Books in category Religion – Essays

  • God in the Sink

    God in the Sink
    Margie L. Haack

    For 33 years Margie lived with her husband and children in an American Gothic Foursquare in Minnesota that their children christened “Toad Hall.” During those years, Margie’s eyes were finely tuned by the ancient wisdom of biblical …

  • Joseph s Bones

    Joseph’s Bones
    Jerome M. Segal

    . . Nothing quite like it has appeared in years.”—Jack Miles, author of God: A Biography In this groundbreaking book, Jerome Segal offers a fresh and vigorous reexamination of the oldest part of the Bible.

  • Cloud of Witnesses

    Cloud of Witnesses
    George William Rutler

    I therefore feel confidence in recommending also the larger number of personalities I did not know.¿ ~ From the foreword by George Cardinal Pell of Sydney.This is an unusual book, written by an author with unusual insights, a wide range of …

  • The Lure

    The Lure
    William J. Vande Kopple

    They say that a fisherman never runs out of stories. Lucky for readers of this book, William J. Vande Kopple wants to do more than regale us with tales of the one that got away.

  • Raccontare l amore

    Raccontare l’amore
    Enzo Bianchi

    Tra le parabole evangeliche, Enzo Bianchi ne ha scelte quattro tra le più note e, muovendosi con agilità tra passato e presente, ci consegna un’appassionata rilettura di quelle che restano ancora oggi pagine aperte dei Vangeli.

  • A Splendid Wickedness and Other Essays

    A Splendid Wickedness and Other Essays
    David Bentley Hart

    This collection of occasional essays brings us David Bentley Hart at his finest: startlingly clear and deliciously abstruse, coolly wise and burningly witty, fresh and timeless, mystical and concrete often all at once.

  • Fundamentalism

    Simon A. Wood, David Harrington Watt

    Readers will quickly discover that in exploring this issue the book is “at war with itself.” In Fundamentalism Simon A. Wood and David Harrington Watt have deliberately assembled a range of voices that is reflective of the broad …

  • The Voices of the Saints

    The Voices of the Saints
    Bert Ghezzi

    The voices of the saints resound throughout the book, in quotations drawn from their own writings, the works of biographers, and the recollections of witnesses. Readers can use Voices of the Saints in several different ways.

  • Me of Little Faith

    Me of Little Faith
    Lewis Black

    What do we believe? And in God's name why? These are the thorny questions that Lewis Black, the bitingly funny comedian, social critic, and bestselling author, tackles in his new book, Me of Little Faith. And he's come up with some answers.

  • The Coming of Lilith

    The Coming of Lilith
    Judith Plaskow

    This first collection of Judith Plaskow's essays and short writings traces her scholarly and personal journey from her early days as a graduate student through her pioneering contributions to both feminist theology and Jewish feminism to …

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