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Transforming Vocation

by Sam Portaro & James Lemler

Uses the Bible, theology, and personal stories to envision a church where all vocations are equally treasured and all members supported in discerning their place in God's plan.

Enriching Our Worship 5: Liturgies and Prayers Related to Childbearing, Childbirth, and Loss

by Church Publishing

This unique new service book includes liturgies for blessing and healing as related to childbearing and childbirth. It includes prayers, Scripture readings and hymn suggestions organized around the blessing...

Five for Sorrow, Ten for Joy: Meditations on the Rosary

by J. Neville Ward

Anglicans and other Protestants have begun to use the rosary to help refresh a life of prayer, creating a rhythm that weans us from our distractions and focuses our attention so that we can more readily move...

We Preach Christ Crucified

by Kenneth Leech

"This book feeds the hungry soul. I found myself reading this book slowly, savoring passages, stopping to think and rethink, pausing to pray. I hope that any Christian who wishes to enter into and share more...

How to Hit the Ground Running: A Quick-Start Guide for Congregations with New Leadership

by Neal O. Michell

This user-friendly workbook, designed for both the new rector or pastor and the church's principal lay leaders, offers 19 months of step-by-step suggestions for making the transition period dynamic, purposeful,...

Interfaith Families: Personal Stories of Jewish-Christian Intermarriage

by Jane Kaplan

As the number of Jewish-Christian marriages in America continue to rise, couples find themselves searching for ways to reconcile love and religion. Even when each partner has no particular religious life, they...

Liturgy for the Whole Church: Multigenerational Resources for Worship

by Susan K. Bock

Group readings and simple dramas based on stories from scripture plus meditations, story-telling methodology, and an instructed Eucharist for designing liturgy for children and adults who worship together.

History of the Church in England: Third Edition

by John Moorman

An authoritative account of the history of the Church in England. Begins with Roman and Celtic periods and covers the history of the Church into the 197's.

Why is There a Menorah on the Altar?: Jewish Roots of Christian Worship

by Ph.D., Meredith Gould

This new book draws upon scripture and historical sources to explain how Judaism has influenced liturgical worship; the design and décor of church sanctuaries; and how Baptism, Holy Communion, and Confirmation...

Go, Tell It on the Mountain: Three Christmas Pageants for Church Schools

by Gretchen Wolff Pritchard

Here are three different Christmas pageants complete with music, staging directions, scenery and costume suggestions, plus pointers about how to organize your event. The pageants are for grades K-8, but one...

The End of Apologetics: Christian Witness in a Postmodern Context

by Myron B. Penner

This provocative textbook critiques the modern apologetic enterprise and contextualizes faithful Christian witness to the truth of the gospel for a postmodern generation.

Surviving an Affair

by Willard F. Jr. Harley & Jennifer Harley Chalmers

A practical guide to coping with infidelity, explaining how affairs begin, how to end them, and how to restore the marriage afterwards.

What Does a Progressive Christian Believe?: A Guide for the Searching, the Open, and the Curious

by Delwin Brown

Progressive Christianity, writes theology professor Delwin Brown, is a family of perspectives that is united in opposing right-wing religion but also desires to go beyond "liberal" and "conservative" labels....

Gay Unions: In the Light of Scripture,Tradition, and Reason

by Gray Temple

Gray Temple presents the argument for the sacramental equality of gay and lesbian couples, which is to say they are entitled to full participation in the sacraments, including Marriage. Gray Temple bases his...

Enriching Our Worship 1: Morning and Evening Prayer, The Great Litany, and The Holy Eucharist

by Church Publishing

This is the new edition of Supplemental Liturgical Materials. New materials include seventeen additional canticles taken from the Old Testament, the Apocrypha, the New Testament, Anselm of Canterbury, and Julian...

We are Theologians: Strengthening the People of God - Seabury Classics

by Fredrica Harris Thompsett

All of us are natural theologians, willing and able to think through questions of belief and relate the insights of theologians to our public and personal lives. In this clear and engaging introduction, Thompsett...

An Athiest Defends Religion: Why Humanity is Better Off with Religion Than Without It.

by Bruce Sheiman

A new perspective. Defending religion as a cultural institution in the face of resurgent atheistic thought . For centuries, the theism-atheism debate has been dominated by two positions: stringent believers...

Fight: A Christian Case for Non-Violence

by Preston Sprinkle

In a world of violence, how can Christians live out Jesus’ command to “love our enemies”?  New York Times bestselling author Preston Sprinkle challenges us to consider a biblical response to violence....

Enlightenment and Secularism: Essays on the Mobilization of Reason

by Christopher Nadon, Jeremy D. Bailey & Allan Arkush

Enlightenment and Secularism is a collection of twenty eight essays that seek to understand the connection between the European Enlightenment and the emergence of secular societies, as well as the character...

The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism

by Max Weber & Stephen Kalberg

For the first time in 70 years, a new translation of Max Weber's classic The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism --one of the seminal works in sociology-- published in September 2001. Translator Stephen...