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Did America Have a Christian Founding?

The focus of Hall’s book Did America Have a Christian Founding focuses on Christianity’s role in the founding of America. When supporting his points, Hall uses primary documents almost exclusively.

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All Shall Be Well: Awakening to God’s Presence in His Messy, Abundant World

This book is explicitly catered to Christians and provides readers with practical ways to enrich their faith. McNiel pulls ideas and themes from Scripture and continuously talks about her faith. At the end of the book, she says, “Jesus is the first triumphant herald of eternal spring. He is a promise of shalom, of a world made new.”

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The Faithful Imagination: Papers from the 2018 Frances White Ewbank Colloquium on C.S. Lewis & Friends

Whether readers come to find out what Lewis scholars are currently discussing or to see how much depth they can find in Lewis and his friends’ work, this volume is well-worth reading.

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The Complete Guide to the Prayers of Jesus: What Jesus Prayed and How It Can Change Your Life Today

Most Christians know on some level that they need to pray, but how do they do it? More specifically, how do they make it into a continual conversation with God rather than something they do every time they’re in trouble? Janet Holm McHney answer these questions and others by looking at how Jesus prayed. She goes through different moments the Gospels records Jesus praying or audibly talking to God (and in some cases God audibly talking back), and connects the attitudes present in each moment to values Christians should cultivate when praying and generally in their spiritual life.

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