Books in category Religion – Christianity

  • Mortal Follies

    Mortal Follies
    William Murchison

    Mortal Follies is the story of the Episcopal Church's mad dash to catch up with a secular culture fond of self-expression and blissfully relaxed as to norms and truths.

  • Paul s Glory Christology

    Paul’s Glory-Christology
    Carey C. Newman

    " By using methodology developed in semantics, semiotics, and, more generally, literary theory, Newman examines the origin and rhetoric of Paul's Glory-Christology.The investigation involves three distinct tasks: (1) to plot the tradition …

  • Padre Pio

    Padre Pio
    Sergio Luzzatto

    Granted unprecedented access to the Vatican archives, Luzzatto has also unearthed a letter from Padre Pio himself in which the monk asks for a secret delivery of carbolic acid—a discovery which helps explain why two successive popes …

  • The Christian Pastor

    The Christian Pastor
    Wayne E. Oates, Wayne Edward Oates

    A standard work in seminaries and a reliable guide for clergy in many denominations for over thirty years, The Christian Pastor has been revised to include up-to-date research on the role of pastors in contemporary life.

  • Return to Rome

    Return to Rome
    Francis J. Beckwith

    This provocative book details Beckwith's journey, focusing on his internal dialogue between the Protestant theology he embraced for most of his adult life and Catholicism.

  • Alterations of State

    Alterations of State
    Richard McCoy

    McCoy explains why religious devotion to the royal person became both more acute and more problematic during England's turbulent seventeenth century.

  • Not Sure

    Not Sure
    John D. Suk

    In Not Sure Suk takes readers on an eyes-wide-open, deeply personal voyage through the past and present of Christian belief, reexamining Christian faith — in his own life and in fifteen centuries of Christian history — through a skeptic's …

  • Desert Father

    Desert Father
    James Cowan

    Here is the stunning account of a modern seeker's quest to get beneath the legends that surround Anthony and to determine whether his extreme way of life has something to offer people in today's world.

  • Knowing God 101

    Knowing God 101
    Bruce Bickel, Stan Jantz

    This book is brimming with joy! Readers of all backgrounds will love the inspiring descriptions of God's nature, His personality, and His activities.

  • Chapter Two

    Chapter Two
    Brother Roland

    There is more than twenty years of directions written in this book, to bring me where I am today. This book will give you a twenty-year advantage over someone just starting out.

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