With inspired ingenuity, Willard weaves the spiritual, the scientific & the societal together in this tour de force of living with God.
Far from a passing fad, Kabbalah is a captivating tradition steeped in Judaism - distilled here to its most accessible & enlightening aspects.
The conscience & the corporeal unite in this internationally bestselling classic on enlightenment according to the sacred & ancient tenets of Buddhism.
Noted atheist Hitchens collects the writings of great thinkers from Rushdie to Hobbes in an effort to intelligently articulate his rationale against religion.
Strobel approaches the son of God with expert reportage from scientific & philosophical angles, ultimately carving out his own path from skeptic to believer.
A fundamentalist past leads to a politically-charged future, where the outspoken Ali works tirelessly against the forces of religious extremism in the name of progress.
At 16, Martin woke from a nearly vegetative state but still couldn't communicate with those near him. This NY Times bestseller is an incredibly moving Diving Bell and the Butterfly-esque tale of love & resilience.
Full of grace, wit & chutzpah, this daring history is as much about the evolution of monotheism, Middle Eastern culture & biblical literary style as it is about its eponymous patriarch. A smart, challenging read.
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A bible for the secular, this humanist guide to living a good life draws on the inspired writings of humanity’s greatest thinkers to encourage readers of all stripes to celebrate the joys of life, and to overcome its trials.
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Kenneth and Margaret Taylor launched Tyndale House Publishers in 1962, as a means of publishing The Living Bible. Tyndale publishes Christian fiction, nonfiction, children's books, and other resources, including Bibles in the New Living Translation (NLT).
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Everything you could ever want to know about the archetypal secret societies, from the origins of the Templars’ quest to recover the Holy Grail, to the role of the Freemasons in the founding of America, to books dedicated to unpacking The DaVinci Code.
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This collection explores the boundaries and overlaps between faith and reason. We like to think if gathered all the writers in this provocative collection together we’d have all the makings of a fascinating (if intensely awkward) dinner party.
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