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  1. A Colonial Woman's Bookshelf

    Kevin J. Hayes

    Wipf and Stock / FEB 2016

    A Colonial Woman’s Bookshelf represents a significant contribution to the study of the intellectual life of women in British North America. Kevin J. Hayes studies the books these women read... read more »
  2. A New Pathway to World Peace

    Ted Becker, Brian Polkinghorn

    Resource / SEP 2017

    Horrific changes are descending upon humanity, most of them man-made, all of them threatening the survival of humankind on Mother Earth.



    Forever wars, the threat of nuclear... read more »
  3. America's Unholy Ghosts

    Joel Edward Goza

    Cascade / MAR 2019

    America’s Unholy Ghosts examines the DNA of the ideologies that shape our nation, ideologies that are as American as apple pie but that too often justify and perpetuate racist ideas... read more »
  4. American Slavery and the Immediate Duty of Southern Slaveholders

    Jack R. Davidson

    Pickwick / JUL 2018

    Eli Washington Caruthers’s unpublished manuscript, American Slavery and the Immediate Duty of Southern Slaveholders, is the arresting and authentic alternative to the... read more »
  5. An Alaskan Gold Mine

    Leland Carlson

    Resource / AUG 2015

    An Alaskan Gold Mine: The Story of No. 9 Above is a notable and tragic story of the discovery of Alaska gold in 1898. The mine had so many implications for leaders and institutions of the... read more »
  6. C. S. Lewis: Anti-Darwinist

    Jerry Bergman

    Wipf and Stock / NOV 2016

    It is commonly believed that C.S. Lewis was a theistic evolutionist, a conclusion based on a few statements that he made in The Problem of Pain and Mere Christianity. A careful study... read more »
  7. California Dreaming

    Ronald A. Wells

    Pickwick / SEP 2017

    California matters, both as a place and as an idea. What famed historian Kevin Starr has called “the California Dream” is a vital part of American self-understanding. Just as America... read more »
  8. Camp William James

    Jack J. Preiss

    Wipf and Stock / MAY 2013

  9. Camp William James

    Jack J. Preiss

    Wipf and Stock / MAY 2013

  10. Conservative Revolutionaries

    John S. Oakes

    Pickwick / OCT 2016

    Boston Congregationalist ministers Charles Chauncy (1705-87) and Jonathan Mayhew (1720-66) were significant political as well as religious leaders in colonial and revolutionary New England.... read more »

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