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  1. From Labor to Reward

    Martha C. Taylor

    Resource / JUN 2016

    From Labor to Reward is a pioneering, epic, and groundbreaking book that fills a huge void in American religious history, black religious history, and traditions of the black church. Until... read more »
  2. From Suet to Saffron

    Fiona Bligh

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2013

    From Suet to Saffron is the story of one of those rare and unique publications that has survived for over a century. It is the history of a book that has never been out of print since it was first... read more »
  3. Global Declarations

    Thomas K. Johnson

    Wipf and Stock / OCT 2017

    I. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948

    II. Dignitatis Humanae, 1965

    III. The Oslo Declaration on Freedom of Religion or Belief, 1998

    IV. PCJP: Human... read more »
  4. God and Temple

    Ronald Ernest Clements

    Wipf and Stock / JUN 2016

    The temple of Jerusalem became the center in ancient Israel of a whole group of concepts concerning the divine presence. It was regarded as the very dwelling place of God, the earthly throne of the... read more »
  5. God in Eisenhower's Life, Military Career, and Presidency

    Jerry Bergman

    Wipf and Stock / MAR 2019

    As the Supreme Allied Commander in the fight against the Nazis, General Dwight Eisenhower was one of the most important leaders of the last century. His position as a five-star general was crucial... read more »
  6. Hebron Journal

    Arthur G. Gish

    Wipf and Stock / DEC 2018

    Art Gish records a moving story of the turmoil and suffering of the Palestinian people, the agony experienced by Israelis, and a vision of hope and new possibilities of reconciliation between Jews,... read more »
  7. Holding the Fort

    John Kent

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2016

    "This book is a discussion of the part played by religious revivalism, and by the American professional religious revivalist, in the religious world of nineteenth-century England. It was during the... read more »
  8. 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 »
  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. Jewish and Christian Views on Bodily Pleasure

    Robert Cherry

    Wipf and Stock / OCT 2018

    At the beginning of the Common Era, Jewish renewal movements, including Jesus’ ministry, had similar views: embracing moderate ascetic behavior. Over the next three centuries, however, they... read more »

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