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Spirituality and religion new titles

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Why religion?  by Elaine H. Pagels

Why religion?

Elaine H. Pagels

Book

Dealing with unimaginable loss-- the death of her young son, followed a year later by the shocking loss of her husband-- Pages began to reflect on the persistence and nature of belief. Here she illuminates how, for better and worse, religious traditions...

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Sikh heritage  by Sondeep Shankar

Sikh heritage

Sondeep Shankar

Book

Sikh Heritage, with a foreword by Hardeep Sigh Puri, is a succinct and delightfully photographed glimpse into the community's religion, its ten gurus, its temples, traditional systems of governance, history, architecture, and the famous Golden Temple....

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In the closet of The Vatican  by Frédéric Martel

In the closet of The Vatican

Frédéric Martel

Book

A startling account of corruption and hypocrisy at the heart of the Vatican. In the Closet of the Vatican exposes the rot at the heart of the Vatican and the Roman Catholic Church today. This brilliant piece of investigative writing is based on four ...

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The lost art of scripture  by Karen Armstrong

The lost art of scripture

Karen Armstrong

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In this timely and important book, one of the world's leading commentators on religious affairs examines the lost art of Scripture as a medium to lift humanity and change our perception of reality while evading logical explanation. Today the Quran is...

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Pacific apostle  by David O. McKAY

Pacific apostle

David O. McKAY

Book

"In 1920, David O. McKay visited the Latter-day Saint missions, schools, and branches in the Pacific, solidifying the Church leadership's commitment to global outreach. The trip also later inspired McKay's initiatives when he was Church president. ...

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Practice of honor  by Danny Silk

Practice of honor

Danny Silk

Book

"Honour? In Today's World? A one-of-a-kind book in both subject and perspective! "The Practice of Honor" is about reformation of honour--it is intended to disrupt your current model of authority! Jesus put it like this, ""You know that the rulers of ...

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The next right thing  by Emily P. Freeman

The next right thing

Emily P. Freeman

Book

Nothing gets our attention like an unmade decision: Should I accept the new position? Which schooling choice is best for my kids? How can I support my aging parents? When we have a decision to make and the answer isn't clear, what we want more than anything...

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Your future self will thank you  by Drew Dyck

Your future self will thank you

Drew Dyck

Book

When we fail, its easy to make excuses or blame our circumstances. But let's face it: the biggest enemy is usually the one staring back at us from the mirror every morning. We lack self-control. We tend to think of it as boring, but the truth is that...

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Your battles belong to the Lord  by Joyce Meyer

Your battles belong to the Lord

Joyce Meyer

Book

Argues that the devil is real and active in the world today and is the true source of many people's struggles, and explains how you can overcome the devil and live a life of peace, freedom, faith, and victory.

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Luminaries  by Rowan Williams

Luminaries

Rowan Williams

Book

Starting in the first century with St Paul and ending in the twentieth with St Oscar Romero, Rowan Williams invites you to reflect with him on the lives and legacies of twenty great Christians - saints, martyrs, poets, theologians and social reformers....

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Meditation  by Patrick J. Harbula

Meditation

Patrick J. Harbula

Book

Meditation is an ancient practice that has brought peace and clarity to people from every time, culture, and place. Its benefits --a sense of calm, greater knowledge of self, better health--are as appealing to the modern world as they were to the ancient....

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Grace to the city

Grace to the city

Book

It is easy to find many people writing about the church in China, analyzing its theological positions and social impact. It is much more difficult to find the actual gospel voice of the Chinese church--the sermons, prayers, and beliefs of the people....

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What makes you not a Buddhist  by Jamyang Khyentse

What makes you not a Buddhist

Jamyang Khyentse

Book

In this book, Tibetan Buddhist master Dzongsar Jamyand Khyentse challenges the Buddhist world to look at its common misconceptions, stereotypes and myths, urging readers to move beyond the superficial trappings of Buddhism - beads, incense, exotic robes...

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Life's healing choices  by John Baker

Life's healing choices

John Baker

Book

Happiness and Healing are yours for the choosing. We've all been hurt by other people, we've hurt ourselves, and we've hurt others. And as a result, every single one of us ends up with some sort of hurt, hang-up, or habit. But the question we all face...

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Ask Peter Kreeft  by Peter Kreeft

Ask Peter Kreeft

Peter Kreeft

Book

Answers to a hundred questions--on philosophy, religion, morality, culture, and other topics--that people have asked author Peter Kreeft.

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A time to speak  by Lloyd Geering

A time to speak

Lloyd Geering

Book

"In this new volume, Lloyd Geering presents previously unpublished talks and lectures which will interest a wider audience than was originally intended. The first examines the relevance of Christian perspectives in a post-Christian global era, and asks...

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Scattered servants  by Alan Scott

Scattered servants

Alan Scott

Book

Alan Scott, a leader in the Vineyard Movement, draws upon his years of experience to share inspiring stories of cities transformed by scattered servants. He shares practical ways for church leaders to move beyond the building walls and take the kingdom...

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Catholicity and emerging personhood  by Daniel P. Horan

Catholicity and emerging personhood

Daniel P. Horan

Book

An exploration of the meaning and identity of the human person in light of a renewed theology of creation, the ongoing discoveries of evolution and natural sciences, and newly appropriated resources in the theological tradition.

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Unbelievers  by Alec Ryrie

Unbelievers

Alec Ryrie

Book

We think we know the history of faith: how the ratio of Christian believers has declined and a secular age dawned. In this startlingly original history, Alex Ryrie puts faith in the dock to explore how religious belief didn't just fade away. Rather, ...

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The greatest secret  by Krish Kandiah

The greatest secret

Krish Kandiah

Book

Theologian Krish Kandiah had been a missionary, a youth worker and a pastor - but for all his Christian qualifications, he found himself lost in his relationship with God. That was until he rediscovered his Christian faith through a simple secret: he...

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A pilgrimage to eternity  by Timothy Egan

A pilgrimage to eternity

Timothy Egan

Book

At a time when Britain, America, and much of Europe have never been so secular--and when his mother's death and his Irish Catholic family's complicated history with the church prompted a reckoning with his own beliefs -- Timothy Egan decided to follow...

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The Zen book of life  by Mark Zocchi

The Zen book of life

Mark Zocchi

Book

Inspired by the teachings of the Buddha and other great masters, teachers, and writers, this is a book designed to help people connect to their inner divinity and find their spiritual path. It is overflowing with profound quotes, sayings, and insights,...

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My journey to heaven  by Marvin J. Besteman

My journey to heaven

Marvin J. Besteman

Book

On April 28, 2006, as he lay in his hospital bed in Ann Arbor, Michigan, visions of celestial beauty were the last thing on Marv Besteman's mind. He had just had surgery to remove a rare pancreatic tumor. It was after visiting hours and his family had...

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Almost Amish  by Nancy Sleeth

Almost Amish

Nancy Sleeth

Book

Have you ever stopped to think, "Maybe the Amish are on to something"? Look around. We tweet while we drive, we talk while we text, and we surf the Internet until we fall asleep. We are essentially plugged in and available 24 hours a day, seven days a...

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Echoes of darkness  by Jadie Hager

Echoes of darkness

Jadie Hager

Book

"A missionary family, a violent attack, and one woman's brave determination to break free from trauma. Jadie's story is one of forgiveness, hope, healing, and victory in Christ. When she was a young girl, Jadie (and her missionary family) experienced...

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Radical lives. Vol. 1  by Janet Lisa Balcombe

Radical lives. Vol. 1

Janet Lisa Balcombe

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From New Zealand Christian author Janet Balcombe, here are 15 true life stories of inspirational people who turned their lives from despair and dysfunction by hearing God's call.

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When plants dream  by Daniel Pinchbeck

When plants dream

Daniel Pinchbeck

Book

Ayahuasca is a powerful tool for transformation, that more and more Westerners are flocking to drink in a quest for greater self-knowledge, healing and reconnection with the natural world. This formerly esoteric, little-known brew is now a growth industry....

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God in the Qur'an  by Jack Miles

God in the Qur'an

Jack Miles

Book

Who is Allah? What makes Him unique? And what does He ask of those who submit to His teachings? The God of the Qur'an revises and perfects: His purpose is to make whole what had been corrupted or lost from the practices and scriptures of the earlier ...

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Inner engineering  by Jaggi Vasudev

Inner engineering

Jaggi Vasudev

Book

"Thought leader, visionary, philanthropist, mystic, and yogi Sadhguru presents Western readers with time-tested technologies to achieve absolute well-being. The founder of the Isha Foundation, an all-volunteer organization involved in large-scale hum...

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Mindfulness in plain English  by Henepola Gunaratana

Mindfulness in plain English

Henepola Gunaratana

Book

Presents an introduction to meditation according to Buddhist principles, describing the advantages of the practice and addressing some of the difficulties that can come up.

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I give up  by Laura Story

I give up

Laura Story

Book

Living in total surrender to God is the only pathway to true joy and an abundant life, no matter what challenges you face.

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Risen motherhood  by Emily Warburton Jensen

Risen motherhood

Emily Warburton Jensen

Book

Motherhood is hard. In a world of five-step lists and silver-bullet solutions to become perfect parents, mothers are burdened with mixed messages about who they are and what choices they should make. If you feel pulled between high-fives and hard words,...

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Dominion  by Tom Holland

Dominion

Tom Holland

Book

A revisionist, controversial account of Western history, sure to be widely reviewed and debated. Christianity is the most enduring and influential legacy of the ancient world, and its emergence the single most transformative development in Western hi...

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Shifting atmospheres  by Dawna De Silva

Shifting atmospheres

Dawna De Silva

Book

The atmosphere around you is alive with unseen spiritual activity—a battle between forces of darkness and light. You can take dominion over the supernatural environment for the Kingdom of God! Dawna De Silva presents a strategy for spiritual victory....

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Creation and the cross  by Elizabeth A. Johnson

Creation and the cross

Elizabeth A. Johnson

Book

Confronting the woeful legacy of a centuries old theology, Johnson shows how the beauty of our faith tradition is deepened by being rooted in ecological reality. She lays out the foundations in scripture, the teachings of Jesus, and the early Church for...

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Hatch, match & dispatch  by Richard Leonard

Hatch, match & dispatch

Richard Leonard

Book

An accessible, engaging and educational journey through the history, liturgy and theology of the seven Sacraments.

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How joyful people think  by Jamie Rasmussen

How joyful people think

Jamie Rasmussen

Book

Two people can face the same type of adversity and have two vastly different reactions, even when they have the same background and worldview. What makes the difference when one person responds with joy and the other responds with bitterness? Perspec...

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When helping hurts  by Steve Corbett

When helping hurts

Steve Corbett

Book

Churches and individual Christians typically have faulty assumptions about the causes of poverty, resulting in the use of strategies that do considerable harm to poor people and themselves. When Helping Hurts provides foundational concepts, clearly a...

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Enchantments  by Mya Spalter

Enchantments

Mya Spalter

Book

Mya Spalter has spent years among candles, herbs, cats, and spells as an employee at New York City's oldest occult shop, Enchantments. Since it would get crowded in there if all of you visited, this beautifully illustrated book will be your guide to ...

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Buddhism  by Jonathan Landaw

Buddhism

Jonathan Landaw

Book

Buddhism, one of the world's most widely practiced religions, is a fascinating yet complex eastern religion that is rapidly spreading throughout western civilization. What does it mean to be a Buddhist? What are the fundamental beliefs and history behind...

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Who do you say I am ?  by Kevin Treston

Who do you say I am ?

Kevin Treston

Book

The religious landscape is changing rapidly and many of those still affiliated with the Christian communities are increasingly uneasy about the Traditional Christian Story whose original impulse was God's act of restoration through the life, death an...

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Infinite potential  by 1905-1972 Neville

Infinite potential

1905-1972 Neville

Book

A spiritually transformative collection of Neville Goddard's works-including never-before-published material Neville Goddard, most often known simply as Neville, is one of the most powerful writers in the realm of mystical spirituality. Unknown during...

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Real life love  by Michael Gibson

Real life love

Michael Gibson

Book

From the grandson of world-famous marriage expert Gary Smalley comes a practical and hope-filled guide to building great relationships. No one in history has seen a world like this. Never before has information been so accessible. Never before have p...

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Welcoming the unwelcome  by Pema Chödrön

Welcoming the unwelcome

Pema Chödrön

Book

In her first new book of spiritual teachings in over seven years, Pema Chödrön offers a combination of wisdom, heartfelt reflections, and the signature mix of humor and insight that have made her a beloved figure to turn to during times of change. In...

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The heart of the Shaman  by Alberto Villoldo

The heart of the Shaman

Alberto Villoldo

Book

"The Heart of the Shaman will take you on a journey into the sacred world of the shaman, through stories, dreams, and ancient rites. In his latest book, Alberto Villoldo sets his focus on the dreaming and time-travel practices of the medicine men and...

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Start where you are  by Pema Chödrön

Start where you are

Pema Chödrön

Book

These instructions on compassion are framed around fifty-nine traditional Tibetan Buddhist maxims. With these, and also through the practice of meditation, Pema Chodron shows how anyone can develop the courage to face difficulties and discover inner ...

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What is the Bible?  by Rob Bell

What is the Bible?

Rob Bell

Book

The New York Times bestselling author Rob Bell, using his inspired and inquisitive approach, focuses on the most widely read book of all time. He provides surprising insights and answers about how the Bible actually works as a source of faith and gui...

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Detox your heart  by Valerie Mason-John

Detox your heart

Valerie Mason-John

Book

After years of abuse and struggles with addiction, Mason-Johns was mired in anger, resentment, and fear. She needed to learn how to disarm such toxins and find peace. Now she presents a series of meditations that transform anger, hatred, and fear to ...

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Kojiki  by Kazumi Wilds

Kojiki

Kazumi Wilds

Book

In the beginning there was nothing - a void. Then the ancient gods and goddesses breathed life into lumps of clay and a great nation rose before them. So begins the Japanese creation myth, as recorded centuries ago in the Kojiki. It's an origin story...

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Gods at war  by Oliver Thomson

Gods at war

Oliver Thomson

Book

Gods at War examines the role played by religions in starting or supporting wars from ancient Egypt and Israel to the current conflicts in Yemen and the Ukraine. It not only analyses the traditionally recognised wars of religion such as the Crusades and...

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In the beginning  by G. M. N. (Geert M. N.) Verschuuren

In the beginning

G. M. N. (Geert M. N.) Verschuuren

Book

A scientist explains how the universe and the earth are fine-tuned by the Creator for life.

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Wounded shepherd  by Austen Ivereigh

Wounded shepherd

Austen Ivereigh

Book

Following his critically acclaimed The Great Reformer, Austen Ivereigh's colorful, clear-eyed portrait of Pope Francis takes us inside the Vatican's urgent debate over the future of the church in Wounded Shepherd. This deeply contextual biography centers...

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Goliath must fall  by Louie Giglio

Goliath must fall

Louie Giglio

Book

It's likely you have a threatening giant in your life ... an adversary or stronghold that's diminishing your ability to live a full and free life. Frozen in the grip of rejection, fear, anger, comfort, or addiction, we lose sight of the promise God has...

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The Buddha's guide to gratitude  by Becca Anderson

The Buddha's guide to gratitude

Becca Anderson

Book

Find happiness in gratitude. The four keys to the Gate of Heaven: As it turns out, Buddha had quite a lot to say on the subject of gratitude, including citing it as one of the four keys to the Gate of Heaven. Why is this? Perhaps the sheer simplicity...

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Awareness  by Anthony De Mello

Awareness

Anthony De Mello

Book

The heart of Anthony de Mello's bestselling spiritual message is awareness. Mixing Christian spirituality, Buddhist parables, Hindu breathing exercises, and psychological insight, de Mello's words of hope come together in Awareness in a grand synthesis....

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Islam  by Malcolm (Warren Malcolm) Clark

Islam

Malcolm (Warren Malcolm) Clark

Book

You don't have to be Muslim to understand Islam. This friendly guide introduces you to the origins and practices of Islam, including the Five Pillars and life-cycle rituals and reveals the significance of Muhammad and the Qu'ran, Islam's sacred scripture....

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Dark clouds, deep mercy  by Mark Vroegop

Dark clouds, deep mercy

Mark Vroegop

Book

Lament is how you live between the poles of a hard life and trusting God's goodness. Lament is how we bring our sorrow to God -- but it is a neglected dimension of the Christian life for many Christians today. We need to recover the practice of hones...

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Conversations with Buddha  by Joan Duncan Oliver

Conversations with Buddha

Joan Duncan Oliver

Book

A relaxed chat with the Buddha tells us what he thought about impermanence, karma, mindfulness, compassion, love, and everything else that leads us toward a true understanding of ourselves and the cosmos. We know him as the Buddha, the "Awakened One"....

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Jesus and the Dead Sea scrolls  by John Sietze Bergsma

Jesus and the Dead Sea scrolls

John Sietze Bergsma

Book

This book sheds light on the almost-forgotten Jewish sect of the Essenes, a radical religious group with striking parallels to the first Christians. The library of these devout worshipers is known to moderns as the Dead Sea Scrolls, the only surviving...

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Eat your way to life and health  by Joseph Prince

Eat your way to life and health

Joseph Prince

Book

Most of us eat without thinking. Yet there is a direct correlation to what and how we eat to our physical and spiritual well-being. Let Pastor Joseph Prince unlock the healing promises from the Scriptures designed to lead you to a life of abundance. ...

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Fallen  by Lucie Morris-Marr

Fallen

Lucie Morris-Marr

Book

There was an eerie silence in the packed courtroom as everyone looked towards the foreman of the jury. 'Guilty' he pronounced five times. The third most senior Catholic cleric in the world had been found guilty of sex crimes against children. It seem...

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Mass exodus  by Stephen Sebastian Bullivant

Mass exodus

Stephen Sebastian Bullivant

Book

Mass Exodus is the first serious historical and sociological study of Catholic lapsation and disaffiliation. Drawing on a wide range of theological, historical, and sociological sources, Bullivant offers a comparative study of secularization across t...

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I give up  by Laura Story

I give up

Laura Story

Book

But I don't want to surrender! Have you ever felt those words bubbling up so deep inside you want to shout? It's normal. It's natural. It's human to want to be in control. But when your need for peace surpasses your desire for control, God-who truly...

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The circle of the way  by Barbara O'Brien

The circle of the way

Barbara O'Brien

Book

Zen Buddhism has a storied history-Bodhidharma sitting in meditation in a cave for nine years; a would-be disciple cutting off his own arm to get the master's attention; the proliferating schools and intense Dharma combat of the Tang and Song dynasties;...

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What are biblical values?  by John J. (John Joseph) Collins

What are biblical values?

John J. (John Joseph) Collins

Book

An illuminating exploration of the Bible and many of our most contentious contemporary issues. Many people today claim that their positions on various issues are grounded in biblical values, and they use scriptural passages to support their claims. But...

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The ascension mysteries  by David Wilcock

The ascension mysteries

David Wilcock

Book

New York Times bestselling author David Wilcock has become one of the leading writers exploring ancient mysteries and new science. With his latest book, The Ascension Mysteries, David will take readers on a surprising and enthralling journey through ...

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Religion and the philosophy of life  by Gavin D. Flood

Religion and the philosophy of life

Gavin D. Flood

Book

Religion and the Philosophy of Life considers how religion as the source of civilization transforms the fundamental bio-sociology of humans through language and the somatic exploration of religious ritual and prayer. Gavin Flood offers an integrative...

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21 leadership issues in the Bible  by John C. Maxwell

21 leadership issues in the Bible

John C. Maxwell

Book

What's challenging your leadership? The Bible has an answer! If you're trying to influence even one person, you are a leader. And that means you're facing challenges. The more you lead, the greater the number of challenges you face. How do you solve ...

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Strength to love  by Martin Luther King

Strength to love

Martin Luther King

Book

The classic collection of Dr. King's sermons that fuse his Christian teachings with his radical ideas of love and nonviolence as a means to combat hate and oppression. As Martin Luther King, Jr., prepared for the Birmingham campaign in early 1963, he...

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Guts & grace  by Geoffrey M. R. (Geoffrey Mark Russell) Haworth

Guts & grace

Geoffrey M. R. (Geoffrey Mark Russell)...

Book

"The Christchurch City Mission is one of the city's most respected and active caring organisations. It was born during the start of the Great Depression, the last of New Zealand's Anglican-founded city missions. It took root during a time of social u...

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A Church in change

A Church in change

Book

This publication represents an attempt to explore theologically some of the realities that the contemporary Catholic church in Aotearoa New Zealand is facing today. It does so, not in the sense of providing answers, but rather as offering theological...

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Grand central question  by Abdu Murray

Grand central question

Abdu Murray

Book

All religions and worldviews seek to answer the fundamental questions of human existence: Why am I here? What does it mean to be human? Why is there evil in the world and how do we deal with it? But not every worldview places equal emphasis on each issue....

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A biography of the Christian Bible  by S. Douglas Woodward

A biography of the Christian Bible

S. Douglas Woodward

Book

Serious students of the Protestant Bible have a strong grasp of what the Bible teaches. But few actually know how we got our Bible and why we can trust that what it says today is what it said two millennia ago. S. Douglas Woodward argues that knowing...

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Antholgy  by Michael P. Arya

Antholgy

Michael P. Arya

Book

"This is a collection for anyone interested in the foundations of religion in general and Christianity in particular, containing writings that deserve to be called world masterpieces. The content is a survey of religious reality reflected in the writings...

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Missionaries are real people  by Ellen Rosenberger

Missionaries are real people

Ellen Rosenberger

Book

Are you struggling with real life issues but feel pressure to keep them inside because you are a missionary? Are you a family member or friend of a missionary who desires to better understand your loved one? Are you preparing to move overseas and want...

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Venus & Aphrodite  by Bettany Hughes

Venus & Aphrodite

Bettany Hughes

Book

Through ancient art, evocative myth, exciting archaeological revelations and philosophical explorations Bettany Hughes shows why this immortal goddess endures through to the twenty-first century, and what her journey through time reveals about what matters...

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5 things to pray for your church  by Rachel (Editor) Jones

5 things to pray for your church

Rachel (Editor) Jones

Book

Transform your prayer life with fresh prayer ideas for your church, all drawn from Scripture.

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Eternity is now  by John Ortberg

Eternity is now

John Ortberg

Book

Something in us is waiting--for what, we don't know. Something different? Something better? For Christians, perhaps the deepest expression of what we're waiting for is found in the phrase "eternal life." But what is eternal life? Why do we want it? And...

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Biblical literalism  by John Shelby. Spong

Biblical literalism

John Shelby. Spong

Book

"A global and pioneering leader of progressive Christianity and the bestselling author of Why Christianity Must Change or Die and Eternal Life explains why a literal reading of the Gospels is actually heretical, and how this mistaken notion only entered...

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The way of wisdom  by Timothy Keller

The way of wisdom

Timothy Keller

Book

Proverbs is God’s book of wisdom, teaching us the essence and goal of a Christian life. In this 365-day devotional, Timothy Keller offers readers a fresh, inspiring lesson for every day of the year based on different passages within the Book of Proverbs....

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F**k it  by John C. Parkin

F**k it

John C. Parkin

Book

F**k It has taken the world by storm, helping countless people to let go, stop struggling and finally do what they want; to ignore what everyone else is telling them and go their own way. This now classic text has been updated with inspirational new ...

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Diaries of the Chinese martyrs

Diaries of the Chinese martyrs

Book

With tens of millions killed and thousands of Catholics incarcerated because of rigged trials, China under Mao's dictatorship was the Asian version of the Nazi concentration camps and the Soviet Gulag. It's one of the darkest moments in Church history...

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Modern Tantric Buddhism  by Justin Von Bujdoss

Modern Tantric Buddhism

Justin Von Bujdoss

Book

Today, a new generation of Buddhists searches for ways to adopt Vajrayana while staying true to its historical legacy. Modern Tantric Buddhism unpacks the principles and applications of this esoteric practice in an accessible and meaningful manner, c...

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Kingdom come  by Melissa Zaldivar

Kingdom come

Melissa Zaldivar

Book

Have you ever looked at your life and wondered, "Is this it?" After a childhood of being promised the future is bright, it's difficult to see meaning and purpose as you trudge through your everyday adulthood obligations. Expectations are unmet, hope fades,...

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Reappearing church  by Mark Sayers

Reappearing church

Mark Sayers

Book

What if the rise of secularism is good news for the church? For decades, we set our hopes on technology, politics, and the appearance of peace. We wanted to believe we were headed somewhere better—that progress was happening. But now as our technology...

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The great controversy  by Ellen Gould Harmon White

The great controversy

Ellen Gould Harmon White

Book

Ellen Gould White was a prolific author and an American Christian pioneer. She, along with other Sabbatarian Adventist leaders, formed what is now known as the Seventh-day Adventist Church. White was considered a somewhat controversial fi gure. Her reports...

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