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The Lion House
Ratings: 5
From 408 Voters

The Lion House


By Christopher de Bellaigue
  • Release Date : 08 November 2022
  • Genre: History

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Now I Am Known
Ratings: 5
From 358 Voters

Now I Am Known


By Peter Mutabazi
  • Release Date : 30 August 2022
  • Genre: Religion

At age ten, Peter Mutabazi ran away from home in rural Uganda to escape his abusive father. For five years Peter survived on the streets of Kampala, a city of 1.5 million, until one man saw potential in him. This one person not only supported Peter through school but altered Peter's outlook on life in every possible way. Since then, Peter has served as a relief coordinator during the Rwandan genocide, worked for the International Committee of Red Cross during the Sudan conflict, emigrated to the United States, fostered countless children, and become a single foster and adoptive parent. He speaks seven languages and has tra...

Encyclopedia of Sahih Al-Bukhari
Ratings: 4
From 668 Voters

Encyclopedia of Sahih Al-Bukhari


By Abu-`Abdullah Muhammad-Bin-Isma`il Al-Bukhari
  • Release Date : 07 August 2022
  • Genre: Religion

Since the invention of pen and paper, four books have been studied and analyzed more than all others: the Torah, the Gospel, the Qur'an, and Sahih Al-Bukhari. While there have been numerous translations of the first three, there has never been a complete translation of Sahih Al-Bukhari—due to its immense size and utter complexity—until now. After more than ten years of continuous research and translation by multiple layers of linguists, the Arabic Virtual Translation Center is pleased to announce the publication of the first-ever complete English translation of Sahih Al-Bukhari with full sanad and commentary. This is a...

The Religion of American Greatness
Ratings: 5
From 363 Voters

The Religion of American Greatness


By Paul D. Miller
  • Release Date : 05 July 2022
  • Genre: Religion

What is Christian nationalism, and how is it different from patriotism? Political theorist, veteran, and former White House staffer Paul D. Miller provides a detailed portrait of—and case against—Christian nationalism, calling for Christians to seek a healthier political witness that respects our constitutional ideals and a biblical vision of justice....

The Road Away from God
Ratings: 4
From 329 Voters

The Road Away from God


By Jonathan Martin
  • Release Date : 07 June 2022
  • Genre: Religion

It's no easy journey disentangling the good news of the gospel from the toxic theologies that have rendered Jesus unrecognizable. It's no wonder the church has sent many walking. In The Road Away from God, Jonathan Martin reimagines Luke's story of two disillusioned disciples walking the Emmaus road away from the holy city where they had watched their hope die a gruesome death right before their eyes. For anyone who is feeling their faith unravel, reckoning with religious trauma, or walking the long road of deconstruction, Martin speaks compassionate hope into the journey of today's disillusioned disciples, revealing that ...

How to Be Married (to Melissa)
Ratings: 5
From 1 Voters

How to Be Married (to Melissa)


By Dustin Nickerson
  • Release Date : 07 June 2022
  • Genre: Humor

Your therapist told you that marriage was no laughing matter, but Dustin Nickerson begs to differ. Go beyond the formulas and charts as you dig deep into your one-of-a-kind relationship. In this book written for actual married humans by an actual married human, Dustin explains why laughing in your marriage is essential—even in the hard times; why in a marriage, unlike on Southwest, your baggage does not fly free; what sex has to do with Legoland; an approach to problem-solving (we’re talking money, kids, in-laws) that brings you closer; and why you should never put Scattergories on your wedding registry. Popular standu...

Against Liberal Theology
Ratings: 5
From 915 Voters

Against Liberal Theology


By Roger E. Olson
  • Release Date : 07 June 2022
  • Genre: Religion

Liberal Christian theology permeates mainlines denominations and progressive circles of the church to this day. But what is liberal theology? What are progressive Christians progressing toward, and what are they leaving behind? In Against Liberal Theology, professor and theologian Roger E. Olson warns progressive and mainline Christians against passively accepting the ideas of liberal theology without thinking through the consequences. In doing so, he examines the basic beliefs of the Christian faith, the main ideas of liberal theology, the way today's mainline and progressive Christianity relates to classic liberalism, an...

Be Joyful
Ratings: 5
From 573 Voters

Be Joyful


By Joyce Meyer
  • Release Date : 10 May 2022
  • Genre: Religion

Conquer the most common obstacles to living a joy-filled life! In this 50-day guide, #1 New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer draws upon the teachings of the apostle Paul to help you experience joy-filled living each day of your life. ​ In this 50-day guide, #1 New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer draws upon the teachings of the apostle Paul to help you experience joy-filled living each day of your life. Joy is not just a "happy feeling" based on circumstances or on things you possess—it is a fruit of the Holy Spirit that empowers you to remain stable and persevere through hard times so you rise above ...

First Impressions
Ratings: 4
From 274 Voters

First Impressions


By Matt James
  • Release Date : 03 May 2022
  • Genre: Biography & Autobiography

Matt James, the first Black bachelor on ABC’s beloved television show, The Bachelor, shares his views on the controversial topics that defined his season and confronts matters of race, opportunity, and his biracial identity head on. When The Bachelor franchise announced Matt James as the first Black lead, it was celebrated as long-overdue progress on the primetime show. America fell in love with Matt—the Christian, former NFL athlete, and nonprofit CEO—who charmed millions of viewers each week. But the off-screen conversations around the show revealed the realities and inescapable challenges of being Black in America...

Speaking In Tongues
Ratings: 4
From 310 Voters

Speaking In Tongues


By Tom Tilley
  • Release Date : 01 May 2022
  • Genre: Biography & Autobiography

When you no longer believe in eternity, every moment counts -- A memoir of breaking free and reinvention From the outside, Tom Tilley's childhood seemed ordinary. The first son of a pastor, he grew up in a beautiful country town where life revolved around football, his loving family and their Pentecostal faith. But behind church doors, a strictly enforced set of rules included a looming ultimatum: if Tom didn't speak in tongues, he'd go to hell and be outcast from his close-knit, devout community. The older Tom became, the more he questioned the teachings of the church, especially around speaking in tongues. And the more h...

No Crowns in the Castle
Ratings: 5
From 1 Voters

No Crowns in the Castle


By Fantasia Taylor
  • Release Date : 26 April 2022
  • Genre: Religion

A Grammy Award-winning singer and her husband share what a Godly marriage looks like and encourage readers with faith-forward and Biblical relationship advice. ​ Fantasia Taylor—American Idol, Grammy-winning vocalist, and chart-topping singer—and her husband businessman Kendall Taylor were both successful and living in their purpose when they met and married three weeks later. Their marriage has had its ups and downs, but the one thing that has sustained them through all of it is the practice of taking off their crowns—the accolades, their egos, the things the world tells you matter—and serving each other within ...

What We Wish Were True
Ratings: 4
From 784 Voters

What We Wish Were True


By Tallu Schuyler Quinn
  • Release Date : 19 April 2022
  • Genre: Biography & Autobiography

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • “Facing death is the hardest thing of all, and Tallu Quinn faces hers in a way that broke and healed my heart. This book is a beautiful tribute to life, to truth, and to love.”—Glennon Doyle, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Untamed Profound essays on nurturing life while facing a terminal diagnosis, from the dedicated humanitarian and young mother creating “a vibrant legacy for us to hold on to and learn from” (Ann Patchett) “I am holding both my hope and my grief together in the same hands. It is a loose hold, looser than I am accustomed to. My love is so much bigger th...

Sister Roar
Ratings: 5
From 793 Voters

Sister Roar


By Kay Robertson
  • Release Date : 19 April 2022
  • Genre: Family & Relationships

Duck Dynasty matriarch Miss Kay and her daughter-in-law Lisa encourage you to live your strongest, happiest, most fulfilled life centered around the only One who loves you perfectly: Jesus. Through faith-filled, poignant, and sometimes hilarious stories about the sisterhood they’ve built with each other and with other women they’ve met on their journey, Kay and Lisa’s Scripture-infused message in Sister Roar emboldens you to embrace how God can transform your voice into the powerful tool it was meant to be; find inspiration, comfort, and encouragement through true stories of healed heartbreak; see how much you have i...

Two Billion Caliphs
Ratings: 5
From 268 Voters

Two Billion Caliphs


By Haroon Moghul
  • Release Date : 12 April 2022
  • Genre: Religion

Explains the attraction of Muslims to their faith, and discusses the challenges contemporary Islam confronts, and how we might imagine an Islamic theology and identity ready to face tomorrow Islam is often associated with and limited to the worst of the world—extremism, obscurantism, misogyny, bigotry. So why would so many people associate with such a fundamentalist faith? Two Billion Caliphs advocates for a way of being Muslim in the world, ready for today and prepared for tomorrow. Unlike stale summaries, which restrict themselves to facts and figures, Haroon Moghul presents a deeply Muslim perspective on the world, pr...

The Men We Need
Ratings: 5
From 319 Voters

The Men We Need


By Brant Hansen
  • Release Date : 29 March 2022
  • Genre: Religion

The world needs real men, real bad. And there are all sorts of conflicting ideas and messages about what a "real man" is (and is not). Is a real man one who hunts, loves sports, grills meat, fixes cars, and climbs mountains? Sure, sometimes. But that's not really the point of being a man and it's not the purpose for which men were made. Into our cultural confusion, Brant Hansen paints a refreshingly specific, compelling picture of what men are made to be: "Keepers of the Garden." Protectors and defenders. He calls for men of all interests and backgrounds (including "avid indoorsmen" like himself) to be ambitious about the ...