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Feh: A Memoir

A page-turning memoir that shouldn’t be missed. Auslander’s nonfiction writing style is often compared to David Sedaris, and readers will see why with this title. It could motivate readers to keep trudging onward, even when life seems overwhelming.

The Divine Christology of the Apostle Paul: Retrospect and Prospect

Informative, challenging and ultimately quite engrossing, this highly recommended title carefully unpacks selected New Testament passages. It reveals new facets and offers insights into profound and depthless truths about Paul and his understanding of who and what Jesus was.
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Women and the Church: From Devil’s Gateway to Discipleship

This recommended scholarly volume offers a fresh, feminist view of the Catholic Church’s history and teachings.
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Walking the Theological Life: Discovering Method for Theology in the Lives of Biblical Characters

Gaines’s approach is a novel one, and readers will gain much insight into theology. This book will be especially useful in academic settings.
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Who Really Wrote the Bible?: The Story of the Scribes

This illuminating book aptly examines who really wrote the Bible and is accessible for both scholars and general readers.
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The Catholic Case Against War: A Brief Guide

A solid case for why the Catholic Church’s position against war is realistic. Cochran provides a much-needed reassessment and refinement of “just war” theory, which is an ethical and moral framework for determining when war is justified.
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The Heart of Tibetan Buddhism: Advice for Life, Death, and Enlightenment

A useful, informative book about a Tibetan Buddhist approach to mindfulness meditation.

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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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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