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  1. The Siren and the Sage

    / SEP 2003

    The cultures of ancient China and ancient Greece have exerted immeasurable influence on later civilizations. The texts and cultural values of classical China spread throughout East Asia and became... read more »
  2. The Scroll of Anatiya

    / APR 2009

    Written in the high art style of prophetic witness, The Scroll of Anatiya reveals a new kind of biblical heroine who is fiercely passionate and sensual. In this first-person, honest, and vulnerable... read more »
  3. The Sacrament of Psychology

    / JUN 2010

    This book is controversial. It is intended to provoke thought and hopefully action--action that will benefit the current practices of both religion and of psychology.

    As St. Peter wrote:... read more »
  4. The Roads and Highways of Ancient Israel

    / NOV 2018

    Drawing on literary and archaeological evidence, David A. Dorsey examines the road system in Israel during the Iron Age (ca. 1200-586 B.C.). He offers a comprehensive investigation of the nature... read more »
  5. The Rise and Fall of the Christian Coalition

    / JUN 2009

    Christian Coalition experienced a meteoric rise in American politics in the 1990s only to see its profile and impact vanish into embarrassing irrelevancy at the end of the decade, leaving many to... read more »
  6. The Rabbit King

    / AUG 2013

    At the age of 15, Jack McCraith reached a momentous decision; "Everyone knows how to catch rabbits," he said. "I'll learn how to sell them." On his first buying trip, he biked into the countryside... read more »
  7. The Quest for Peace between Israel and the Palestinians

    / JUN 2011

    A Palestinian state alongside a secure Israel is the sine qua non of a stable peace between Arabs and Israelis, and at this late date would realize a modicum of the Palestinians' moral and legal... read more »
  8. The Punctuation Handbook

    / DEC 2008

    Punctuation brings to the written language what facial expression, body movement, tone of voice, and emotion provide for the spoken language. All of these help the writer or speaker convey ideas.... read more »
  9. The Proof of the External World

    / APR 2008

    "Descartes' attempt to ground the possibility of human knowledge in the existence of God was judged to be a complete failure by his contemporaries, and this remains the universal opinion of... read more »
  10. The Power of Persuasion, Second Edition

    / JUL 2005

    Persuasion is a powerful tool. Attorneys use it to win cases. Politicians practice the art to harvest votes. Salespeople and advertisers rely on it to sell everything from soap to skyscrapers.... read more »

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