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Polytyque Church, The: Religion and Early Tudor Political Culure, 1485-1516
By author: Kaufman
Product Code: H191
ISBN: 9780865542112
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In The Polytyque Church analyzes the one sided view of the English Church of the late midieval period.

Perspectives on the Hebrew Bible: essays in honor of Walter J. Harrelson
By author: Crenshaw
Product Code: H245
ISBN: 9780865543300
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Black Baptists and African Missions : The Origins of a Movement 1880-1915
By author: Sandy D. Martin   Foreword by: Robert T. Handy
Product Code: P173
ISBN: 9780865546004
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Study of black Baptists and their attempts to Christianize Africa.

Churches : Photographs & Watercolors
By author: Roy Ward
Product Code: H641
ISBN: 9780865549326
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The book of "Churches" presents Don Smith’s paintings and Roy Ward’s photographs of community churches in Northeast Georgia, giving the book of historical, social, and artistic significance.

A Gift for Giving : The Story of Lamar Rich Plunkett
By author: James C. Bryant
Product Code: H343
ISBN: 9780865544307
Product Format: Hardback
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Price: $39.99
Lamar Plunkett’s is a story that yearns to be told. Even so, it is clear that the course of Lamar Plunkett’s labors and the wide-ranging focus of his devotion can never be captured in a word or even a volume of words. His life is larger than language. Lamar Plunkett’s story is filled with imagination and spontaneity, unfettered joy and difficult pain. It is the story of family and friends, of governors and presidents, of governing and gently guiding, of building businesses and strengthening institutions. It is the story of a person who has reached beyond the limits and conditions that we meet every day to create new expectations and to set people’s sight on new possibilities.

The Spiritual Journal of Henry David Thoreau
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Product Code: H793
ISBN: 9780881461589
Product Format: Hardback
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As the most comprehensive study of Thoreau’s spirituality from a Christian perspective, The Spiritual Journal of Henry David Thoreau is the first to seriously examine connections between Thoreau’s religious practices and those of his Protestant forebears. While a few writers have considered the relation between Thoreau’s thought and Christian doctrine, this book instead outlines the links between Thoreau’s religious practices (such as keeping a spiritual journal, studying nature, and walking) and those of earlier New England Protestants.

Theology And Slavery : Charles Hodge And Horace Bushnell
By author: David Torbett
Product Code: H724
ISBN: 9780881460322
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This book examines two important American Protestant theologians: the archconservative Charles Hodge (1797–1878), and the archliberal Horace Bushnell (1802–1876), and their stances on American slavery.

The People Are Holy : The History And Theology of Free Church Worship
Product Code: P301
ISBN: 9780865549524
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Using biblical and historical data, this book first describes the biblical and theological basis for worship in the Free Church tradition, then shows how this tradition is expressed in worship at special occasions as well as in traditional services.

Murder Along the Cape Fear : A North Carolina Town in the Twentieth Century
By author: David T. Morgan
Product Code: H692
ISBN: 9780865549661
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Murder Along the Cape Fear is the story of Fayetteville and Fort Bragg, North Carolina, during the twentieth century. Engagingly told, this book is a wonderful blend of history, lore, and murder.

Dan Daniel: and the persistence of conservatism in Virginia
By author: Hayes
Product Code: H419
ISBN: 9780865545489
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The Spiritual Situation in Our Technical Society
Edited by: J. Mark Thomas
Product Code: P064
ISBN: 9780865542938
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For Paul Tillich three powerful spiritual forces determine our contemporary situation: science, technology, and capitalism. Culture, as he understands it, is the form of religion and religion is the substance of culture. From this perspective our contemporary “situation” inherently manifests religious and ethical dimensions. Tillich’s mediating theology requires an understanding of religious symbols and of the contemporary world to which they speak. According to J. Mark Thomas, “Doing theology today without an understanding of the dynamics of our technological era would have been, for him, impossible.”

Jimmy Carter: Elected President with Pocket Change and Peanuts
By author: Dorothy Padgett   Foreword by: Jimmy Carter
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Product Code: H920
ISBN: 9780881465860
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In 1975, Jimmy Carter announced he would run for President. Under the new Federal Election Laws only $21.8 million would be provided for the General Election Campaign. A trivial amount compared to future campaigns. An army of loyal supporters, friends, neighbors, and elected officials, known as the Peanut Brigade, joined the campaign. They traveled across the country, joining Jimmy and Rosalynn, knocking on doors, standing at factory gates, walking streets, asking voters to vote for Jimmy Carter for President. In 1976, Carter was elected the 39th President of the United States and served one term. While the basics of his story are well known, they have never been told from the perspective of a “soldier” in the Peanut Brigade. Dorothy “Dot” Padgett, with an earthy, honest, and Southern voice, tells the story as if new to all of us. Humor and insight abound in this direct telling of how a peanut farmer from Georgia became President and leader of the United States. The secret is in his character, his morality, and in his being truly human.

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