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A Marked Heart

by C. William Gee

Determining one’s purpose in life is often difficult. In "A Marked Heart", David Ball recounts his lifelong struggle to make peace between his Christian upbringing and his desires for secular success and influence. Beginning with his... Read More

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Politics of Death

by C. William Gee

Death and taxes may be two of the inevitabilities of life, but for some there are options when it comes to how and when to die. In "Politics of Death", William Kirtley analyzes how Oregon’s 1997 Death with Dignity Act came into... Read More

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Terra Forma

by C. William Gee

The year is 2047 and scientist James Kennedy has convinced governments throughout the world to move beyond their differences and the lingering threat of terrorism in order to work collaboratively to “terraform” Mars for colonization.... Read More

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Sacred Acts

by C. William Gee

In Genesis, God is recorded to have made humans the stewards of his creation, yet many Christians and churches have largely overlooked this primary responsibility. In "Sacred Acts", Mallory McDuff, a professor at Warren Wilson College,... Read More

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Brainwork

by C. William Gee

Results of scientific studies are frequently reported between breaking news without much context or application. In "Brainwork", Dr. David Sousa succinctly explains how business executives can apply the findings of recent reports on... Read More

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Your Church is Too Safe

by C. William Gee

Nothing less than a transformation is the call for today’s Christians and their churches in Your ChurchIis Too Safe. Mark Buchanan calls Christians to embrace the radical, transformative love given by Jesus Christ and to share it with... Read More

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Sufism for Western Seekers

by C. William Gee

Shaping one’s reality and directing one’s thoughts and actions are among the mystical teachings within Dr. Stewart Bitkoff’s newest book on Sufism. In this personal, semi-biographic spiritual guide, Sufism itself is redefined as... Read More

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Echoes of Perennial Wisdom

by C. William Gee

“It is less the pettinesses of the world that poison us than the fact of thinking of them too much.” This and hundreds of other excerpts from the writings from the internationally renowned theologian and author Frithjof Schuon are... Read More

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