Christian, Inspirational, and Religious

Religicide: Confronting the Roots of Anti-Religious Violence

Publication Date: 11/22/2022

A brave and timely proposal to name, investigate, and ultimately stop a new crime–the mass murder of millions of people for their faith. Religion-related violence is the fastest spreading type of violence worldwide. Attacks on religious minorities follow a clear pattern and are preceded with early warning signs. Until now,…

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Stretching Your Faith: Practicing the Postures of Prayer

Publication Date: 11/22/2022

Can you be a Christian and practice yoga? Yes. The Bible repeatedly declares that Christians rest, meditate, and worship with the whole mind, body, and spirit—and this book helps readers do just that. There are many things that separate us from God and our faith: work, family, stress, health problems,…

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Jews And Booze: Alcoholism, Addiction, and Denial in the Jewish World

Publication Date: 11/01/2022

We Jews wrongly believe we’re immune to alcoholism and addiction—instead, individuals, families, and communities are suffering because of the stigmas surrounding addiction and recovery in the Jewish world. “Shikkur is a goy.” This Yiddish phrase means “Only Gentiles can be alcoholics,” but it’s not true. Jews suffer from alcoholism and…

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Own Your Opportunities: A Story of Self-Discovery and Self-Determination

Publication Date: 10/04/2022

Own Your Opportunities is a self-portrait of a Black woman in corporate America who discovers her value and walks away from a company to pursue sanity and the freedom to realize her dream. Own Your Opportunities is uplifting to women who may feel disillusioned and overwhelmed in corporate America. The…

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The Path of an Eagle: How to Overcome and Lead After Being Knocked Down

Publication Date: 09/27/2022

A real, emotional, and vulnerable story of one man’s persistent courage to overcome some of life’s worst and greatest challenges, while finding hope, healing, love, peace, and fulfilment along the journey of life. A heartfelt, emotive, and hopeful account of one man’s awe-inspiring journey to overcome the seemingly impossible—near-death experiences,…

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Jewish Pride

Publication Date: 09/13/2022

Michael Steinhardt left a stellar career on Wall Street and spent the next three decades launching revolutionary philanthropic programs like Birthright Israel and OneTable that offer a proud, rich future for the next generation of secular American Jews. What are the keys to a proud Jewish life? Part memoir, part…

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Defenders of the West: The Christian Heroes Who Stood Against Islam

Publication Date: 07/26/2022

A riveting account of the lives and epic battles of eight Western defenders against violent Islamic jihad that sheds much-needed light on the enduring conflict with radical Islam. In Defenders of the West, the author of Sword and Scimitar follows up with vivid and dramatic profiles of eight extraordinary warriors—some…

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The Beatles, The Bible and Bodega Bay

Publication Date: 05/17/2022

The Beatles, the Bible and Bodega Bay presents two portraits: the young man in London on top of the Apple building (and on top of the world!) as he watches the Beatles perform for the last time, and the older man on a remote Sonoma beach on his knees looking…

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The Critical Qur’an: Explained from Key Islamic Commentaries and Contemporary Historical Research

Publication Date: 05/03/2022

A unique resource for understanding the Islamic Holy Book. As Islamic terrorism becomes a distressingly common feature of life in North America and Europe, it has become increasingly important for non-Muslims to be aware of the ideology that animates and motivates jihad violence and Sharia oppression of women and others—an…

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The Shakespeare Haggadah: Elevate Your Seder with the Bard of Avon

Publication Date: 03/15/2022

It be the Passover Haggadah, as Shakespeare would hast writ it, hadst the idea occurred to him. Art thee a teenager? Most wondrous. How about a tweenager? Coequal better. Readeth this while the stodgy grownups and fartuous children readeth the haggadot, catered only to those folk—until now. Thou canst useth…

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