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  • There Is No God and Mary Is His Mother: Rediscovering Religionless Christianity

    There Is No God and Mary Is His Mother: Rediscovering Religionless Christianity

    In this personal, witty, and timely book, New York Times bestselling author Thomas Cathcart takes readers on a journey into belief and unbelief and leads them through to "religionless Christianity." He shows that, even absent traditional theological formulas and doctrines, Christianity can be credible, meaningful, and practical.

    9781506474168

    $19.00

  • Bible People: Monologues for Lent

    Bible People: Monologues for Lent

    This collection of dramatic monologues is ideal for congregations looking for something fresh and new. Contains six monologues based on Biblical characters ...

    9780806670119

    $19.95

  • Tales of the Pointless People

    Tales of the Pointless People

    An engaging collection of short stories from Daniel Erlander about how we don't need to accumulate points in life. Inspired by an original story by Anne Herbert.

    9781506447858

    $4.50

  • N: My Encounter with Racism and the Forbidden Word in an American Classic

    N: My Encounter with Racism and the Forbidden Word in an American Classic

    This book is about a Black man's experience of reading Mark Twain's classic Adventures of Huckleberry Finn for the first time while in graduate school. It captures the author's emotional struggle with Twain's use of the racial epithet more than two hundred times in the text. In these pages, Harris challenges his instructor and classmates and inspires readers to redress the long history of American racism and white supremacy bound up with the N word.

    9781506479163

    $18.99

  • Good Grief: A Companion for Every Loss

    Good Grief: A Companion for Every Loss

    For more than fifty years Good Grief has helped millions of readers find comfort and rediscover hope after loss.

    Good Grief identifies ten stages of grief but, recognizing that grief is complex and deeply personal, defines no "right" way to grieve.

    Whether mourning the death of a loved one, the end of a marriage, the loss of a job, or other difficult life changes, Good Grief is a proven steady companion in times of loss.

    9781506454474

    $7.99

  • Whirl Story Bible: Lectionary Edition

    Whirl Story Bible: Lectionary Edition

    The Whirl Story Bible brings Bible stories to life for kids. Essential resource for Whirl Sunday school.

    9781451484786

    $21.49

  • Church of the Wild: How Nature Invites Us into the Sacred

    Church of the Wild: How Nature Invites Us into the Sacred

    Like many who feel unfulfilled by traditional faith expressions, Victoria Loorz went in search of a spirituality strong enough to reckon with the unraveling of her vocation, identity, and planet, and found herself in the wilderness. As cofounder of the Wild Church Network and Seminary of the Wild, Loorz invites us to reimagine our relationship with and deepen our commitment to a suffering planet by falling in love with it--and calling it church.

    9781506469645

    $17.99

  • Black Lives Matter to Jesus: The Salvation of Black Life and All Life in Luke and Acts

    Black Lives Matter to Jesus: The Salvation of Black Life and All Life in Luke and Acts

    Black-skinned people were and are included in the family of God, demonstrating that all colors in the family of God have dignity. This view bolsters a Christian anti-racist agenda. This work attempts to undermine Christian racism that has deemed Black skin inherently problematic, showing that the destruction of racism is at the heart of the gospel of Jesus.

    9781506474625

    $28.00

  • Journeys of Asian Diaspora: Mapping Originations and Destinations

    Journeys of Asian Diaspora: Mapping Originations and Destinations

    This is a collection of essays by Asian-diaspora Christian scholars about their communities in different parts of the world. It paints a portrait of the widespread dispersion and establishment of distinctively Asian Christian communities in their places of settlement. The book makes a case about how migration of people has made Asian Christianity more global and how Asian-diaspora communities are playing a decisive role in transforming and advancing Christian faith in the twenty-first century.

    9781506472492

    $28.00

  • The Liberation of Method: The Ethics of Emancipatory Biblical Interpretation

    The Liberation of Method: The Ethics of Emancipatory Biblical Interpretation

    The field of biblical studies has championed the historical-critical method as the only way to guarantee objective interpretation. But in recent decades, scholars have pursued hermeneutical approaches that provide interpretations useful for marginalized communities who see the Bible as a resource in their struggles against oppression. Such liberative strategies remain on the margins. The Liberation of Method argues that this marginality must end, and that liberative methods should become central to biblical studies.

    9781506474588

    $39.00

  • The Girl with Big, Big Questions

    The Girl with Big, Big Questions

    In a world that doesn't always welcome big questions, a persistent and inquisitive girl keeps asking them anyway--because asking questions is how we learn and grow.

    9781506473789

    $17.99

  • Portraits of Peace: Searching for Hope in a Divided America

    Portraits of Peace: Searching for Hope in a Divided America

    Frustrated with an increasingly polarized society, award-winning photographer John Noltner set out on a road trip across the US to rediscover the common humanity that connects us by asking people the simple question "What does peace mean to you?"

    9781506471211

    $27.99

  • The End of College: Religion and the Transformation of Higher Education in the 20th Century

    The End of College: Religion and the Transformation of Higher Education in the 20th Century

    The End of College chronicles the transformation of religion's role in higher education in the US during the first half of the twentieth century. This period witnessed an end to the religious college and its decidedly religious ends. In its place, the American university ushered in religion departments and religious studies, which sought to make a more complete democracy.

    9781506471464

    $32.00

  • A Place for You Leader Sourcebook: Holy Communion Resources for the Whole Congregation

    A Place for You Leader Sourcebook: Holy Communion Resources for the Whole Congregation

    This rich sourcebook and curriculum guide equips you to lead your whole congregation into a deeper understanding of holy communion based on Daniel Erlander’s classic book A Place for You.

    9781506447803

    $44.95

  • Preaching the Headlines: Possibilities and Pitfalls

    Preaching the Headlines: Possibilities and Pitfalls

    Preaching the Headlines reframes preaching as an ongoing conversation between the modern world and the world of the biblical text. Preachers use what they know about life as a bridge to the text, while life in the text provides the bridge back to faith in the contemporary world. The goal of the book is to provide a process to aid preachers in doing theological reflection on the everyday world as an integral part of sermon development.

    9781506453866

    $18.99

  • Exploring Islam: Theology and Spiritual Practice in America

    Exploring Islam: Theology and Spiritual Practice in America

    Exploring Islam is a comprehensive yet accessible introduction to the foundations of the Islamic faith, including its history, theology, and spiritual practice. The book also deals with issues such as jihad, the status of women, and the various sectarian divisions in Islam. Most distinctive about this work is its analysis of the lived experience of Muslims in modern American life. Sayilgan offers readers a perspective that is scholarly, judicious, and engaging.

    9781506468020

    $36.00

  • Our Fair Share: How One Small Change Can Create a More Equitable American Economy

    Our Fair Share: How One Small Change Can Create a More Equitable American Economy

    Over the past fifty years, our economy has been pulling us apart at unprecedented rates by allowing the richest Americans to hoard wealth like almost never before. In Our Fair Share, Brian C. Johnson combines accessible scholarship on wealth and income inequity with stories of real people struggling to survive and thrive in America today. Ultimately, Johnson lays the groundwork for a reasonable and actionable solution, drawing us together to build a common American future.

    9781506470757

    $28.99

  • The Perfect Being: Selections from the Classic Islamic Text

    The Perfect Being: Selections from the Classic Islamic Text

    Translated for the first time from the original Persian into English, these selected treatises from the thirteenth-century work The Perfect Being provide a fascinating glimpse into Sufism. With a helpful introduction and explanatory notes, The Perfect Being is a valuable introduction to classic Islamic texts for spiritual seekers and students.

    9781506472812

    $24.00

  • The Storied Church: A Strategy for Congregational Renewal

    The Storied Church: A Strategy for Congregational Renewal

    The Storied Church focuses on story-centered church renewal and is born of a suspicion that the restorative, transformative, life-giving function that stories have for us as individuals may serve communities of faithful people as well. If stories help us survive as human creatures, why can't they help churches survive? This book is a tool to empower pastors and lay leaders to effect revitalizing change in their faith communities. Each chapter includes questions for reflection.

    9781506470092

    $19.99

  • Baptized in Tear Gas: From White Moderate to Abolitionist

    Baptized in Tear Gas: From White Moderate to Abolitionist

    In Baptized in Tear Gas, minister and activist Elle Dowd invites readers to experience her transformation from what Martin Luther King Jr. referred to as "the white moderate" into an Assata Shakur-reading, courthouse-occupying abolitionist. Like in baptism, this alteration requires parts of us to die--our tone policing, white niceness, respectability politics--so that we may be reborn. Through the Uprising in Ferguson, God made Elle into something new. Now it's our turn.

    9781506470429

    $16.99

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Lutheran Study Bible

Explore the NRSV Bible with accompanying background material, Lutheran insights, and faith reflection starters.

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Good Grief

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Living with Hope series

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Word & World

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The Cross Vision

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Spark Bibles

Help kids encounter the Bible with the colorful Spark Story Bible and the kid-friendly Spark Bible NRSV.

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Connect Bibles

Help kids connect the Bible to their own lives with the activities and tools in the Connect Bible NRSV.

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    Bibles

    Dwell in God’s word with Bibles for every age and experience level.

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