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  1. Roman Numerals

    Ben Witherington, III, Ann Witherington

    Pickwick / JUN 2009

    In this second novel of the series, Art West seeks out the meaning of the mysterious symbolic number 666 while exploring sites in Egypt and Turkey. He discovers an inscription in southern Egypt at... read more »
  2. Roma Aeterna

    Ben Witherington, III, Ann Witherington

    Pickwick / JUN 2013

    Art West is enjoying his new life in North Carolina when he gets a phone call from his old friend and classmate and fellow archaeologist, Charlie. It seems a major discovery has been made at a dig... read more »
  3. Ripe Musings

    Lucian Krukowski

    Resource / SEP 2011

    Musings are recollections of memories, of dreams, of ideas. Such recollections are persistent because they remain unresolved-whether as concepts about the world or as actions, taken or avoided, in... read more »
  4. Riding the Wind

    Rosanne Hawke

    Wipf and Stock / OCT 2019

    Do you aspire to write fiction for children and young adults? Do you want to hone your skills or simply want to discover what an author’s day is like and how she turns an idea into a... read more »
  5. ReVisioning

    James Romaine, Linda Stratford

    Cascade / MAY 2014

    ReVisioning: Critical Methods of Seeing Christianity in the History of Art examines the application of art historical methods to the history of Christianity and art. As methods of art... read more »
  6. Reading Like a Serpent

    Marilyn McEntyre

    Cascade / MAR 2012

    Many remember The Scarlet Letter as required reading for reluctant sixteen year olds. The unnamed, elusive narrator of Hawthorne's "tale of human frailty and sorrow" is--some readers might... read more »
  7. Raya Dunayevskaya: Philosopher of Marxist-Humanism

    Eugene Gogol

    Resource / JUL 2004

    This study of the origins and development of Marxist-Humanism probes the philosophic-organizational labors of Raya Dunayevskaya. Beginning with her work as secretary to Leon Trotsky in exile in... read more »
  8. Raya Dunayevskaya: Philosopher of Marxist-Humanism

    / SEP 2004

    This study of the origins and development of Marxist-Humanism probes the philosophic-organizational labors of Raya Dunayevskaya. Beginning with her work as secretary to Leon Trotsky in exile in... read more »
  9. Racism

    Thomas Schirrmacher

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2014

    Are "white" people more intelligent than "black" people? Are Jews devious and grabby? Intolerance and violence through racism includes slavery, national solcialism in Germany, apartheid in South... read more »
  10. Quilly Hall

    Benjamin W. Farley

    Resource / MAR 2008

    Quilly Hall weds fiction and history in this powerful story, set in the 1940s in the Holston Valley near the town of Abingdon, Virginia. Daniel Boone twice camped here. The town itself... read more »

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