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Journey into Narnia

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Kathryn Lindskoog, a renowned C.S. Lewis' scholar, has greatly expanded and updated her classic study of the Narnia series, The Lion of Judah in Never-Never Land, with a brand-new section, "Exploring the Narnian Chronicles." She has also added a study guide with questions plus a chronological exploration of these seven books. Filled with fresh background information, it provides the reader with the context for these books, explaining many English terms unfamiliar to the American reader. Included are Biblical parallels which illumine the plots. When C.S. Lewis read the first draft of this manuscript he commented, "You are in the centre of the target everywhere. For one thing, you know my work better than anyone else I've met; certainly better than I do myself." 
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Life of Moses, The

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Moses comes alive in this retelling of his story by the famous French poet Edmond Fleg (translated from the French by Lord Stephen Haden-Guest) who decided to gather the scattered stories passed down through the generations in the early Midrashim. Fleg has done a superb job of weaving together the religious, historical and biographical aspects of Moses' life in a splendid style. The Egyptian, Middle Eastern and Jewish cultures of the time provide the background for this captivating tale about the "man of God at whose death the earth and heaven and the Lord God Himself wept, saying 'There shall be no other Moses.'" This jewel, too long missing from library shelves, is here reissued as part of our Religious Classics Series.

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Light in the Shadowlands: Protecting the Real C. S. Lewis

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Rumors began to circulate 25 years ago that all was not well in the literary world of C. S. Lewis. His brother vehemently denied false claims made by those who control the C. S. Lewis literary estate, but bogus Lewis literature began to appear in print anyway. Since Lewis's books still sell in the millions, powerful forces have been exerted to keep this controversy from surfacing. Author Lindskoog has spent 20 years unearthing old evidence and compiling new data that Martin E. Marty calls "compelling." An array of famous authors, have joined the chorus of those who recommend her "fascinating," "astonishing" and "exciting" book. Therefore we have determined to re-release this extraordinary piece of literary scholarship.
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Making Cities Work: How Two People Mobilized a Community to Meet its Needs

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This is not only an inspiring and charming story by Basil Entwistle which describes how the initiative of a single dedicated couple made a huge difference in their town, but it is also a "a blueprint for the citizen action" America's cities need. A retired couple, John and Denise Wood, began quietly and persistently to go about uniting fellow citizens to deal with the problems facing their community: drugs, high unemployment among minority youth and children raised in poverty without proper health care. The resulting success of various programs generated through their efforts gives hope to all who would impact their neighborhood. "Today's urban crisis can only be addressed through community action in concert with government action," says Walter Kenney, mayor of Richmond, VA.
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Mandatory Celibacy in the Catholic Church: A Handbook for the Laity

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Although the Vatican has forbidden the clerical hierarchy to discuss optional celibacy and a married priesthood, this prohibition cannot extend to laypeople. Thus Michele Prince, a layperson, has written this book to open up a discussion of a topic much in the news that looks at the theological and historical issues related to mandatory celibacy as well as the social, psychological and health issues that come from celibacy with some thoughts about how changing this obligation is not only possible but would contribute greatly to the health of the Roman Catholic church today.
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Mango Days: A Teenager Facing Eternity Reflects on the Beauty of Life

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This is "a poignantly intimate account of one of the most important events of our lives, rarely shared in such a personal way," says Dr. Joyce Dungan, professor at the University of Hawaii School of Nursing. Most teenagers Patty Smith think of themselves as indestructible. At 17, Patty had no reason to feel otherwise as she began a personal-experiences journal for a high school class. In the midst of graduating from high school, Patty discovers she must deal with the larger issues of death and life when a lump on her arm proves not to be benign. Life becomes fragile, finite, and more than ever, precious. Early on she admits she has no talent for suffering, but comes to understand that "When all your nightmares start to come true, you can't comfort yourself with the dawn any longer. You have to learn to live in the darkness." How Patty responds could well stand as a model of how we would want to react in similar circumstances.
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Mission Adventures in Many Lands

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A bright collection of 52 true-to-life mission stories from around the world, brought together by retired missionary Lawrence Driskill, this is a wonderful compilation for children who love to read about far-away places. "The possibilities for use in vacation church schools, camps and conferences are limited only by one's imagination. Each story could be made into a drama, a puppet show or an exercise in the study of people and cultures," says The Princeton Seminary Bulletin.
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Mission Impossible: The Unreached Nosu on China's Frontier

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A firsthand account of frontier missionary work in Eastern Tibet by Ralph Covell, Ph.D. which describes what it was like to function as foreigners during the Chinese Communist revolution. Filled with stories of war lords, opium, romance, house-arrest and death, it tells also of the humdrum of daily living, language study and interpersonal squabbling in a candid assessment of missionary work, exploring why the Chinese church grew so remarkably once the missionary presence was withdrawn.
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