0
Your cart

Your cart is empty

Browse All Departments
Price
  • R0 - R50 (2)
  • R50 - R100 (22)
  • R100 - R250 (1,255)
  • R250 - R500 (2,614)
  • R500+ (2,699)
  • -
Status
Format
Author / Contributor
Publisher

Books > Humanities > Religion & beliefs > Christianity > Protestantism & Protestant Churches > Other Protestant & Nonconformist Churches

Crossing the Divide (Paperback): Bryan Ready Crossing the Divide (Paperback)
Bryan Ready
R303 R255 Discovery Miles 2 550 Save R48 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Creative Fusion - Merging Kingdom Strategies to Impact Our World (Paperback): Charity Bowman Webb Creative Fusion - Merging Kingdom Strategies to Impact Our World (Paperback)
Charity Bowman Webb; Foreword by Bonnie Chavda
R364 R306 Discovery Miles 3 060 Save R58 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Evangelicals Engaging in Practical Theology - Theology that Impacts Church and World (Hardcover): Helen Morris, Helen Cameron Evangelicals Engaging in Practical Theology - Theology that Impacts Church and World (Hardcover)
Helen Morris, Helen Cameron
R2,864 Discovery Miles 28 640 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book aims to introduce a distinctively evangelical voice to the discipline of practical theology. Evangelicals have sometimes seen practical theology as primarily a 'liberal' project. This collection, however, actively engages with practical theology from an evangelical perspective, both through discussion of the substantive issues and by providing examples of practical theology done by evangelicals in the classroom, the church, and beyond. This volume brings together established and emerging voices to debate the growing role which practical theology is playing in evangelical and Pentecostal circles. Chapters begin by addressing methodological concerns, before moving into areas of practice. Additionally, there are four short papers from students who make use of practical theology to reflect upon their own practice. Issues of authority and normativity are tackled head on in a way that will inform the debate both within and beyond evangelicalism. This book will, therefore, be of keen interest to scholars of practical, evangelical, and Pentecostal theology.

Pearl of Great Price Made Easier (Paperback): David J Ridges Pearl of Great Price Made Easier (Paperback)
David J Ridges
R434 R372 Discovery Miles 3 720 Save R62 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Now for the first time you can enjoy the full text of the Pearl of Great Price as part of the popular Gospel Studies Series. This incredibly useful guide to better understanding the Pearl of Great Price is a helpful, user-friendly tool for your scripture study. The full text of the Pearl of Great Price is included, with brief notes of explanation between and within the verses to aid your comprehension of the scriptures.

Brought to you by best-selling author David J. Ridges, Your Study of the Pearl of Great Price Made Easier is an essential part of our popular Gospel Studies Series. With this convenient, informative guide, you will be better able to grasp the meaning of the Lord's words as you feast upon them.

Authority in Three Worlds (Paperback): Charles Capps Authority in Three Worlds (Paperback)
Charles Capps
R341 R287 Discovery Miles 2 870 Save R54 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Cheerful Christianity: A Child's Journey to Finding Jesus - A Child's Journey to Finding Jesus (Paperback): Olivia... Cheerful Christianity: A Child's Journey to Finding Jesus - A Child's Journey to Finding Jesus (Paperback)
Olivia Barney
R278 R233 Discovery Miles 2 330 Save R45 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Doing the Works of Abraham - Mormon Polygamy-Its Origin, Practice, and Demise (Paperback): B. Carmon Hardy Doing the Works of Abraham - Mormon Polygamy-Its Origin, Practice, and Demise (Paperback)
B. Carmon Hardy
R658 Discovery Miles 6 580 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Celestial Marriage - the ""doctrine of the plurality of wives"" - polygamy. No issue in the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (popularly known as the Mormon Church) has attracted more attention. From its contentious and secretive beginnings in the 1830s to its public proclamation in 1852, and through almost four decades of bitter conflict with the federal government to Church renunciation of the practice in 1890, this belief helped define a new religious identity and unify the Mormon people, just as it scandalized their neighbors and handed their enemies the most effective weapon they wielded in their battle against Mormon theocracy. Doing the Works of Abraham provides the basic documents supporting and challenging Mormon polygamy, supported by the concise commentary and documentation of editor B. Carmon Hardy. Plural marriage is everywhere at hand in Mormon history. However, despite its omnipresence, including a broad and continuing stream of publications devoted to it, few attempts have been made to assemble a documentary history of the topic. Hardy has drawn on years of research and writing on the controversial and complex subject to make this narrative collection of documents illuminating and myth-shattering. The second ""relic of barbarism,"" as the Republican Party platform of 1856 characterized polygamy, was believed by the Saints to be God's law, trumping the laws of a mere republic. The long struggle for what was, and for some fundamentalists remains, religious freedom still resonates in American religious law. Throughout the West, thousands of families continue the practice, even In the face of LDS Church opposition.

On the Way to Somewhere Else - European Sojourners in the Mormon West, 1834-1930 (Paperback): Michael W Homer On the Way to Somewhere Else - European Sojourners in the Mormon West, 1834-1930 (Paperback)
Michael W Homer
R558 Discovery Miles 5 580 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Michael W. Homer has collected the writings of diverse European travelers through Mormon settlements in the American West. Providing a counternarrative to typical accounts of encounters with Mormons in such sojourns, these collected tales include such colorful perspectives on the Mormons as those of an outraged Catholic priest, an intrigued German prince, a liberated French woman, an insightful Italian count, and an embittered Danish apostate. Some of the travelers met with Brigham Young, while others encountered more commonplace figures of the West, including fur traders, Indians, and soldiers.

Hear God's Voice (Paperback): Derek Prince Hear God's Voice (Paperback)
Derek Prince
R250 R206 Discovery Miles 2 060 Save R44 (18%) Ships in 4 - 8 working days

Imagine a life in which you clearly hear God's voice and follow His will daily.

Do you long for God to speak to you, bringing guidance, strength, and comfort? Perhaps you have been praying for a word from God, but the heavens seem silent. Nothing is more important than knowing how to hear from God because our spiritual life depends on it. Without it, we can't know and obey His will for us, and we may go down the wrong path or miss His plans for us.

The Bible teaches and guides us in essential matters, but instruction for God's specific, daily purposes for our lives comes from His Holy Spirit, who lives within us. Being able to hear from God is a growing, deepening process that leads us into His perfect plans. Through his extensive study of the Scriptures and personal life experiences, internationally renowned Bible teacher Derek Prince explains the practical steps you can take to hear from God, develop a close relationship with Him, remove obstacles to recognizing His voice, and understand the ways in which He communicates.

Hearing God enables us to follow Him more confidently, love Him more deeply, and serve Him more completely. As you cultivate the practice of hearing God's voice, you will receive the fresh, daily bread that nourishes you spiritually and find divine direction and strength for your ongoing walk with Him.

This is the lifestyle you have been waiting for: hearing God's voice and following Him each day, each step of the way.

John Cennick (1718-1755) - Methodism, Moravianism and the Rise of Evangelicalism (Hardcover): Robert Edmund Cotter John Cennick (1718-1755) - Methodism, Moravianism and the Rise of Evangelicalism (Hardcover)
Robert Edmund Cotter
R2,844 Discovery Miles 28 440 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book explores the life and spirituality of John Cennick (1718-1755) and argues for a new appreciation of the contradictions and complexities in early evangelicalism. It explores Cennick's evangelistic work in Ireland, his relationship with Count Zinzendorf and the creative tension between the Moravian and Methodist elements of his participation in the eighteenth-century revivals. The chapters draw on extensive unpublished correspondence between Cennick and Zinzendorf, as well as Cennick's unique diary of his first stay in the continental Moravian centres of Marienborn, Herrnhaag and Lindheim. A maverick personality, John Cennick is seen at the centre of some of the principal controversies of the time. The trajectory of his emergence as a prominent figure in the revivals is remarkable in its intensity and hybridity and brings into focus a number of themes in the landscape of early evangelicalism: the eclectic nature of its inspirations, the religious enthusiasm nurtured in Anglican societies, the expansion of the pool of preaching talent, the social tensions unleashed by religious innovations, and the particular nature of the Moravian contribution during the 1740s and 1750s. Offering a major re-evaluation of Cennick's spirituality, the book will be of interest to scholars of evangelical and church history.

White Evangelicals and Right-Wing Populism - How Did We Get Here? (Hardcover): Marcia Pally White Evangelicals and Right-Wing Populism - How Did We Get Here? (Hardcover)
Marcia Pally
R1,125 Discovery Miles 11 250 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

How did America's white evangelicals, from often progressive history, come to right-wing populism? Addressing populism requires understanding how its historico-cultural roots ground present politics. How have the very qualities that contributed much to American vibrancy-an anti-authoritarian government-wariness and energetic community-building-turned, under conditions of distress, to defensive, us-them worldviews? Readers will gain an understanding of populism and of the socio-political and religious history from which populism draws its us-them policies and worldview. The book ponders the tragic cast of the white evangelical story: (i) the distorting effects of economic and way-of-life duress on the understanding of history and present circumstances and (ii) the tragedy of choosing us-them solutions to duress that won't relieve it, leaving the duress in place. Readers will trace the trajectory from economic, status loss, and way-of-life duresses to solutions in populist, us-them binaries. They will explore the robust white evangelical contribution to civil society but also to racism, xenophobia, and sexism. White evangelicals not in the ranks of the right-their worldview and activism-are discussed in a final chapter. This book is valuable reading for students of political and social sciences as well as anyone interested in US politics.

My Baptism Memories and Journal - Girl (Hardcover): Cfi My Baptism Memories and Journal - Girl (Hardcover)
Cfi
R315 R263 Discovery Miles 2 630 Save R52 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Love Boldly - Embracing Your Lgbtq Loved Ones and Your Faith (Paperback): Becky Mackintosh Love Boldly - Embracing Your Lgbtq Loved Ones and Your Faith (Paperback)
Becky Mackintosh
R348 R288 Discovery Miles 2 880 Save R60 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Tongues of Fire Devotional - 50 Days Celebrating Pentecost (Paperback): Whitaker House Tongues of Fire Devotional - 50 Days Celebrating Pentecost (Paperback)
Whitaker House; Contributions by Smith Wigglesworth, Bill Johnson, E.W. Kenyon, Derek Prince, …
R318 R266 Discovery Miles 2 660 Save R52 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Identification - A Romance in Redemption (Paperback, Reissue ed.): E.W. Kenyon Identification - A Romance in Redemption (Paperback, Reissue ed.)
E.W. Kenyon
R213 R178 Discovery Miles 1 780 Save R35 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Breaking Emotional Barriers to Healing - Understanding the Mind-Body Connection to Your Illness (Paperback): Craig A. Miller Breaking Emotional Barriers to Healing - Understanding the Mind-Body Connection to Your Illness (Paperback)
Craig A. Miller; Foreword by Randy Clark
R319 R267 Discovery Miles 2 670 Save R52 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Follow Me (Paperback): J. Lee Grady Follow Me (Paperback)
J. Lee Grady
R390 R321 Discovery Miles 3 210 Save R69 (18%) Ships in 4 - 8 working days
I Saw the Glories of Heaven - A Story of Healing, Hope, and Life After Death (Paperback): Gary Wood I Saw the Glories of Heaven - A Story of Healing, Hope, and Life After Death (Paperback)
Gary Wood
R252 Discovery Miles 2 520 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Joseph Smith for President - The Prophet, the Assassins, and the Fight for American Religious Freedom (Hardcover): Spencer W... Joseph Smith for President - The Prophet, the Assassins, and the Fight for American Religious Freedom (Hardcover)
Spencer W McBride
R558 R466 Discovery Miles 4 660 Save R92 (16%) Ships in 7 - 13 working days

By the election year of 1844, Joseph Smith, the controversial founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, had amassed a national following of some 25,000 believers. Nearly half of them lived in the city of Nauvoo, Illinois, where Smith was not only their religious leader but also the mayor and the commander-in-chief of a militia of some 2,500 men. In less than twenty years, Smith had helped transform the American religious landscape and grown his own political power substantially. Yet the standing of the Mormon people in American society remained unstable. Unable to garner federal protection, and having failed to win the support of former president Martin Van Buren or any of the other candidates in the race, Smith decided to take matters into his own hands, launching his own bid for the presidency. While many scoffed at the notion that Smith could come anywhere close to the White House, others regarded his run-and his religion-as a threat to the stability of the young nation. Hounded by mobs throughout the campaign, Smith was ultimately killed by one-the first presidential candidate to be assassinated. Though Joseph Smith's run for president is now best remembered-when it is remembered at all-for its gruesome end, the renegade campaign was revolutionary. Smith called for the total abolition of slavery, the closure of the country's penitentiaries, and the reestablishment of a national bank to stabilize the economy. But Smith's most important proposal was for an expansion of protections for religious minorities. At a time when the Bill of Rights did not apply to individual states, Smith sought to empower the federal government to protect minorities when states failed to do so. Spencer W. McBride tells the story of Joseph Smith's quixotic but consequential run for the White House and shows how his calls for religious freedom helped to shape the American political system we know today.

Libres En Cristo (Paperback): Paolo Bottari Libres En Cristo (Paperback)
Paolo Bottari
R250 R214 Discovery Miles 2 140 Save R36 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
A Cautious Enthusiasm - Mystical Piety and Evangelicalism in Colonial South Carolina (Hardcover, New): Samuel C Smith A Cautious Enthusiasm - Mystical Piety and Evangelicalism in Colonial South Carolina (Hardcover, New)
Samuel C Smith
R1,015 Discovery Miles 10 150 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

A Cautious Enthusiasm examines the religious, social, and political interplay between eighteenth-century evangelicalism and the Anglican establishment in the lowcountry South. Samuel C. Smith argues that the subjective spirituality inherent in evangelical religion was a catalyst toward political and social consensus among influential Anglican laymen. Smith finds that a close examination of the writings and actions of religion-minded South Carolinians such as Henry Laurens, Christopher Gadsden, and Anglican clergymen Robert Smith and Richard Clarke reveals the influence of evangelical zeal at the highest levels of society. Taking his study even deeper into the religious life of lowcountry society, Smith identifies radically pietistic elements, some of which originated in the mystical writings and practices of European Roman Catholics, German Pietists, and Huguenot Calvinists. Central to this study is the recognition of Catholic mysticism's impact on the experiential side of early evangelicalism, a subject rarely explored in historical works. A Cautious Enthusiasm provides a rare examination of Great Awakening revivalism among lowcountry Anglicans by tracing the European origins into the lowcountry South. This study demonstrates how elements of mystical religiosity prodded some to associate evangelical revivalists with Catholicism and displays how subjective elements of religion contributed to a unique patriotic consensus among lowcountry Anglicans in the Revolutionary era.

A Culture's Catalyst - Historical Encounters with Peyote and the Native American Church in Canada (Hardcover): Fannie Kahan A Culture's Catalyst - Historical Encounters with Peyote and the Native American Church in Canada (Hardcover)
Fannie Kahan; Introduction by Erika Dyck; As told to Abram Hoffer, Duncan Blewett, Humphry Osmond, …
R1,564 Discovery Miles 15 640 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In 1956, pioneering psychedelic researchers Abram Hoffer and Humphry Osmond were invited to join members of the Red Pheasant First Nation near North Battleford, Saskatchewan, to participate in a peyote ceremony hosted by the Native American Church of Canada.Inspired by their experience, they wrote a series of essays explaining and defending the consumption of peyote and the practice of peyotism. They enlisted the help of Hoffer's sister, journalist Fannie Kahan, and worked closely with her to document the religious ceremony and write a history of peyote, culminating in a defense of its use as a healing and spiritual agent.Although the text shows its mid-century origins, with dated language and at times uncritical analysis, it advocates for Indigenous legal, political and religious rights and offers important insights into how psychedelic researchers, who were themselves embattled in debates over the value of spirituality in medicine, interpreted the peyote ceremony. Ultimately, they championed peyotism as a spiritual practice that they believed held distinct cultural benefits. A Culture's Catalyst revives a historical debate. Revisiting it now encourages us to reconsider how peyote has been understood and how its appearance in the 1950s tested Native-newcomer relations and the Canadian government's attitudes toward Indigenous religious and cultural practices.

Seeing the Voice of God - What God Is Telling You through Dreams and Visions (Paperback): Laura Harris Smith Seeing the Voice of God - What God Is Telling You through Dreams and Visions (Paperback)
Laura Harris Smith; Foreword by James Goll
R238 Discovery Miles 2 380 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

God is always speaking . . . even when He doesn't use words.
We live in a post-verbal society that communicates through images--television, smartphones, the Internet--and our Creator longs to communicate with us visually if we'll live with our eyes wide open.
With absorbing insight, "Seeing the Voice of God" demystifies nighttime dreams and daytime visions, revealing the science behind the supernatural and giving you a biblical foundation for making sense of what you see. You'll also:
learn to discern if what you see is from God
study the ten most common types of dreams
discover spirit, mind, and medical tips for better dream recall
interpret dream symbols and imagery
review the best iPhone and Android sleep cycle apps
Includes a comprehensive Dream Symbols Dictionary with over 1,000 biblical definitions.

By Their Fruits - The Story of Shakerism in South Union, Kentucky (Paperback, New edition): Julia Neal By Their Fruits - The Story of Shakerism in South Union, Kentucky (Paperback, New edition)
Julia Neal
R1,098 Discovery Miles 10 980 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This is the story of the successful communal living in South Union, Kentucky, by the Shakers. Although quiet and conservative in matters of dress and living quarters, these people believed in the usefulness of modern invention that would make God's work" easier and better. This book about their beliefs and way of life contributes to a better understanding of this socioreligious group."
Originally published in 1947.
A UNC Press Enduring Edition -- UNC Press Enduring Editions use the latest in digital technology to make available again books from our distinguished backlist that were previously out of print. These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value.

Lifestyle of a Happy Prophet, The (Paperback): Sarah Cheesman Lifestyle of a Happy Prophet, The (Paperback)
Sarah Cheesman
R439 R371 Discovery Miles 3 710 Save R68 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Free Delivery
Pinterest Twitter Facebook Google+
You may like...
The Inspirationists, 1714-1932
Peter Hoehnle Hardcover R10,574 Discovery Miles 105 740
Overcoming Familiar Spirits…
Kynan Bridges Paperback R495 R408 Discovery Miles 4 080
Power Prophecy
Naim Collins Paperback R410 R338 Discovery Miles 3 380
The Kentucky Revival - Or, a Short…
Richard Mcnemar Paperback R326 Discovery Miles 3 260
Soul Cure - How to Heal Your Pain and…
Gregory Dickow Hardcover R544 R459 Discovery Miles 4 590
A Discourse of Matters Pertaining to…
Theodore Parker Paperback R519 Discovery Miles 5 190
A Cloud of Witnesses - Celebrating…
John D Roth Paperback R408 R337 Discovery Miles 3 370
I Will Send My Messenger - An…
C Paul Smith Paperback R439 R378 Discovery Miles 3 780
Releasing Resurrection And Revival From…
Robert Henderson Paperback R299 R210 Discovery Miles 2 100
The Altar - Preparing For The Return Of…
Jeremiah Johnson Paperback R315 R225 Discovery Miles 2 250

 

Partners