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Sachiko

by Meg Nola

Set during World War II, Endō Shūsaku’s novel "Sachiko" shifts from the fated city of Nagasaki to the horrors of Auschwitz, developing versatile individual and intersecting perspectives with compassion. Christianity is not native to... Read More

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These Nameless Things

by Karen Rigby

In a purgatorial village that’s dwindled to nine members—all of whom were traumatized in a mountainous “city of suffering”—change is brewing. Shawn Smucker’s "These Nameless Things" is an enigmatic allegory on post-traumatic... Read More

Book Review

Humans

by Claire Foster

Mjomba and the Evil Ghost is a discursive novel concerned with the heresy that it views as inherent in scholarship; it works to justify the dogma of the Catholic Church. Joseph Luguya’s book Mjomba and the Evil Ghost involves a... Read More

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Time Worketh Patience

by John M. Murray

"Time Worketh Patience" is a faith-based romance in which an early crush reignites. In Melody Kay Heart’s novel "Time Worketh Patience", a young woman struggles with faith and unrequited, troublesome love. Michelle fell hard for her... Read More

Book Review

Shaken Awake

by Jeremiah Rood

"Shaken Awake" is a heartwarming Christian novel about a church waking up to change the world in necessary ways. Allen Madding’s gripping Christian novel, "Shaken Awake", imagines what might happen if a local church really tried to... Read More

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If I Were You

by Karen Rigby

In Lynn Austin’s tantalizing domestic drama, If I Were You, desperation and forgiveness are part of a classic upstairs/downstairs plot. In 1930s England, Eve was Audrey’s scullery maid and coveted her privilege. Audrey admired Eve... Read More

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