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Self and No-Self: Continuing the Dialogue Between Buddhism and Psychotherapy

by Dale Mathers, Melvin E. Miller & Osamu Ando

This collection explores the growing interface between Eastern and Western concepts of what it is to be human from analytical psychology, psychoanalytic and Buddhist perspectives. The relationship between these...


Quiverly Shart

by Beverly Prosser

The Wilson twins are finally old enough to travel downtown to the largest public library in the city! What they find there opens up a mystery they set out to solve, "Who is Quiverly Shart?" But there is another...


America, American Jews, and the Holocaust: American Jewish History

by Jeffrey Gurock

First Published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Nicholas of Cusa: A Medieval Thinker for the Modern Age

by Kazuhiko Yamaki

Nicholas of Cusa (1401 64), doctor of canon law, church politician and philosopher, was one of the most important thinkers of 15th century Europe. This year marks the sixth centenary of his birth. Scholars from...


Encyclopedia of Buddhism

by Damien Keown & Charles S. Prebish

Reflects the current state of scholarship in Buddhist Studies, its entries being written by specialists in many areas, presenting an accurate overview of Buddhist history, thought and practices, most entries...


King James's Bible: A Selection

by W. H Stevenson

Without an understanding of Biblical stories, readers lose out on much of the richness of English literature, as authors from Milton through T.S. Eliot to Jeanette Winterson draw inspiration from Biblical stories...


Every Other Monday: Twenty Years of Life, Lunch, Faith, and Friendship

by John Kasich

Where do you go when the water rises?

 

For more than twenty years, John Kasich has sought the answer to this question and many of life’s most fundamental challenges in an unlikely place: his twice-a-month...


Losing Moses on the Freeway: The 10 Commandments in America

by Chris Hedges

The 10 Commandments -- the laws given to Moses by God -- are beyond the scope of human law. They are rules meant to hold us together but, when dishonored, they lead to discord and violence.

In this fierce,...


The Youngest Bishop in England: Beneath the Surface of Mormonism

by Robert Bridgestock

Part memoir, part analytical work, this treatise details Robert Bridgstock’s life as an active Mormon, his struggles with his faith, his submerging of such doubts for the sake of keeping peace with his devout...


Just a Minute: In the Heart of a Child, One Moment ... Can Last Forever.

by Wess Stafford & Dean Merrill

How long does it take to make a difference in the life of a child?

For good or for ill, individual moments in a young person's life can make all the difference in their future. It may be something said or done...


No Lamb So Beauteous (and Other Christmas Poems)

by Kevin Carey & Kevin Sheehan

Christmas Carols are one of the most visible parts of Christianity, instantly recognisable to church-goers and others alike. Over the years many fine new musical settings have emerged, but the words remain the...


The Truest Thing about You: Identity, Desire, and Why It All Matters

by David Lomas & D. R. Jacobsen

In The Truest Thing About You, David Lomas asks you to rethink what you’ve accepted as true about yourself and discover the truest thing: You are loved, accepted, and created in God’s image.


Turning the Wheel: Essays on Buddhism and Writing

by Charles Johnson

"Were it not for the Buddhadharma, says Charles Johnson in his preface to Turning the Wheel, "I'm convinced that, as a black American and an artist, I would not have been able to successfully negotiate my last...


Saint Teresa of Avila: Passionate Mystic

by Mirabai Starr & Caroline Myss

"The important thing is not to think much, but to love much, and so to do whatever best awakens us to love." -St. Teresa of Avila

Journey to the 16th century to discover the fiery passion of Saint Teresa of Avila,...


Muslims and Jews in France: History of a Conflict

by Maud S. Mandel

This book traces the global, national, and local origins of the conflict between Muslims and Jews in France, challenging the belief that rising anti-Semitism in France is rooted solely in the unfolding crisis...


In the Zone: How to Get Over Your Obstacles and Succeed

by Mark Crear

Train faithfully; conquer hurdles; live like a champion.


The Original Atheists: First Thoughts on Nonbelief

by S.T. Joshi

This is the first anthology ever published to feature the writings of leading eighteenth-century thinkers on the subjects of atheism, religion, freethought, and secularism.

Editor S. T. Joshi has compiled notable...


The Marriage You've Always Wanted

by Gary Dr. Chapman

From America's favorite marriage expert and author of the New York Times #1 bestseller, The 5 Love Languages®

Respected marriage counselor Gary Chapman looks at the key issues that will help you build the marriage...


Craving Grace: Experience the Richness of the Gospel

by Ruthie Delk

I was stuck. I believed the gospel changed people, but it wasn't changing me and I was miserable. My head was filled with brilliant knowledge about God, but my heart was not convinced He even knew my name. How...


Marriage Matters

by Tony Evans

"Most people today view marriage as a means of looking for love, happiness, and fulfillment. Make no mistake about it, those things are important. Those things are critical. They are just not the most critical."...