Books

Books

Us, them and the Crusades

When Pope Benedict XVI recently quoted a 14th-century emperor who claimed that Islam’s singular contribution to the world was the doctrine of spreading religion by violence, Muslim reaction was swift and angry.

BookMarks

Huebner’s book is a challenge to both his fellow Mennonites and the broader church. He asserts that Mennonites can just as easily become Constantinian—attached to power—as any other Christians.

Religion and rights

John Witte has written a book that is profoundly in touch with the intractable issues in U.S. public life and in that of the West generally.

Faith and Politics: How the "Moral Values" Debate Divides America and How to Move Forward Together

This is not a ghostwritten book signed by yet another famous politician hoping to cash in after years of public service.