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The Pariah Problem: Caste, Religion, and the Social in Modern India

by Rupa Viswanath

Once known as “Pariahs,” Dalits are primarily descendants of unfree agrarian laborers. They belong to India’s lowest castes, face overwhelming poverty and discrimination, and continue to be a source of...


Reckless Devotion: 365 Days into the Heart of Radical Love

by Heidi Baker & Rolland Baker

From the hearts of the Bakers, this inspiring devotional is your chance to share the life of miracles and adventure with Rolland and Heidi every day.


Created for Influence: Transforming Culture from Where You Are

by William L. III Ford & Dutch Sheets

Created for Influence calls readers to transform the culture through intercession and action, breaking the power of personal and national strongholds.


Absolute Surrender

by Andrew Murray

I desire by God's grace to give to you this message-that your God in heaven answers the prayers which you have offered for blessing on yourselves and for blessing on those around you by this one demand: Are...


Humility

by Andrew Murray

Humility is the most overlooked teaching of Jesus Christ. In this book Andrew Murray explores how essential humility is to the understanding and practice of Christianity. Perhaps the best book ever written on...


Betrayal of Jesus: 21st Century Challenges for Christians

by Davis D. Danizier

This book presents thought-provoking questions and challenges facing modern Christianity in the 21st Century. Raises questions about the credibility of the Bible and some of the core beliefs of Christians today....


The Rosary: It Beats the Rhythm of Human Life: Catholic for a Reason II

by Jeff Cavins

Jeffery Cavins explains the beauty of the Rosary as a "compendium of the Gospel," illuminating its Biblical origins and its profound link to the mystery of the Incarnation. Because the Rosary involves both our...


Mary and the Church: Catholic for a Reason II

by Sean Innerst

Through a typological, or symbolic, reading of Scripture, Sean Innerst illustrates the "mystical identity" between Mary and the Church. Various figures in Scripture, such as the woman in Revelation 12, can simultaneously...


The Luminous Mysteries: Catholic for a Reason II

by Scott Hahn

Scott Hahn presents the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary, beginning with an explanation of Pope St. John Paul II's reasons for adding these mysteries nearly half a millennium after the Rosary was standardized....


Called to Be Children of Mary: God's Family Plan: Catholic for a Reason II

by Curtis Martin

Beginning with the idea that our families should be a place where we discover love and God Himself, Curtis Martin shows us that we are part of an even bigger family-God's family-through the Incarnation of His...


Always a Virgin: Catholic for a Reason II

by Leon Suprenant

With a reminder that the authentic interpretation of Sacred Scripture is reserved to the Magisterium and that we must not rely on Scripture alone, Leon J. Suprenant examines the Church doctrine of Mary's perpetual...


Treat Her Like a Queen: The Biblical Call to Honor Mary as Royal Mother: Catholic for a Reason II

by Edward Sri

Analyzing a variety of passages in both the Old and New Testaments, Professor Edward Sri shows us a Biblical basis for honoring Mary as our Queen. The gebirah, or queen mother, possessed the most powerful position...


Mary, Full of Grace: Catholic for a Reason II

by Kimberly Hahn

Kimberly Hahn shares her own struggles, as a former Protestant, with Catholic devotion to Mary, and her journey of coming to love the Mother of God. Through her study of Scripture, she came to realize that Mary...


Mary, the God-bearing Ark: Catholic for a Reason II

by Tim Gray

Professor Tim Gray examines the parallels between Scriptural passages about Mary in the New Testament and the ark of the covenant in the Old Testament, particularly the narratives of the Visitation and King...


The Woman in Salvation History: Reflections of Mary in the Old Testament: Catholic for a Reason II

by Curtis Mitch

By examining numerous types, or models, particularly in the Old Testament, Curtis Mitch explores Mary's presence in the Scriptures and shows how her role was foreshadowed both by objects and persons. Mitch also...


Mary, Mary Quite Contrary: Catholic for a Reason II

by Curtis Martin

In order to tackle common objections to Catholic teachings about Mary, Curtis Martin leads us into a deeper reading of Scripture. Through the Scriptural texts that he presents, Martin ultimately highlights the...


She Gave the Word Flesh: Catholic for a Reason II

by Scott Hahn

Dr. Scott Hahn shows us that Marian doctrine is an essential part of the Catholic faith, touching our relationships with God, the Church, and others. As a convert, Dr. Hahn understands the frequent objections...


Mary as the New Eve: Catholic for a Reason II

by Tim Gray

Drawing a connection between the similar language used in the books of Genesis and Revelation, Professor Tim Gray shows that Mary is the woman prophesied in the proto-evanglium (first Gospel) whose offspring...


Biblical Theology and Marian Studies: Catholic for a Reason II

by Scott Hahn

In a beautiful and more extended look at typology in Scripture, Scott Hahn shows us the necessity of theology that is based on Scripture-biblical theology-and how Mariology gives us this biblical theology by...


Witches and Witchcraft

by David Nash

In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, entire communities, particularly in central Europe were gripped by a fear of witches and witchcraft, and pursued witches in order to bring them to justice. Professor...