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If God Is Love, Don't Be a Jerk

by Kristen Rabe

John Pavlovitz’s If God Is Love, Don’t Be a Jerk issues a passionate, timely plea for Christians to return to a faith of love and service. Organized religion has missed the mark, Pavlovitz argues. By implying that white Americans are... Read More

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Historical Accuracy

by Joseph S. Pete

The informative and passionate textual survey "Historical Accuracy" reviews the veracity of biblical accounts. Inquisitive and scholarly, Steve Campbell’s religious text "Historical Accuracy" is about the historical backgrounds of... Read More

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Inner Alchemy

by Kristine Morris

This is a New Age text that not only teaches concepts, but works to train one’s mind, body, and spirit to take action in the world. Zulma Reyo’s New Age text "Inner Alchemy" is a practical, inspiring guide to the mastery and... Read More

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Hang On, Let Go

by Jeremiah Rood

Frank Viola’s book Hang On, Let Go, is about infusing one’s Christian spirituality with real guts. Viola draws on the tough-minded perspective of the New Testament’s James in his efforts to inspire people during hard times. When... Read More

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The God Beat

by Meredith Grahl Counts

"The God Beat" collects twenty-six unexpected, thought-provoking stories of belief. In the text, profiles of charismatic figures stand out, as of a hugging guru who tours Northern California in “Amma’s Cosmic Squeeze,” and of... Read More

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Ordinary Wonder

by Melissa Wuske

"Ordinary Wonder" collects the transformational wisdom of renowned, Western-born Zen teacher Charlotte Joko Beck. Beck’s work was foundational in developing communities of Zen practice in the United States, and her work in the early... Read More

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