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    The Last Words from the Cross


    Preview / Retailers The Cross. The central symbol of the Christian faith. “Can a church be an authentic Church and not focus on the cross?” William Powell Tuck began answering that question in his book, The Church Under the Cross, and now he leads us into the second part of his answer in his new…

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    The Politics of Witness


    Can a church that is compromised through dependence on temporal, political power speak with a powerful prophetic voice in the world? As the body of Christ, the church has a prophetic role in the world. Prophets have always spoken clearly to people in power. They have been willing to challenge the decisions made by people…

  • The Questioning God: An Inquiry for Muslims, Jews, and Christians


    A questioning approach lies at the heart of our relationship with God. That’s how God engages us. In fact, questioning (or free inquiry), is central to our being human. Yet the major monotheistic religions vary markedly on this matter. In The Questioning God, Dr. Greenham examines the three major monotheistic religions, Islam, Judaism, and Christianity,…

  • The River of Life: Where Liberal and Conservative Christianity Meet


    Are liberals who call themselves Christian truly Christian? Do liberal Christians care about the Bible? Why? Twice before Lee Harmon has written about Christian topics, once on the gospel of John and once on the book of Revelation. Lee finds that both conservative and liberal Christians often have a dismissive attitude toward one another, and…

  • The Sacred Journey


    The Sacred Journey is a collection of insights, thoughts, and personal experiences centered on and emanating from the Beatitudes of Jesus from the Sermon on the Mount. Within its pages we are invited to consider the radical love with which God pursues His creation. God in Jesus Christ was determined to make a way for…

  • The Scarab and the Cross


    A young vagabond field hand from parts unknown. Onofrio could be any man who found himself in chains in Judea. But many wise men have testified that there is a divine destiny for every person and Onofrio’s life was about to intersect with a Nazarene carpenter.

  • The Song in the Night: According to the Melody in the Accents of the Hebrew Text


    Can you imagine what it might have been like for the ancients to hear and perform their Scripture in song? In his first book, Seeing the Psalter, author Bob MacDonald showed us that the Psalms were not just a randomed collection of poems, but a carefully constructed story. Now with Song in the Night, Bob…

  • The Space Between: Spiritual Activism in an Age of Fear


    Should your faith and your spirituality be a matter of simply private concern, or should they connect to social action? This book explores the disconnect between social and religious progressivism. The author maintains that both social and religious notes are essential for those who want to further a progressive agenda that creates equity and compassion,…

  • The Spirit’s Fruit: A Participatory Study Guide


    “When I was a boy, I had a really wicked temper. It was short and it was brutal. I would get in fights every recess.” With that personal beginning, Dr David Moffett-Moore escorts each student into their own personal study of The Spirit’s Fruit: A Participatory Study Guide. We are called together as Christians to a…

  • The Third Way: A 14-Day Mission Pilgrimage Prayer Journal


    It’s difficult to be a pilgrim in a consumer world. A pilgrim is someone who looks more toward the destination than his present place. A consumer sets up shop as he secures more to consume, and invests his time, resources, and energy into guaranteeing there will always be more to consume. In Luke 17:33 Jesus…

  • The Traveler’s Advance


    Joshua Hawkins is twenty-five years old, a young vice-president for his father’s clothing company, Avarice, and has been given every opportunity to live the American Dream. Joshua Hawkins is twenty-five years old…twenty-five years old, and dead. But Joshua is soon finding out that being dead may be just the thing he needs in order to…

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    The Triune Nature of God: Conversations Regarding the Trinity by a Disciples of Christ Pastor/Theologian


    Pastor/Theologian Robert Cornwall brings his knowledge of church history to help the reader grasp the complex topic of the Trinity. Arguably the concept of “trinity” is the linchpin to many other doctrines. Using the history of his own Disciples of Christ tradition as one of the expressions of the Stone-Campbell movement, which avoids creeds very…