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  1. Albrecht Durer

    Stacey Bieler

    Cascade / DEC 2017

    The artist and entrepreneur Albrecht Dürer lived in Germany in the early 1500s, when two storms were threatening the Holy Roman Empire. First, Suleiman the Magnificent and his army of Ottoman... read more »
  2. Bowing Toward Babylon

    Craig Watts

    Cascade / MAR 2017

    What is being done in worship when national holidays are celebrated, the American flag is displayed and honored, and songs are sung that extol the nation? Are these benign gestures? Or could they... read more »
  3. Cain's Crime

    Thomas Trzyna

    Cascade / MAY 2018

    Democracy requires a commitment to dialogue and deliberation, as well as a commitment to seek peaceful solutions. Is democracy possible in states that earn significant portions of their revenue... read more »
  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. Muslim, Christian, Jew

    Arthur G. Gish

    Cascade / JUN 2012

    "A major challenge for people of faith is to resist the growing demonization of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism . . . I want to do something to build bridges between the three religions. I feel... read more »
  6. Orientation to the History of Roman Judaea

    Steve Mason

    Cascade / DEC 2016

    No field of study is livelier than the history of Roman-era Judaea (ca. 200 BC to AD 400). Bold reinterpretations of texts and new archaeological discoveries prompt us constantly to rethink... read more »
  7. Our Shadowed World

    Dominic Kirkham

    Cascade / AUG 2019

    Civilization is often equated with the story of human advancement and progress. Yet it is also the story of human oppression, exploitation, war, and empire. In our own time, modern global... read more »
  8. Political Demonology

    Richard Faber, Therese Feiler, et al.…

    Cascade / JAN 2018

    “The structural core problem of the Gnostic dualism between the god of creation and the god of redemption governs not only every religion of salvation and redemption. It is immanently given... read more »
  9. Re-Forming History

    Mark Sandle, William Van Arragon

    Cascade / MAY 2019

    Does the discipline of history need a reformation? How should Christian faith shape the ways historians do their work? This book, written for students, considers the “how” of doing... read more »
  10. Recollections and Reconsiderations

    Margaret R. Miles

    Cascade / DEC 2018

    Several years before his death, Augustine of Hippo reviewed his published works, commenting on his purpose in writing each, and correcting, from his present perspective, the mistakes he... read more »

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