Books in category Religion – Faith

  • Why Faith Your Guide to Surviving and Thriving in Tough Times

    Why Faith?” Your Guide to Surviving and Thriving in Tough Times”
    A. G. Green

    "Why Faith?" is considered by many reputable preachers to be a new classic book on faith by which future books are measured. This book is guaranteed to introduce you to faith and hope in a new and unique light.

  • Talking God Philosophers on Belief

    Talking God: Philosophers on Belief
    Gary Gutting

    Along the way, Gary Gutting and his interviewees challenge many common assumptions about religious beliefs.

  • Darwin s Demise

    Darwin’s Demise
    Joe White, Nicholas Comninellis

    For young people confused about the contradictory messages they hear from church teachings and secular science, evolution can be intimidating.

  • When GOD Winks on Love

    When GOD Winks on Love
    SQuire Rushnell

    Draws on the premise that coincidences are messages from a higher power, sharing personal and celebrity stories while instructing readers on how to map unexpected events and recognize other spiritual signs in order to enrich personal …

  • Christ and Culture

    Christ and Culture
    Graham Ward

    This work by Graham Ward, one of the most visionary theologians of his generation, contains nine interrelated studies of representations of Christ.

  • I Want You to Be

    I Want You to Be
    Tomáš Halík

    As in previous books, this volume links spiritual and theological/philosophical topics with a tentative diagnosis of our times. This is theology written on one’s knees; Halik is as much a spiritual writer as a theologian.

  • Writings of a Common Man

    Writings of a Common Man
    Jim Schuck

    Schuck explores how people can work their way out of depression and regain their faith. The author shares letters to his wife–now deceased–as well as editorials and commentaries about life. (Practical Life)

  • Picturing Faith

    Picturing Faith
    Colleen McDannell

    Describes how a group of photographers–including Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, and Gordon Parks–were commissioned to capture in photographs the economic struggle and social dislocation of the Depression but who also captured a nation rich …

  • Can God Be Trusted

    Can God Be Trusted?
    John Gordon Stackhouse

    Why does an all-powerful, all good God allow evil to happen? This book offers a lucid and accessible overview of this intractable problem.

  • The Wisdom of the Desert

    The Wisdom of the Desert
    Thomas Merton

    The Wisdom of the Desert was one of Thomas Merton's favorites among his own books—surely because he had hoped to spend his last years as a hermit.

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