Hanging on to Hope by Annette Newcomb
Released: March 30, 2016

"A sweet, inspiring tale of overcoming troubles through faith."
In this debut memoir, a woman confronts her life's challenges, armed with a deeply held faith. Read full book review >
RADICALIZATION by Farhad Khosrokhavar
Released: Jan. 3, 2017

"A timely, systematic breakdown of thee reasons for radicalization."
A French scholar delineates the attractions of violent extremism, specifically jihadi Islam. Read full book review >

Reencounter With Jesus by Roberto Hernandez
Released: June 30, 2016

"An uplifting, approachable, and heartfelt work of apologetics."
An appeal to readers to seek a relationship with Jesus Christ. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 10, 2017

"While Ulrich creates an absorbing history of intimate lives, individuals' religious passions and acceptance of polygamy remain mysterious."
A Pulitzer Prize-winning historian investigates women's power and agency within the early Mormon community. Read full book review >
Released: May 3, 2016

"An impassioned plea to restore God to an alcoholic's recovery program."
A debut meditation guide focuses on one of the founding principles of Alcoholics Anonymous. Read full book review >

The God Nobody Knows by Sandy Harlan
Released: March 30, 2016

"Carefully and thoughtfully constructed arguments about contemporary Christianity and the questions believers should ask themselves in today's world."
A debut book offers a meditation on contemporary faith and examines new ways of viewing God. Read full book review >
A Journey to God's Grace by Trina Shepherd
Released: June 24, 2016

"An inspirational memoir undermined by messy writing."
A debut spiritual autobiography reflects on a life of challenging trials. Read full book review >
A Sailor's Sunrise by Captain M. Reasoner
Released: June 29, 2016

"Easy to read and process throughout, this book delivers practical Christian advice for sailors."
A debut book offers a collection of Christian meditations designed for the seafaring life. Read full book review >
SIN BRAVELY by Maggie Rowe
Released: Jan. 10, 2017

"An enthusiastic chronicle of how one woman's religious passion almost swallowed her whole."
How an overly zealous religious imagination hampered the author's life. Read full book review >
Released: Dec. 6, 2016

"A good idea derailed for the sake of entertainment. Readers interested in this topic should turn to Gary Gutting's Talking God: Philosophers on Belief (2016)."
In this 21st-century take on the long-standing tradition of philosophical dialogue, two intellectuals battle it out in the arena of ideas and witticisms. Read full book review >
The Priest and the Cardinal by William DuBay
Released: June 23, 2016

"An informative study of the Catholic Church's problems reconciling itself with modernity.
A Catholic priest's remembrance of his struggle to draw the church into the fight over American civil rights. Read full book review >
Let Your Light So Shine by T. Fields
Released: May 6, 2011

"A passionate sermon on the pervasiveness of love in Christian teaching and its overwhelming importance in Christian life."
A short manual about the theory and practice of Christian love. Read full book review >
Kirkus Interview
H.W. Brands
October 11, 2016

As noted historian H.W. Brands reveals in his new book The General vs. the President: MacArthur and Truman at the Brink of Nuclear War, at the height of the Korean War, President Harry S. Truman committed a gaffe that sent shock waves around the world. When asked by a reporter about the possible use of atomic weapons in response to China's entry into the war, Truman replied testily, "The military commander in the field will have charge of the use of the weapons, as he always has." This suggested that General Douglas MacArthur, the willful, fearless, and highly decorated commander of the American and U.N. forces, had his finger on the nuclear trigger. A correction quickly followed, but the damage was done; two visions for America's path forward were clearly in opposition, and one man would have to make way. Truman was one of the most unpopular presidents in American history. General MacArthur, by contrast, was incredibly popular, as untouchable as any officer has ever been in America. The contest of wills between these two titanic characters unfolds against the turbulent backdrop of a faraway war and terrors conjured at home by Joseph McCarthy. “An exciting, well-written comparison study of two American leaders at loggerheads during the Korean War crisis,” our reviewer writes in a starred review. View video >