Gathered here together for
the first time are selections
from the writings of James
Martin, one of America’s
most well-known Catholic
priests and spiritual writers.
Living with the Living
Dead: The Wisdom of the
Zombie Apocalypse by
Greg Garrett (June 1, hardcover, $24.95,
ISBN 978-0-19-026045-3). Garrett,
professor of English at Baylor University,
explores life after death as portrayed in
popular movies, television shows, comics,
graphic novels, fiction, and games.
Martin Luther: Rebel in an Age of
Upheaval by Heinz Schilling, trans.
from the German by Rona Johnston
Gordon (June 1, hardcover, $39.95,
ISBN 978-0-19-872281-6). Former professor of early modern history at
Humboldt University Berlin’s comprehensive and balanced biography of
Martin Luther depicts him as a difficult,
contradictory individual who changed
The Face of Water: A Translator on
Beauty and Meaning in the Bible by
Sarah Ruden (Mar. 28, hardcover, $26.95,
ISBN 978-0-307-90856-8). A reconsideration of the language and translation of
the Bible, both Old and New Testaments,
from acclaimed scholar and
translator of classical literature Ruden.
Reimagining Exodus: A
Story of Freedom by David
Zaslow (Mar. 1, trade paper,
$17.99, ISBN 978-1-61261-
780-0). This groundbreaking
interfaith book explores the
Exodus as a foundational
story linking Judaism and
Christianity together, and looks at ways
that each of us can free ourselves from the
“Egypts” and “pharaohs” in our own lives.
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A call to engage in
for social transformation
THE FIERCE URGENCY OF
By Wendell L. Gri;en
The Things You Can See
Only When You Slow
Down: How to Be Calm
and Mindful in a Fast-Paced World by Haemin
Sunim (Feb. 7, hardcover,
$18, ISBN 978-0-14-
313077-2). With more than
two million copies sold in
Korea, this book from
renowned Buddhist monk
and teacher Sunim offers guideposts to
happiness in eight areas.
The First Love Story: Adam, Eve, and
Us by Bruce Feiler (Mar. 21, hardcover,
$28, ISBN 978-1-59420-681-8). Feiler,
“This Life” columnist for the New York
Times, travels across four continents and
4,000 years, exploring how Adam and
Eve can be role models for unity, forgiveness, and love.
The Benedict Option: A Strategy for
Christians in a Post-Christian Nation
by Rod Dreher (Mar. 14, hardcover, $25,
ISBN 978-0-7352-1329-6). Conservative
columnist Dreher calls on American
Christians to prepare for the coming
Dark Age by embracing an ancient
Christian way of life originating from St.
Benedict of Nursia in the sixth century.
40,000-copy first printing.
The Reckless Way of Love:
Notes on Following Jesus
by Dorothy Day (Mar. 1,
trade paper, $8, ISBN 978-0-
87486-792-3). Compiled in
this slim guidebook by
Catholic convert and social
activist Day are lessons
gained through decades of
seeking to know Jesus, and to
follow his example and teachings in her own life.
The Story of Hebrew by Lewis Glinert
(Feb. 14, hardcover, $27.95, ISBN 978-
0-691-15329-2). Glinert, professor of
Hebrew studies at Dartmouth College,
explores the extraordinary hold that
Hebrew has had on Jews and Christians,
who have invested it with a symbolic
power far beyond that of any other language in history.
The Koran in English: A Biography
by Bruce B. Lawrence (June 20, hardcover, $26.95, 978-0-691-15558-6).
Lawrence, professor of religion at Duke
University, tells the remarkable story of
the ongoing struggle to render the
Qur’an’s lyrical verses—traditionally only
considered sacred in Arabic—into
English, and to make English an Islamic
Conversations with God: Book Four:
Awaken the Species by Neale Donald
Walsch (Mar. 1, hardcover, $23.95, ISBN