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What S God Got To Do With It by Tim Page
Robert Ingersoll (1833—1899) is one of the great lost figures in United States history, all but forgotten at just the time America needs him most. An outspoken and unapologetic agnostic, fervent champion of the separation of church and state, and tireless advocate of the rights of women and African Americans, he drew enormous audiences in the late nineteenth century with his lectures on “freethought.” His admirers included Mark Twain and Thomas A. Edison, who said Ingersoll had “all the attributes of a perfect man” and went so far as to make an early recording of Ingersoll’s voice. The publication of What’s God Got to Do with It? will return Robert Ingersoll and his ideas to American political discourse. Edited and with a biographical introduction by Pulitzer Prize winner Tim Page, this new popular collection of Ingersoll’s thought – distilled from the twelve-volume set of his works, his copious letters, and various newspaper interviews – promises to put Ingersoll back where he belongs, in the forefront of independent American thought.
What S God Got To Do With The American Experiment by E.J. Dionne
More than two hundred years have passed since the Constitution was written, yet Americans still cannot make up their minds whether religion is primarily private, public, or a combination of the two. This collection of essays explores the unsettled—and often unsettling—question of organized religion's role in contemporary public life. Richard N. Ostling reviews religious belief and practice in the United States in a survey of the ever-changing religious landscape, while Robert J. Blendon and others compare the political, moral, and religious values of the 1960s with those of the 1990s. Patrick Glynn and Alan Wolfe examine different religious responses to the recent presidential scandal, and James Q. Wilson, John J. DiIulio Jr., and Ram Cnaan examine the rise of faith-based social programs, including the shift of private funds to social service providers, the role of black churches in the inner city, and social and community work by urban religious congregations. Additional contributors include Taylor Branch, Kurt Schmoke, Cal Thomas, and Peter Wehner.
Teaching About God And Spirituality by Roberta Louis Goodman
What S Prayer Got To Do With It by Beth Armstrong
What S Luck Got To Do With It by Diana Mylek
When a mild mannered preacher returns from Las Vegas with a jackpot and a new wife, odds are there is much more to the story! Trevor's mission of mercy goes awry when he drops a quarter into a slot and wins more than he bargained for. Has he fallen from grace? What happened in those lost hours? How can any of this possibly be God's plan?
What S Submission Got To Do With It by Cindy Easley
Much writing about complementary roles in marriage treats the subject theoretically. But how does this actually work in the give-and-take of real marriages, with flawed husbands and flawed wives? What about marriages where the wife out-earns the husband, or has a powerful position outside the home? Scripture says that wives are to respect their husbands. When does “submission” cross the line into destructive co-dependency? Drawing from in-depth interviews, as well as Scripture and her own story, author and speaker Cindy Easley takes a candid, sometimes humorous, and always helpful look at what it means to submit in 21st-century marriages.
Divine Love by Morny Joy
Exploring the religious and spiritual elements of Irigaray's thought, this book presents her ideas on love, the divine, an ethics of sexual difference, and (normative) heterosexuality. It contextualises her work in terms of its reception by secular feminists and feminists within Religious Studies.
I Am Tina by Tina Journey
This is a journal created from recordings transcribed of the journey Tina went through to find healing from a lifetime of abuse. Tina started seeing a therapist immediately after leaving an abusive relationship to gain an understanding to why she kept picking bad men into her life. She knew something was wrong. Originally Tina started recording her journey in hopes it would help someone else coming out of an abusive relationship. She didn't know early memories of her childhood would surface and she would be faced with an even greater pain and sadness in her life. Her entire world changed from what she knew as a successful business woman and socialite to losing everything and everyone in her life. This is a story of pain, great sadness, the agony of the healing process, and seeking God into the final healing she would receive in the desert.
The Divided States Of America by Richard Land
Offers a new view of the separation of church and state debate in America, outlining the critical assumptions made by both sides and exploring why the debate is important for the future of religion in America.
What S Love Got To Do With Everything by Larichelle Dillard
There is a clarion call from heaven to all mankind that none of us are exempt from answering. The call comes from the Almighty God who has created each of us to live a life which is centered around serving Him. Most of us have minimized this call to mean attending a local church. However, the call to serve God has very little to do with going to church. It is instead a high call that extends far beyond the church walls.