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‘Reuniting the Children of Abraham’ and ‘Harnessing the Power of Tension’—2 books that are toolkits for peacemaking

Headlines from around the world continue to herald the explosive dangers of hatred fueled by tensions over race, religion and ethnicity. Within 24 hours of the mass shootings in Germany, this week, Wikipedia already had an in-depth summary of news reports, making this the 8th major terrorist incident in February 2020. Our entire publishing house […]

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Edward McNulty of Visual Parables: Sparking Spirited Discussion One Movie at a Time

In his book ‘Jesus Christ Movie Star,’ veteran film critic and author Ed McNulty provides an entire faith-and-film series about Jesus as seen through diverse filmmakers’ eyes—perfect for individual reflection or group discussion. Ed’s work illustrates how media and spirituality powerfully intermingle as we share timeless questions about the meaning of faith in our lives.

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For Publishers and Authors: Investigating and Understanding eBook Piracy

PROTECTING US FROM PIRATES—Does that sound like a fanciful introduction to a children’s adventure story? Hardly. Our entire publishing house team—including all of our authors—need to be wary of the dark forces lurking online, including real-life pirates. In our Front Edge Publishing column this week, Production Manager Dmitri Barvinok reports on the dangerous waters publishers encounter when pirates strike.

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A Fresh Approach to Religious Diversity in Our Divided Communities: ‘Reuniting the Children of Abraham’

Reuniting the Children of Abraham is a powerful, multimedia peace initiative created with Jewish, Christian and Muslim families to combat the fear, bigotry and bullying that fuels violence. The project described in this book includes inspiring and educational materials that flow from the ancient story of Abraham, a patriarch in all three faiths. Just as Abraham’s own children were reunited, this project is a model for calling these vast families of faith toward building peaceful new relationships.

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