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Prayers from the Darkness: The Difficult Psalms

by Lyn Fraser

Shows how to integrate "the difficult psalms" of pain, anger and disorientation into worship, pastoral care, and situations of illness, divorce, suffering and loss.


My Life and My Death: A Priest Confronts His Cancer

by Jeffrey T. Simmons

"My greatest teacher has been my cancer," says the author in his story of faith as he faces death. But the author never goes too far in the direction of becoming "touchy-feely" with his illness. In fact, he...


Power Lines: Celtic Prayers About Work

by David Adam

"Based on the model of the ancient Celts, David Adam's power Lines provides contemporary prayers that convert common features of the workday into opportunities for prayer."--Midwest Book Review


Passion for Pilgrimage: Notes for the Journey Home

by Alan Jones

A wide-ranging look at the spiritual journey within the Lenten framework. Written accessibly, this is a good book for private reading but also the right length and tone of voce for church reading groups. New...


The Mystery of Baptism in the Anglican Tradition

by Kenneth Stevenson

Kenneth Stevenson looks at the writings of the seventeenth-century Anglican divines for understanding baptism today. "Provides important insights into the historical issues with which we still wrestle."--Midwest...


Motherhood in the Balance: Children, Career, Me, and God

by Catherine Wallace

"Bright, talented, hard-working, and fiercely determined to raise babies while maintaining a consuming career ... Wallace chronicles the toll of trying to achieve it all...Wallace recounts... her ongoing quest...


Ten Dumb Things Churches Do: And How to Avoid Them

by Philip Wiehe

Unique as they may seem, some mistakes that churches make are all too common. In this quick read, church expert Philip Wiehe offers sage advice for avoiding pitfalls and undoing messy errors.


Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years

by Diarmaid MacCulloch

The New York Times bestseller and definitive history of Christianity for our time-from the award-winning author of The Reformation and Silence

A product of electrifying scholarship conveyed with commanding skill,...


The Complete Idiot's Guide to Understanding Mormonism

by Drew Williams

From its founding in pioneer times to the present day, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has been both mysterious and misunderstood-with some Protestant faiths not even recognizing the Mormons...


Holy Wars: The Rise of Islamic Fundamentalism: The Rise of Islamic Fundamentalism

by Dilip Hiro

To some, Islamic Fundamentalism means the restoration of a true religion. To others, it is a politics that stands apart from capitalism and socialism. To many Westerners, it has come to constitute a threat to...


Islamic Spirituality: Foundations

by Seyyed Hossein Nasr

Originally published 1987.

This volume is devoted not simply to the historical foundations but the essential foundations as the principle and source off the multiform Manifestations of Islamic spirituality in...


Sephardi Religious Responses/M

by Stillman

First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


The Complete Idiot's Guide to Taoism

by Brandon Toropov & Chad Hansen

You're no idiot, of course. You know Taoism is one of the world's oldest religions, based on simplicity and balance. However, you may not know it has important parallels with modern Western life: health, ecology,...


Missionaries, Mercenaries and Misfits

by Russell Wolford & Patricia Wolford

In 1986, Mogadishu, Somalia, was the safest capital in Africa. The people were nomads and their world view was different than that of Westerners. Somalia was an isolated and unique place. It was partitioned...


Messages in the Mall: Looking at Life in 600 Words or Less

by Paul V. Marshall

This compilation engages the secular culture and to bring the church's message to it by commenting on the realities of the human condition and on issues of general interest.


Race: Changing Society and the Churches

by Kenneth Leech

"Race does not exist. Yet in this extraordinary book Ken Leech exposes how racism grips the imaginations of Christian and non-Christian alike, shaping our relations with one another and having disastrous results...


What Size Are God's Shoes: Kids, Chaos, and the Spiritual Life

by Barbara Cawthorne Crafton

Through 4 insightful and engaging essays, Schenck helps us encounter God through the chaos of everyday life. The divine presence weaves its way into a family room fish tank, a child's probing questions, the...


Seeing God in Diversity: Exodus and Acts

by Angela Bauer-Levesque

A biblical study of two major Christian stories and how they shape our thinking about oppression.


Praying Thieves and the God Who Loves Them No Matter What

by Anne Marie Drew

Many people who are living in sin feel unworthy of God's attention, but this is when prayer is more vital than ever. Looking at the seven deadly sins, Drew uses stories from the Bible, from classic literature,...


Preaching as Prophetic Calling

by David J. Schlafer

Preaching as Prophetic Calling is the twelfth in a series of books devoted to presenting examples of preaching excellence from parishes throughout the Episcopal Church. This volume addresses the difficult and...