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Neil Cole (author of Organic Church) challenges established churches to transfuse themselves with the life-giving qualities and energy of Jesus' original vision for what the church should be and do.
Efrem Smith answers questions about his new book, The Post-Black and Post-White Church.
Each day our minds experience a deluge of conversation, lectures, newspapers, TV, the Internet, and more. But what should we really be paying attention to?
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., today announced a continued increase in the proportion of its journal titles indexed in the Thomson ISI® 2011 Journal Citation Reports (JCR). A total of 1,156 Wiley titles (approximately 76%) were indexed, representing an increase of 5% from the 2010 JCR, and including 43 titles which have been indexed for the first time.
What drives someone to row across the Atlantic or sail, single-handed, around the globe? What does it feel like to be a human, alone, in the middle of a huge ocean? Sailing – it’s an unpredictable and dangerous activity and yet it has woven its way into the hearts and souls of many for centuries.
At a critical time in American life, Parker J. Palmer looks with realism and hope at how to deal with our political tensions for the sake of the common good, without the shouting, blaming or defaming so common in our politics today. A book for all who care about democracy, no matter what their politic convitions.
A practical handbook to help leaders of churches of any size figure out the best ways to unite, join, or merge into stronger, healthier congregations.
Based on his research in the field of positive psychology, proven strategies and his work with various organizations, Gordon wrote The Positive Dog: A Story About the Power of Positivity about the choice everyone has to feed the negative or positive dog inside of them. The book not only shares the research and benefits of being positive but also provides strategies and an action plan for people to cultivate positivity in their life and team.
A lighthearted meditation on the philosophical quandaries of the hit television show The Big Bang Theory
What can we know and what should we believe about today's world? What to Believe Now: Applying Epistemology to Contemporary Issues applies the concerns and techniques of epistemology to a wide variety of contemporary issues.
An in-depth look at the philosophical issues behind HBO's Game of Thrones television series and the books that inspired it
The dominant religion of India, "Hinduism" refers to a wide variety of religious traditions and philosophies that have developed over thousands of years.
A philosophical exploration of Suzanne Collins's New York Times bestselling series, just in time for the release of The Hunger Games movie
A Harvard MBA, author, and experienced church leader Mike Bonem explains how to apply current business and leadership insights to ministry and churches.
The Underground Church proposes that the faithful recapture the spirit of the early church with its emphasis on what Christians do rather than what they believe. It's a counter-cultural invitation to join together to get beyond the myriad boundaries, rivalries, and schisms that keep Christians from living out the loving and life-giving teachings of Jesus.
Inspirational speaker and best-selling author Joe Vitale’s book, The Awakening Course: The Secret to Solving All Problems, is now available in paperback.
The third book in the trilogy that explores the popular missional movement.
A philosophical look at the movie Inception and its brilliant metaphysical puzzles.
The essential companion to Stieg Larsson's bestselling trilogy and director David Fincher's 2011 film adaptation.
In Falling Upward, Richard Rohr seeks to help readers understand the tasks of the two halves of life and to show them that those who have gone “down” are the only ones who understand “up.” Those who have somehow fallen, and fallen well, are the only ones who can grow spiritually and not misuse “up”. More than anything else, he describes what “up” (in the second half of life) will look like and could look like.