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  1. Brave New World Order

    / JAN 2017

    In the aftermath of the Cold War, Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer offers his most challenging book to date: a probing assessment of the meaning and implications of what U.S. leaders have called a "new world... read more »
  2. Diakonia in a Gender Perspective

    / NOV 2017

    Gender perspectives play a core role when it comes to both the theory and practice of diakonia. This is the second book on diakonia published by Regnum Books. It follows up Diakonia as Christian... read more »
  3. From Your Gods to Our Gods

    / OCT 2014

    The global world debates secularism, freedom of belief, faith-based norms, the state's arbitration of religious conflicts, and the place of the sacred in the public sphere. In facing these issues,... read more »
  4. Origins of Difference

    / JUL 2019

    In what ways are women and men different? Where do these differences originate? In this book, Elaine Storkey uncovers the foundational assumptions and presuppositions that lie beneath gender issues... read more »
  5. Ramadan

    / DEC 2016

    Ramadan is one of the Five Pillars of Islam, a time for self-examination, devotion and reading the scriptures.In this latest book of Christian-Muslim reflections Dave Andrews again takes lessons... read more »
  6. Religion in the Victorian Era

    / JAN 2019

    A comprehensive history of religion in Victorian England, covering such topics as religion and science, religion and society, the press, literature and art, worship, new critical methods,... read more »
  7. The Negro Church

    / NOV 2011

    W. E. B. Du Bois was editor and principal author of The Negro Church, first published in 1903. A groundbreaking study, this volume is the first in-depth treatment of African-American religious... read more »
  8. The Religion of the Landless

    / JAN 2015

    Through brilliant new interpretations of biblical exiles, Daniel Smith-Christopher shows their experience as the most apt model for the Church as witnesses for the peace and justice of God in a... read more »
  9. War Against the Poor

    / JAN 2017

    The strategy of low-intensity conflict (or LIC) is a little-known yet sophisticated and deadly form of U.S. intervention in the Third World. Drawing heavily on his own experience of living and... read more »

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