Where I End by Katherine Elizabeth Clark is a thought-provoking book that could trigger much discussion on the nature of miraculous healing. The author’s story is harrowing. A freak accident left her legs and arms paralyzed. She prayed for healing.
In an easily readable and at times entertaining book, theologian Kyle Roberts steps back from the accepted doctrine of the Virgin Birth/Conception to question whether Jesus of Nazareth was really conceived in Mary without the involvement of Joseph.
In what some might call a provocative book, Paul McGrane seeks develop a new paradigm for the rise of Christianity. He looks with new eyes at Biblical prophesy and the writings of the Gospel writers, the Acts of the Apostles, and Paul.
Christian Animism by Shawn Sanford Beck provides straightforward explanations of animism and how it can be incorporated into Christianity. Recommended for those seeking an alternative spirituality combining conventional Christian faith with nature.