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  • The Murderous History of Bible Translationsby Harry Freedman

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2016; US$ 22.99

    In 1535, William Tyndale, the first man to produce an English version of the Bible in print, was captured and imprisoned in Belgium. A year later he was strangled and then burned at the stake. His co-translator was also burned. In that same year the translator of the first Dutch Bible was arrested and beheaded. These were not the first, nor were they... more...

  • Rescuing the Gospelby Erwin W. Lutzer

    Baker Publishing Group 2016; US$ 19.99

    ECPA Gold Medallion Award-winning author Erwin Lutzer tells the riveting story of the Protestant Reformation, when believers were forced to define their faith in the crucible of controversy and hot debate--with ramifications that shook the world. more...

  • Massacre at Sand Creekby Gary L. Roberts

    Abingdon Press 2016; US$ 19.99

    Cheyennes and Arapahos slain while under the protection of the U. S. government. more...

  • Habitual Offendersby Craig A. Monson

    University of Chicago Press 2016; US$ 40.00

    In April 1644, two nuns fled Bologna?s convent for reformed prostitutes. A perfunctory archiepiscopal investigation went nowhere, and the nuns were quickly forgotten. By June of the next year, however, an overwhelming stench drew a woman to the wine cellar of her Bolognese townhouse, reopened after a two-year absence?where to her horror she discovered... more...

  • The Blessings of Businessby Darren E. Grem

    Oxford University Press 2016; US$ 23.99

    While preachers, activists, and politicians have all helped spread the gospel, Darren Grem argues that evangelicalism owes its strength to the blessings of business. Grem offers a new history of American evangelicalism, showing how its adherents strategically used corporate America--its leaders, businesses, money, ideas, and values--to advance their... more...

  • The Lost Narrative of Jesusby Peter Cresswell

    John Hunt Publishing 2016; US$ 8.99

    The strange, fragmented story of the transfiguration is pieced together, revealing something altogether unexpected: the greatest Christian mystery resolved. more...

  • Los 1000 días de Jesús en la Tierraby Pedro Donoso Brant

    Primento Digital Publishing 2016; US$ 9.99

    Este libro es un libro especial. En él se recogen, paso por paso, todos los días que Jesús de Nazaret pasó en la tierra Aquí encontrarás sus enseñanzas, experiencias y milagros. Y todo ello con los sabios comentarios de Pedro Sergio Donoso Brant, uno de los máximos expertos mundiales en las Sagradas Escrituras. Los comentarios son de tres tipos:... more...

  • Bearing False Witnessby Rodney Stark

    Templeton Press 2016; US$ 12.99

    As we all know and as many of our well established textbooks have argued for decades, the Inquisition was one of the most frightening and bloody chapters in Western history, Pope Pius XII was anti-Semitic and rightfully called ?Hitler?s Pope,? the Dark Ages were a stunting of the progress of knowledge to be redeemed only by the secular spirit of the... more...

  • Incorruptible Bodiesby Yonatan Moss

    University of California Press 2016; US$ 95.00

    In the early sixth-century eastern Roman empire, anti-Chalcedonian leaders Severus of Antioch and Julian of Halicarnassus debated the nature of Jesus's body: Was it corruptible prior to its resurrection from the dead? Viewing the controversy in light of late antiquity?s multiple images of the ?body of Christ,? Yonatan Moss reveals the underlying political,... more...

  • Nuntiatur des Ciriaco Rocci. Außerordentliche Nuntiatur des Girolamo Grimaldi ? Sendung des P. Alessandro d?Ales (1633?1634)by Rotraud Becker

    De Gruyter 2016; US$ 210.00

    This edition fills the earlier gaps in the Nunciature reports from 1628 to 1635. In addition to the Papal diplomatic correspondence from the particularly dramatic period at the end of the Wallenstein era and subsequent military events, it also offers an overall view about a period of tense relations between the papacy and the Imperial Court of Ferdinand... more...