by Rudolf Steiner Press
by HarperCollins Publishers
A bright, lively new edition of the UK's bestselling Bible translation, ideal for young people at secondary school. THE GOOD NEWS BIBLE was the first truly easy-to-read Bible translation, and it is still the UK's most popular, modern and accessible.
With his signature insight, inspiration, and wit, John Ortberg makes accessible a challenging topic for many believers and equips them to take their relationship with God to the next level. The soul is NOT a theological and abstract subject.
by Markus Muhling
This textbook offers a broad systematic introduction to eschatology in the perspective of hope. The first part introduces the history of the various approaches and answers basic questions. The second part concerns the reasons for eschatological ...
by Rob Bell
For anyone who wants to delve deeper into Rob Bell's bestselling Love Wins, the expansive and accessible Love Wins Companion offers scholarly support and critiques, resources for individuals, groups, and classes, and brand new material by Rob ...
by John Bowker
Who or what is God? How do different religions interpret His existence? How can we know God? Many people believe in God; not just throughout history but also in the present day. But who or what is it they believe in? Many different and sometimes ...
by Julie Schwietert Collazo & Lisa Rogak
Pope Francis won the hearts of Catholics all over the world when he was elected in March 2013, with his natural humility and commitment to putting those who are poor at the centre of his mission. Jorge Mario Bergoglio - the 265th successor of St ...
by Koichi Shinohara
by R. Timothy McLay
The Second Temple period is an era that marked a virtual explosion in the world of literature, with the creation, redaction, interpretation, and transmission of Jewish texts that represented diverse languages and ideologies. The creation of many ...
by Thomas Nelson
A revolutionary new method for gauging your level of hope, the seven essentials that will help you increase it, and why it's so important. Underneath every thriving person, every thriving marriage, kid, and business is one factor: hope.
by Ming-Dao Deng
A main pillar of Chinese tradition and culture is the Lunar Calendar and the many festivals and stories it encompasses. Though most explorations of Taoism take place within the realm of scripture, exercises, formal lectures, and meditation, in ...
by Amir Aczel
By a renowned science writer, a much-needed, clear-eyed presentation of the fact that faith in God and empirical science are by no means mutually exclusive. A must-read for educated believers. Has our knowledge of current science indeed disproved ...
by Elizabeth R.;Tiemeyer, Lena-Sofia Hayes
Thisvolume addresses the rhetorical function and impact of vision and dreamaccounts in the Hebrew Bible.Thecontributors explore the exegetical, rhetorical, and structural aspects of thevision and dream accounts in the Hebrew Bible, focusing on ...
by John L. Esposito
John L. Esposito is one of America's leading authorities on Islam. Now, in this brilliant portrait of Islam today--and tomorrow--he draws on a lifetime of thought and research to sweep away the negative stereotypes and provide an accurate, richly ...
by Kelly;Webb, Melanie Kapic
Reading Christian Theology in the Protestant Tradition offers a distinctive approach to the value of classic wortks through the lens of Protestantism. Protestant theology did not start with the Reformation, but built on the Mediaeval thought.
by Moulie Vidas
by Randall Balmer
Randall Balmer's Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory is an insightful and engaging journey into the world of conservative Christians in America. Originally published twenty-five years ago and the basis for an award-winning, three-part PBS documentary, ...
by Pier Paolo Pasolini
Pier Paolo Pasolinis screenplay of an unfinished film about St. Paul is a key addition to the existing bibliography around St. Paul and to a proliferating trend in literature centered on the current turn to religion in philosophy and critical theory.
by Richard Holloway
Sacred to millions across the world, translated into countless languages and with estimated annual sales of 25 million, The Bible is one of the most influential books of all time. But how, in the 21st century, should believers and non-believers ...
by Paula Kelly Harline
The Church of Latter-day Saints renounced the practice of plural marriage in 1890. In the mid- to late nineteenth century, however--the heyday of Mormon polygamy--as many as three out of every ten Mormon women became polygamous wives.