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Ferdinand Christian Baur and the History of Early Christianity

by Robert F. Brown, Peter C. Hodgson, David Lincicum & Christof Landmesser et al.

Ferdinand Christian Baur (1792-1860) has been described as "the greatest and at the same time the most controversial theologian in German Protestant theology since Schleiermacher." The controversy was epitomized...

The Islamic Jesus

by Mustafa Akyol

When Reza Aslan’s bestseller Zealot came out in 2013, there was criticism that he hadn’t addressed his Muslim faith while writing the origin story of Christianity. In fact, Ross Douthat of The New York Times...

Preparing for Easter

by C. S. Lewis

Together in one special volume, selections from the best of beloved bestselling author C. S. Lewis’s classic works for readers contemplating the "grand miracle" of Jesus’s resurrection.

Preparing for Easter...

"One Holy Local Church"?

by Bojidar Marinov

The concept of “local church membership” hardly existed in the church before the 17th century Baptists, except for certain heretical sects and Anabaptists. Yes, the concept of “church membership” has...

The Political Aspects of St. Augustine's City of God

by John Neville Figgis

When one civilization has fallen and another is in its birth throes, people are apt to be seduced by the rushlights of a false leadership. The mind and mood of such a time of transition are intensely puzzling...

Christianity: The Biography

by Ian J. Shaw

In Christianity: The Biography Ian Shaw charts the story of Christianity from its birth and infancy among a handful of followers of Jesus Christ, through its years of development into a global religious movement,...

New Testament: A Rendering by Jon Madsen

by Jon Madsen

Jon Madsen's translation seeks a way between the strictly literal, which might appear dry and archaic, and contemporary idiom, which risks trivializing. He has retranslated the Greek New Testament in such as...

Why Is Easter a Movable Feast?: The Spiritual and Astronomical Significance of the Changing Date of Easter

by Walther Bühler

The date of Easter is different every year. Not only does the date change because Easter is always on a Sunday, but also because it's always the date of the first full moon after the spring equinox. That means...

The Papacy and the Orthodox

by A. Edward Siecienski

The Papacy and the Orthodox examines the centuries-long debate over the primacy and authority of the Bishop of Rome, especially in relation to the Christian East, and offers a comprehensive history of the debate...

All Things Are Possible: The Healing and Charismatic Revivals in Modern America

by David Edwin Harrell, Jr.

"... a book about healing revivalists that takes them seriously and treats them fairly." -Journal of Southern History

"... will be a definitive work for some years to come." -Reviews in American History


Daily Guideposts: 40 Devotions for Lent

by Guideposts

Experience the love of Christ in a new personal way with this Lenten devotional drawn from America’s favorite devotional, Daily Guideposts. 

Lent is a time of preparation for Easter when we reflect on Jesus’s...

Does the Reformation Still Matter?

by Karin Maag

This book offers a concise and highly-readable explanation of the dramatic changes that took place during the Reformation and helps readers understand the deeper impact of the Reformation beyond its own time...

Soldiers of Uncommon Valor: The History of Salvationists of African Descent in the United States

by Warren Maye

Soldiers of Uncommon Valor: the history of Salvationists of African descent in the United States tells the stories of Alexander Beck, who helped evangelize California in 1896; Thomas Ferguson, a prolific music...

The Way of Christlikeness

by Michael Perham

This practical and theological companion to Lent, Holy Week and Easter offers advice on how to use creatively the Church's most dramatic and transformative liturgies.

Station to Station

by Gary Jansen & Jennifer Fulwiler

This Ignatian exploration of the Stations of the Cross examines Jesus’ response to his own suffering and how his reactions can guide us in difficult times. 

Gods and Garments: Textiles in Greek Sanctuaries in the 7th to the 1st Centuries BC

by Cecilie Brøns

Textiles comprise a vast and wide category of material culture and constitute a crucial part of the ancient economy. Yet, studies of classical antiquity still often leave out this important category of material...

Inviting Muslims to Christ: A Clear Path to Salvation Including Quotations/Commentary from the Bible and Quran

by Randall L Ireland & Kelly D Belmont

The prupose and intent for this resouce book's focus is to extend the hand of peace, fellowship and mutual respect toward all humanity and especially all Muslims throughout the world. We commit to respect each...

Social Justice and the Legitimacy of Slavery

Not By Bread Alone: Daily Reflections for Lent 2017

by Genevieve Glen

Prayerfully journey through Lent with Sister Genevieve Glen’s fresh and meaningful reflections on the daily Mass readings. In just minutes per day, the insightful meditations of Not by Bread Alone can deepen...

We Are Calvary: A Congregation of Commitment

by Kathy Smiley

From its beginnings under a tent on the corner of 20th and Blake in Denver, what was dubbed The Potter Mission grew to become Calvary Baptist Church of Denver, organized on Nov. 15, 1881. The 50-year history...