Journey to the Empty Tomb by Paula Gooder (Mar. 1, paper,
$19, ISBN 978-1-4514-9804-2) focuses on the events leading up
to the first Easter, examining the world of the New Testament,
its language, and culture, to offer fresh insights into familiar
The Spirit of Saint Francis: Inspiring Words from Pope
Francis by Pope Francis (Feb. 6, hardcover, $19.99, ISBN 978-1-
61636-859-3). Published in cooperation with the Vatican, this
original collection looks at the life and legacy of St. Francis of Assisi
through the pope’s uplifting and challenging words.
Spiritual Resilience: 30 Days to Refresh Your Soul by Robert
J. Wicks (Feb. 17, paper, $12.99, ISBN 978-1-61636-886-9).
Drawn from a variety of spiritual traditions, these 30 reflections are
intended to help the reader rediscover spiritual resilience and psychological strength.
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Headscarves and Hymens: Why the Middle East Needs a
Sexual Revolution by Mona Eltahawy (Apr. 21, hardcover, $23,
ISBN 978-0-86547-803-9) is a passionate manifesto decrying
misogyny in the Arab world, by an Egyptian American journalist,
commentator, and activist.
Religion and the Struggle for European Union: Confessional Culture and the Limits of Integration by Brent F. Nelsen
and James L. Guth (June 18, paper, $34.95, ISBN 978-1-62616-
070-5) delves into the powerful role of religion in shaping European attitudes on politics, political integration, and the national
and continental identities of its leaders and citizens, comparing and
contrasting Catholic and Protestant views.
All Who Go Do Not Return: A Memoir
by Shulem Deen (Mar. 24, paper, $16,
ISBN 978-1-55597-705-4) is a debut
memoir about faith and exile, depicting
life inside one of the strictest and most
insular ultra-Orthodox U.S. sects and
Deen’s eventual estrangement from it and
his wife and five children.
Church Refugees by Josh Packard and
Ashleigh Hope (Apr., paper, $14.99, ISBN 978-1-4707-2592-1).
In a major new study, two sociologists offer insights gleaned from
hundreds of in-depth interviews with people who are done with
How to Read the Bible and Still Be a Christian: Struggling
How to Read the Bible by Harvey Cox (Apr. 14, hardcover,
$26.99, ISBN 978-0-06-234315-4) explains the three primary
ways people read the Bible, why each is important, and how to
integrate these approaches for a richer understanding and appre-
ciation of key biblical texts.
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