573 books (29 pages) in this category
30 reflections to start or end your day
by Jennifer Rees Larcombe
<p>A collection of reflections and prayers that celebrate the "God moments" that populate every day. This small and beautiful book will allow even the busiest of people to find respite, to reflect, to be encouraged, and lead into the presence of
by Christopher Knight
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by Monica Duffy Toft
A fresh and illuminating perspective on the surge in religion's political influence across the globe.<br /> <br /> <p>Is religion a force for good or evil in world politics? How much influence does it have? Despite predictions of its decline, ...
by Patricia Beattie Jung
by Reza Aslan
<b>THE <i>NEW YORK TIMES</i> BESTSELLER</b><br><br>In<i> God</i>, Reza Aslan sheds new light on mankind's relationship with the divine and challenges our perspective on faith and the birth of religion. <br> <br>From the origins of spiritual ...
by Deepak Chopra
In Deepak Chopra's groundbreaking and imaginative new work, a unique blend of storytelling and teaching, the New York Times bestselling author explores the evolution of God. By capturing the lives of ten historical prophets, saints, mystics, and
by Mark Vernon
by A. C. Grayling
Drawing on the wisdom of 2,500 years of contemplative non-religious writing on all that it means to be human - from the origins of the universe to small matters of courtesy and kindness in everyday life - A. C. Grayling, Britain's most popular ...
by Philip Pullman
In this ingenious and spellbinding retelling of the life of Jesus, Philip Pullman reimagines the most influential story ever told. Charged with mystery, compassion and great power, <i>The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ </i>says ...
by LEO TOLSTOY
Novelist, essayist, dramatist, and philosopher, Count Leo Tolstoy is most famous for his sprawling portraits of nineteenth-century Russian life, as recounted in Anna Karenina and War and Peace. But at the age of fifty, he endured a spiritual ...
by Mary-Anne Fahey
Eleven-year-old Grace only knows one world - the world of her mum and dad and twin brothers, and the strict religious community they belong to. But when her dad is thrown out of the church for asking questions, Grace is torn. How can she stay inAudio Book
by Max Lucado
For such a small book, Grace for the Moment© has had a major impact on countless lives. With more than 2,500,000 copies sold, this devotional continues to touch lives as it emphasizes the help and hope of God in everyday moments. Each daily
by JAMES M. CLARK
The remarkable mystic movement of fourteenth-century Germany produced three major writers-Eckhart, Tauler, and Suso-as well as a wide audience for their voluminous works. This survey chronicles the authors' lives, critiques their works, and ...
by Robert Graves
Including many of the greatest stories ever told - the labours of Hercules, the voyage of the Argonauts, Theseus and the minotaur, Midas and his golden touch, the Trojan War and Odysseus's journey home - Robert Graves's superb and comprehensive ...
by John Macarthur
Jesus Christ did not die on the cross so you and I could have a nice day.Ministers and teachers who water down the gospel of Christ in order to make it more popular and appealing may be leading their fun-loving audiences down the road to eternal
by Thomas Williams
In addition to being one of the best-loved books of all time, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is sure to set box-office records when it releases in theatres Christmas 2005. Distributed by Disney, directed by Andrew Adamson (director of ...
by Hans Boersma
<p>This collection assembles essays by eleven leading Catholic and evangelical theologians in an ecumenical discussion of the benefits ? and potential drawbacks ? of today?s burgeoning corpus of theological interpretation. The authors explore ...
by G. K. CHESTERTON
G. K. Chesterton, the ""Prince of Paradox,"" is at his witty best in this collection of twenty essays and articles from the turn of the twentieth century. Focusing on ""heretics"" - those who pride themselves on their superiority to conservative
by John D. Caputo
Is anything ever <i>not</i> an interpretation? <br>Does interpretation go all the way down? <br>Is there such a thing as a pure fact that is interpretation-free? If not, how are we supposed to know what to think and do? <br><br>These tantalizing
by W. J. WILKINS
Reflecting the spirit of East Indian myths, legends, and fables, these illustrations were compiled by one of the nineteenth century's foremost Orientalists. Edward Moor published The Hindu Pantheon in 1810, and this new volume draws upon his ...