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Tudor: Passion. Manipulation. Murder. The Story of England's Most Notorious Royal Family

by Leanda De Lisle

The Tudors are England’s most notorious royal family. But, as Leanda de Lisle’s gripping new history reveals, they are a family still more extraordinary than the one we thought we knew.

The Tudor canon typically...


My Mother's Wish: An American Christmas Carol

by Jerry Camery-Hoggatt

Something strange is brewing

at the Comeback Café

A grandfather’s song has turned a diner into hallowed ground. A contrary girl with a gypsy heart feels the tug of home. And a truck driver named Jedidiah keeps...


19th Century Global Expansion of Methodism: What Motivated Missionaries?

by Richard Roy

A near death episode in the Rev John Smithies' earliest missionary work raises the principal question of this book, namely, what motivated Wesleyan Methodist mission in the first half of the nineteenth century?...


Bible Believer's Archaeology - Volume 2: The Search for Truth

by John Argubright

Seeking Truth? One of the first questions people have is, "Can I really trust the Bible? This book answers the question with proofs compiled from ancient history and archaeology revealing it's accuracy. Evidences...


Ordained Women Deacons: of the Church's First Millennium

by John Wijngaards

A new, enlarged edition of the groundbreaking 'No Women in Holy Orders?', gathering historical evidence to show that women were ordained as deacons in the first ten centuries of the Church, and identifiying...


God and the Fascists: The Vatican Alliance with Mussolini, Franco, Hitler, and Pavelic

by Karlheinz Deschner

Now available in English for the first time, a controversial work that indicts the Vatican for its actions before and during World War II.

 

     In the decade preceding the outbreak of World War II, the...


Priests and Politics: The Church Speaks Out

by Trevor Beeson

Since Christianity is an ethical as well as a mystical religion and since individuals live in communities, the church is bound to be involved in politics and other social action that determines the quality of...


In Pursuit of Religious Freedom: Bishop Martin Stephan's Journey

by Philip Stephan

In Pursuit of Religious Freedom tells the story of Martin Stephan, a religious leaders whose leadership, vision, and courage stemmed from a fifteenth-century ancestry grounded in the reformations of John Huss...


Shamanism and the Ancient Mind: A Cognitive Approach to Archaeology

by James L. Pearson

A study of archaeological evidence for Shamanism in North America and how it links to the archaeology of the mind.


Divine Fury: A History of Genius

by Darrin M. McMahon

Genius. The word connotes an almost unworldly power: the power to create, to grasp universal secrets, even to destroy. As renowned intellectual historian Darrin McMahon explains in Divine Fury, the concept of...


Restless Dead: Encounters between the Living and the Dead in Ancient Greece

by Sarah Iles Johnston

During the archaic and classical periods, Greek ideas about the dead evolved in response to changing social and cultural conditions-most notably changes associated with the development of the polis, such as...


Mana Maori and Christianity

by Hugh Morrison, Lachy Peterson & Brett Knowles

This book examines encounters between the Christian church and Maori. Christian faith among Maori changed from Maori receiving the missionary endeavours of Pakeha settlers, to the development of indigenous expressions...


The Book of "Job": A Biography

by Mark Larrimore

The Book of Job raises stark questions about the nature and meaning of innocent suffering and the relationship of the human to the divine, yet it is also one of the Bible's most obscure and paradoxical books,...


The Salvation Army

by Susan Cohen

Best known for their brass bands and uniformed officers, the Salvation Army is uniquely recognizable worldwide. What is less known is the extent of their work which goes far beyond a commitment to temperance,...


Quakers

by Peter Furtado

A small sect of fewer than 20,000 in the UK, and approximately 100,000 in the USA, Quakers have produced a disproportionate number of eminent thinkers, scientists, businessmen, and their teachings have been widely...


Supernormal: Science, Yoga, and the Evidence for Extraordinary Psychic Abilities

by Dean Radin

Can yoga and meditation unleash our inherent supernormal mental powers, such as telepathy, clairvoyance, and precognition? Is it really possible to perceive another person's thoughts and intentions? Influence...


Why Study History?: Reflecting on the Importance of the Past

by John Fea

Shows why Christians should study history, how faith impacts our understanding of the past, and how studying the past can transform our lives.


Holy Bishops in Late Antiquity: The Nature of Christian Leadership in an Age of Transition

by Claudia Rapp

Between 300 and 600, Christianity experienced a momentous change from persecuted cult to state religion. One of the consequences of this shift was the evolution of the role of the bishop-as the highest Church...


An Amish Family Christmas

by Murray Pura

After tragedy strikes the family of young Naomi Bachman, her sister-in-law Rebecca Bachman does all she can to help. But things get complicated when Micah-Rebecca's brother and Naomi's husband-returns from a...


SCM Studyguide Church History: SCM Study Guide

by Stephen Spencer

An introduction to the study of the ways the church has evolved in its corporate life since its birth in the first century. Special attention is given to studying its changing relationship and interaction with...