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Oxford

1. The Truth Behind "The Da Vinci Code": A Historian Reveals What We Really Know About Jesus, Mary Magdalene and Constantine

by Bart D. Ehrman

2. Tree of Souls: The Mythology of Judaism

by Howard Schwartz

3. Dream Catchers: How Mainstream America Discovered Native Spirituality

by Philip Jenkins

4. Anger (The Seven Deadly Sins)

by Robert A. F. Thurman

5. Greed (The Seven Deadly Sins)

by Phyllis A. Tickle

Beacon

1. The Miracle of Mindfulness: An Introduction to the Practice of Meditation

by Thich Nhat Hank

2. An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth

by Mohandas K. Gandhi

3. Man's Search for Meaning

by Viktor Frankl

4. The Buddhist Bible

edited by David Goddard

5. Understanding the Bible: An Introduction for Skeptics, Seekers and Religious Liberals

by John Buehrens

Yale

1. Jonathan Edwards: A Life

by George M. Marsden

2. Science and the Trinity: The Christian Encounter with Reality

by John Polkinghorne

3. Religious Pluralism in America: The Contentious History of a Founding Ideal

by William R. Hutchinson

4. Can God and Caesar Coexist? Balancing Religious Freedom and International Law

by Robert F. Drinan, S.J.

5. Hellfire Nation: The Polities of Sin in American History

by James A. Morone

Brazos

1. Anxious about Empire: Theological Essays on the New Global Realities

edited by Wes Avram

2. Following Gandalf: Epic Battles and Moral Victory in "The Lord of the Rings"

by Matthew Dickerson

3. Searching for Home: Spirituality for Restless Souls

by M. Craig Barnes

4. God Is Not ... Religious, Nice, "One of Us," an American, a Capitalist

edited by D. Brent Laytham

5. Performing the Faith: Bonhoeffer and the Practice of Non-violence

by Stanley Hauerwas

Eerdmans

1. Scarred by Struggle, Transformed by Hope

by Joan D. Chittister

2. The Dwelling of the Light: Praying with Icons of Christ

by Rowan Williams

3. Francis of Assisi: Performing the Gospel Life

by Lawrence S. Cunningham

4. Basic Christianity

by John R. W. Stott

5. Transforming Congregational Culture

by Anthony B. Robinson

Jossey-Bass

1. A Hidden Wholeness

by Parker Palmer

2. A Song to Sing, a Life to Live

by Don Saliers and Emily Saliers

3. Becoming a Goddess of Inner Poise

by Donna Freitas

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