Embodiment is a splendid book. There is, in my opinion, nothing better in print which addresses the theological implications of human sexuality, and as a feminist Christian social-ethicist, I particularly celebrate a work by a male theologian that sensitively and appreciatively attends to the best feminist insights. This book sets a standard for Christian discussion […]

Living Simply Through The Day

Revised and updated after its first appearance 20 years ago, this book reflects insights that the author has gleaned and experiences that he has accumulated through the years while honoring the significance of simplicity, particularly in the midst of so much complexity in modern life.


This highly popular account of the chief events and doctrines of the Presbyterian Church continues to have great appeal to everyone – laypersons, youth, and ministers, students of religion, history, and sociology – in fact, anyone who is interested in the development of a major body of Christians. Clearly written, [it] gives new understanding andĀ appreciationĀ of […]

Running Through The Thistles

Can how you leave a church affect your feelings about leaving or create “baggage” you take to your new congregation? Gain insight into termination styles and how they affect both you and your parishioners. Oswald guides you through Alban Institute research findings, using real-life illustrations. Roy M. Oswald has provided leadership for hundreds of conferences […]