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  1. Spirits Eat Ripe Papaya

    Bill Svelmoe

    Resource / APR 2010

    Philip Andrews arrives on the mission field with outwardly impeccable credentials. He's a preacher's kid and a lifelong evangelical Protestant who has been recruited to teach the seventh and eighth... read more »
  2. Sonnets

    Jeffrey Jay Niehaus

    Resource / FEB 2014

    When Weirton Steel was powerful and poured
    Columns of smoke and fumes into the air
    North of Martins Ferry in the valley
    And orange water tumbled from its sluices
    Into an umber river... read more »
  3. Song of the Fool

    Hunter Sharpless

    Resource / SEP 2014

    When nineteen-year-old Hunter Sharpless e-mails roots rock band Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers, he doesn't expect a response. He wants to write a book about them. When his inbox chimes two hours... read more »
  4. So They Say

    Robert H. Mounce

    Resource / SEP 2014

    A good quotation states an insight so shrewdly that not only do you get it, but you can't seem to forget it. It loves to make you slow down and savor truth. These neat little extended metaphors... read more »
  5. Six Biblical Plays for Contemporary Audiences

    Robin Gallaher Branch

    Cascade / JUN 2016

    Fills a Need: For biblically based, thoroughly researched plays for a general audience.

    Is Fun: Laugh as members of the body of Christ sing and dance their way into your church. See... read more »
  6. Sing, Lost Soul

    Karl Coppock

    Wipf and Stock / JUN 2017

    Sing, Lost Soul is a celebration, a commemoration, an observance, an ode. Textured by time and toned by the world, this collection lauds life in both its profundity and simplicity. There is... read more »
  7. Shakespeare's Derived Imagery

    John Erskine Hankins

    Wipf and Stock / DEC 2016

  8. Runagates in Scarceness

    O.C. Edwards, Jr.

    Resource / NOV 2013

    Runagates in Scarceness tells of a murder that took place in a fictitious Episcopal seminary in Indiana during the Vietnam War. The victim is a student there who represented the flower-child... read more »
  9. Romantic Trapezoid

    Victor L. Cahn

    Resource / JAN 2010

    In this witty and ironic novel, Melissa and Dave claim to love each other, but clash as to how the relationship should proceed. Their predicament is complicated by Beth, who brazenly asserts her... read more »
  10. Reflections on Old Age

    Cornelius F. Murphy, Jr.

    Resource / APR 2015

    The English writer E. M. Forster described old age as "a seductive combination of increased wisdom and decaying powers to which too little intelligence is devoted." This book is a response to that... read more »

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