| 365 Days with the Saints
224 Carol Kelli-Gangi brings you a years worth of inspiration and love from The Saints. Be inspired by 365 Days with the Saints. This beautiful, devotional book by Carol-Kelly Gangi consists of quotations from Catholic saints for each day of the
| Ancient Near Eastern Thought and the Old Testament
black & white illustrations Much of the Old Testament seems strange to contemporary readers. However, as we begin to understand how ancient people viewed the world, the Old Testament becomes more clearly a book that stands within its ancient co
|Walton, Dr John H, Ph.D.
| Barbarian Rites
176 Discover the untamed paganism of the Vikings and the Germanic tribes prior to the complete Christianization of Europe - Explores the different forms of magic practiced by these tribes, including runic magic, necromancy (death magic), soul-tr
| Big Gods
10 halftones. 264 How did human societies scale up from small, tight-knit groups of hunter-gatherers to the large, anonymous, cooperative societies of today - even though anonymity is the enemy of cooperation? How did organized religions with "B
| Book of the People
234(Ht mm) 156(Wdt mm) 256 From one of our leading social and cultural historians comes a dazzling and original exploration of how, and why, we should still be reading the Bible, even if we no longer believe. A. N. Wilson has been thinking about
|Wilson, A. N.
| Book of the People
224 A. N. Wilson has been thinking about the Bible, and reading it, since he read theology for a year at university. Martin Luther King was 'reading the Bible' when he started the Civil Rights movement. When Michelangelo painted the fresco cycl
|Wilson, A. N.
| First Prayers for Little Ones
illustrations 48 This charmingly illustrated book is an inspiring collection of prayers and wishes that any child will love to use. Containing verses that are suited to every mood and occasion, the book offers blessings on waking, thoughts for t
| For God's Sake
320 Four of Australia's most interesting religious - and anti-religious - thinkers come together to ask and answer the big questions, such as: What is the nature of the universe? What is a good life? How do we account for evil? and Where do we f
|Caro, Jane, Loewenstein, Antony, Smart, Simon, Woodlock, Rachel
| Freedom: the End of the Human Condition
118 b/w images throughout text 798 The fastest growing realisation everywhere is that humanity can't go on the way it is going. Indeed, the great fear is we're entering endgame where we appear to have lost the race between self-destruction and s
|Griffith, Mr. Jeremy, Prosen, Professor Harry, MD.
| Giving Thanks
Full-colour illustrations throughout 56 Gratitude is that most remarkable of human emotions, a celebration of joy at once exuberant and reflective. At once a personal meditation of what it means to be grateful as well as a generous, essential co
| God Delusion
Paperback 464 pages. Presenting different arguments for religion, this book demonstrates the supreme improbability of a supreme being. It aims to show how religion fuels war, foments bigotry and abuses children.
| Good Book
608 A. C. Grayling, Britain's most popular and widely read philosopher, has created a secular bible that draws on the wisdom of 2,500 years of contemplative non-religious writing about all that it means to be human - from the origins of the univ
|Grayling, A. C.
| Grief Observed
Faber Paperbacks 60 Originally published, 1961
| Hard to Swallow Tale of Jonah and the Whale
Colour Artwork 32 The story of Jonah is full of ingredients that children love: a dangerous mission; a man on the run; danger at sea; an incredible whale rescue; and a grand finale about forgiveness. Amanda Hall and Joyce Denham give this classi
|Denham, Joyce, Hall, Amanda
| Is for Atheist
224 Atheists may be among the fastest growing "religious" demographics in the world, but they are also perhaps the most misunderstood. To begin, atheists have no identifying marks, no defining habits, no obvious symbols, for all that unites them
| Islamic Civilization in Thirty Lives
80 colour illustrations 272 The religious thinkers, political leaders, law-makers, writers and philosophers of the early Muslim world helped to shape the 1,400-year-long development of today's second-largest world religion. But who were these pe
|Robinson, Chase F.
640 N. J. Dawood's masterful translation of the Koran, with parallel Arabic text. "Across the language barrier Dawood captures the thunder and poetry of the original". (The Times). The Koran is universally accepted by Muslims to be the infallibl
|Dawood, N. J.
| Lion Read and Know Bible
Colour illustrations 384 A smaller format, hardback edition of a popular Bible - the reduced size makes it more accessible for young children. Over 50 stories, retold in simple language, are accompanied by 30 fun and informative encyclopedic dou
|Piper, Sophie, Lewis, Anthony
| Living with a Wild God
272 Barbara Ehrenreich is an acclaimed social critic on both sides of the Atlantic, renowned for her trenchant, witty polemics, her pieces of journalism, and her trademark intelligence. She writes with unparalleled precision, insight and a ratio
| Of God and Gods
200 For thousands of years, our world has been shaped by biblical monotheism. But its hallmark - a distinction between one true God and many false gods - was once a new and radical idea. "Of God and Gods" explores the revolutionary newness of bi
| Prayer for the Day on Peace
176 As we hurry through our often demanding lives, we long for stillness, for tranquillity, for social harmony. Yet in today's troubled world, peace can seem far away indeed. This inspiring collection of 40 meditations and prayers, drawn from th
|BBC Radio 4
| Price of Monotheism
160 Nothing has so radically transformed the world as the distinction between true and false religion. In this nuanced consideration of his own controversial "Moses the Egyptian", renowned Egyptologist Jan Assmann answers his critics, extending
|Assmann, Jan, Savage, Robert
| Putting God Second
208 Why have the monotheistic religions failed to produce societies that live up to their ethical ideals? A prominent rabbi answers this question by looking at his own faith and offering a way for religion to heal itself. In "Putting God Second,
| Religions Book
352 This is an innovative and accessible guide to the world's religions. The Religions Book clearly explains the key concepts behind the earliest religious beliefs right up to the world's newest faiths, getting to the heart of what it means to b
| Resurrecting Jesus
272 The story of Jesus has not waned in its power to change lives. Yet today, even though the majority of us grew up in a culture suffused by the mythos of Jesus, many of us feel disconnected from the essence and vitality of his teachings. With
| Shinto the Kami Way
ill 128 Shinto, the indigenous faith of the Japanese people, continues to fascinate and mystify both the casual visitor to Japan and the long-time resident. This introduction unveils Shintos spiritual characteristics and discusses the architectu
|Ono, Sokyo, Woodard, William P
| Taming the Gods
144 For eight years the president of the United States was a born-again Christian, backed by well-organized evangelicals who often seemed intent on erasing the church-state divide. In Europe, the increasing number of radicalized Muslims is creat