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What the Devil Saw On the Day of Pentecost

by Michael Inc. Fram Living Faith Ministries International (February 21, 2013)

In this book you will be challenged to look at Pentecost through different eyes than perhaps you have before. Traditionally, the Church has always viewed Pentecost as how it has affected her, here it will be...


Anglican Evangelists

by Martyn Snow SPCK (June 03, 2019)

For twenty years, the Archbishops' College of Evangelists has affirmed and supported Anglican evangelists. This book, marking the College's twentieth anniversary relaunch, relaunches the College with a clear...


The Best of Amish Cooking

by Phyllis Good Good Books (October 03, 2017)

Phyllis Pellman Good, a leading expert on Amish cooking, spent years researching the delicious recipes in this collection. From interviews with real Amish grandmothers, digging through recipe boxes, and poring...


Reuben and the Balloon

by Merle Good & P. Buckley Moss Good Books (August 02, 2016)

Reuben is back and ready for another adventure in the latest book from bestselling duo Merle Good and P. Buckley Moss. Reuben loves to watch hot air balloons glide above his Amish farm. But he never imagined...


Hester Takes Charge

by Linda Byler Good Books (September 06, 2016)

Hester, the startlingly beautiful Native American who was rescued as an infant by an Amish couple, now lives in downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She shares a house with Bappie King, another Amish woman, living...


Reuben and the Fire

by Merle Good & P. Buckley Moss Good Books (August 02, 2016)

Reuben is an Amish boy who has five sisters. He wants to drive the buggy and give his animals names ending in “shine.” One day he and his friends Sam and Ben see that his neighbor’s barn is on fire. Several...


String Quilts

by Elsie M. Campbell Good Books (February 02, 2016)

Award-winning quilt maker Elsie Campbell loves to take homemade fabric yardage and turn it into stunning, pieced string quilts, whose leftover yardage can then spawn appliquéd “sister” quilts. After selling...


Going to Pentecost

by Annelin Eriksen, Ruy Llera Blanes & Michelle MacCarthy Berghahn Books (February 01, 2019)

Co-authored by three anthropologists with long–term expertise studying Pentecostalism in Vanuatu, Angola, and Papua New Guinea/the Trobriand Islands respectively, Going to Pentecost offers a comparative study...


Reforming the Christian Faith: Theological Interpretation after the Protestant Reformation

by Mark W. Karlberg Wipf and Stock (October 12, 2017)

Central to the mission of the church with each passing generation is the elucidation of the gospel of Christ, which is the heart of the Christian message. Witness to God's saving word in Scripture comes in response...


Remembering the Reformation: Commemorate? Celebrate? Repent?

by Michael Root & James J. Buckley Cascade Books (December 13, 2017)

In 1517, Martin Luther set off what has been called, at least since the nineteenth century, the Protestant Reformation. Can Christians of differing traditions commemorate the upcoming 500th anniversary of this...


Thinking With the Church: Toward a Renewal of Baptist Theology

by Derek C. Hatch Cascade Books (December 08, 2017)

Over the centuries, Baptists have labored to follow Christ in faithful devotion and service. More recently, they have occasionally partnered with fellow Christians from other traditions in these efforts while...


Excusing Sinners and Blaming God: A Calvinist Assessment of Determinism, Moral Responsibility, and Divine Involvement in Evil

by Guillaume Bignon & Paul Helm Pickwick Publications (December 11, 2017)

Calvinist determinism destroys moral responsibility and makes God the author of sin. These two accusations are not new, and were arguably anticipated by Paul in Romans 9, but they remain today the most important...


Spirit-Filled Protestantism: Holiness-Pentecostal Revivals and the Making of Filipino Methodist Identity

by Luther Jeremiah Oconer & David Bundy Pickwick Publications (October 12, 2017)

In Spirit-filled Protestantism, Luther Oconer shows how holiness- and Pentecost-themed revival meetings called culto Pentecostal helped form the development of Methodism in the Philippines. He focuses on these...


95 Theses for a New Reformation: For the Church on the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

by Aaron B. Hebbard Resource Publications (October 09, 2017)

Five hundred years ago Martin Luther wrote his Ninety-Five Theses, inaugurating the Protestant Reformation, and with it exemplified an unflinching devotion to return to the Word of God as the ultimate authority....


The Reformation: Its Roots and Its Legacy

by Pierre Berthoud & Pieter J. Lalleman Pickwick Publications (September 07, 2017)

The papers in this volume are less a commemoration of the Reformation than a discussion of its meaning in the era after 2017. What is celebrated in 2017 is not the Reformation as such, but the beginning of the...


Church, Society, and the Christian Common Good: Essays in Conversation with Philip Turner

by Ephraim Radner & Stanley Hauerwas Cascade Books (July 14, 2017)

Philip Turner's contributions as a leader and thinker in Christian missions and social ethics are here engaged by an array of friends and colleagues. Turner's scholarly and clerical career spans a key era of...


The Beginning of Baptist Ecclesiology: The Foundational Contributions of Thomas Helwys

by Marvin Jones & Malcolm B. Yarnell Pickwick Publications (June 28, 2017)

The basic question, "Where did Baptists come from and why?" has two camps that offer differing explanations: (1) the English Separatist camp produced the ministries of foundational Baptists, John Smyth and Thomas...


More Than A Pretty Face: Using Embodied Lutheran Theology to Evaluate Community-Building in Online Social Networks

by Joel Oesch Pickwick Publications (July 18, 2017)

The online social network phenomenon has forever changed the way we think about ourselves in relation to our neighbors. But do these massively popular networks actually build community? More Than a Pretty Face...


Evangelical Calvinism: Volume 2: Dogmatics and Devotion

by Myk Habets & Bobby Grow Pickwick Publications (May 04, 2017)

Continuing the discussion initiated in volume one, volume two of Evangelical Calvinism further articulates the central motifs of this mood within Reformed theology by examining themes having to do with dogmatics...


Puzzles of Amish Life

by Donald Kraybill Good Books (December 01, 1998)

          Revised edition! People's Place Book #10. A sociologist provides a way to understand the Amish people's intentional way of living in a world far different from their own. Fun to read. How...


Plain Buggies

by Stephen Scott Good Books (October 01, 1998)

          Accessible in style, Plain Buggies presents the most complete work on the transportation modes of the "plain people" published to date. includes details on prices, styles, laws, stories. Why...


I Hear the Reaper's Song

by Sara Stambaugh Good Books (January 01, 1984)

Set in a small Mennonite community in Pennsylvania in 1896, this novel depicts the reaction of the "plain people" to various modern encroachments. Publishers Weekly called it, "A beautifully told lesson for...


Introduction to Old Order and Conservative Mennonite Groups

by Stephen Scott Good Books (January 01, 1996)

          This book tells a story which until now has not been available in such an interesting and comprehensive form. What holds these people together? Why are they growing in number? Where do they...


Becky Meets Her Match

by Linda Byler Good Books (October 18, 2016)

Becky Esh has lots of spunk. Never mind that she’s Amish, she regularly confronts authority figures. Her beautiful singing touches those who hear her so deeply that even men cry. In Becky Meets Her Match,...


Amish Houses & Barns

by Stephen Scott Good Books (March 01, 2002)

          A study of three Amish homesteads: one in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, one in Holmes County, Ohio, and one in LaGrange County, Indiana. Scott examines the history and cultural development...


Which Way Home?

by Linda Byler Good Books (April 05, 2016)

Born a Native American, but brought up Amish, Hester Zug, at age 20, flees her Amish home. Her father’s too-tender care of her has made her stepmother wildly jealous, and so Hester sets off, knowing only that...


Sadie's Montana Trilogy

by Linda Byler Good Books (July 12, 2016)

Sadie Miller didn't know what to expect when her family left Ohio for the small Montana Amish settlement—certainly not horse thieves, mysterious men, or her family falling apart. Can Sadie find her place in...


Hester on the Run

by Linda Byler Good Books (November 03, 2015)

The setting is the beginning of an Amish settlement in colonial America in the forests of eastern Pennsylvania. There, a young Amish couple, Hans and Kate Zug, are in their ninth year of marriage, still waiting...


Lancaster Burning Trilogy

by Linda Byler Good Books (November 03, 2015)

The Amish community of Lancaster is being terrorized by barn fires. David and Malinda Beiler’s barn was the first to go. When a second Amish barn burns for suspicious reasons, the Amish grow more restless....


House Calls and Hitching Posts

by Dorcas Hoover Good Books (January 06, 2015)

          Medical technology meets rural values of simplicity, home health remedies, and unwavering faith in divine providence when a country-boy-turned-country-doctor returns to his roots. House Calls...