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Is It a Lost Cause?
Having the Heart of God for the Church’s Children

By Marva Dawn
 
*** $3.49 ***

 

How can we help the church’s children not to make the same choices as the children of the dominant culture around them concerning their sexuality, their use of money and time, their attitudes toward work and life? Is it still possible in our post-Christian, post-modern society to raise children with Christian faith and moral character? In this sensitive and astute work, Marva Dawn insists that forming genuinely Christian children is NOT a lost cause if congregations, pastors, and parents wake up to the present crisis of a society at odds with the gospel and to the crucial need for deliberate formative efforts and intensive discipleship in home and church.
 

To Walk and Not Faint:
A Month of Meditations of Isaiah 40

By Marva Dawn
 
*** $2.99 ***

 

Completely revised more than fifteen years after its first printing, To Walk and Not Faint is Dawn’s popular first book. Her devotional reflections examine the fortieth chapter of Isaiah as it deals with many of the critical issues of daily life. Dawn’s meticulous study opens up each verse of Isaiah 40 to challenge us with significant insights for faith and profound motivation for growth in discipleship. Each reading includes questions for further reflection.
 
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018121: Through a Screen Darkly: 
Looking Closer at Beauty, Truth, and Evil in the MoviesThrough a Screen Darkly:
Looking Closer at Beauty, Truth, and Evil in the Movies

By Jeffrey Overstreet
*** 49c ***

 
 

Embark on a journey of contemporary film and discover reflections of God where you least expect them! From a desert in Mongolia to a galaxy far, far away, Christian media critic Overstreet explores more than 200 movies to reveal how different characters, worldviews, and experiences offer glimpses of a larger truth. 351 pages, softcover from Regal.

 

292463: The Dude Abides The Dude Abides
By Cathleen Falsani
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Whether you’ve seen all 14 of their movies or only a few, you know that Joel and Ethan Cohen are some of the best filmmakers in the industry. Cathleen Falsani explores the deeper truths in each of the Coen brothers’ films in The Dude Abides, and shows that there is truly no facet of human behavior the Coen brothers are afraid to tackle. Ranging from iconoclastic comedies such as Raising Arizona and The Big Lebowski to the unblinking treatise on the nature of evil in No Country for Old Men, the Coen brothers have created moral universes in which some of life’s most essential questions are asked-if not always answered. Ultimately, Falsani brings the reader into a new admiration for these bizarre, always clever, and unmistakably though-provoking filmmakers and the social commentary the bring to big screen.

 

864611: Rowan"s Rule: 
The Biography of the Archbishop of CanterburyRowan’s Rule:
The Biography of the Archbishop of Canterbury

By Rupert Shortt
*** 59c ***

 
 

One of the most controversial religious figures in centuries, Rowan Williams is also an admired figure who often “towers intellectually” over almost all his peers. As the Archbishop of Canterbury spearheaded the movement to liberalize the Anglican Church, and his remarks became so controversial he resigned in 2008. The personal portrait, by reporter Rupert Shortt, tells the life story of this complex, and at times, misunderstood man. Timely, and insightful, this book will shed light on the struggles surrounding Anglicanism, and one of its most controversial figures.

 
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