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The Church in Brazil: The Politics of Religion

by Thomas C. Bruneau

In 1980, Brazil was the largest Roman Catholic country in the world, with 90 percent of its more than 120 million people numbered among the faithful. The Church hierarchy became aware, however, that the religion...


One Word From God Can Change Your Nation

by Kenneth Copeland & Gloria Copeland

God wants you to experience heaven on earth. But if you live in a nation that's filled with poverty, immorality, and violent crime, that may seem impossible. Yet, it's not. As a Christian, you have the spiritual...


One Nation Under God: The Rise or Fall of a Nation

by Bob Yandian

Bob Yandian discusses the Bible's answer to how crime and immorality can be stopped and what can be done to save our nation. Included in the topics he considers are:

  • Authority in the home
  • Crime and immorality...


In Allah They Trust: Understanding the Spirit Behind Islam And How To Stop Its Advance on America, Our Freedom And The Church

by Kamran Karimi

If the thought of covering America's beloved Statue of Liberty in a Burka bothers you, then this book is for you. Sound ridiculous? Who would dream of desecrating America's eminent symbol of freedom? Islamic...


Make Your Mark: Getting Right What Samson Got Wrong

by Brad Gray

Wrestling with our calling in life is a fundamental struggle for just about everyone. Who are we supposed to be? How are we supposed to live? What are we supposed to do? These are all questions many of us grapple...


Our Great Big American God: A Short History of Our Ever-Growing Deity

by Matthew Paul Turner

Americans love God. We stamp God on our money, our bumper stickers, and our bodies. Yet culture critic Matthew Paul Turner says that God didn't just change America-America changed God. As a result, do we even...


Recovering the Female Voice in Islamic Scripture: Women and Silence

by Georgina L. Jardim

This book finds that far from silencing women, the Qur`an affirms the female voice as protester for justice and as questioner of Theology. In this reading of the female role in divine revelation in the Islamic...


Living in the Shadow of the Cross: Understanding and Resisting the Power and Privilege of Christian Hegemony

by Paul Kivel

How our dominant Christian worldview shapes everything from personal behavior to public policy (and what to do about it)


Their Second Republic: Islamism in the Sudan from Disintegration to Oblivion

by Abdullahi A. Gallab

Building on his successful book, The First Islamist Republic Abdullahi A. Gallab's Their Second Republic: Islamism in the Sudan from Disintegration to Oblivion deals with Islamism, its representations, history,...


Beyond Consolation: How we became too "clever" for God and our own good

by John Waters

In the late spring of 2008 the acclaimed Irish writer Nuala O' Faolain went on a national Irish radio programme to tell the Irish people that she was dying of cancer. She was frightened of death and of the short...


The Judas Church: An Obsession With Sex

by Kevin Carey

"That the Church of England should have spent so much energy on two matters of relative unimportance is bad enough. That this should have happened during the sharpest economic downturn since the early 1930s,...


A History of Medieval Heresy and Inquisition

by Jennifer Kolpacoff Deane

This concise and balanced survey of heresy and inquisition in the Middle Ages examines the dynamic interplay between competing medieval notions of Christian observance, tracing the escalating confrontations...


Historical Dictionary of the Reformed Churches

by Robert Benedetto

The second edition of the Historical Dictionary of the Reformed Churches contains information on the major personalities, events, facts, movements, and beliefs of the Reformed churches.


Alchemy of Thought

by Ozer Ucuran Ciller & Figen Cakir

The author continues his quest to discover and know the Creator, and to align his Islamic-originated religious beliefs with the discoveries made by philosophers and scientists. In this work, Ciller differentiates...


Infotheism/God's Information: Strengthening the Dialogue Between Religions

by Ozer Ucuran Ciller & Adnan Tonguc

Turkish author Ozer Ciller continues his science-based quest to illuminate "the all-enveloping knowledge of God and his universal laws." A Muslim by persuasion, Ciller bases his proofs on the integration of...


A New Kind of Conservative

by Joel C. Hunter

A provocative look at how faith and politics interact in America, giving civic-minded people a balanced, biblically-based approach to political involvement. Hunter addresses environment, poverty, abortion, homosexuality,...


The Future of Blasphemy: Speaking of the Sacred in an Age of Human Rights

by Austin Dacey

In the days of Moses, blasphemy was the mortal offence of failing to respect the divine. In an age of human rights, blasphemy is understood as a failure to respect persons, as insult, defamation, or "advocacy...


Religion in Public and Private Life (Routledge Revivals)

by Clarke E. Cochran

Religious crosses the spheres of both the private life and the public institution. In a liberal democracy, public and private interests and goals prove to be inseparable. Clarke Cochran's interdisciplinary study...


Religions of South Africa (Routledge Revivals)

by David Chidester

First published in 1992, this title explores the religious diversity of South Africa, organizing it into a single coherent narrative and providing the first comparative study and introduction to the topic. David...


From Darwin To Design: The Journey of a Mathematics Professor from Atheism to Faith

by C. L. Cagan & Robert Hymers

From Darwin to Design shows how Dr. Cagan, a staunch atheist, gradually began realizing that the laws governing the universe are too precise to point to anything but Intelligent Design. This surprising information...