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  1. Open the Doors and See All the People

    Norma Cook Everist

    Wipf and Stock / JUN 2016

    This journey book invites the reader to go with the author on her travels to dozens of congregations all over the United States, discovering their assets and strengths as well as their struggles... read more »
  2. A Witness

    Renee Splichal Larson, Jennifer Agee

    Resource / MAR 2016

    The 2010 earthquake in Haiti buried Renee Splichal Larson in concrete rubble, killing her husband and leaving her a widow at age 27. Surviving only to be overwhelmed by loss and trauma, she... read more »
  3. Seventy Images of Grace in the Epistles . . .

    Norma Cook Everist

    Cascade / JUL 2015

    How can faith speak directly to people's real lives? How can conversation around Scripture make "all the difference" in the arenas of one's daily world? People who have heard the Bible many... read more »
  4. What Cannot Be Fixed

    Jill Pelaez Baumgaertner

    Cascade / FEB 2014

    What Cannot Be Fixed is anchored in the terrain of the broken world: the old Adam, the prodigal son, loneliness, exile, and Christ's cries of abandonment on the cross. There is much that... read more »
  5. The Modern Schism

    Martin E. Marty

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2012

    The reality of the secular has come to obsess modern religious thinkers, notes Martin E. Marty. This volume analyzes from the first time the complex story of THE MODERN SCHISM, an episode in the... read more »
  6. The Public Church

    Martin E. Marty

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2012

    This is the first book to discern and spell out the fascinating coalescence of churches in America today. Drawing on mainline Protestantism, the newer evangelicalism, and Roman Catholicism, this... read more »
  7. Partners in Care

    Frederick Reklau, R. Scott Perry

    Resource / MAY 2010

    The needs for and the benefits of holistic health care--care that extends to the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of individuals--have been well known for 2,500 years or so. But... read more »
  8. Ministry on the Edge

    Kenneth L. Vaux

    Wipf and Stock / APR 2010

    Ministry on the Edge tells the story of Dr. Kenneth Vaux's long-standing career as theologian and minister--the first bio-ethicist, a civil rights advocate, and interfaith pioneer. Through a... read more »
  9. A Cry of Absence

    Martin E. Marty

    Wipf and Stock / NOV 2009

    Beginning with the Psalms and adding the distilled wisdom of years of study and writing, Martin Marty offers a meditation marked by insight, strength, and a sure, sober faith. Throughout A Cry... read more »
  10. The Place of Bonhoeffer

    Martin E. Marty

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2009

    With essays by Peter Berger, George Forell, Reginald Fuller, Walter Harrelson, Franklin Littell, Jaroslav Pelikan, Franklin Sherman, all under the editorship of Martin Marty.

    Less than two... read more »

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