Drawing on history, public opinion surveys, and personal experience, Robert P.
Available for the first time in trade paperback, the multi-million copy bestselling guide to happiness from His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
The #1 New York Times bestselling author of Beautiful Boy explores the transformation of Jarvis Jay Masters who has become one of America’s most inspiring Buddhist practitioners while locked in a cell on death row.
Jarvis Jay Masters’s early life was a horror story whose outline we know too well.
In the second of two volumes of this magnificently illustrated cultural history--the tie-in to the PBS and BBC series The Story of the Jews--Simon Schama details the story of the Jewish people, spanning from their expulsion from Spain in the Inquisition across six hundred years to the present day.
It is a story like no other: an epic of endurance against destruction, o
"If reconciliation is the takeaway point for the civil rights story we usually tell, then the takeaway point for the more complex, more truthful civil rights story contained in Dear White Christians is reparations." -- from the preface to the second edition
From Rob Bell, the New York Times bestselling author of Love Wins
This book is an invitation to see your life in a new way.
Because we each have a story we're telling-
about who and where we come from,
what we've been through,
and what it all means-or doesn't mean.
These stories we tell can easily feel disjointed and fragmented,
A groundbreaking history of how Jewish women maintained their identity and influenced social activism as they wrote themselves into American history.
This book offers a contemporary look at the popular, 400 year-old text Vegetable Roots Discourse.
For the Enneagram enthusiast looking to deepen their transformation, The Enneagram of Belonging offers an enlightening, enriching path forward.
One of the simplest, easiest-to-understand guides to Zen meditation--with audio exercises to serve as meditation companions.
Emily Scott never planned on becoming a pastor. But when she started a church for misfits that met over dinner in Brooklyn, she discovered an unlikely calling—and an antidote to modern loneliness.
For decades, Mark Juergensmeyer has been studying the rise of religious violence around the world, including groups like ISIS and Christian militias that have been involved in acts of terrorism. Over the years he came to realize that war is the central image in the worldview of virtually every religious movement engaged in violent acts.