Identity is what a person can relate to, what makes them who they are. In most of our readings we have dealt with personal identity and with cultural identity. Assimilation into American society nearly killed the identity of all Native Americans. Many of the writers we looked at shared the loss of their culture through writing so that it may never be forgotten.
The Dalai Lama lays out his vision for the future in this manifesto for divided times. Pulitzer Prize—winner Miles looks at the God of Islam, creating a character study similar to those he did on Christ and Yahweh.
God Is Young Pope Francis.
A Translation with Commentary, Vol. Forty Introductions Michael Muhammad Knight. Taking up a tradition of using 40 sayings of Muhammad to present a singular perspective on Islam, Knight offers up an extremely modern messiah.
The Politics of Love: The bestselling author of Return to Love, Williamson asks readers to consider their commitment to love and to look inward in order to restore national unity.
Resuscitating the often-forgotten second half of the story of Jonah, Keller, the author of Making Sense of God, considers its antiracist lessons.
Rise of the Mystics Dekker completes his allegorical series of novels concerning mystics who can traverse multiple universes. Lewis returns to Amish country with the story of a young woman seeking hope and healing.
Three bestselling authors collaborate on a high-stakes romantic suspense novella collection. Kingsbury returns to her Baxter family series with this story of a marriage that unravels after a lavish wedding. A snowstorm brings together an eclectic group of travelers just in time for Christmas at a New England inn.
An elite high school swimmer who is Christian becomes pregnant and must face the possibility of not swimming, as well as the gossip of her community.
Flame in the Night by Heather Munn Oct. A young boy comes of age in Nazi-occupied France, putting all his father taught him about faith and morals into practice as he attempts to hide Jews in his small town.
As debt mounts, a suitor offers to solve her financial trouble.
Louis PD steps in to investigate. Rise of the Mystics by Ted Dekker Oct. Annie Wood, a housemaid-turned-pattern designer, risks all her savings and joins with other aspiring designers to make functional yet fashionable clothes for women.
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