September 12, 2022

Soul Baptism

In Soul Baptism, retired FBI agent Lucian J. Gandolfo focuses his investigative expertise on the Bible. In this in-depth exploration of the Christian Trinity, Gandolfo examines whether this sacred act of baptism is a “one-time salvation experience of spiritual regeneration, or a subsequent-to-salvation spiritual endowment of empowerment.” Essentially, what does it mean to be “born […]


August 22, 2022

Catholics Read the Scriptures: Commentary on Benedict XVI’s Verbum Domini

Catholic priest and frequent contributor to Robert Royal and Brad Miner’s online magazine The Catholic Thing, Bevil Bramwell provides exegesis on Pope Benedict XVI’s post-synodal apostolic exhortation Verbum Domini (The Word of the Lord).

One of Benedict’s lesser-known but essential works, Verbum Domini focuses on the Catholic Church’s relationship with the Bible and how Christians […]


May 30, 2022

Family Guide To Celebration Of The Jewish Holidays

Leonard and Linda Chesler, wishing to pass on to their children and others the traditions of their Jewish religion, have composed this guide to sacred days and the history and meaning of each.

Stressing the significance of Jewish celebrations and commemorations for the family unit, the Cheslers’ collection examines numerous sacred days in a format […]


May 2, 2022

I Am Not a Monk “Sponging Off” Buddhism

During 84 years of monastic life, Venerable Master Hsing Yun has filled 365 volumes about the Buddha. Yet as he nears age 100, disciples requested one more volume that distills their message. I Am Not a Monk “Sponging Off” Buddhism is that book, a dense but rewarding collection of 10 previously published essays that explain […]


April 18, 2022

Seven Brief Lessons on Language

“Language is like a fruit,” writes author and translator Jonathan Dunne. “When it becomes ripe, it opens up to us to reveal its contents.” In Seven Brief Lessons on Language, Dunne waxes spiritual on the nature, efficacy, and power of words.

Dunne presents a series of short essays that thoughtfully and poetically challenge our ideas […]


April 11, 2022

Connecting the Dots: Twenty-One Devotionals Based on Real-Life Experiences to Better Understand Kingdom Principles

Jason Yearwood helps readers overcome life’s challenges with this 21-day devotional that explains Bible principles through relevant, modern analogies.

Yearwood connects the dots between life experiences and biblical lessons to help readers learn how to live an abundant, purposeful life. By using current events and modern situations to illustrate ancient Bible teachings, Yearwood shows how […]


March 21, 2022

God is a Verb! Selah! Stop and Think Intently

In this slim book, author Lynn Keller proposes that God is not a “big magician in the sky” or a thing, but rather an action—a verb.

Keller began conceptualizing her book after a class exercise at Cornell University where she was the sole student to answer that the purpose of religion was to “be nice […]


March 14, 2022

The Bible and Beyond

Proving that the Bible wasn’t written in a vacuum, Judith Marie Judy presents a sourcebook of the history, geography, and politics that surrounded and influenced Judaism and Christianity through their development over three millennia. Looking to unravel “the somewhat bewildering and overwhelming information of the Bible,” the author offers concise entries, timelines, and a glossary […]


February 7, 2022

Retaliation of the Cursed: A Historical Investigation of the Origins of Worship, World Religion, Mythology, Paganism, Astrology and Atheism, and their Contributions Leading to Modern Hinduism

What began for author Stephen Martin, Jr. as a quest to better understand modern Hinduism turned into a mission to illuminate an original universal belief system that he theorizes is the root not only of modern Hinduism, but in fact, all major religions.

In Retaliation of the Cursed, Martin introduces his thesis by claiming that […]