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By Gary Punch
Amazing Grace Volume Three speaks about the life and work of the English evangelist Gary Punch. Gary Punch can be described as London’s best loved evangelist, preaching the gospel of Christ to thousands of people on the streets of London in a professional, dedicated and caring way. This...
By Ambrose Mong
A study of utopian thought in Western and Chinese traditions, bringing out the differences and similarities in their visions of a better, more just world.
This book charts a new direction in humanities scholarship through serious engagement with the geopolitical concept of the Anthropocene.
By Sabeena Khan
Dated 1909, A dialogue took place between a man and his Lord, stretching beyond the imaginations of all and superseding the works of man Allama Iqbal raises a series of complaints titled; Shikwa. The East was swept back in total astonishment as the controversy had begun. But little did...
A re-examination of the body and the erotic in Lutheran theology, offering a challenge to more austere and traditional interpretations.
Business is an understudied area in American religious history that has profound implications for how we understand the popularity and ongoing transformation of religion in the US. This volume explores the business aspects of American religious organizations by analyzing the financing, production, marketing, and distribution of religious goods and services...
Rumi is the greatest mystic poet to have written in Persian, and the Masnavi, written in six books, is his masterpiece. It conveys a message of divine love in entertaining stories and homilies. The focus of Book Four is with the mystical knowledge of the spiritual guide.
By Aisha Ahmad
Why are Islamists able to build state-like polities out of enduring civil war stalemate? By tracking the financial origins of jihadists in Afghanistan, Somalia, Pakistan, Mali, and Iraq, The Mosque and the Market shows that behind the heated rhetoric, there are hard economic reasons behind Islamist success.
This book will be of special value to students of philosophy, religion, theology, and the arts, especially in courses that aim to relate art and religion. It is accessibly written for use in discussion groups organized by churches, art museums, and the like.