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Walking the Way of Sorrows: Stations of the Cross

by Noyes Capehart

On Good Friday and throughout Lent, Christian congregations around the world walk the Stations of the Cross in commemoration of Jesus' walk to Calvary. This book is a fresh resource for those wanting to explore...


The American Evangelical Story: A History of the Movement

by Douglas A. Sweeney

Surveys the role American evangelicalism has had in shaping global evangelical history.


Like a Hammer Shattering Rock

by Megan Mckenna

Renowned Catholic author Megan McKenna celebrates her 50th book with a controversial interpretation of the Gospels of Mark, Matthew, Luke, and John and what they mean for the Church and society today.

In many...


Lent With Evelyn Underhill

by G. P. Mellick Belshaw

Culled from Underhill's writings, these daily readings for Lent guide readers ever deeper into the interior life in the mystical Christian tradition.


The Eighteenth-Century Novel and the Secularization of Ethics

by Carol Stewart

Linking the decline in Church authority in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries with the increasing respectability of fiction, Carol Stewart provides a new perspective on the rise of the novel....


The Ashgate Research Companion to the Counter-Reformation

by Alexandra Bamji & Geert H. Janssen

The Ashgate Research Companion to the Counter-Reformation presents a comprehensive examination of recent scholarship on early modern Catholicism in its many guises. It examines how the Tridentine reforms inspired...


Jeremias Drexel's 'Christian Zodiac': Seventeenth-Century Publishing Sensation. a Critical Edition, Translated and with an Introduction & Notes

by Nicholas J. Crowe

First published in 1622, Jeremias Drexel's 'Zodiacus christianus' (or 'Christian Zodiac') was a remarkable work of religious iconography and spiritual self-help. Offering the first modern translation into English...


Memory and Commemoration in Medieval Culture

by Elma Brenner & Meredith Cohen

Focusing on France but incorporating studies from further afield, this collection of essays marks an important new contribution to the study of medieval memory and commemoration. Arranged thematically, each...


The A to Z of New Age Movements

by Michael York

The A to Z of New Age Movements furnishes profiles and explanations of New Age spokespeople and leaders, of a range of human potential and self-help practices, of countercultural spiritual developments, and...


The Positive Thinkers

by Donald Meyer

The subject of Professor Meyer's superb study concerns the dissolution of the Protestant ethic, its relationship to a general failure of nerve within the American community, and the consequent rise of a pseudo-theology...


Discovering the City of Sodom: The Fascinating, True Account of the Discovery of the Old Testament's Most Infamous City

by Dr. Steven Collins & Dr. Latayne C. Scott

Like many Christians today in the academic world, Dr. Steven Collins felt pulled in different directions when it came to apparent conflicts between the Bible and scholarly research and theory—an intellectual...


How the Doctrine of Incarnation Shaped Western Culture

by Patricia Ranft

Recent scholars from numerous disciples have promoted an intriguing yet undocumented thesis, that the doctrine of the Incarnation had an inordinate influence on the shape of Western culture. This study offers...


The Savage War: The Untold Battles of Afghanistan

by Murray Brewster

On the tenth anniversary of Canada's involvement, a leading journalist offers a fascinating assessment of Canada's past and present role in the Afghan war

Of the 33,000 troops under NATO command in Afghanistan...


The Third Miracle: An Ordinary Man, a Medical Mystery, and a Trial of Faith

by Bill Briggs

Part detective story and part courtroom drama—with a touch of the supernatural—The Third Miracle exposes, for the first time ever, the secret rituals and investigations the Catholic Church today undertakes...


Christian Beginnings: From Nazareth to Nicaea

by Geza Vermes

The creation of the Christian Church is one of the most important stories in the development of the world's history, but also one of the most enigmatic and little understood, shrouded in mystery and misunderstanding....


The Devil Within: Possession and Exorcism in the Christian West

by Brian Levack

In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the era of the Reformation, thousands of Europeans were thought to be possessed by demons. In response to their horrifying symptoms-violent convulsions, displays of...


The Conclave: A Sometimes Secret and Occasionally Bloody History of Papal Elections

by Michael Walsh

Prominent Catholic historian Michael Walsh takes readers through the history of conclaves, the highly secretive combination of rituals and politics designed to select a new leader for the world's Catholic population....


Pilgrimage in the Hindu Tradition: Salvific Space

by Knut A. Jacobsen

Salvific space is one of the central ideas in the Hindu traditions of pilgrimage, and concerns the ability of space, especially sites associated with bodies of water such as rivers and lakes, to grant salvific...


And Man Created God

by Selina O'Grady

At the time of Jesus’ birth , the world was full of gods. Thousands of them jostled, competed and merged with one another. In Syria ecstatic devotees castrated themselves in the streets to become priests of...


Wakefield Diocese: Celebrating 125 years

by Kate Taylor

The 125 years since the Diocese of Wakefield was formed have seen immense changes both within the Church and society. As part of its anniversary celebrations, and as the diocese contemplates a changing future,...