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  1. Politics and Drama

    Onder Cakirtas

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2019

    By comparing the literary works of two of the greatest playwrights of our time, Önder Cakirtas reveals the similarities and contrasts between their political views and the political... read more »
  2. Poetry Night at the Ballpark and Other Scenes from an Alternative America

    Bill Kauffman

    Front Porch Republic / JUN 2015

    Bill Kauffman has carved out an idiosyncratic identity quite unlike any other American writer. Praised by the likes of Gore Vidal, Benjamin Schwarz, and George McGovern, he has, with a distinctive... read more »
  3. Pieces of Justice

    Ken R. Abell

    Resource / FEB 2016

    Pieces of Justice is a tale on the move that continues the adventures of Deacon Coburn and company which began in Days of Purgatory. The everlasting conflict between good and evil weaves its... read more »
  4. Peace and Justice

    Harry J. Huebner, Hajj Muhammad Legenhausen

    Wipf and Stock / JUL 2018

    “. . . while the goal of inter-religious dialogue is sometimes thought to be a single religious understanding, that proves to be a mistake, and a dangerous one, because of its tendency to... read more »
  5. Ordinary Time

    Michael D. Riley

    Resource / APR 2016

    Liturgy is the golden chore; the ineffable becomes as practical as a calendar or a loaf of bread. The Son of God becomes the Son of Man and briefly walks among us, Love itself incarnate in the life... read more »
  6. On the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals

    William Harvey, Jarrett A. Carty

    Resource / AUG 2016

    William Harvey's On the Motion of the Heart and Blood in Animals is a classic work of the scientific revolution and of modern medicine, for in it he famously argued, with extensive evidence... read more »
  7. Now That's Funny

    Jack Lord

    Resource / NOV 2017

    Do you desire something to perk up the attention of the listeners? Do they look and act completely bored? Or have gone to sleep?

    Wake them up with some humor!!!!
  8. Nightmares of Terror

    Ken R. Abell

    Resource / FEB 2015

    Nightmares of Terror, continuing the saga that began in Days of Purgatory, is set in and around Dodge City in 1882. Several characters are having their sleep disturbed by dreams that... read more »
  9. Mongolian Proverbs

    Janice Raymond

    Resource / AUG 2014

    Mongolian proverbs reveal important values, while at the same time concealing them. They show the honorable destiny that comes with a good name and the shameful future connected with a bad... read more »
  10. Master Kierkegaard: Summer 1847

    Ellen Brown

    Cascade / MAR 2011

    Master Kierkegaard is a diary kept by a fictional servant in the house of Soren Kierkegaard. The strong-willed but faithful Magda, a well-educated and "fallen" woman from Berlin, considers herself... read more »

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