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The Hammer of Witches: A Complete Translation of the Malleus Maleficarum by Christopher S. Mackay

The Hammer of Witches: A Complete Translation of the Malleus Maleficarum by Christopher S. Mackay The Malleus Maleficarum, first published in 1486–7, is the standard medieval text on witchcraft and it remained in print throughout the early modern period. Its descriptions of the evil acts of witches and the ways to exterminate them continue to contribute to our knowledge of early modern law, religion and society. Mackay’s highly acclaimed translation, based on his extensive research …

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Christ on the Psych Ward by David Finnegan-Hosey

Christ on the Psych Ward by David Finnegan-Hosey Christ on the Psych Ward is a series of reflections on the intersections among mental health, faith, and ministry. Beginning with his own experience, Finnegan-Hosey shares ways communities of faith can be present with those suffering from mental illness and crises. Weaving together personal testimony, theological reflection, and practical ministry experience, he offers a message of hope for those suffering and for friends and faith communities struggling to …

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The Day I Met Jesus by Frank Viola & Mary DeMuth

The Day I Met Jesus: The Revealing Diaries of Five Women from the Gospels by Frank Viola & Mary DeMuth Two thousand years ago, Jesus Christ met face-to-face with people just like you. Broken, imperfect, sometimes fearful and without hope. The Day I Met Jesus is a beautifully crafted narrative that chronicles the remarkable encounters of five women in the Gospels who were desperate to find wholeness, security, and purpose. Like all of us, these women struggled …

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Magick for Beginners: An Introduction to a Magickal Life by Sharon Fitzgerald

Magick for Beginners: An Introduction to a Magickal Life by Sharon Fitzgerald A Guide to the Wonderful World of Magick Magick is the art and science that causes change in accordance to the will. Changes are brought about by collecting and harnessing energies from nature and using it to invoke positive energies. Some people believe that magick is equivocal to black magic but it is an age old tradition that stems out from the belief …

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What the Facebook?: Posts from the Edge of Christendom by Michael Hardin

What the Facebook?: Posts from the Edge of Christendom by Michael Hardin Discover a daring collection of Facebook posts that looks at the Christian faith outside the framework of the sacrificial logic of a violent God. Witty, provocative and hopeful, What the Facebook? is a different kind of theology with a wonderful new perspective about the character of the one Jesus called, “Abba.” Michael Hardin’s sequel to The Jesus Driven Life delves deeply into problems …

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A Splendid Wickedness and Other Essays by David Bentley Hart

A Splendid Wickedness and Other Essays by David Bentley Hart Incisive essays from a master wordsmith Why has Don Juan become so passé of late? What’s the trouble with Ayn Rand? How did the Doge of Venice come to venerate the counterfeit remains of Siddhartha Gautama? Why does the Bentley family’s collection of ancestral relics include a bronzed human thumb? And what, exactly, is the story behind Great Uncle Aloysius, who was born a Quaker …

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End of Time: A Meditation on the Philosophy of History by Josef Pieper

End of Time: A Meditation on the Philosophy of History by Josef Pieper This is a work of rare prophetic brilliance by Josef Pieper, one of this century’s most profound and lucid expositors of the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas. This book was written to throw light on an ancient question that has vexed and tormented many. What is the nature of “The End” toward which, even now, the world and men are moving? No …

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One Good Sort of Man: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Mechelle Renee

One Good Sort of Man: A Pride and Prejudice Variation by Mechelle Renee Fitzwilliam Darcy was certain he never had a more miserable day in his entire life. He had been refused by the only woman he had ever hoped to marry and after a terrible argument his best friend Bingley is no longer speaking to him. It has been weeks since he has slept properly, he is finding it difficult to eat and his …

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God Is Always Hiring: 50 Lessons for Finding Fulfilling Work by Regina Brett

God Is Always Hiring: 50 Lessons for Finding Fulfilling Work by Regina Brett

God Is Always Hiring: 50 Lessons for Finding Fulfilling Work by Regina Brett Beloved columnist and bestselling author Regina Brett offers her special brand of uplifting, yet practical advice to help readers find fulfillment in their work . . . and to deal with unexpected challenges. In this inspiring collection, Brett focuses on how we relate to our work, or lack of work, and the seeking of something deeper and more meaningful in our career …

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Be Here Now by Ram Dass

Be Here Now by Ram Dass “Now, though I am a beginner on the path, I have returned to the West for a time to work out karma or unfulfilled commitment. Part of this commitment is to share what I have learned with those of you who are on a similar journey. One can share a message through telling ‘our-story’ as I have just done, or through the teaching methods of yoga, or singing, or …

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Holy Cow!: An Indian Adventure by Sarah Macdonald

Holy Cow!: An Indian Adventure by Sarah Macdonald

Holy Cow!: An Indian Adventure by Sarah Macdonald In her twenties, journalist Sarah Macdonald backpacked around India and came away with a lasting impression of heat, pollution and poverty. So when an airport beggar read her palm and told her she would return to India—and for love—she screamed, “Never!” and gave the country, and him, the finger. But eleven years later, the prophecy comes true. When the love of Sarah’s life is posted to India, …

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The Shack by William Paul Young

The Shack by William Paul Young Mackenzie Allen Philips’ youngest daughter, Missy, has been abducted during a family vacation, and evidence that she may have been brutally murdered is found in an abandoned shack deep in the Oregon wilderness. Four years later in the midst of his “Great Sadness,” Mack receives a suspicious note, apparently from God, inviting him back to that shack for a weekend. Against his better judgment he arrives at the shack …

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Cross Roads by William Paul Young

Cross Roads by William Paul Young Anthony Spencer is egotistical, proud of being a self-made business success at the peak of his game, even though the cost of winning was painfully high. A cerebral hemorrhage leaves Tony comatose in a hospital ICU. He ‘awakens’ to find himself in a surreal world, a ‘living’ landscape that mirrors dimensions of his earthly life, from the beautiful to the corrupt. It is here that he has vivid interactions …

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Desmond Doss: Conscientious Objector by Frances M. Doss

Desmond Doss: Conscientious Objector by Frances M. Doss

Desmond Doss: Conscientious Objector by Frances M. Doss Infantry men who once ridiculed and scoffed at Desmond’s simple faith and refusal to carry a weapon owed their lives to him. In the midst of a fierce firefight on Okinawa that felled approximately 75 men from the 1st Battalion, Private Doss refused to seek cover and carried his stricken comrades to safety one by one. This and other heroic acts earned him the highest honor America …

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Silence by Shūsaku Endō

Silence by Shūsaku Endō

Silence by Shūsaku Endō Father Rodrigues is an idealistic Portuguese Jesuit priest who, in the 1640s, sets sail for Japan on a determined mission to help the brutally oppressed Japanese Christians and to discover the truth behind unthinkable rumours that his famous teacher Ferreira has renounced his faith. Once faced with the realities of religious persecution Rodrigues himself is forced to make an impossible choice: whether to abandon his flock or his God. Winner of …

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Would You Believe It? by Karen Stollznow

Would You Believe It? by Karen Stollznow

Would You Believe It?: Mysterious Tales From People You’d Least Expect by Karen Stollznow Has anything mysterious ever happened to you? Experiences of this kind are more common than you think. And they happen to people you’d least expect, even notable scientists and skeptics. This collection features personal stories and experiences of the mysterious, as told by Banachek, Susan Blackmore, Joe Nickell, Eugenie Scott, Chris French, Ken Feder, George Hrab, Steve Cuno, Ray Hyman, and many …

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