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Love without Limits

by Meagan Logsdon

Part memoir, part theological exploration, Jacqueline A. Bussie’s Love Without Limits examines what it means to love unconditionally in an increasingly divided world. From a Christian perspective, Bussie employs personal anecdotes and... Read More

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Jezebel Unhinged

by Claire Foster

Black womanhood is a complex, deeply provocative subject that exists at the intersection of multiple identities. Tamura Lomax’s new book "Jezebel Unhinged" is a phenomenal work that investigates the role of the church in constraining... Read More

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Safe Haven of Jesus

by Jeremiah Rood

Safe Haven is a challenging inspirational book that imparts some exciting ideas. Steve Turnwald’s unconventional faith development book "Safe Haven of Jesus" has a strong mystical edge. Safe Haven is an organized compilation of three... Read More

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The Journey

by Edith Wairimu

Interesting and straightforward, "The Journey" encourages living a life that befits Jesus’s sacrifice. Linda Letkemann’s "The Journey" is a guide to overcoming stress and growing in the Christian faith to enjoy the life that... Read More

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Dial In

by Philip J. Kowalski

Situating Soka Buddhism within world history, this book defines a curious and esoteric religious sect. J. M. Walsh’s "Dial In" employs the metaphor of a radio dial in its discussion of Soka Buddhism, arguing that one must tune in very... Read More

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