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So Many Christians, So Few Lions

by George Yancey & David A. Williamson

So Many Christians, So Few Lions is a provocative look at anti-Christian sentiments in America. This book does not attempt to discuss the prevalence of Christianophobia in the U.S., but rather to document it...


John Calvin and The Reformation of the Refugees

by Heiko Oberman

Heiko A. Oberman dedicated the last fifteen years of his scholarly career to the study of John Calvin and the pan-European movement he launched, described by Oberman as the "Reformation of the Refugees". In...


John Calvin and the daughters of Sarah : Women in regular and exceptional roles in the exegesis of Calvin, his predecessors and his contemporaries

by John Lee Thompson

Calvin encouraged female education and, with other reformers, positively reevaluated marriage. This study focuses on the place of women in his exegesis, both Old and New Testament, comparing it with that of...


Be Not Afraid!

by Frederic M. Roberts

In this in-depth study of eight diverse mainline Protestant congregations, anthropologist Fredric Roberts finds that when local congregations are evaluated by spiritual and religious standards instead of corporate-...


Part of the One Church?

by Roger Greenacre

Offers a classical understanding of the Church of England?s identity and its place as part of the wider Church. It explores the theological principles behind Anglo-Catholic views of the ordination of women,...


Henry VIII and the Anabaptists

by Albert Pleysier

Henry VIII and the Anabaptists describes a bloody chapter in the reign of the infamous Tudor king. The book begins with the birth of Anabaptism in the city of Zurich and follows the Anabaptists as they search...


American Protestants and the Debate over the Vietnam War

by George Bogaski

As American soldiers fought overseas in Vietnam, American churchmen debated the legitimacy and impact of the war at home. While the justness of the war was the primary issue, they also argued over conscientious...


Living with Conflict

by Susan Robson

In Living with Conflict: A Challenge to a Peace Church, Susan Robson explores the discomforts and denials that can arise when an organization committed to doing good suspects that it is not living up to its...


John Flavel

by Brian H. Cosby

A nonconformist, unifier, husband of three deceased wives, victim of religious persecution, and author of what has been collected into six volumes of reprinted Works, John Flavel (c.1630-1691) of Dartmouth,...


Thirty Nine New Articles

by Martyn Percy

Thirty Nine New Articles offers a vision of a fresh, generous, contemporary Anglican faith and life. Inspired by the original Thirty Nine Articles of Religion, the Church of England?s historic statement of belief,...


In Pursuit of Religious Freedom

by Philip Stephan

In Pursuit of Religious Freedom is the story of Martin Stephan, a religious leader whose life was filled with both personal and spiritual crises. Born into a family whose fifteenth_and sixteenth_century ancestors...


Brahmin Prophet

by Gillis J. Harp

The Reverend Phillips Brooks, author of the beloved Christmas Carol, O Little Town of Bethlehem, was undeniably one of the most popular preachers of Gilded Age America. However, very few critical studies of...


Waiting for the Wonder

by Katerina Katsarka Whitley

Imagine the hushed excitement and the vivid anticipation of a child on Christmas Eve. How much more intense that anticipation must have been for those who waited for the wonder of the very first Christmas. From...


The Genevan Reformation and the American Founding

by David W. Hall

In this provocative study, David W. Hall argues that Calvinism had a greater influence on America's founders than contemporary scholars, and perhaps even the founders themselves, have understood. Calvinism's...


She Who Prays

by Jane Richardson Jensen

She Who Prays: A Woman?s Interfaith Prayer Book offers women a new way to pray. Drawing on feminine images of God ? and on the language and experience of women ? it helps women tap into their own rich and unique...


Prayer of the HeArt

by Kelly Schneider Conkling

Down through the centuries, people of faith have known that prayer has many languages, and not all of them have words. Here in Prayer of the HeArt, readers will learn to use art as a way to open up a deep conversation...


How Can I Let Go If I Don't Know I'm Holding On?

by Linda Douty

Letting go isn?t just saying good-bye to people, places, and things?as important as they may be. It?s also about letting go of attitudes and ideas?such as perfectionism, resentment, worry, and judgmentalism?that...


Destiny and Decision

by Fred R. Zimmerman

In this autobiography of a Christian minister, Fred R. Zimmerman tells the story of his life on the stage of world events that affected him either directly or indirectly. Born to be a minister, he first became...


Mission-shaped Parish

by Tim Sledge

This is a practical how-to guide introducing new, mission-shaped practices in a traditional parish setting. This book looks at the church?s bread-and-butter activities ? worship, pastoral contacts, civic and...


A Complete Parish Priest Peter Green (1871-1961)

by Frank Sargeant

Peter Green is a legend in the Diocese of Manchester, and a figure held up as an example, whose writing featured in my confirmation preparation long ago. His writings emphasise the need for the Anglo-Catholic...