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At a young age, Peter Hitchens, brother of prominent atheist Christopher Hitchens, burned his Bible and repudiated Christianity, later
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Melody is a smart, funny fifth grader who has cerebral palsy.
In the very proper English town of Edgecombe St. Mary, retired Army major Ernest Pettigrew has problems.
On April 4, 1968, James Earl Ray shot and killed Martin Luther King Jr. in Memphis, Tenn.
Stanley Hauerwas says we can’t understand the “what” of Christianity without knowing the “how” of being
For Jeanne Murray Walker, poetry is puzzling but necessary.
In a profound yet clearly understandable manner, N. T.
The fastest long-distance runners are from a secreti
Danger lurks on t
Hunger and poverty are the result of our sinful selfishness that subverts values and warps distribution systems.
In this book, Anchee Min admirably achieves her goal: t
Based on the National Study of Youth and Religion—the same survey as Christian Smith’s Soul Searching—this fascinati
When Patricia MacLachlan was asked to write a book about her life as an author, she responded with a fictional account of a visiting&n
Olivia Tschetter leaves her doctoral defense to learn that her mother has died.
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- Finding God in Difficult Transitions
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In his astute critique of e-mail, John Freeman frames the vast changes wrought by the Internet in the context of 4,000 years of histor
While the Chicken Soup franchise of books never quite satisfied me, this collection of essays serves up something truly rich—the
In this fictional picture book based on the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, Junior is trapped beneath rubble.
Gudenkauf's first novel narrates child abduction in cold, chiseled strokes.