If God Has a Refrigerator, Your Picture Is on It (Mar., $13) by James W. Moore celebrates the glory of God

Personal Prayer for Graduates (Mar., $6). Brief prayers deal with everyday situations.

Reflections on Marriage and Spiritual Growth (Mar., $13) by Andrew J. Weaver encourages couples to connect their married and spiritual lives.


Taking Back Our Lives: Reflections for Survivors of Child Abuse (Mar., $9.95 paper) by Patti Sherlock focuses on issues facing adults who were abused physically, mentally, verbally or sexually.

The Rosary: Mysteries of Joy, Light, Sorrow and Glory (May, $6.95 paper) by Alice Camille. Five new mysteries added by Pope John Paul II occasion this fresh look into the classic prayer.


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A Year of Spirituality (Apr., $14.95) by Ingrid Collins unlocks spiritual potential for true joy.

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Isis Mary Sophia: Her Mission and Ours (May, $16.95 paper) by Rudolph Steiner demystifies the idea of divine feminine wisdom.

The Reappearance of Christ in the Etheric (May, $19.95 paper) by Rudolph Steiner announces Christ's presence in the sphere of the earth's ether.


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I Love You, Son: What Every Boy (and Man) Needs to Hear (Aug., $11.99 paper) by Rick Meyer takes a down-to-earth approach to men's spiritual needs.

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Rethinking Religion: Exploratory Investigations (May, $16 paper) by Doug Pratt considers religion as a discipline.


The Search for the Buddha: The Men Who Discovered India's Lost Religion (Apr., $TBA) by Charles Allen profiles the soldiers and adventurers who brought Buddhism to the West.

Christianity: A History (June, $TBA paper) by Bamber Gascoigne analyzes the religion's impact on today's world.


Let Me Sow Love: Living the Peace Prayer of St. Francis (Mar., $10.95 paper) by James E. Adams weaves together scripture and reflection.

Mary of Nazareth: Prophet of Peace (Mar., $9.95 paper) by John Dear, S.J., underscores the message of nonviolence that Mary brings to the church.

When the Lion Roars: A Primer for the Unsuspecting Mystic (Mar., $11.95 paper) by Stephen J. Rossetti charts a way to answer God's call.


Advancement of Women: A Bahá'í Perspective (Apr., $15.95 paper) by Janet A. Kahn and Peter J. Kahn outlines the faith's teachings on gender equality and its global impact.

Release the Sun: An Early History of the Bahí'í Faith (May, $14.95 paper) by William Sears depicts Báb, who attracted thousands of followers before being executed in 1850.


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How Would Jesus Raise a Child? (Mar., $19.99) by Teresa Whitehurst recommends the ways Jesus related to those around him.

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Thank God It's Monday: Celebrating Your Purpose at Work (July, $12.99 paper) by Kim Rose Hackney counsels women on taking their faith into the workplace.


The Mother-Daughter Circle: Making Lifelong Connections with Your Teenager (Apr., $19.95) by Celia Straus is the latest by the author of Prayers on My Pillow. 5-city author tour.


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Reprint: Learning to Fall: The Blessings of an Imperfect Life (May, $12.95 paper) by Philip Simmons.


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The Upanishads: Selections (June, $16). Alistair Shearer and Peter Russell translate India's spiritual classic.


God's Leading Lady (July, $14 paper) by Bishop T.D. Jakes empowers women to take control of their lives. 75,000 first printing.


Wings of Mercy: Spiritual Reflections from the Birds of the Air (May, $10.95 paper) by Laurie Kehler describes life lessons taken from our feathered friends. 15,000 first printing. Ad/promo.


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Eve's Revenge: Women and a Spirituality of the Body (Mar., $14.99 paper) by Lilian Calles Barger. The social significance of the body itself affects spirituality. Advertising.

The Unauthorized Guide to Choosing a Church (Apr., $18.99 paper) by Carmen Renee Berry outlines the beliefs of major Christian denominations. Advertising.

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Charles Colson: A Story of Power, Corruption and Redemption (Mar., $22.99) by John Perry limns the felon who found God.

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Seven Laws of Spiritual Life (Aug., $19.99) by Ray Pritchard enables Christians to grow in their faith.


Mexican Phoenix: Our Lady of Guadalupe: Image and Tradition Across Five Centuries (Mar., $22 paper) by D.A. Brading explores the patriotism and religion associated with this Latin American icon.

Kierkegaard: A Biography (Mar., $25 paper) by Alastair Hannay traces the patterns of the philosopher's life and thought.

The Holy Reich: Nazi Conceptions of Christianity, 1919—1945 (Apr., $30) by Richard Steigmann-Gall disputes the notion that Nazism was anti-Christian.


Healing Prayers for Every Day (June, $6.50 paper) by Robert De Grandis addresses the needs of both body and soul.


I Dared to Call Him Father: The Miraculous Story of a Muslim Woman's Encounter with God (Apr., $12.99 paper) by Bilquis Sheikh with Richard H. Schneider is a 25th anniversary edition.

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An Endless Trace: The Passionate Pursuit of Wisdom in the West (May, $19.95 paper) by Christopher Bamford collects essays on inner spiritual traditions ranging from Pythagoras to the Rosicrucians.

A Passion for Seeing: A Bouquet of Writings and Drawings (June, $16.95 paper) by Frederick Franck excerpts more than 30 books by the 93-year-old artist, writer and peace activist.


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Judaism in America (Aug., $35) by Marc Lee Raphael explores history and tradition.


Be Generous: 101 Meditations and Suggestions to Get You Through the Day (and Night) (Apr., $21.95 paper) by David Marell advocates experiencing the here and now.

Single Female Pilgrim Seeks Spiritual Sustenance: One Woman's Quest for Meaning (Apr., $14.95 paper) by Suzanne Clores recounts her investigation of various spiritual practices.


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Historical Atlas of the Jewish People (May, $50), edited by Shmuel Ahituv, details a rich and turbulent past.


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The Eternal Present: Daily Readings from Today's Most Inspiring Christian Writers (Apr., $24.95 paper), edited by Andrea Wells Miller, includes 366 uplifting thoughts by Philip Yancey, Eugene Peterson and many others. A Crossroad Carlisle book.

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Broken Promises, Blinded Dreams (July, $12.99 paper) by Reggie White. The NFL personality speaks about education, politics and black leadership.


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No One Like Him (Apr., $12) by Thomas A. Jones clarifies the heart, character and message of Jesus.

Finding Balance from the Inside Out (Apr., $13), edited by Sheila Jones. The analogy of a high-wire walker inspires women to find order in their lives.


Lord, Have Mercy: Confession and the Christian's Life Story (Mar., $19.95) by Scott Hahn illuminates the Catholic Church's teachings on confession and forgiveness.

Send My Roots Rain: A Spirituality of Justice and Mercy (Apr., $21.95) by Megan McKenna. Universal lessons come from Zen, Jewish, Sufi and Native American traditions.

Introduction to the Gospel of John (May, $30) by Raymond E. Brown, S.S., examines the work's theological, historical and literary significance.

The Body Broken: Answering God's Call to Love One Another (June, $21.95) by Robert Benson probes intolerance and healing within the Christian community.

Sacred Passages: Bringing the Sacraments to Life (July, $19.95) by Bert Ghezzi highlights the importance of the sacraments in Catholic daily life.

The Habit: A History of Clothing of Catholic Nuns (Aug., $24.95) by Elizabeth Kuhns scrutinizes gender and identity issues within the Catholic Church today.


Enough Religion to Make Us Hate: Reflections on Religion and Politics (Mar., $11.95 paper) by Victor Griffin reviews religious intolerance in Ireland. A Columba Press book.

One God, Three Faiths (Mar., $TBA paper) by Owen O'Sullivan contrasts the three major religions. A Columba Press book.

A History of the Church of Ireland, 1629—2001 (Apr., $36.95) by Dean Acheson is a revised account of the institution. A Columba Press book.


Love and Good Reasons: Postliberal Approaches to Christian Ethics and Literature (Mar., $19.95 paper) by Fritz Oehlschlaeger demonstrates ways to read novels from a Christian perspective.

Gods of the Blood: The Pagan Revival and White Separatism (June, $23.95 paper) by Mattias Gardell surveys racist paganism.

New Day Begun: African-American Churches and Civic Culture in Post—Civil Rights America: The Public Influences of African-American Churches, Vol. 1 (June, $29.95), edited by R. Drew Smith, draws on a poll of nearly 2,000 black churches around the country.


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Scarred by Struggle, Transformed by Hope (Mar., $20) by Joan D. Chittister meditates on the universal struggles of the human experience.

Who Are the Christians in the Middle East? (Mar., $20 paper) by Betty Jane Bailey and J. Martin Bailey explores the current state of Christianity there.

Genesis: The Movie (Apr., $30 paper) by Robert Farrar Capon shines a new light on the first three chapters of Genesis.

Searching for God in Godforsaken Times and Places: Reflections on Holocaust, Racism and Death (Apr., $18 paper) by Hubert G. Locke recounts his personal struggles with doubt, uncertainty and skepticism.

Who Were the Early Israelites and Where Did They Come From? (Apr., $25) by William G. Dever explains what archaeology says about Israel's origins.


The Awakening West: Conversations with Today's New Western Spiritual Leaders (Mar., $16.95 paper) by Lynn Marie Lumiere and John Lumiere-Wins perceives the influences of Zen, Hinduism, Judaism and more.

10-Minute Celtic Spirituality: Simple Blessings, Wisdom and Guidance for Daily Living (Mar., $12 paper) by Rosemary Roberts makes a complex religion more easily accessible.


The Other Side of the Altar: One Man's Life in the Catholic Priesthood (Mar., $23) by Paul E. Dinter. A man who left the Church to marry found the rule of celibacy outdated, crippling and conducive to a culture of cover-up. 15,000 first printing. Ad/promo.

The Life You Save May Be Your Own: An American Pilgrimage (Apr., $27) by Paul Elie praises what Thomas Merton, Dorothy Day, Walker Percy and Flannery O'Connor did to reinvigorate the American Catholic Church. 20,000 first printing. Ad/promo. 8-city author tour.


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Kabbalah (Mar., $26.95) by Avraham Yaakov Finkel includes biographical sketches of Kabbalistic masters.

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Findhorn Book of Guidance & Intuition (May, $9.95 paper) by Carly Newfeld defines the methods of people whose qualities are innate.

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Merton and Judaism (Apr., $28.95 paper) collects writers who discuss Thomas Merton's developing relationship with Judaism.


The Wisdom of Serpents (Mar., $10) by Roland S. Homet Jr. reports that coercive American attitudes concerning religion can hurt the country's long-term interests.

Meditations on Four Quartets (Mar., $15) by John E. Booty renders a new understanding of T.S. Eliot's work.


The God of Old: Inside the Lost World of the Bible (Mar., $25) by James L. Kugel recalls the God envisioned by early Israelites.

The Beginning of Wisdom: A Companion to the Book of Genesis (May, $35) by Leon R. Kass re-interprets Genesis as a coherent philosophical narrative.

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Christian Love (May, $29.95) by Bernard V. Brady allows readers to engage with great Christian minds from Augustine to today.

The Christian Right in American Politics: Marching to the Millennium (May, $24.95 paper), edited by John C. Green et al., analyzes the movement from 1980 to 2000.

God's Rule: The Politics of World Religions (June, $29.95), edited by Jacob Neusner, explains how religion shapes political power and how religion shapes itself in relation to that power.


Saints in Art (Mar., $19.95 paper) by Rosa Giorgi cites characteristic features of more than 100 saints found in sacred Western art.


The Unknown She: Eight Faces of an Emerging Consciousness (May, $15.95 paper) by Hilary Hart recognizes women's mystical orientation and its role in this time of crisis. Ad/promo. Author tour.


Yes, Jesus Loves Me: 31 Love Stories (Mar., $14.95), edited by Kathy Hood Culmer. Thirty-one women testify to their knowledge of Jesus's love.


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A Pilgrim's Digress: My Perilous, Fumbling Quest for the Celestial City (Mar., $23) by John D. Spalding is one man's quest for the righteous path.


God's Secretaries: The Making of the King James Bible (May, $24.95) by Adam Nicholson evokes the drama of the book's development and overwhelming influence.


The Brother of Jesus (Mar., $23.95) by Hershel Shanks and Ben Witherington III is a definitive account of the latest archeological finds. 75,000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo.

Buddhism (Apr., $17.95) by Huston Smith and Philip Novak is a guide through history and practice. 25,000 first printing.

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Spirit of Buddhism (May, $15.95) by Sogyal Rinpoche contends that Buddhism must remain true to its core traditions as it travels to the West. 25,000 first printing.

The Coming Catholic Church: How the Faithful Are Shaping a New American Catholicism (July, $22.95) by David Gibson recounts how sexual abuse scandals have set off a "revolution from below" in the American institution. 20,000 first printing.

If Grace Is True: Why God Will Save Every Person (July, $22.95) by Philip Gulley and James Mulholland expands upon the belief in eternal salvation for all. 30,000 first printing.


What Is Gnosticism? (Apr., $29.95) by Karen L. King rejects past distortions.

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Infertility: Finding God's Peace in the Journey (July, $10.99 paper) by Lois Flowers turns to scripture for answers to hard questions.

The Power of Praying Together (July, $10.99 paper) by Stormie Omartian and Jack Hayford uncovers the strength in shared prayer.

What Husbands and Wives Aren't Telling Each Other (July, $9.99 paper) by Steve and Annie Chapman affirms that marital transformation is possible through communication.


Sylvia Browne's Book of Angels (Apr., $23.95) by Sylvia Browne answers such questions as: What do angels look like and why are they here? 100,000 first printing. Ad/promo.

Archangels and Ascended Masters: A Guide to Working and Healing with Divinities and Deities (Apr., $23.95) by Doreen Virtue furnishes appeals to 77 different divinities. Ad/promo.


How to Be Like Jesus: Lessons for Following in His Footsteps (Mar., $12.95 paper) by Pat Williams with Jim Denney. Contemporary people exemplify what it means to emulate Jesus.


Hear My Story: Understanding the Cries of Troubled Youth (Mar., $18.95 paper) by Dean Borgman gives voice to lost youths in need of Jesus.

America's Worship Wars (July, $18.95 paper) by Terry W. York harkens to the kinds of music that churches deem acceptable for worship.

The God-Story: Voices from the Past in Classical Judaism (Aug., $24.95) by Leo Duprée Sandgren. Each of 15 stories is built around an historical event.

Turning Points: Transformations in the Formation of Judaism (Aug., $26.95) by Jacob Neusner reports how Judaism has responded to social, cultural and political crises.


The Amish: Why They Enchant Us (Mar., $8.99 paper) by Donald B. Kraybill views changes under way in Amish communities.

How to Teach Peace to Children (Apr., $7.99) by Anne Meyer Byler is a new second edition.

The Upside-Down Kingdom (May, $16.99) by Donald B. Kraybill is an updated 25th anniversary edition.


The Voice of the Irish: The Story of Christian Ireland (Mar., $22) by Michael Staunton ranges from early Celtic culture to the peace process of today.

The Age of Pilgrimage: The Medieval Journey to God (May, $22) by Jonathan Sumption serves as a travel companion to European sites touched by holiness.

The Spiritual Traveler: Chicago and Illinois: A Guide to the Sacred Sites and Peaceful Places (July, $22) by Marilyn J. Chiat includes buildings, cemeteries, battlefields and landscapes.


Freedom from Fear (Apr., $6.95 paper) by Swami Rama plumbs deep resources in the mind. Ad/promo.

Mantra, Tantra & Miracles (Apr., $6.95 paper) by Swami Rama differentiates between charlatans and true masters on the path of enlightenment. Ad/promo.

The Himalayan Masters: A Living Tradition (May, $15.95 paper) by Pandit Rajmani Tigunait. This revised edition revisits eight sages. Ad/promo.


Yoga from the Inside Out: Making Peace with Your Body Through Yoga (May, $12.95 paper) by Christina Sell restores yoga's original spiritual intention.

Parenting, A Sacred Task: 10 Basics for Conscious Childraising (June, $12.95 paper) by Karuna Fedorschak covers such basics as honesty and respect.


The Singular Pilgrim: Travels on Sacred Ground (Mar., $25) by Rosemary Mahoney travels the modern world in search of ancient practices. Author tour.

Keeping Faith: A Skeptic's Journey (Apr., $25) by Fenton Johnson observes both Christian monastic and Zen Buddhist life. Author tour.

Testament (May, $25) by Nino Ricci. The story of Jesus is narrated from four points of view.


High Definition Living (Mar., $18.99) by Ed Young demonstrates the leadership of the biblical leader Nehemiah.

Reign of Grace (Mar., $14.99 paper) by Scotty Smith addresses the question: Unto what end has God healed us?

The God of YES: Discovering God's Four Agreements (Aug., $14.99 paper) by David Edwards proclaims what it means to live in agreement with God today.


Stalking the Divine: Contemplating Faith with the Poor Clares (Aug., $23.95) by Kristin Ohlson pays a call on the cloistered elderly nuns in Cleveland who pray night and day for the sorrows of the world. 40,000 first printing.


Roots and Wings: Adventures of a Spirit on Earth (Aug., $TBA) by Jack Haas recounts his unique spiritual experiences around the world.


Will Catholics Be "Left Behind"?: A Critique of the Rapture and Today's Prophecy Preachers (Mar., $15.95 paper) by Carl E. Olson considers the biblical basis for belief in the Rapture.

Salvation Is from the Jews (Apr., $15.95 paper) by Roy H. Schoeman. A Jew-turned-Catholic studies the role of Judiasm from the Catholic perspective.

J.R.R. Tolkien: Myth, Morality and Religion (Apr., $12.95 paper) by Richard Purtil traces the role these qualities play in Tolkien's books and letters.


Hildegard of Bingen: The Woman of Her (May, $12.95 paper) by Fiona Maddocks sets the saint's life against the backdrop of the Crusades.

The Diamond Cutter: The Buddha on Managing Your Business and Your Life (July, $12.95 paper) by Geshe Michael Roach discloses how the ancient wisdom made him rich.

Transforming Suffering (Aug., $12.95), edited by Donald W. Mitchell and James Wiseman, combines Buddhist and Christian thought to maintain spiritual peace.


Who Knows?: A Study of Religious Consciousness (Mar., $14.95 paper) by Raymond M. Smullyan inquires into religion and mysticism.

Married to the Church: Updated Edition (Aug., $19.95 paper) by Raymond Hedin. A former seminarian highlights changes in priests' lives over the past 50 years.


The Kabbalah of the Soul: The Transformative Psychology and Practices of Jewish Mysticism (Apr., $18.95 paper) by Leonora Leet erects a new framework of understanding.

Rumi: Gazing at the Beloved: The Radical Practice of Beholding the Divine (May, $20) by Will Johnson asserts that anyone can achieve states of ecstatic divine union.


Magdalene's Lost Legacy: Symbolic Numbers and the Sacred Union in Christianity (July, $15 paper) by Margaret Starbird uses the New Testament's numerology to prove that the sacred union of Jesus and his bride created the earliest Christian church.


The Secret Dowry of Eve: Woman's Role in the Development of Consciousness (July, $16.95 paper) by Glynda-Lee Hoffman blends kabbalistic techniques with modern brain research.


The Savvy Couple's Guide to Marrying After 35 (Apr., $11 paper) by Kay Marshall Strom and Dan Kline shares practical information about owning two homes and joining two families.

The Making of a New Spirituality (May, $25) by James Herrick tells how the old view of Judeo-Christian tradition in Western culture has been altered by popular religious media.

A Fragile Stone (July, $17) by Michael Card profiles the apostle Peter.

Embracing the Mysterious God (Aug., $16 paper) by James Emery White accepts the God we don't understand.


The Gift of Kabbalah: Discovering the Secrets of Heaven, Renewing Your Life on Earth (Mar., $16.95 paper) by Tamar Frankiel explicates the Kabbalah's primary message. $15,000 ad/promo. Author tour.

The New Jewish Baby Album: A Jewish Lights Companion for Creating and Celebrating the Beginning of a Spiritual Life (Mar., $19.95) by Jewish Lights Publishing preserves spiritual memories. Ad/promo.

Hineini in Our Lives: Learning How to Respond to Others Using 14 Biblical Texts, 14 Personal Stories (May, $23.95) by Norman J. Cohen. The Bible's most recognized word-symbol can enhance relationships. $15,000 ad/promo. 9-city author tour.

The Jewish Dream Book: The Key to Opening the Inner Meaning of Your Dreams (June, $16.95) by Vanessa L. Ochs with Elizabeth Ochs applies lessons from Jewish mysticism. $15,000 ad/promo. 8-city author tour.

Tough Questions Jews Ask: A Young Person's Guide to Building a Jewish Life (June, $14.95 paper) by Rabbi Edward Feinstein. This is what your rabbi never told you about belief. $15,000 ad/promo. 10-city tour.


Not to Worry: Jewish Wisdom and Folklore (Mar., $35) by Michele Klein advises how to cope with worrisome situations.

Raising a Mensch (Apr., $19.95 paper) by Shelley Kapnek Rosenberg. Jewish values can teach children moral values.

Discovering Jewish Music (June, $40) by Marsha Bryan Edelman. A CD is included in this survey of music from biblical times to the present.

JPS Guide to Jewish Traditions (Aug., $45) by Ron Eisenberg covers origins, history and practice of hundreds of traditions.


The Miracle of the Seventh Day: A Guide to the Spiritual Meaning, Significance and Weekly Practice of the Jewish Sabbath (Mar., $22.95) by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz marks observances and their significance. Publicity.

The Story We Find Ourselves In: Further Adventures of a New Kind of Christian (Mar., $21.95) by Brian D. McLaren is a fable of spiritual renewal in today's confusing world. Publicity.

Learning to Hear with the Heart: Meditations for Discerning God's Will (Apr., $15.95) by Debra K. Farrington heeds the still, small voice. Publicity.

Wrapped in a Holy Flame: Teachings and Tales of the Hasidic Masters (Apr., $27.95) by Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi illuminates the sages' wisdom. Publicity.

Clout: Tapping Spiritual Wisdom to Become a Person of Influence (May, $21.95) by Stephen R. Graves and Thomas G. Addington contends that spirituality can endow one with power. Publicity.

A Baptist Among the Jews (Aug., $21.95) by Mary Blye Howe is an account of a Baptist's journey to spiritual wholeness. Publicity.


Sound the Trumpet: Messages to Empower African American Men (Mar., $14 paper), edited by Darryl D. Sims. Prominent preachers speak to problems faced by black men. Ad/promo.

Addicted to Hurry: Spiritual Strategies for Slowing Down (June, $13 paper) by Kirk Byron exposes the dangers of living at a frantic pace. Ad/promo.

The Trouble I've Seen: The Big Book of Negro Spirituals (June, $20 paper) by Bruno Chenu digs down to the musical roots of these uplifting and consoling songs.


The 72 Names of God: Tools for Life from the Highest Authority (Apr., $19.95) by Yehuda Berg. The story of Moses contains an encoded message that can rid anyone of depression, stress, anger, illness and other woes. $100,000 ad/promo.


Al-Ghazzali: His Psychology of the Greater Struggle (Mar., $19.95 paper) by Laleh Bakhtiar discusses the Muslim author's view of the jihad al-akbar. Advertising.

Al-Ghazzali: The Muslim Intellectual (Mar., $19.95 paper) by W. Montgomery Watt reviews the man's life and thought. Advertising.


Practicing Resurrection: A Memoir of Work, Doubt, Discernment and Moments of Grace (Mar., $23) by Nora Gallagher is prompted by the death of the author's beloved brother. 20,000 first printing. Advertising. Author tour.


More than a Prophet: An Insider's Response to Muslim Beliefs About Jesus (May, $13.99 paper) by Emir Fethi Caner and Ergun Mehmet Caner answers common questions and misconceptions. Ad/promo.

Tiger in the Shadows (June, $14.99 paper) by Debbie Wilson is fiction about a Chinese government ready to destroy the Chinese church and conquer America. Ad/promo.

A Match Made in Heaven: How Singles and the Church Can Live Happily Ever After (July, $11.99 paper) by Wendy Widder calls for a redefinition of "family of God." Ad/promo.


Worth Repeating: More than 5000 Classic and Contemporary Quotes (May, $16.99 paper) by Bob Kelly is designed to help speakers, preachers, teachers and writers. Ad/promo.

Church Next: What the Church Will Look Like in the 21st Century (June, $11.99 paper) by Aubrey Malphurs and Michael Malphurs suggests what the church must do to reach the online generation. Ad/promo.


Dismantling the Big Lie: The Protocols of the Elders of Zion (Mar.; $29.50, paper $18.95) by Steven Jacobs and Mark Weitzman refutes the infamous anti-Semitic forgery.

How-To Handbook for Jewish Living, the First (Mar., $12.95) ...the Second and ...the Third (Mar., $13.95 each) by Rabbi Kerry M. Olitzky and Rabbi Ronald H. Isaacs explain Jewish customs and traditions.

Modern Folk Judaism (Mar., $TBA) by Rabbi Reuven P. Bulka proposes a more promising course for a collective future.

Contested Holiness: Jewish, Muslim and Christian Perspectives on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem (Apr.; $29.50, paper $17.95) by Rivka Gonen discusses the thorny issues of sovereignty.

Midrash Tanhuma: Vol. 1: Genesis; Vol. 2: Exodus—Leviticus; Vol. 3: Numbers, Deuteronomy (May, $79.50 each) by John T. Townsend translates the Solomon Buber version into English for the first time.

Understanding the Talmud: A DialogicApproach (May; $39.50, paper $24.95) by Jacob Neusner defines the unique quality of Talmud study and its appeal to many generations.


Science and the Search for God (Mar., $15 paper) by Gary Kowalski argues that many modern ills stem from the mistaken belief that science and faith are incompatible.

The Origin of Love (Mar., $12 paper) by Ryuho Okawa discloses why people love or hate each other.


Mysteries of Light: Meditations on the Mysteries of the Rosary with John Paul II (Mar., $9.95 paper) by Pope John Paul II presents prayers updated for the first time in five centuries.

Sharing and Caring Hands: My Mondays with Mary Jo Copeland (May, $19.95) by Nancy Jo Sullivan recounts the author's rededication to God.

Blessings of the Table: Mealtime Prayers Throughout the Year (June, $14.95 paper) by Brother Victor-Antoine d'Avila-Latourrette supplies seasonal and special-occasion blessings.


This Is Real and You Are Completely Unprepared: The Days of Awe as a Journey of Transformation (Aug., $23.95) by Alan Lew focuses on the wisdom of Jewish sacred literature. Advertising. Publicity.


A Benedictine Handbook (Mar., $24.95), edited by Anthony Marett-Crosby, is a companion for oblates, associates and friends of Benedictine communities. Ad/promo.

The Rule of Benedict for Beginners: Spirituality for Daily Life (Mar., $9.95 paper) by Wil Derkse takes Benedictine teachings outside the monastery. Ad/promo.

A Wounded Innocence: Sketches for a Theology of Art (Mar., $14.95 paper) by Alejandro R. García-Rivera remarks on the theological significance of art. Ad/promo.

The Historical Atlas of Eastern and Western Christian Monasticism (June, $99.95), edited by Juan María Laboa, gathers voices from many beliefs. Ad/promo.


The Way of Mystery: Magick, Mysticism & Self-Transcendence (Apr., $15.95 paper) by Nema is a guide to solitary contemplative spirituality. Advertising.

Signs, Symbols & Omens: An Illustrated Guide to Magical and Spiritual Symbolism (May, $14.95 paper) by Raymond Buckland explicates more than 800 esoteric symbols from around the world. Advertising.

The Witches' Guide to Life (June, $14.95 paper) by Kala Trobe spans intellectual, physical and philosophical territories. Advertising.

Polarity Magic: The Secret History of Western Religion (July, $19.95 paper) by Wendy Berg and Mike Harris discloses the heart of the Western mystery tradition. Advertising.


God Help Me! This Stress Is Driving Me Crazy: Finding Balance Through God's Grace (Mar., $14.95 paper) by Gregory Popcak uses religion, psychology and humor to find peace. Ad/promo.

A Healing Walk with St. Ignatius: Discovering God's Presence in Difficult Times (Mar., $13.95 paper) by Lyn Holley Doucet relates 40 real-life stories. Ad/promo.

Waiting with Gabriel: A Story of Cherishing a Baby's Brief Life (Mar., $17.95) by Amy Kuebelbeck is an account of joy, love and grief. 15,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo.

Go in Peace: A Gift of Enduring Love (Apr., $19.95) by John Paul II concludes what it means to be a Christian in the modern world. 25,000 first printing. $30,000 ad/promo.

Reprint: Close to the Heart: A Practical Approach to Personal Prayer (Mar., $12.95) by Margaret Silf.


Sports Stories and the Bible (Mar., $14.95 paper) by Stan Nix. Nearly 50 tales link boxing, baseball and other games to biblical principles.


Interpreting Christian Art (Mar., $40), edited by Heidi J. Hornik and Mikeal C. Parsons, gathers essays by art historians, theologians and biblical scholars.

Tillich and World Religions: Encountering Other Faiths Today (Mar., $30) by Robison B. James sees Paul Tillich as an effective pedagogue for postmodern times.

The Influential Spiritual Writings of Anne Dutton: Eighteenth-Century British Baptist Writer—Letters, Vol. 1 (July, $50), edited by Joann Ford Watson. Dutton sparked evangelical revivals in England and America.


Living Beyond Time: The Mystery and Meaning of the Jewish Festivals (Mar., $24.99) by Pinchas Stolper stresses their relevance to today's Jew.

The Light at the End of the Tunnel (Apr.; $24.99, paper $21.99) by Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski is fiction about a patient battling a cancer that results in spiritual growth. A Shaar Press book.

Loving Kindness: Daily Lessons in the Power of Giving (Apr.; $23.99, paper $20.99) is based on a Hebrew work by Chofetz Chaim.

Tales for the Soul (Apr.; $20.99, paper $17.99) by Yair Weinstock aims to enchant the young and the old.

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Father, Forgive Us: A Christian Response to the Church's Heritage of Jewish Persecution (June, $14.99 paper) by Fred Wright includes a theological response to the Holocaust. Publicity.

77 Talks for Cyberspace Kids: Messages from the Truth Zone for 8—12s (June, $12.99 paper) by Chris Chesterton and David T. Ward relates contemporary experiences to biblical parables. Publicity.


The World's Easiest Guide to Understanding the Bible (Mar., $17.99 paper) by Randy Southern is a primer on God's attributes. $15,000 ad/promo.

The Brother's Keeper (Mar., $11.99 paper) by Tracy Groot reimagines James, the brother of Jesus. Ad/promo.


Love Hangover: Tips for Christian Singles—Moving from Pain to Purpose After a Relationship Ends (Mar., $12 paper) by Shewanda Riley with Germaine Hawkins charts a road map to recovery. Ad/promo.

The Spiritual Heart: Meditations for Health and Happiness (Mar., $18) by Bruno Cortis, M.D., argues that heart health and spirituality go together. Ad/promo.

United in Heart, Divided in Faith: A Guide for Catholic-Protestant Couples (Apr., $11 paper) by Sandra L. Stanko provides a resource for interfaith marriages. Ad/promo.


Race and Prayer: Collected Voices, Many Dreams (Mar., $17.95 paper), compiled by Malcolm Boyd and Chester Talton, collects poems, prayers and prose on race and racial matters.

The Hopeful Heart (July, $9.95 paper) by John R. Claypool IV delves into hope within the Christian tradition.

Broken Body, Healing Spirit: Lectio Divina and Living with Chronic Illness (July, $11.95 paper) by Mary C. Earle. The Benedictine practice of holy reading helps integrate body and soul.


What the Spirit Is Saying to the Churches (Mar., $9.99) by Henry Blackaby teaches laypeople how to remain sensitive to the Holy Spirit's guidance.

The Rescuer (Mar., $12.99 paper) by Dee Henderson is the sixth book in the O'Malley series.

Secrets of the Vine for Women (Apr., $9.99) by Darlene Wilkinson underscores the importance to women of Jesus' last teachings in John 15.

Absolutes (July, $9.99 paper) by Ryan Dobson seeks to awaken Christians to the urgent need for absolute truth.

A Return to Sunday Dinner (Aug., $29.99) by Russell Cronkhite is a recipe for reviving family fellowship around the dinner table.

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