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  1. Narnia, Middle-Earth and The Kingdom of God

    Mark Worthing

    Stone Table Books / DEC 2016

    Narnia, Middle-Earth and the Kingdom of God tells the story of fantasy literature within the context of its complex relationship with the Christian tradition. In this book, Worthing looks at early... read more »
  2. Luther on Leadership

    David D. Cook

    Wipf and Stock / DEC 2017

    As a leader, Martin Luther shook the world. Yet, oddly enough, while a great deal has been written about his life, theology, and legacy, few authors have taken the time to examine his leadership... read more »
  3. Luther

    Thomas M. Lindsay

    Wipf and Stock / FEB 2017

    This work originally appeared as a chapter in The Cambridge Modern History published by Cambridge University Press, 1904.
  4. Love and Terror in the Third Reich

    Peter Matheson, Heinke Sommer-Matheson

    Cascade / MAR 2019

    What was it like to fall in love in Hitler’s Germany? As the war tore them apart, how did young couples keep love vibrant, care for their children, and relate to the war? The earthy letters... read more »
  5. Liberal Learning and the Great Christian Traditions

    Gary W. Jenkins, Jonathan Yonan

    Pickwick / JUL 2015

    As an aspect of civic humanism, the liberal arts comprehended the skills necessary to realize the common good of free citizens within a free society, the mental habits basic to citizenship as... read more »
  6. Ken Sumrall and Church Foundational Network

    Terry D. Shiver

    Wipf and Stock / DEC 2015

    This is the first extensive examination of the life of Ken Sumrall and his firm belief in the modern-day apostolic restoration movement. It presents Sumrall's journey from his Baptist beginnings,... read more »
  7. Keeping the Dream Alive

    Jeanne C. DeFazio

    Resource / JUN 2019

    Keeping the Dream Alive contains full-color images of Harriet Lorence Nesbitt’s art, giving an overview of her unique life and style. This monographic reflection explores the... read more »
  8. Jewish Roots: 101

    Jeffrey D. Johnson

    Wipf and Stock / JUN 2017

    To understand who we are as Christians is to understand our beginning. Did Jesus intend to have His "church" separated from the Jewish community? Did the Apostle Paul emphasize a truncation of the... read more »
  9. Jacobus Arminius Stands His Ground

    John S. Knox

    Wipf and Stock / NOV 2018

    On October 30, 1608, Jacobus Arminius presented his Declaration of Sentiments to the Assembly of the States of Holland and West Friesland in the Binnenhof at The Hague. First, Arminius... read more »
  10. It Feels Like the Burning Hut

    Martha Gatkuoch, Brett Bymaster

    Resource / JUN 2012

    Martha Gatkuoch is a young Sudanese woman who lived through unthinkable trauma. She was a child when her idyllic rural village in Southern Sudan was attacked. She and her brothers were separated... read more »

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