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New Releases—The May/June Round-Up

New Releases—The May/June Round-Up

Bobby Ether and the Jade Academy by R. Scott Boyer   When Bobby Ether is abducted and brought to the secluded Jade Academy in Tibet, monks teach him and other special students how to tap into their Anima—the universal energy that connects all living things.But the...

An Interview with Henry G. Brinton

An Interview with Henry G. Brinton

  Henry G. Brinton is an author and a Presbyterian pastor who has written on religion and culture for The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, and Huffington Post. A frequent speaker at workshops and conferences, he is the author or co-author of five books...

The Emancipation of Evan Walls

By Jeffrey Blount

The Emancipation of Evan Walls is one of the most sensitively told, yet brutally honest reflections on race and identity in recent history.” —Jonathan Odellauthor of Miss Hazel and the Rosa Parks League

Trouble the Water

By Rebecca Dwight Bruff

“Debut author Rebecca Bruff has made her mark with this exceptional examination of family, freedom, and what it really means to fight for the light.”—Julie Cantrell, New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of Perennials

American Masterworks of Religious Painting: 1664–1964

By R. Peter Mooz

Writers and historians have overlooked or denied the existence of a religious painting tradition in America . . . until now. American Masterworks of Religious Painting 1664-1964 explores 300 years of American painting and offers new revelations.


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Henry G. Brinton

Author of City of Peace

Q: What inspired you to write this story now? 


I am deeply troubled by the polarization of life in America today, with politicians and citizens of red states and blue states spewing vitriol at each other and showing little interest in finding common ground . . .

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