Warren Mc Williams has contributed to The Passion of God as an author.McWilliams is Professor of Religion and holder of the Auguie Henry Chair of Bible at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, read more
"It may at first seem to be a strange combination, yet Niebuhr's analysis of the human condition inevitably led him into a dialogue with psychology. Often writing with blazing insight and analytical genius, Niebuhr was an avid student of human nature. read more
Examining all the Harry Potter novels, John Killinger points out the consistent way in which author J. K. Rowling follows the story of Christ in the Gospels with Harry as a Christ-figure.
Rowling managed to keep this idea a secret to the end of the s read more
Not strictly a military history, Ben Wynne examines in this book the social components of Confederate service in the context of the experiences of a single regiment. Wynne begins with a general overview of the political climate of the 1850s, localized read more
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