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  1. Where the Waters Part

    James F. Ward, Jr.

    Resource / DEC 2019

    This is a story of the Wards, Irish immigrants initially settling in Pennsylvania and Augusta County, Virginia. It follows nine generations over two-hundred-fifty years, beginning with the first... read more »
  2. The Servitude of Love

    Diane Glancy

    Resource / JUN 2017

    Love in one form or another is the commanding force of this new collection of short fiction. The Servitude of Love holds the revelations of love in different manifestations--love of work,... read more »
  3. The Making of a Battle Royal

    Jeffrey Paul Straub

    Pickwick / APR 2018

    American Baptists emerged from the Civil War as a divided group. Slavery, landmarkism, and other issues sundered Baptists into regional clusters who held more or less to the same larger doctrinal... read more »
  4. Struggling for the Soul of Our Country

    Preston M. Browning, Jr.

    Wipf and Stock / MAY 2016

    Struggling for the Soul of Our Country is a book in search of answers: what does it mean to struggle for the soul of a country and how does the life of citizenship influence our common... read more »
  5. Picking Fights with the Gods

    Seedy Buckberry

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2016

    The common understanding of "apocalypse" suggests End Times, Armageddon, and the end of the world. But the Greek word apokalypsis means none of these things. What it does mean is uncovering,... read more »
  6. Hammer of Justice

    Liane Ellison Norman

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2016

  7. Four Wise Men

    Mark W. Muesse

    Cascade / JAN 2017

    Confucius, the Buddha, Jesus, and Muhammad are among the most thoughtful and influential people in history. By their words and examples, they have inspired countless individuals to live better and... read more »
  8. Damnable Heresy

    David M. Powers

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2015

    Misunderstandings between races, hostilities between cultures. Anxiety from living in a time of war in one's own land. Being accused of profiteering when food was scarce. Unruly residents in a... read more »
  9. 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 »
  10. Camp William James

    Jack J. Preiss

    Wipf and Stock / MAY 2013

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