By: Roy H., Jr. May

Ethics in the West too often equates morality with universal moral principles, thus imposing lifestyles and moral criteria that do not respect differences and local histories. Even Christianity proposes ethics that is based on eternal, absolute an...


By: Wayne D. Rossiter

In the century and a half since Darwin's Origin of Species, there has been an ongoing--and often vociferously argued--conversation about our species' place in creation and its relationship to a Creator. A growing number of academic professionals s...


By: Katie Warner

Husbands and wives. Fathers and Mothers. Breadwinners and Homemakers. As men and women, we have many ways of approaching our roles in family life. But what if we could find even deeper meaning in our God-given vocations by viewing ourselves as th...


By: Veronica M. Lawson

One of Australia's leading biblical scholars offers a wonderful guide to the Church to help Catholics and other Christians celebrate the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy proclaimed by Pope Francis. In this book, she combines deep scholarship and ins...


By: Don McGee

The first edition of this book contained a number of brief articles about the end times. This edition is no different in intent. The basic difference is that the second edition includes articles that are associated with events more applicable to...


By: Grace Dola, None, None Balogun

Jesus Christ The Joy of Christmas will bless you with the very beauty and joy that Christmas has to offer. We all need to come to know and truly understand the very good news and great joy of the birth of the Messiah.


By: Edward Abdill

While several books have been written on modern Theosophy - the ancient wisdom tradition that can be found in every great culture from earliest times to the present - none currently exist today in the form of Edward Abdill's new title. Presenting ...


By: Robert Frager

Once a woman brought her son to the thirteenth-century Turkish Sufi master Nasruddin complaining that the boy had an uncontrollable sweet tooth. She asked Nasruddin to tell the boy to stop eating sweets. He said to bring him back in four weeks. Wh...


By: Phillip Gowins

This wise, funny, and compassionate book follows Gowins apprenticeship with Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan, spiritual leader of the Sufi Order International. Until now, Pir Vilayat's order has not had a strong, accessible introduction. This book not only...


By: William Wilberforce

William Wilberforce, best known as the driving force in Parliament that ended the slave trade in England, is concerned with convincing those who call themselves Christian to pursue "the real" nature and principles of the religion which t...