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Marie Kond
Format: Print book

"Tidying expert Marie Kondo's follow-up to her best-selling book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, is an illustrated master manual on her renowned KonMari Method with item-specific guidance and step-by-step folding illustrations"--Provided by publisher.
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The Relevance of Religion: How Faithful People Can Change Politics

John Danforth · Random House
Pages: 288
Format: Hardcover

Former United States senator and ambassador to the United Nations John Danforth offers a fascinating, thoughtful, and deeply personal look at the state of American politics today - and how religion can be a bridge over our bitter partisan divide. In an era of extreme partisanship, when...
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Why You Won't Go To Hell

Benjamin Vande Weerdhof Andrews · FriesenPress
Pages: 276
Format: Paperback

Can we live a moral life without God? Are religions a force of good in the world? Is there life after death? In Why You Won't Go to Hell, Benjamin Andrews argues that the time of religion is passing, and that humanity must create new laws and new systems to meet the challenges of a modern...
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The Mind of God: Neuroscience, Faith, and a Search for the Soul

JAY LOMBARD · Harmony
Pages: 272
Format: Hardcover

For fans of Deepak Chopra, Rudy Tanzi, and Andrew Newberg. A renowned behavioral neurologist provides insights to some of the most curious spiritual questions we all face. Is there a God?It's a question billions of people have asked since the dawn of time. You would think by now we'd...
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Mix-and-Match Cakes: The Simple Secret to 101 Delicious, Wow-Worthy Cakes

Shay Shull · Harvest House Publisher
Pages: 158
Format: Print book

Great for the busy woman, novice baker, and anyone who loves to have their cake and eat it too! Discover mouthwatering new favorites for holidays, celebrations, special days, and every day likePumpkin Spice Latte CakeCadbury Creme Egg CakeSalted Caramel Mocha CakeCrunchy Pretzel CakeChocolate...
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The Old Testament Is Dying: A Diagnosis and Recommended Treatment

Brent A Strawn · Baker Book House
Pages: 336
Format: Book

The Old Testament constitutes the majority of the Christian Bible and provides much of the language of Christian faith. However, many churches tend to neglect this crucial part of Scripture. This timely book details a number of ways the Old Testament is showing signs of decay, demise, and imminent...
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Books of the People: Revisiting Classic Works of Jewish Thought

Yeshiva University Straus Center · MAGGID
Pages: 372
Format: Print book

The Jews have ever been a people molded by the written word. It is no coincidence, therefore, that certain texts have come to play key roles in the continuum of Jewish discourse. Books of the People: Revisiting Classic Works of Jewish Thought presents ten foundational books written between...
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Christmas in the Crosshairs: Two Thousand Years of Denouncing and Defending the World's Most Celebrated Holiday

G Q Bowler · Oxford University Press
Pages: 312
Format: Print book

An Anglican priest hands out brass knuckles to his congregation, preparing to battle anti-Christmas fanatics. Fascists insist that the Winter Solstice is the real Christmas, while Communists stage atheist musicals outside of churches on Christmas Eve. Activists vandalize shops that start...
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The Lost Art of Good Conversation: A Mindful Way to Connect with Others and Enrich Everyday Life

SAKYONG MIPHAM · Harmony
Pages: 240
Format: Hardcover

Cutting through all the white noise, chatter, and superficiality our cell phones and social media cause, one of Tibet's highest and most respected spiritual leaders offers simple and practical advice to help us increase our attentions spans, become better listeners, and strive to appreciate...
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The Face of Water: A Translator on Beauty and Meaning in the Bible

Sarah Ruden · Pantheon Books
Pages: 272
Format: Print book

A dazzling reconsideration of the language and translation of the Bible, both Old and New Testaments, from the acclaimed scholar and translator of classical literature ("The best translation of The Aeneid, certainly the best of our time" - Ursula Le Guin; "The first translation...
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The Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu: And Their Race to Save the World's Most Precious Manuscripts

Joshua Hammer · Simon & Schuster
Pages: 288
Format: Hardcover

To save precious centuries-old Arabic texts from Al Qaeda, a band of librarians in Timbuktu pulls off a brazen heist worthy of Ocean's Eleven.In the 1980s, a young adventurer and collector for a government library, Abdel Kader Haidara, journeyed across the Sahara Desert and along the Niger...
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The Great Shift: Encountering God in Biblical Times

James Kugel · Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Pages: 288
Format: Hardcover

A world-renowned scholar brings a lifetime of study to reveal how a pivotal transformation in spiritual experience during the Biblical Era made us who we are today Why does the Bible depict a world in which humans, with surprising regularity, encounter the divine - wrestling an angel, addressing...
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Messages From a Wonderful Afterlife: Signs Loved Ones Send from Beyond

Kristy Robinett · Llewellyn Publications
Pages: 240
Format: Paperback

Your Loved Ones Want You to Know that You Are Loved and They Are at Peace in the Afterlife Expanding on her previous book, It's a Wonderful Afterlife, psychic medium Kristy Robinett shares more personal experiences and stories from clients of how our loved ones -- including treasured...
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Witchcraft in Illinois: A Cultural History

Michael Kleen · The History Press
Pages: 187
Format: Paperback

Although Illinois saw no dramatic witch trials, witchcraft has been a part of Illinois history and culture from French exploration to the present day. On the Illinois frontier, pioneers pressed silver dimes into musket balls to ward off witches, while farmers dutifully erected fence posts...
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