He Saw That It Was Good

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By Sho Baraka, Chris Broussard (Foreword by)
ISBN: 9780593193044
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Published: WaterBrook - May 18th, 2021

It's 2021 and you can still read anti-racist books! Sho Baraka takes a fascinating look at the intersections between culture, art, faith, and race, in a book that is simultaneously compelling, personal, and artistic. A must-read!


Salvation on Sand Mountain

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ISBN: 9780306818363
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Published: Da Capo Press - August 11th, 2009

Despite his Alabama roots, Dennis Covington only knew about snake handling in a vague sense, until the New York Times asked him to cover a story about a snake handling death in the 1990s. Intrigued by the culture, Covington extended the project and wrote this book. This American subculture is filled with everything from quiet piety to sexual power play; cultish leaders to naive victims. In his thoughtful and elegant book, Covington offers few conclusions, but peels back a side of our country few people know about.


Protestantism After 500 Years

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By Thomas Albert Howard (Editor), Mark A. Noll (Editor)
ISBN: 9780190264796
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Published: Oxford University Press, USA - August 1st, 2016

There is no overstating the significance of the Protestant Reformation, and so its 500th anniversary is an event deserving reflection. In Protestantism After 500 Years, two leading Reformation scholars compile essays devoted to how events of 1517 kick-started history's greatest revolution. A must-read for understanding religion's role in the development of modernity.


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