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Hymns (mp3)

Be Still My Soul
Follow Christ
God of Earth
If You Have Faith
O God of Love
Keep Us Safe
O God of Life
God of Abraham
Cry for Justice
This is My Prayer
To Make You True
Where are You

 

Carols (mp3)

Ding Dong
Coventry
Friendly Beasts
Lo a Rose
Patapan
What Child
Unto Us
Huron Carol
Jesus Born
Dark of Winter
Foom
All Mortal Flesh
Drummer Boy
Gabriel's Message
Hush My Dear
Infant Holy
Savior Come
We Three Kings

Books

Faith, Belief, and Religion

Quest for Truth

Faith in Human Rights

Jerusalem Journal

Doing Ethics in a Diverse World

Doing Environmental Ethics

Parables of Faith

The gospels of the New Testament are faith stories about the life of Jesus, but they are inspired by the ministry of Paul and the witness of other Greek-speaking Christians. Each gospel is a commentary on Jewish scripture and God, as understood by a Christian community in the first century.

Every story told in the New Testament represents the faith of a church and not merely the events of the past. Telling a story of Jesus is a way of living faithfully. This is not history or biography. This is preaching and proclamation.

The stories offered here also view life and scripture through the lens of faith.  

A Story of God in Three Scriptures

A story of God derived from the Jewish Tanakh, the Christian Bible, and the Muslim Qur'an.  An introduction suggests why adults might want to share this story with children.  

Blasphemy

A novel set in contemporary Pakistan where the law against blasphemy is often used to persecute Christians.

Magdalene's Gospel: A Love Story

A novel in which two stories of faith are interwoven. The first involves Mary of Magdala in 35-45 CE leading a ministry of sheltering battered women and orphaned children. The second involves a woman campus minister who in 2012 travels to Israel with her husband and their children, as well as several students, to take part in an archeological dig at Magdala.

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