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Porphyry in Fragments: Reception of an Anti-Christian Text in Late Antiquity

by Ariane Magny

The Greek philosopher Porphyry of Tyre had a reputation as the fiercest critic of Christianity. It was well-deserved: he composed fifteen discourses against the Christians, so offensive that Christian emperors...


Azusa Street: An Eyewitness Account to the Birth of the Pentecostal Revival

by Frank Bartleman

Your faith will explode as you read Bartleman's challenging insights into faith-filled living from his experiences at Azusa Street. Then you will know how to be an instrument of God's love and healing to others,...


Sydney Anglicans

by Stephen Judd & Kenneth Cable

From its origins as a convict chaplaincy to the challenges of expansion today, Sydney Diocese has grown through turbulent years of Church-State controversy and the traumas of economic depression and war. Throughout...


Original Sin: Sex, Drugs, and the Church

by David C. A. Hillman

ORIGINAL SIN is an investigation of sacred Christian mysteries of antiquity to show the historic link between the use of drugs and ritualized sex embedded in Western religion.

ORIGINAL SIN is an investigation...


Christianity: The Basics

by Bruce Chilton

Christianity: The Basics is a compelling introduction to both the central pillars of the Christian faith and the rich and varied history of this most global of global religions. This book traces the development...


Religion in America Since 1945: A History

by Patrick Allitt

Moving far beyond the realm of traditional "church history," Patrick Allitt here offers a vigorous and erudite survey of the broad canvas of American religion since World War II. Identifying the major trends...


Halloween: Harmless Fun or Risky Business?

by Diana Wallis Taylor

Most people consider Halloween to be a harmless occasion for children to wear costumes and collect candy. But there is a lot more behind the holiday, both historical and spiritual that Christians may want to...


Christ and His Church: An Overview of the History of Christianity

by Frank Lanza

It has been said that history repeats itself because no one is listening. But the truth is that history repeats itself because through it God is speaking, for those who want to hear.

 

This book will help those...


Archbishop Pole

by John Edwards

This fresh exploration of the life, work and writing of Archbishop Pole, focuses particularly on Pole's final years (1556-58) as Archbishop of Canterbury. Stressing the events and character of Pole's 'English'...


A Hermit's Cookbook: Monks, Food and Fasting in the Middle Ages

by Andrew Jotischky

The Egyptian hermit Onuphrios was said to have lived entirely on dates, and perhaps the most famous of all hermits, John the Baptist, on locusts and wild honey. Was it really possible to sustain life on so little...


Metrical Psalmody in Print and Practice: English 'Singing Psalms' and Scottish 'Psalm Buiks', c. 1547-1640

by Timothy Duguid

During the Reformation, the Book of Psalms became one of the most well-known books of the Bible. This was particularly true in Britain, where people of all backgrounds memorized and sang poetic versifications...


A Genetic History of New England Theology (Routledge Revivals)

by Frank Hugh Foster

First published in 1907, this text provides a scientific treatment of New England theology and American dogmatic history. Frank Hugh Foster analyses the eighteenth-century rise of the school of New England theology,...


The Trials of Margaret Clitherow: Persecution, Martyrdom and the Politics of Sanctity in Elizabethan England

by Peter Lake & Michael Questier

This is a new biography of a Catholic martyr exploring the complicated and controversial story of her demise. The story of Margaret Clitherow represents one of the most important yet troubling events in post-Reformation...


Valentine Promises: Heartfelt Reminders of True Love

by LeAnn Weiss

Speaking straight to a woman's heart, readers will be inspired by heartfelt stories of enduring love, surprising love, a second chance at love, long-distance love, and more, all of which point to a God who loves...


The Passionate Journey

by Marty A. Bullis & Eugene Peterson

Through 47 Lenten devotions comprising guided reflection, Scripture reading, journaling, silence, and prayer, we are drawn into the peace that is generated by solitude, and prompted to reorganize our priorities,...


The Miraculous Journey: Anticipating God in the Christmas Season

by Marty A. Bullis & Eugene Peterson

In the midst of the hustle and bustle of the weeks leading up to Christmas, we sometimes forget what it's all about. These 29 daily Advent devotions help readers attend to the gospel story of Jesus in deeper,...


Zoroastrianism: A Guide for the Perplexed: A Guide for the Perplexed

by Jenny Rose

The significance of the Zoroastrian religion in the development of the history of thought is often only mentioned in passing, or is completely overlooked. Zoroastrianism has developed over a span of at least...


Eve and Mary: The Search for Lost Beauty and Sensuality

by Frank Shapiro

The first pope could have been a woman. So what went wrong?


Witches and Witchcraft

by David Nash

In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, entire communities, particularly in central Europe were gripped by a fear of witches and witchcraft, and pursued witches in order to bring them to justice. Professor...


Hinge Points of History

by John Hunsuck

Through his over 80 years of observation, John Hunsuck has witnessed how the hinge points of history have occurred without much fanfare. Nevertheless, they are later examined and reported by thoughtful students....