Religion

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“most importantly, Twitty reminds us that you don’t have to be Black or Jewish to love koshersoul.”

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Holland writes about Rome with a Gibbonesque flair that both informs and entertains.”

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“a snarky, slapstick, clever buddy comedy in printed form where each riffs off the other’s talents, making Hell a hell of a lot of fun.”

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Fersko avoids polemics or self-righteous posturing, keeping a smart focus on practical realities.

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“Orit Avishai has infused great passion and time into her research and writing, which shows the reader that a person can be openly LGBTQIA+ and a practicing Jew who can live a joyous, fulfi

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"a fascinating narrative . . . Pegg is a masterful guide into the developing Christian world."

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Deeply engrossing and moving, this splendid biography gives us the remarkable man behind the tortured face.”

He taught us to bear witness.

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Testimony challenges the narrative that Evangelical Christianity is the gateway drug to White Christian Nationalism.”

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“This is a very dense volume, filled with detailed discussion on complicated issues of dogma, politics, and the incorporation of Christianity into European society writ large.”

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“Manguel introduces the reader to an important thinker who deserves to be far better known. It's a masterly feat . . .”

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“For dreamers and students, thinkers and searchers, Roma Downey’s Be an Angel is a collection of spellbinding essays that reads like a devotional.

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“White evangelicalism is a movement thoroughly entrenched in American nationalism, white supremacy, patriarchy, and xenophobia.”

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solid, mostly engaging, offering an undeniable insight into the ongoing movement to return America to what the White Nationalist movement sees as its foundational principl

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“Iyer’s narratives—whether he’s writing about modernity or monasteries, the Dalai Lama or domestic life—brim with insights . . ."

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“‘When Buddhists speak of a lotus in the mud, they’re reminding us that the most beautiful of flowers has its roots in what we regard as muck and filth; it's only grit that makes the radian

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If modern American archaeologists have a patron saint, it would be Indiana Jones, who burst onto the scene with the summer 1981 blockbuster Raiders of the Lost Ark.

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“an annotated scholarly work intended to illustrate ‘the endless possibilities for reimagining and reinterpreting American Jewish history.’”

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“There have been other books about the polygamist Mormons in Mexico, some of them first-hand accounts.

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“essential reading for anyone concerned with social justice. . . . a blueprint for a Jewish 1619 Project.”

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“Beck’s infusion of religion into this book is both its strength and weakness.”

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“So many individuals and groups from throughout the United States came to rest, like a magnet attracted to steel, into the aftermath of the tragedy in Pittsburgh – just to pay their respect

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“concise, clear, easy-to-follow guide through Islam as both a religion and a political-cultural force. . . . impressively thorough.”

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“The redeeming power of Freedman’s book is that it allows his fans to be exposed one more time to Cohen’s incredible personality and intelligence and, for that reason, the book is a success

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