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Diversity, Culture and Counselling

by M. Honoré France, Maria del Carmen Rodriguez & Geoffrey G. Hett Brush Education (December 09, 2012)

Canada is one of the most diverse nations in the world. As counsellors increasingly deal with people from many different cultures and backgrounds, there is a need to shift from Eurocentric counselling theories...


Synergy, Healing, and Empowerment

by Richard Katz & Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu Brush Education (October 07, 2012)

Guided by the concept of synergy, this groundbreaking collection explores alternatives in the areas of counseling, education, and community health and development. Synergy refers to the process of two or more...


Write Every Day Erotica Edition: A Year of Daily Writing Prompts

by J.M. Snyder Jms Books Llc (December 29, 2013)

Last year, I published a book of writing prompts to help jumpstart muses and get the creative juices flowing. Many of the prompts that didn?t make the cut in that book were salacious, to say the least. As an...


Write Every Day: 365 Daily Prompts for Writers

by J.M. Snyder Jms Books Llc (December 02, 2012)

Writing prompts are a great way to jumpstart your muse and get the creative juices flowing. Sometimes you want to write and don?t really know what to write about, and prompts can help guide you into a new story....


Publish Yourself

by J.M. Snyder Jms Books Llc (November 20, 2011)

If you've ever wanted to retain more of your royalties or try publishing e-books but didn't know where to start, this book is for you!

Recently e-books have exploded onto the publishing scene, making it easier...


The Short and Long of It

by Paul Alan Fahey Jms Books Llc (April 30, 2016)

Do you write short fiction but long to s-t-r-e-t-c-h those tight little 55ers, flash pieces, and short stories into longer, publishable work? Do you have binders full of short pieces with characters you?d love...


Going Pro

by J.M. Snyder Jms Books Llc (March 30, 2014)

Going Pro: One Author?s Advice on Getting Published with Small and Electronic Presses is a concise guide that offers advice on all aspects of writing for publication. From finding the time to write to finding...


How Do We Know?

by James K. Dew Jr. & Mark W. Foreman Ivp Academic (November 17, 2020)

What does it mean to know something? Can we have confidence in our knowledge? Epistemology, the study of knowledge, can often seem like a daunting subject. And yet few topics are more basic to human life. We...


35 Mental Techniques (and Curiosities)

by Danilo H. Gomes & Santos Joao Babelcube Inc. (October 09, 2020)

They give us very little information about the power of our mind (unless you go through a psychology faculty, for example). There are no classes on "how to improve memory" or "how to increase the production...


The Death Drive

by Niklas Hageback Gaudium (November 01, 2020)

Sigmund Freud’s death drive remains among the most controversial concepts in psychoanalysis, something which post-Freudians never could reach consensus on. Over time, it fell into oblivion. Recent developments,...


The Primary Care Toolkit for Anxiety and Related Disorders

by Bianca Lauria-Horner Brush Education (October 13, 2016)

Primary care physicians know from experience how many patients come to them needing help with anxiety and related disorders: these disorders have a lifetime prevalence rate of 30%, but they often seem to be...


The Primary Care Toolkit for Anxiety and Related Disorders

by Bianca Lauria-Horner Brush Education (October 13, 2016)

Primary care physicians know from experience how many patients come to them needing help with anxiety and related disorders: these disorders have a lifetime prevalence rate of 30%, but they often seem to be...


The Primary Care Toolkit for Anxiety and Related Disorders

by Bianca Lauria-Horner Brush Education (October 13, 2016)

Primary care physicians know from experience how many patients come to them needing help with anxiety and related disorders: these disorders have a lifetime prevalence rate of 30%, but they often seem to be...


The Primary Care Toolkit for Anxiety and Related Disorders

by Bianca Lauria-Horner Brush Education (October 13, 2016)

Primary care physicians know from experience how many patients come to them needing help with anxiety and related disorders: these disorders have a lifetime prevalence rate of 30%, but they often seem to be...


Synergy, Healing, and Empowerment

by Richard Katz & Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu Brush Education (November 05, 2012)

Guided by the concept of synergy, this groundbreaking collection explores alternatives in the areas of counseling, education, and community health and development. Synergy refers to the process of two or more...


Synergy, Healing, and Empowerment

by Richard Katz & Stephen Murphy-Shigematsu Brush Education (November 05, 2012)

Guided by the concept of synergy, this groundbreaking collection explores alternatives in the areas of counseling, education, and community health and development. Synergy refers to the process of two or more...


I Understand

by Vonnie Woodrick & Mariel Hemingway Eerdmans (September 01, 2020)

Time doesn’t heal—love heals

 

When Vonnie Woodrick lost her husband Rob to suicide in 2003, she was faced with a series of decisions. How would she move on? How would she support and raise her three children...


Bioethics

by Gilbert Meilaender Eerdmans (August 04, 2020)

Amid continuing advances in medical research and treatment, Gilbert Meilaender’s Bioethics has long provided thoughtful guidance on many of society’s most difficult moral problems—including abortion,...


Speaking Peace in a Climate of Conflict

by Marilyn McEntyre Eerdmans (May 19, 2020)

What can we learn from contemporary writers about keeping public conversation compassionate, vigorous, faithful, and life-giving?

Those who want to avoid simplistic partisan rhetoric and use words in a challenging,...


Speaking Peace in a Climate of Conflict

by Marilyn McEntyre Eerdmans (May 19, 2020)

What can we learn from contemporary writers about keeping public conversation compassionate, vigorous, faithful, and life-giving?

Those who want to avoid simplistic partisan rhetoric and use words in a challenging,...


A Grotesque in the Garden

by Hud Hudson & Michael Rea Eerdmans (June 23, 2020)

After several millennia living as a lone sentinel in the Garden of Eden, the angel Tesque is contemplating leaving his post in rebellion against God. Meanwhile, in another time and place, a professor of mathematics...


Loving Wisdom

by Paul Copan Eerdmans (April 23, 2020)

A guide to Christian philosophy that engages with the biblical story

As human beings, we all qualify as philosophers, and Paul Copan contends that we take a position of trust (faith) shaped by philosophical stances...


Loving Wisdom

by Paul Copan Eerdmans (April 23, 2020)

A guide to Christian philosophy that engages with the biblical story

As human beings, we all qualify as philosophers, and Paul Copan contends that we take a position of trust (faith) shaped by philosophical stances...


Cynicism and Christianity in Antiquity

by Marie-Odile Goulet-Cazé & John Kloppenborg Eerdmans (August 20, 2019)

Was Jesus a Cynic? 

Cynicism and Christianity in Antiquity is a literary tour de force analyzing and refuting the hypothesis that Jesus was a Cynic. Marie-Odile Goulet-Cazé examines the arguments submitted...


Cynicism and Christianity in Antiquity

by Marie-Odile Goulet-Cazé & John Kloppenborg Eerdmans (August 20, 2019)

Was Jesus a Cynic? 

Cynicism and Christianity in Antiquity is a literary tour de force analyzing and refuting the hypothesis that Jesus was a Cynic. Marie-Odile Goulet-Cazé examines the arguments submitted...


Addiction and Pastoral Care

by Sonia E. Waters & John Swinton Eerdmans (February 05, 2019)

A timely resource treating addiction holistically as both a spiritual and a pathological condition

Substance addictions present a unique set of challenges for pastoral care. In this book Sonia Waters weaves together...


Full Darkness

by Brian S. Powers & John Swinton Eerdmans (January 10, 2019)

A theological treatment of war, trauma, and the fundamental character of human existence

 In Full Darkness theologian and wartime veteran Brian Powers argues that the Augustinian concept of original sin can...


Reimagining the Analogia Entis

by Philip John Paul Gonzales & Cyril O'Regan Eerdmans (January 15, 2019)

In 1932 German theologian and philosopher Erich Przywara penned his Analogia Entis, a vision of the analogy of being and a metaphysical exploration of the dynamic between God and creation. A translation into...


Addiction and Pastoral Care

by Sonia E. Waters & John Swinton Eerdmans (February 05, 2019)

A timely resource treating addiction holistically as both a spiritual and a pathological condition

Substance addictions present a unique set of challenges for pastoral care. In this book Sonia Waters weaves together...


Full Darkness

by Brian S. Powers & John Swinton Eerdmans (January 10, 2019)

A theological treatment of war, trauma, and the fundamental character of human existence

 In Full Darkness theologian and wartime veteran Brian Powers argues that the Augustinian concept of original sin can...


Reimagining the Analogia Entis

by Philip John Paul Gonzales & Cyril O'Regan Eerdmans (January 15, 2019)

In 1932 German theologian and philosopher Erich Przywara penned his Analogia Entis, a vision of the analogy of being and a metaphysical exploration of the dynamic between God and creation. A translation into...


Heavenly Bodies

by Ola Sigurdson Eerdmans (July 30, 2016)

Deep and wide study of 2,000 years of Christian thought on the human body

Does Christianity scorn our bodies? Friedrich Nietzsche thought so, and many others since him have thought the same. Ola Sigurdson contends,...


Heavenly Bodies

by Ola Sigurdson Eerdmans (July 30, 2016)

Deep and wide study of 2,000 years of Christian thought on the human body

Does Christianity scorn our bodies? Friedrich Nietzsche thought so, and many others since him have thought the same. Ola Sigurdson contends,...


Commonwealth and Covenant

by Marcia Pally Eerdmans (March 02, 2016)

 In Commonwealth and Covenant Marcia Pally argues that in order to address current socioeconomic problems, we need not more economic formulas but rather a better understanding of how the world is set up —...


How to Survive the Apocalypse

by Robert Joustra & Alissa Wilkinson Eerdmans (May 20, 2016)

Incisive insights into contemporary pop culture and its apocalyptic bent

The world is going to hell. So begins this book, pointing to the prevalence of apocalypse — cataclysmic destruction and nightmarish end-of-the-world...


The Intolerable God

by Christopher J. Insole Eerdmans (April 26, 2016)

The thought of Immanuel Kant (1724–1804) is often regarded as having caused a crisis for theology and religion because it sets the limits of knowledge to what can be derived from experience. In The Intolerable...


Wholeheartedness

by Chuck DeGroat Eerdmans (March 02, 2016)

I’m being pulled in a thousand different directions.

 

As a therapist, Chuck DeGroat hears that line all the time. “I hear it from students and software developers,” he says. “I hear it from spiritual...


Kierkegaard and the Paradox of Religious Diversity

by George B. Connell Eerdmans (February 24, 2016)

Søren Kierkegaard (1813–1855) famously critiqued Christendom — especially the religious monoculture of his native Denmark. But what would he make of the dizzying diversity of religious life today? In this...


Commonwealth and Covenant

by Marcia Pally Eerdmans (March 02, 2016)

 In Commonwealth and Covenant Marcia Pally argues that in order to address current socioeconomic problems, we need not more economic formulas but rather a better understanding of how the world is set up —...


How to Survive the Apocalypse

by Robert Joustra & Alissa Wilkinson Eerdmans (May 20, 2016)

Incisive insights into contemporary pop culture and its apocalyptic bent

The world is going to hell. So begins this book, pointing to the prevalence of apocalypse — cataclysmic destruction and nightmarish end-of-the-world...


The Intolerable God

by Christopher J. Insole Eerdmans (April 26, 2016)

The thought of Immanuel Kant (1724–1804) is often regarded as having caused a crisis for theology and religion because it sets the limits of knowledge to what can be derived from experience. In The Intolerable...


Wholeheartedness

by Chuck DeGroat Eerdmans (March 02, 2016)

I’m being pulled in a thousand different directions.

 

As a therapist, Chuck DeGroat hears that line all the time. “I hear it from students and software developers,” he says. “I hear it from spiritual...


Kierkegaard and the Paradox of Religious Diversity

by George B. Connell Eerdmans (February 24, 2016)

Søren Kierkegaard (1813–1855) famously critiqued Christendom — especially the religious monoculture of his native Denmark. But what would he make of the dizzying diversity of religious life today? In this...


Knowledge and Christian Belief

by Alvin Plantinga Eerdmans (April 13, 2015)

In his widely praised Warranted Christian Belief (Oxford, 2000) Alvin Plantinga discussed in great depth the question of the rationality, or sensibility, of Christian belief. In this book Plantinga presents...


Beyond the Abortion Wars

by Charles C. Camosy Eerdmans (March 12, 2015)

Cuts through the mass confusion surrounding abortion and lays out solid common ground

The abortion debate in the United States is confused. Ratings-driven media coverage highlights extreme views and creates...


Knowledge and Christian Belief

by Alvin Plantinga Eerdmans (April 13, 2015)

In his widely praised Warranted Christian Belief (Oxford, 2000) Alvin Plantinga discussed in great depth the question of the rationality, or sensibility, of Christian belief. In this book Plantinga presents...


Kierkegaard's Concept of Faith

by Merold Westphal Eerdmans (August 11, 2014)

In this book renowned philosopher Merold Westphal unpacks the writings of nineteenth-century thinker Søren Kierkegaard on biblical, Christian faith and its relation to reason.

Across five books — Fear and...


Revelation as Testimony

by Mats Wahlberg Eerdmans (November 08, 2014)

According to the pre-modern Christian tradition, knowledge of God is mainly testimonial: we know certain important truths about God and divine things because God himself has told them to us. In academic theology...


Vainglory

by Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung Eerdmans (December 03, 2014)

Julia Roberts on the red carpet at the Oscars. Lady Gaga singing ?Applause? to worshipful fans at one of her sold-out concerts. And you and me in our Sunday best in the front row at church. What do we have in...


How (Not) to Be Secular

by James K. A. Smith Eerdmans (May 01, 2014)

How (Not) to Be Secular is what Jamie Smith calls "your hitchhiker's guide to the present" -- it is both a reading guide to Charles Taylor's monumental work A Secular Age and philosophical guidance on how we...