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The Buddha: Life and Afterlife Between East and West

This fascinating book expertly weaves together a formidable mass of scholarship into an accessible, inviting summary that contextualizes an extensive history of religious encounters within a relatively brief work. It also sheds light on the long and global interconnections of religious ideas and highlights the often ridiculous ways that people have misunderstood and misrepresented one another throughout time.
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Joseph White Musser: A Mormon Fundamentalist

Rosetti is to be commended for writing the first scholarly book about Musser. This accessible volume puts him in his rightful place among Mormon thinkers; recommended for readers interested in American religious and sectarian history.
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Who Is a True Christian?: Contesting Religious Identity in American Culture

A fascinating theological project about the problem of Christian demarcation.
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The Afternoon of Christianity: The Courage To Change

While much of the book is aimed at the Catholic Church, the points are applicable to Christianity as a whole. Will appeal to readers interested in a scholarly analysis of the current state of Christianity in the modern world.

Lotus Girl: My Life at the Crossroads of Buddhism and America

An excellent memoir with a sense of humor. It’s full of insight and context regarding a distinctive slice of American Buddhist history.
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The Divine Economy: How Religions Compete for Wealth, Power, and People

A helpful title that frames religions as a business. Graduate students, scholars, and readers with a solid religious education will value this title the most.
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Worth Fighting For: Finding Courage and Compassion When Cruelty Is Trending

The essays feel as raw and as powerful as Pavlovitz’s blog. His confrontational style lends itself more to prodding and validating his fellow progressives than persuading conservative evangelicals. Still, his hopefulness about the fight for social justice is refreshing.

The Exvangelicals: Loving, Living, and Leaving the White Evangelical Church

A much-needed look at evangelicalism from a perspective that’s both investigative and personal. It offers intriguing, compelling insight with expert reporting.

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The God of Wild Places: Rediscovering the Divine in the Untamed Outdoors

A compelling, thematically rich, and deeply personal book, for readers exploring spirituality, personal growth, and the intricate relationship between faith and the natural world.
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