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Holy Land: A Suburban Memoir

by D. J. Waldie

"Infinitely moving and powerful, just dead-on right, and absolutely original."—Joan Didion Since its publication in 1996, Holy Land has become an American classic. In "quick, translucent prose" (Michiko Kakutani,...


Four Gospels, One Jesus?: A symbolic reading

by Richard Burridge

First published in 1994, and revised in 2005, this classic edition includes updated suggestions for further reading at the end of the book.


Living Faithfully: Following Christ in everyday life

by John Pritchard

The faith we proclaim on Sunday is just as relevant to the rest of the week. However, too often the teaching and support that church life offers us can seem aimed at deepening our personal commitment to Christ...


A Disease in the Public Mind: A New Understanding of Why We Fought the Civil War

by Thomas Fleming

A distinguished historian and popular author explores why the United States became the only nation in the world to fight


Children in the Bible: A Fresh Approach

by Anne Richards

What does God think about children? What does this tell us about how we should view and treat children today? In re-examining what the Bible says about children, mission theologian Anne Richards argues that...


The Last Battle: When U.S. and German Soldiers Joined Forces in the Waning Hours of World War II in Europe

by Stephen Harding

The true story of US & German soldiers fighting side by side in the final days of WW II


The World Through Arab Eyes: Arab Public Opinion and the Reshaping of the Middle East

by Shibley Telhami

The uprisings that transformed the Middle East beginning in 2011 have left experts scrambling to understand where the region is likely to go in years to come. But missing from most of the analysis is a longer...


Insect Molecular Genetics: An Introduction to Principles and Applications

by Marjorie A. Hoy

Insect Molecular Genetics, Third Edition, summarizes and synthesizes two rather disparate disciplines-entomology and molecular genetics. This volume provides an introduction to the techniques and literature...


Introduction to Relativity: For Physicists and Astronomers

by John B. Kogut

Introduction to Relativity is intended to teach physics and astronomy majors at the freshman, sophomore or upper-division levels how to think about special and general relativity in a fundamental, but accessible,...


The Bite Fight: Tyson, Holyfield and the Night That Changed Boxing Forever

by George Willis

The infamous boxing match between Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield on June 28, 1997, was like none other in the sport’s history, and this insightful account of the anticipation, the gruesome fight itself,...


100 Things Beatles Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die

by Gillian G. Gaar

Few music groups have been able to sustain a fan base over half a century that is as significant and devoted as those of the Beatles, and this entertaining guide to all things Fab Four rewards those fans with...


The Capitalism Papers: Fatal Flaws of an Obsolete System

by Jerry Mander

In the vein of his bestseller, Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television, nationally recognized social critic Jerry Mander researches, discusses, and exposes the momentous and unsolvable environmental...


Cajun and Zydeco Dance Music in Northern California

by Mark F. DeWitt

Queen Ida. Danny Poullard. Documentary filmmaker Les Blank. Chris Strachwitz and Arhoolie Records. These are names that are familiar to many fans of Cajun music and zydeco, and they have one other thing in common--longtime...


An Apple a Day: A Memoir of Love and Recovery from Anorexia

by Emma Woolf

I haven’t tasted chocolate for over ten years and now I’m walking down the street unwrapping a Kit Kat. Remember when Kate Moss said, ‘Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels’? She’s wrong: chocolate...


Three Questions for Sixty-Five Composers

by Balint Andras Varga

Do today's composers draw inspiration from life experiences or from, say, the natural world? What influences, past and present, have influenced recent composers? How essential is it for a composer to develop...


The Many Faces of Weimar Cinema: Rediscovering Germany's Filmic Legacy

by Christian Rogowski

Traditionally, Weimar cinema has been equated with the work of a handful of 'auteurist' filmmakers and a limited number of canonical films. Often a single, limited phenomenon, "expressionist film," has been...


The Screenwriter's Sourcebook: A Comprehensive Marketing Guide for Screen and Television Writers

by Michael Haddad

Written for both new and experienced writers, this comprehensive marketing guide offers advice and tips needed by writers to succeed in the film and television industries. Focusing on the business of writing,...


Classified

by E. Bly Beamsderfer

Are you feeling discouraged in your walk with Jesus Christ or in your church life? Are the difficulties in your experience and the dysfunctions in church propelling you toward abandoning that which you once...


A Companion to the Works of J. M. Coetzee

by Tim Mehigan

J. M. Coetzee is perhaps the most critically acclaimed bestselling author of imaginative fiction writing in English today. He received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2003 and is the first writer to have been...


Post-Wall German Cinema and National History: Utopianism and Dissent

by Mary-Elizabeth O'Brien

Since unification, a radical shift has taken place in Germans' view of their country's immediate past, with 1989 replacing 1945 as the primary caesura. The cold-war division, the failed socialist state, the...