by: Sabeeha Rehman
Publisher: pArcade PublishingBook Description
A heartfelt memoir plumbs the multilayered experience of being Muslim in America.
With a steady infusion of verve and personality, Rehman immerses readers in the traditions of a Middle Eastern culture in which prearranged adolescent ... more
Publisher: pTyndale House Publishers, Inc.Book Description
A pastor examines his childhood living with a disabled parent.
The author’s mother, Beverly “Bev” Mae Thornton, grew up in a modest family in Indiana. Warm, charismatic, and smart, she began, at age 16, to go out with John Tho ... more
by: Tim Abraham
Publisher: pXulon PressBook Description
A handbook for devout Christians invokes diverse pop-culture references.
The key organizing conceit of Abraham’s nonfiction debut is an extended comparison between true living in the Christian faith and the TV series Fear F ... more
by: A.N. Wilson
Publisher: pHarperBook Description
Why and how to read the Bible in modern times.
Wilson (Victoria: A Life, 2014, etc.) looks back on a lifetime spent despising religion only to realize that the Bible itself has some place in human society. He uses as his vehicle a ... more
by: Michael Haag
Publisher: pHarper PaperbacksBook Description
Shining the spotlight on Mary Magdalene.
Mirroring the title and scope of Albert Schweitzer’s The Quest of the Historical Jesus (1906), Haag (The Tragedy of the Templars: The Rise and Fall of the Crusader States ... more
by: Milton Viorst
Publisher: pThomas Dunne BooksBook Description
An examination of Zionism through its most influential proponents.
Former New Yorker Middle East correspondent Viorst (What Shall I Do with This People?: Jews and the Fractious Politics of Judaism, 2002, etc.) takes ... more
Publisher: pTarcherPerigeeBook Description
The mysteries and the esoterica of Islamic history and culture.
Knight (Why I Am a Salafi, 2015, etc.) begins with a scholarly explanation of why “magic” cannot be fully defined outside the confines of a European past; ... more