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  1. Word Simple

    Harold J. Recinos

    Resource / JUL 2017

    Recinos discovered a love for poetry after being abandoned by Latino immigrant parents and living on the streets dealing with drugs, poverty, violence, racial discrimination, and existential... read more »
  2. Wind-Borne Sister

    Melinda Holland

    Resource / MAR 2015

    Wind-Borne Sister narrates the story of a young woman's journey from grief and an uncertain future into a sense of purpose, hope, and identity. Along Brie's travels, the people and resources... read more »
  3. What's Love Got to Do with It?

    Sam Hamstra, Jr.

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2016

    In the past three-plus decades, a significant conversation has taken place among American Protestants about worship. As a result, countless books have been written on the subject. We have read... read more »
  4. To Loose the Bonds of Injustice

    Marcia A. Murphy

    Resource / OCT 2018

    This work is the first to address the living conditions of the mentally ill from the standpoint of social justice. It is the first for religion to partner with the psychiatric field from a... read more »
  5. Time

    Alan Sorem

    Resource / MAR 2013

    Time is a novel that explores the time that Mary and Jesus had together before the beginning of his ministry. It explores Jesus' relationships with brothers and sisters, with neighbors, and,... read more »
  6. Through All the Plain

    Benjamin John Peters

    Cascade / MAY 2014

    We kill. We come home. We move on. But the violence haunts. And then it questions. Was I justified in Iraq? Is there meaning in violence? For some, the answer comes easily. For others, one question... read more »
  7. Theo Cross

    Albert J.D. Walsh

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2014

    Theo Cross: A Life Lived under Grace is the touching story of a pastor's life as he grows in God's grace over the course of his stay in a hospital where he is being treated for cancer. The... read more »
  8. The Work of Creation

    Luke Hankins

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2016

    In The Work of Creation, poet, editor, and translator Luke Hankins explores literature, art, aesthetics, ethics, religion, and the life of the spirit in a number of genres, including... read more »
  9. The Translatability of the Religious Dimension in Shakespeare from Page to Stage, from West to East

    Jenny Wong

    Pickwick / MAY 2018

    This interdisciplinary study traverses the disciplines of translation studies, hermeneutics, theater studies, and sociology. Under the “power turn” or “political turn” in... read more »
  10. The Sunrise Liturgy

    Mia Anderson

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2012

    Committing theology to poetry is not new, but it's not wildly common. The Sunrise Liturgy aims to do just that. It is a sequence, like liturgy, with a start and a procession and a finish.... read more »

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