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Lord of the World
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3 reviews, 5.00 stars
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These well-told fictional tales explore the Christian themes of sin, death, love, forgiveness and hope and weave a rich and intricate tapestry that reflects the complex ways in which humans respond to the call of Christ.
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2 reviews, 4.00 stars
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Dear and Glorious Physician: A Novel about Saint Luke
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2 reviews, 5.00 stars
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C.S. Lewis shows us how it all began -- the glorious birth of Narnia at the hand of its unforgettable King.
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1 reviews, 5.00 stars
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Pick up a copy of The Big Picture and get the young people in your life talking about things that matter!
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1 reviews, 5.00 stars
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Continuing the story of Junia - The Fictional Life and Death of an Early Christian and of early Christian experience in the Roman Empire, Marcus reveals how the followers of Jesus, the Christ, began to transform pagan society.
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As the beautiful daughter of a Roman senator, Junia enjoyed the best that life had to offer in first century Rome. She was grateful and anxious to please her family, a dutiful and obedient young woman of privilege. That is, until a chance friendship and its abrupt end sparks an interest in a new religion that will lead to a destiny she never imagined. Junia is a fictional exploration of life at the very beginning of Christianity from a very personal point of view. It shows how the attractions of the new religion were accompanied by social struggle, family division, and the risk of a disgraceful death to those courageous enough to embrace it. The author is a priest of the Prelature of Opus Dei in St. Louis.
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Mission Libertad
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1 reviews, 5.00 stars
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The Locket's Secret by Kelley Heyne
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1 reviews, 4.00 stars
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The Death of a Pope is a powerful new novel by the acclaimed British writer Piers Paul Read.
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1 reviews, 3.00 stars
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Sun and Wind introduces modern readers to the character of Joseph of Arimathea, one of the two members of the Sanhedrin who was a secret follower of Christ, and purported to be the first Christian believer to set foot in Britain. In this historical and religious novel, based on the ancient “Glastonbury” legend, Joseph is a reluctant missionary against ignorance, superstition and cruelty, but who also encounters friendship and goodness among the various people he lives and works with.

The novel’s historic background draws on various sources such as the works of historian Flavius Josephus on the siege and destruction of Jerusalem, Roman accounts, and archeological studies of life in first century Britain. Although Joseph hardly knew Jesus, his life was radically changed by his brief contact with the Savior. Joseph gradually realizes his vocation to extend the new kingdom of God in this pagan land, and how much suffering it would take to achieve it.

Sun and Wind is an exciting story of love, strength, and courage that will inspire readers of all ages.

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Regarded as one of the best authorities on the fiction of C.S. Lewis, Thomas Howard presents in this work brilliant new insights into Lewis' fiction and helps us to see things we may not have seen nor appreciated before - focusing on Narnia, the space trilogy and Til We Have Faces.
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1 reviews, 4.00 stars
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Louis de Wohl weaves an intricate tapestry of love, violence and piety to recount with historical accuracy the story of St. Benedict and the tempestuous era in which he lived.
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1 reviews, 5.00 stars
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In O'Brien's first release of his fiction series, he presents a thrilling apocalyptic novel about the condition of the Roman Catholic Church at the end of time.
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1 reviews, 5.00 stars
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