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  1. Voices on the Corner

    Harold J. Recinos

    Resource / NOV 2015

    Harold J. Recinos is the son of a Guatemalan father and Puerto Rican mother who at age twelve was abandoned to New York City streets. After living on the streets between the ages of twelve and... read more »
  2. Virtues Abounding

    Mark O'Keefe, OSB

    Cascade / JAN 2019

    Living a morally good life today is a challenge. But we become fully and authentically human precisely by the decisions we make every day—some of them relatively simple, others complex and... read more »
  3. Virtue

    Olli-Pekka Vainio

    Cascade / OCT 2016

    Since the 1960s, the virtues have been making a comeback in various fields of study. This book offers an overview of the history of virtues from Plato to Nietzsche, discusses the philosophy and... read more »
  4. Until Our Minds Rest in Thee

    John Rose

    Cascade / NOV 2019

    Open-mindedness is often celebrated in our modern world—yet the habit of open-mindedness remains under-defined, and may leave Christians with many questions. Is open-mindedness a virtue? What... read more »
  5. Two Guides for the Journey

    Sheryl Overmyer

    Cascade / OCT 2016

    Thomas Aquinas and William Langland inherited the dynamic metaphor of journeying as a fundamental concept of the Christian life and harnessed it to animate their magisterial texts: the Summa... read more »
  6. Theological Ethics in a Neoliberal Age

    Kevin Hargaden

    Cascade / OCT 2018

    Throughout his ministry, Jesus spoke frequently and unabashedly on the now-taboo subject of money. With nothing good to say to the rich, the New Testament—indeed the entire Bible—is far... read more »
  7. The World Made Otherwise

    Timothy J. Gorringe

    Cascade / NOV 2018

    Many natural scientists believe climate change will bring civilizational collapse. Tim Gorringe argues that behind this threat is a commitment to false values, embodied in our political, economic,... read more »
  8. The Way Out

    Ted Williams, III

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2014

    The African-American community represents a paradox of sorts. While collective success has been achieved in many areas, African-Americans still disproportionately suffer from a variety of social... read more »
  9. The Visible Shape of Christ's Life in Us

    Bruce Worthington

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2019

    How can we live in the world without falling either to the dangerous pitfalls of Christian legalism or the lure of unbridled hedonism, especially in a generation that rejects most formal... read more »
  10. The U.S. Immigration Crisis

    Miguel A. De La Torre

    Cascade / JUN 2016

    The current immigration crisis on our southern borders is usually debated from a safe distance. Politicians create a fear of the migrant to garner votes, while academicians pontificate on the topic... read more »

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