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Surprised by Paradox: The Promise of And in an Either-Or World

Jen Pollock Michel considers four central paradoxes – the incarnation, the kingdom of God, God’s grace, and holy lament – to explain what readers can learn when they lean into each one.

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C.S. Lewis: A Very Short Introduction

This book will help readers gain a better understanding of one of the greatest Christian thinkers in recent memory.

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Kinda Like Grace: A Homeless Man, a Broken Woman, and the Decision that Made Them Family

This book gives a powerful look at helping the least of these and trusting God along the way that few other books provide. Anyone looking for new understandings of Christian charity should read this book.

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