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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.
The timeless principles of the Good Book have long existed, and now anyone can practically apply them to improve their lives, the lives of others, their businesses, and our bruised, battered, and beleaguered world. Author Dave Anderson says, "You cannot accomplish this by sitting on the sidelines, reacting to the world around you; rather, you must lead."
A new and transformative vision for creation and human beings’ place in it that is holistic, mystical, and relational—a new harmony of all--by one of the most popular and beloved writers on Celtic Christianity.
Get practical, proven, research-based insights on how to turn passive spectators in your church into actively involved participants.
Saints For Dummies separates fact from myth about the lives of saints.
The first Polish Pope, John Paul II, was a thinker and a leader whose religious convictions defined a new approach toward world politics--and changed the course of history.
With the beatification of Pope John Paul II taking place on May 1, 2011, this book offers the inspirational story of an unlikely friendship and the two men who collaborated in an extraordinary way to begin to help heal centuries-old wounds.
15 original and well-known thinkers reflect, with sensitivity and keen insight, into the peace of mind that can come after forgiveness--when we take the next steps that turn errors and mistakes into opportunities for atonement and healing.
How ministry leaders can help older adults be a vital part of Christian community
This engaging, yet uniquely comprehensive exploration of Christianity illustrates the many different ways that Christians live out their faith in the world today. The stories emerging from Africa, Asia, Latin America, Europe, and North America are all distinct. In some regions Christians are struggling, in other regions Christianity is growing by leaps and bounds, and in still other regions the future is decidedly unclear.
Author Stephen Post talking about the importance and benefits of helping others.
Alister E. McGrath, critically acclaimed and world-renowned theologian and commentator on religion and science, offers a detailed and historical treatment of the interaction between Darwinism and Christianity
Salvation is not about going to heaven when we die, it is about a full and abundant life now. In ABOUT YOU, readers will discover what it means to be fully human, fully alive, fully in tune with God.
This new book from the trusted insider-outsider authors of the best-selling Amish Grace explores the deep spirituality, faith, and practices of the Amish people, a group whose way of life and values continue to fascinate a wide range of readers
“Not so much a subject matter, philosophy is a way of thinking. Thinking not just about the Big Questions, but about little ones too. This series invites everyone to ponder things they care about, big or small, significant, serious … or just curious.”—Philosophy for Everyone
This important book offers a clear guide for understanding and recreating a healthy church culture.
A guide to debating major spiritual principles with non-believers and believers alike (and everyone in between)
Religions have become “self-serving God-management systems,” losing credibility and relevance for millions of people, says author Samir Selmanovic. Monotheistic religions, and atheism, are failing to adjust to our newly interdependent world. The founder of Faith House Manhattan, Selmanovic proposes a radically different way to practice one’s religion in his new book