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The Bible Tells Me So: Why defending scripture has made us unable to read it, by Peter Enns.  “If you’ve ever struggled with the violent or contradictory or just plain strange passages in the Bible, this book is for you. . . and Enns is funny.”  — Rob Bell

Bible, Gender, Sexuality:  Reframing the Church’s Debate on Same-Sex Relationships, by James V. Brownson who grounds his approach in foundational biblical understandings of gender and sexuality  He takes the Bible seriously, engaging it faithfully and deeply, and he encourages the reader to do the same.

Reconcile: Conflict Transformation for Ordinary Christians, by John Paul Lederach. With decades of experiments putting hands and feet on pacifist Christian theology, Lederach gives us a pragmatic guide for loving our enemies–at home and far around the world.

Bible Infographics (a complimentary copy), from Logos Bible Software, whose mission is to use technology to equip the Church to grow in the light of the Bible by sharing their excitement about Bible study.