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Finding Palestine: One American's Trek from the Midwest to the Middle East

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The author, invited to work as a medical health consultant for the Red Crescent Society in the Middle East, soon discovers a world she never knew existed. As a personal witness of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, this nice Catholic girl from the Midwest finds herself dodging bullets and treating the wounded! Here is a truly fascinating first-person account of her adventures, and a "significant map for those willing to take the road less traveled to truth and comprehension with respect to Palestine," says Jerry Levin, former CNN bureau chief in Beirut, Lebanon. He concludes, "Essentially this is a book about decent, courageous people struggling for recognition and justice" which also describes the necessary first step toward peace with justice in the Holy Land.  
Price: $17.95

Life of Moses, The

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Moses comes alive in this retelling of his story by the famous French poet Edmond Fleg (translated from the French by Lord Stephen Haden-Guest) who decided to gather the scattered stories passed down through the generations in the early Midrashim. Fleg has done a superb job of weaving together the religious, historical and biographical aspects of Moses' life in a splendid style. The Egyptian, Middle Eastern and Jewish cultures of the time provide the background for this captivating tale about the "man of God at whose death the earth and heaven and the Lord God Himself wept, saying 'There shall be no other Moses.'" This jewel, too long missing from library shelves, is here reissued as part of our Religious Classics Series.

Price: $12.95

Narrow Gate Churches: The Christian Presence in the Holy Land under Muslim and Jewish Rule

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Oxford-educated Arab journalist Atallah Mansour here recounts the history of the Arab Christian community in the Holy Land for the past two millennia. To protect their ancient churches from desecrating marauders on horseback, worshipers in the Holy Lands sealed up most of their doors centuries ago to keep the invaders outside their sacred halls. Thus the term, "narrow gate churches" was used to describe Christian churches in the land of our savior's birth. This fascinating history of how Christians have survived and prospered here down through the centuries under stressful conditions is a tribute to the faith of this remnant community and to the divine intervention on their behalf that helped them survive rather miraculously under hostile regimes and straitened conditions. 

Price: $19.95

Reflections on My First Noel

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Written by CNN's Beirut bureau chief Jerry Levin after spendiing over eleven months of captivity, this is the poignant story of the spiritual transformation he went through duriing his long ordeal as a "forgotten American hostage" and the miraculous way in which he was freed from his captors.
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Rose's Journey: A Christian in the Holocaust

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A remarkable story, this book recounts the exploits of an extraordinary woman who dedicated her heart and soul to serving her Lord–even if it meant going to a concentration camp. Through one miracle after another, she survived horrific persecution at the hands of the Nazis. Her story is chronicled here with great insight by Myrna Grant who has specialized in making known to the world how in the past century many have bravely resisted the forces that would annihilate them for their faith. As the poet and author Luci Shaw has said of this story, these are “events we must never forget,” and we must honor such “heroism that exemplifies the courage of the faithful human spirit.” A perfect selection for book clubs or adult forums.

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Study in Bohairic Coptic, A

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As the language of the earliest known Christian liturgies, Bohairic Coptic remains an important tool to all Biblical scholars. Dr. Nabil Mattar, in an effort to keep his mother tongue alive, has devoted years to compiling this wonderful grammar book in Bohairic Coptic, Arabic and English.
Price: $59.95

Way of a Pilgrim - The & The Pilgrim Continues His Way

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Written in the 19th century by an anonymous Russian pilgrim and translated from the Russian by R.M. French, this little book has become a spiritual classic on the Jesus Prayer. Filled with insights on how to maintain a prayerful presence in the face of predicaments, adventures and calamities, it was preserved for posterity by the pilgrim's spiritual adviser, a wise old monk who recorded these tales of the pilgrim's dedicated life-style, and then began to pass the manuscript on to those who wanted to know why Jesus told his disciples to 'pray without ceasing.' This narrative about the wayfarer's longings to communicate with God is especially inspiring and apt for today's busy person who is looking for that quiet center of spiritual strength.

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West Bank Diary: Middle East Violence as Reported by a Former American Hostage

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When Jerry Levin was CNN’s Beirut Bureau Chief, he was kidnapped and held hostage by the Hezbollah for almost a year. Yet when he was released, instead of being vindictive against his captors, Jerry decided to devote his life to giving voice to peoples silenced by foreign policies that often victimize the innocent. He became a dedicated advocate for nonviolence and volunteered for the Christian Peacemaker Team Hebron, West Bank. Determined to demonstrate the power of nonviolence, Jerry escorts Palestinian children to school or farmers to their fields, being a peacemaker in a world filled with hate and violence. Levin tells of the plight of the Palestinians cut off from each other, from their hopes and dreams, their heritage and lives held hostage to myth and historical inaccuracy.

Price: $14.95

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