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The definitive history of the wealthy over more than two millennia.
Agent Storm is a captivating, utterly unique, real-life espionage tale.
Alom Shaha lost his faith but found much, much more. A book for anyone who thinks about what they should believe and how they should live. Now in Paperback.
A brilliant and profoundly moving story of a Mormon family's struggle through the death of a beloved daughter.
An informative and often humorous introduction to some of the long-standing myths that surround religious belief.
Examining Herod's legacy as a political leader, and a potentate, a man of culture, and an all-round smooth operator.
First novel by internationally respected politician Norman Tebbit, “Ben’s Story” is a story of murder, friendship, adversity and personal struggle, while dealing with difficult contemporary issues such as drug addiction, family breakdown and disability.
An investigation into mystical experience in the absence of religion.
This book shows religion and politics to be a key connecting link between European and global affairs.
A rich and dynamic introduction to the varieties of religious life and the central issues in the sociology of religion today.
One of Britain’s leading lawyers gives a history of Catholic sex abuse scandals in England.
An analysis and critique of all the arguments and considerations offered in support of religious belief.
A riveting account of resistance in an age of intolerance.
A comprehensive overview of the history, theories, practices and study of religion.
n this moving memoir, Idliby discusses not only coming to terms with what it means to be Muslim today, but how to raise and teach her children about their heritage and religious legacy - a story for anyone who has experienced being an "outsider" inside your own home country.
The return to religion has perhaps become the dominant cliché of contemporary theory, which rarely offers anything more than an exaggerated echo of a political reality dominated by religious war. S...
On 19 December 1601, John Croke, then Speaker of the House of Commons, addressed his colleagues: “If a question should be asked, What is the first and chief thing in a Commonwealth to be rega...
Exploring one of the most divisive modern issues, this book tackles the problems head on with case studies, legal queries and difficult choices.
Science and Islam - the Arabic edition.
On 26th November 2008 the Taj Mahal Palace hotel in Mumbai is besieged by Pakistani Islamists, armed with explosives and machine guns. For three days, guests and staff of the hotel are trapped as the terrorists run amok. On 29th November commandos launch Operation Black Tornado. The world holds its breath.
Hans Küng presents in 'Can We Save the Catholic Church' what Catholics have been yearning for: modern responses to the challenges of a modern world.
Everything you need to know about the history of the Christian church - and a fair few bits you didn't want to know thrown in for good measure.
The startling new book from the author of the international bestseller The Secret History of the World.
Based on his reporting experience and knowledge of the area, BBC Bureau Chief Paul Danahar lays bare the forces that are shaping the new Middle East.
Famous until the 1950s for its religious pluralism and extraordinary cultural heritage, Egypt has become an increasingly unhappy and divided land, home to a largely undereducated and underemployed population, more than half of whom are aged under thirty.
Wickham traces the evolution of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt from its founding in 1928 to the fall of Mubarak and the watershed elections of 2011-2012. Further, she compares the Brotherhood's trajectory with those of mainstream Islamist groups in Jordan, Kuwait, and Morocco, revealing a wider pattern of change.
This academic book analyses the various regimes held in Iran, and examines the factors related to the formulation of the national security strategy.
In The Righteous Mind, psychologist Jonathan Haidt answers some of the most compelling questions about human relationships.
In this thoughtful and engaging book, Feargal Cochrane looks at Northern Ireland's "Troubles" from the late 1960s to the present day. He explains why, a decade and a half after the peace process ended in political agreement in 1998, sectarian attitudes and violence continue to plague Northern Ireland today.
Understanding the Qur’an Today offers a new perspective on one of the world’s most influential texts.
This revelatory account of how the Vatican saved thousands of Jews during the Second World War shows why history must re-assess ‘Hitler’s Pope’.
Who wants to live forever? According to Stephen Cave, we all do – every single one of us. And the evidence is all around.
Jack Kuper was only nine years old when he came home to find everyone in his family gone, after the Nazis visited his village in rural Poland. This is his story.
The rise of Christianophobia.
A collection of Michael Winner’s hilarious Hymie jokes, which appeared every week as a tail-piece to his popular column in The Sunday Times
This is an indispensable guide for Jews and Gentiles alike. When it comes to cursing someone who sorely needs it, may you never be at a loss for words again!
Whether for entertaining with style, cooking for the family or providing the traditional dishes for the Jewish festivals, this book will prove indispensible... and you don’t have to be Jewish to use and enjoy it!
A controversial expose concerning the Catholic Church's unfolding child-abuse scandals.
Alom Shaha lost his faith but found much, much more. A book for anyone who thinks about what they should believe and how they should live.
Despite the intense media focus on Muslims and their religion during the agitated years following the tragedy of 9/11, few Western scholars or policy makers today have a clear idea of the distinctions between Islam and Islamism. In this important and illuminating book, Bassam Tibi, a senior scholar of Islamic politics, provides a corrective to this dangerous gap in our understanding.
In the United States and in Europe, politicians, activists, and even some scholars argue that Islam is incompatible with Western values and that we put ourselves at risk if we believe that Muslim i...
In this ground-breaking book, Mark Curtis reveals the covert history of British collusion with radical Islamic and terrorist groups.
Backbench MP Tom Goodfellowe is caught up in the search for the new Dalai Lama in this highly original and compelling thriller from the author of GOODFELLOWE MP and HOUSE OF CARDS
In the past decade philosophers and political theorists have increasingly pondered the role of religion in a modern secular society, and of the possible value of religion as a resource for co...
With insight and originality, Michael Fellman argues that terrorism, in various forms, has been a constant and driving force in American history.
This fresh examination of the works of Montesquieu seeks to understand the shortcomings of the modern democratic state in light of this great political thinker's insightful critique of commercial republicanism.
This collection gives a thoughtful insight into the Conservative Party's modern political history.
Islam is one of the world’s great monotheistic religions. Islamic culture, spanning 1,500 years, has produced some of the finest achievements of humanity. Yet the religion followed by a fifth of hu...