's truth become your battle plan to win the war in your mind!As teens, it can feel difficult to find a way out of our bad habits and...

The laws of the Sun  by Ryūhō Ōkawa

The laws of the Sun

Ryūhō Ōkawa

"Why and how did God create this world? What are the universal spiritual laws that shape this world and how can we learn to love in harmony with them? What is the nature of spirit and soul? For what purpose are we born, and now can we find true happiness...

A secular age  by Charles Taylor

A secular age

Charles Taylor

"What does it mean to say that we live in a secular age? Almost everyone would agree that we--in the West, at least--largely do. And clearly the place of religion in our societies has changed profoundly in the last few centuries. In what will be a defining...

God has a name  by John Mark Comer

God has a name

John Mark Comer

"Yes, this is a book about God - who he is, who he's not, and the staggering implications of who we are as a result. But no, this is not just "another" book about God. God Has a Name is shaped around one incredibly important paragraph in Exodus. In the...

Women who risk  by Tom Doyle

Women who risk

Tom Doyle

"For the first time ever Tom Doyle, popular author and pastor to the unreached, is joined by his wife and ministry partner, JoAnn, to explore the incredible work of God in the hearts and lives of women in the Muslim world. Despite enormous risks to themselves...

The oldest book in the world  by Bill Manley

The oldest book in the world

Bill Manley

"The Teaching of Ptahhatp', composed two millennia before the birth of Plato, is the oldest surviving statement of philosophy in the ancient world and the earliest witness to the power of the written word. It ought to begin the list of the world's philosophy...

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