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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.
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The Devil Sat on My Bed: Encounters with the Spirit World in Mormon Utah

General readers will enjoy this book’s many stories about spiritual experiences and the accessibility of its arguments. Academics, too, can appreciate how the author situates the specifics of the Mormon experience in the larger theoretical discourse of spirit manifestations in other cultures.
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No Bullet Got Me Yet: The Relentless Faith of Father Kapaun

Readers interested in military and Korean War history and faith-based stories will enjoy this book about a man whose simple yet profound piety influenced all who came in contact with him, regardless of their faith or background.
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Exploring American Jewish History Through 50 Historic Treasures

An intriguing, illustrated volume that showcases the link between Jewish artifacts and U.S. history.
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Listening for God in Torah and Creation: A Weekly Encounter with Conscience and Soul

Written from the perspective of progressive British Judaism, this will appeal to readers looking for a modern take on the Torah. While this type of book could be read weekly in conjunction with the Torah passage for that week, there is enough ongoing narrative to sustain a straight-through reading.
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Dancing in My Dreams: A Spiritual Biography of Tina Turner

With Turner’s recent death, this tome is a thoughtful tribute. Its scholarly approach may appeal more to students of religion and pop culture than the average Turner fan.

When It May Be Time to Draw A Healthy Boundary

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100 Places To See After You Die: A Travel Guide to the Afterlife

Readers who don’t mind some irreverence can imaginary-armchair-travel to Valhalla (Norse mythology), the Heaviside Layer (Cats), the Djalia (Black Panther’s Wakanda), and the Outer Planes (Dungeons & Dragons).

Face-to-Face With Yourself

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