256 pp. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt $25
If you’ve been finding your self a bit too attached to the exact words that appear in the Bible, knowing all the while that English wasn’t even the language in which the Bible was written, this book will help you achieve some flexibility, which is arguably the main point.
“Controversial, challenging, and meticulously researched, Eliza Wood’s Crisis of Faith is equal parts thriller and cautionary tale of religious extremism and home-grown terrorism, questioning where we are going as a nation and as a planet.”
‒ James Rollins
—New York Times bestselling author of Bloodline
The Tale of Queen Jehan And The Three Kingdoms is a beautifully illustrated children’s book that teaches racial, ethnic and religious cooperation through metaphor.
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