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Heaven Is A Deal

by Michael Sr. Gerber Cuckoo LLC (February 21, 2013)

An uproarious, irreverent, unauthorized parody of the Christian bestseller, Heaven Is A Deal tells the story of an unscrupulous Iowa couple's bungling attempts to send a preschooler to Heaven to meet Jesus—then...


Brick Greek Myths

by Amanda Brack, Monica Sweeney & Becky Thomas Skyhorse (October 14, 2014)

Meet the Greek gods as you have never seen them—in LEGO form! Enjoy these fascinating myths, reimagined through elaborate scenes and colorful LEGO bricks in one thousand color photographs! This book shares...


Don't Worry, Be Grumpy

by Ajahn Brahm Wisdom Publications (October 21, 2014)

Laugh aloud even as you look at life anew with these stories from the bestselling author of Who Ordered This Truckload of Dung?

In 108 brief stories with titles like "The Bad Elephant," "Girlfriend Power," and...


Pagans

by James J. O'Donnell Ecco (March 17, 2015)

A provocative and contrarian religious history that charts the rise of Christianity from the point of view of traditional” religion from the religious scholar and critically acclaimed author of Augustine.

Pagans...


The Book of Bieb

by David Javerbaum & God Simon & Schuster (March 17, 2014)

A new book of the Bible devoted to the unholy life and times of Justin Bieber, penned by the Bieb's #1 fan and popular Twitter personality, @TheTweetOfGod.

It has been nearly 2,000 years since anyone has written...


The Gods of Greece and Rome

by Talfourd Ely Dover Publications (March 15, 2012)

The characters of this rich history range from famous denizens of Olympus to anonymous river nymphs, each with individual chapters recounting both the Greek origins and the later Roman adaptations.


When "Spiritual but Not Religious" Is Not Enough: Seeing God in Surprising Places, Even the Church

by Lillian Daniel Jericho Books (January 15, 2013)

The phrase "I'm spiritual but not religious" has become a cliché. It's easy to find God amid the convenience of self-styled spirituality--but is it possible (and more worthwhile) to search for God through religion?...


The United States vs. Santa Claus

by Brian Sack & Jack Helmuth Mercury Ink (November 05, 2013)

The comedic minds behind TheBlaze TV’s hit show The B.S. of A. with Brian Sack bring you a hilarious illustrated account about the government’s never-ending war on Christmas.

'Twas right before Christmas

And...


Bad Habits: A Book of Confessions about Confession

by Jenny McCarthy Hachette Books (October 02, 2012)

Jenny McCarthy--actress, comedian, activist, and New York Times bestselling author--candidly recounts her humorous Catholic upbringing, from her childhood dream of becoming a nun to her Playmate of the Year...


A Field Guide to Evangelicals and Their Habitat

by Joel Kilpatrick HarperOne (October 19, 2010)

They're Going to Heaven . . . and They Know It

At last, a complete, unsparing guide to evangelical Christians. This hilarious and highly useful manual, written by an insider, illuminates this rapidly growing...


The Many Faces of Biblical Humor: A Compendium of the Most Delightful, Romantic, Humorous, Ironic, Sarcastic, or Pathetically Funny Stories and Statem

by David A. Peters Hamilton Books (November 06, 2007)

The Many Faces of Biblical Humor examines how the Bible writers intentionally used humor, irony, and sarcasm to argue their points concisely. This work begins with the dysfunctional families of Genesis, continues...


OMG! LOL!: Faith and Laughter

by Thomas C Willadsen GemmaMedia (October 10, 2012)

An exploration of ecumenical silliness, OMG! LOL! reveals the sacred truth that laughter is a common language for people of all faiths.


Catakism

by Jeff Lazarus Skyhorse (November 07, 2017)

Does your cat own you? What has caused us to enthrone cats as the most popular pet on the planet? Why do we devote so much of our time and income to grooming, feeding, coddling, photographing, praising, providing...


The Brick Bible

by Brendan Powell Smith Skyhorse (October 01, 2011)

Brendan Powell Smith has spent the last decade creating nearly 5,000 scenes from the bible—with Legos. His wonderfully original sets are featured on his website, Bricktestament.com, but for the first time...


The Law of the Sun

by Ryuho Okawa IRH Press (October 25, 2018)

The Laws of the Sun is a book on the Truth taught by Master Ryuho Okawa of Happy Science that is put together in the most systematic way and is the most important of his more than 2,300 books. Ever since he...


Victorious Secret

by Laura Mary Phelps Our Sunday Visitor (May 23, 2018)

Ladies, whether we realize it or not, we are facing a battle every day.

We face battles in our homes, in our relationships, and in our cluttered hearts and distracted minds. We want a Pinterest-worthy house,...


And Then God Created the Middle East and Said 'Let There Be Breaking News'

by Karl reMarks Saqi Books (July 09, 2018)

You may wonder why the Middle East gets so much airtime. Regions of the world were competing to host the apocalypse and the Middle East won.

I disagreed with the idea that reality has become too strange to satirise....


The Laws of Faith

by Ryuho Okawa IRH Press (March 30, 2018)

From ancient times, religion has played a big role in human history. Faith was the anchor of the mind for the individual. However due to advancing civilizations, we are now in an era where various information...


The Young Against the Old

by L. L. Welborn Fortress Academic (March 07, 2018)

The so-called First Epistle of Clement has long intrigued historians of early Christianity. It responds to a crisis in the Corinthian church by enjoining an ethic of subordination especially to the presbyteroi...


The Remnant: A Prophetic Fable

by Linda Bowles & Johnny Hart Jerbil Books (December 06, 2017)

Linda Bowles employs caustic satire skillfully to advocate a return to the principles of common sense and human decency. The fable takes place in 2046 when political correctness has developed a chokehold on...


A Man Is An Island: The Pithiest Story Ever Told

by Jeffrey Reid Baker & Les Moore Jerbil Books (November 14, 2017)

Did you hear about the Maitre D' who, pointing to the buffet table, said,

"If you see something that's not there, please let us know."?

Do you ever appreciate that which isn't there?

This is the story of a man...


Santiago Tales

by Terry Tumbler Sombrella (November 22, 2017)

A group of retired people decide to embark on a pilgrimage to Santiago, in Northern Spain, under the leadership of an ex-detective and a few nefarious friends. The problem is that a number of them are not exactly...


An Organized Panic

by Patty Friedmann J. H. Clark & Associates, Inc. (November 08, 2017)

AN ORGANIZED PANIC sets sister against brother, born secular humanist against later-in-life evangelical Christian. The sibling squabble underscores a serious struggle, certainly, but this is another tale told...


Your Next Thirty Days

by Dean Fulks & Kary Oberbrunner Author Academy Elite (December 01, 2017)

You’re only thirty days away from a brand new perspective on life.

The United States is a spiritual paradox. Eighty-nine percent of the population believes in God. Yet, only thirty-eight percent feel relationally...


On Eastern Crossroads

by Agni Yoga Society Agni Yoga Society, Inc. (May 24, 2017)

In the traditions of all peoples there have been legends of pilgrims who set stones along their path in order to find their way back to the source. "On Eastern Crossroads," may be regarded in this light, and...


Art, Religion and Life in Mesopotamia - Ancient History Illustrated | Children's Ancient History

by Baby Professor Baby Professor (June 15, 2017)

The ancient civilization of the Mesopotamia may have been long gone but it was never forgotten. Its influence in art and religion can still be seen today. If you take a look at the contents of this book, you...


Overheard in Dublin #LOL

by Gerard Kelly Gill Books (September 12, 2014)

A city of half a million, in 140 characters or less

Overheard in Dublin is back with another riot of wit, wisdom and suspect logic, this time with the vast majority of the contributions drawn from the site’s...


Medium-Sized Town, Fairly Big Story – Hilarious Stories from Ireland

by Ronan Casey Gill Books (October 10, 2014)

Only in Ireland – the funniest, wildest and most absurd stories from Ireland’s local newspapers

For anyone with a sense of humour and a taste for the absurd, here are the best of the unique, hilarious stories...


Dead Funny – The Little Book of Irish Grave Humour

by Allen Foster Gill Books (November 05, 2010)

Allen Foster lives in on a farm in Enfield, Co Meath. When not tending to his cattle or walking his beloved dogs he finds the time to be a freelance journalist and researcher. He is the author of eight other...


Truth Vibrations – David Icke's Journey from TV Celebrity to World Visionary

by David Icke Gill Books (August 26, 1999)

Truth Vibrations is the first book in New Age visionary and conspiracy theorist David Icke’s series of groundbreaking exposés of the mysteries of life, the possibilities for the future of humanity, and the...


Irish Rogues and Rascals – From Francis Shackleton to Charlie Haughey

by Joseph McArdle Gill Books (October 16, 2007)

Irish history is littered with rogues, larger-than-life characters who range from cheeky scamps to vicious chancers. In Irish Rogues and Rascals, Joseph MacArdle looks at some of the most notorious Irishmen...


Irishology

by Ronan Moore Gill Books (October 09, 2015)

Ah Ireland, it’s a great little country all the same, if only you could put a roof on it.

While we may be a nation of messers and begrudgers, we’ll always have a soft spot for our land of sunny spells and...


The Indispensable Joseph

by Joseph Uujamhan Melrose Books (February 14, 2017)

The Indispensable Joseph I Know from the Popes is a voyage into the pronouncements and actions of twenty-four Popes on St. Joseph, starting from Pope Sixtus IV (1471–1484) to Pope Francis (2013), a period...


Light as Experience and Imagination from Paleolithic to Roman Times

by David S. Herrstrom Fairleigh Dickinson University Press (September 26, 2017)

This book is an interdisciplinary synthesis and interpretation about the experience of light as revealed in a wide range of art and literature from Paleolithic to Roman times. Humanistic in spirit and in its...


A Journey Into The Spiritual Quest of Who We Are: Book 3 - The Knowledge that was once forbidden by some of the Ancient Beings

by Michael Kiser DragonEye Publishing (June 30, 2017)

Within this Third installment of the Journey of Kiazer Wilhelm... Kiazer continues on his journey of revealing to you the secrets of what has been considered forbidden by some of those Ancient beings of our...


A Journey Into The Spiritual Quest of Who We Are: Book 2 - Why Were They Called Gods

by Michael Kiser DragonEye Publishing (June 30, 2017)

Within this second Book you'll learn about the true beginning of how life began, well at least a story that is very rarely know and how these Star Beings took on the roles of making themselves GODS. You will...


What Everyone Needs to Know Before They Grow Up!

by Eddie Boone's Phillips & Preston Phillips eBookIt.com (February 21, 2013)

Author Eddie Phillips uses well known biblical characters and stories to illustrate God's commonsense approach to handling problems and issues faced by today's youth. Presented in an entertaining and easy to...


Raja Yudhisthira

by Kevin McGrath Cornell University Press (May 15, 2017)

In Raja Yudhisthira, Kevin McGrath brings his comprehensive literary, ethnographic, and analytical knowledge of the epic Mahabharata to bear on the representation of kingship in the poem. He shows how the preliterate...


On Roman Religion

by Jorg Rupke Cornell University Press (October 04, 2016)

Was religious practice in ancient Rome cultic and hostile to individual expression? Or was there, rather, considerable latitude for individual initiative and creativity? Jorg Rupke, one of the world's leading...


Christians and Their Many Identities in Late Antiquity, North Africa, 200–450 CE

by Éric Rebillard Cornell University Press (October 25, 2012)

For too long, the study of religious life in Late Antiquity has relied on the premise that Jews, pagans, and Christians were largely discrete groups divided by clear markers of belief, ritual, and social practice....


On Greek Religion

by Robert Parker Cornell University Press

"There is something of a paradox about our access to ancient Greek religion. We know too much, and too little. The materials that bear on it far outreach an individual's capacity to assimilate: so many casual...


Libanius the Sophist

by Raffaella Cribiore Cornell University Press

Libanius of Antioch was a rhetorician of rare skill and eloquence. So renowned was he in the fourth century that his school of rhetoric in Roman Syria became among the most prestigious in the Eastern Empire....


Astrology in Ancient Mesopotamia

by Michael Baigent Inner Traditions/Bear & Company (July 17, 2015)

A detailed study of the earliest forms of astrology in Mesopotamia and their far-reaching hermetic influences from the Renaissance to the present day

• Reveals the roots of modern astrology in the Babylonian...


Confessions of a Rabbi

by Jonathan Romain Biteback Publishing (March 07, 2017)

The secrets of the confessional are too important to be kept secret, and Jonathan Romain shares them all in this rollercoaster of crises, emotional traumas, moral dilemmas, attempts at seduction, multiple murders,...


The Persuasive Arousal of Emotions

by David Seal Hamilton Books (June 13, 2017)

Do humans have a special capacity designed to foster experiences of God? What role do specific bodily actions or emotions play in the cultivation of a divine experience? Prayer as Divine Experience in 4 Ezra...


A Celtic Yearbook

by Lizzy Shannon Sheffield Publications (April 28, 2017)

A Celtic Yearbook takes the reader through the Gregorian calendar as well as the 13 months and single day of the Druidic calendar. Included are tidbits of Celtic and Druidic lore. Like the Native Americans,...


The Golden Bough

by Sir James George Frazer Dancing Unicorn Books (April 16, 2017)

The Golden Bough attempts to define the shared elements of religious belief. Its thesis is that old religions were fertility cults that revolved around the worship of, and periodic sacrifice of, a sacred king....


In the Image of Origen

by David Satran University of California Press (May 11, 2018)

The most prominent Christian theologian and exegete of the third century, Origen was also an influential teacher. In the famed Thanksgiving Address, one of his students—often thought to be Gregory Thaumaturgus,...


The Seer and the City

by Margaret Foster University of California Press (January 26, 2018)

Seers were conspicuous fixtures of Greek society, but they rarely feature in archaic and classical colonial discourse. This book exposes how this apparent narrative oversight evinces entrenched cultural attitudes...


Zero Kelvin

by Richard Norman Biblioasis (November 18, 2013)

Present-day astronomy, vast, complex, is looking through darkness to distant objects and times. Yet its discoveries aren’t exclusively scientific: from the moons of Pluto to the Doppler effect, the night sky...