• The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam

    The Strange Death of Europe is a highly personal account of a continent and culture caught in the act of suicide. Declining birth-rates, mass immigration and cultivated self-distrust and self-hatred have come together to make Europeans unable to argue for themselves and incapable of resisting their own comprehensive change as a society.

    This book is not only an analysis of demographic and political realities, but also an eyewitness account of a continent in self-destruct mode. It includes reporting from across the entire continent, from the places where migrants land to the places they end up, from the people who appear to welcome them in to the places which cannot accept them.

  • Belonging: The Story of the Jews 1492–1900

    Belonging is a magnificent cultural history abundantly alive with energy, character and colour. From the Jews’ expulsion from Spain in 1492 it tells the stories not just of rabbis and philosophers but of a poetess in the ghetto of Venice; a boxer in Georgian England; a general in Ming China; an opera composer in nineteenth-century Germany.


    The story unfolds in Kerala and Mantua, the starlit hills of Galilee, the rivers of Colombia, the kitchens of Istanbul, the taverns of Ukraine and the mining camps of California. It sails in caravels, rides the stage coaches and the railways; trudges the dawn streets of London, hobbles along with the remnant of Napoleon’s ruined army.

  • Waiting Time Over!

    The book is a 40-day word fast for couples believing in God for Children. It is a compilation of scriptures that are effective in waging war against childlessness.

    Waiting Time Over!


    The book is an effort to provide further evidence that God is true to His word as Mercy Said No to the angel of death even as the author’s heart stopped beating twice while he was in a coma but resumed on both occasions without any medical intervention. The story is therefore a personal account of surviving critical covid-19 and a conviction that faith in God and prayer was a major part of how and why.

  • God Explained in a Taxi Ride

    This is a punchy, humorous, and probing look at the nature of religious belief, by the author of the massively successful “Whatever You Think Think the Opposite”. In a series of brilliant visual episodes, Paul Arden investigates the questions that have persisted since our earliest days. As ever, he is a master of compression, getting us to scratch our heads as he examines our relationship to the divine.

  • The Innocence of Pontius Pilate: How the Roman Trial of Jesus Shaped History

    David Lloyd Dusenbury reveals Pilate’s ‘innocence’ as not only a neglected theological question, but a recurring theme in the history of European political thought. He argues that Jesus’ interrogation by Pilate, and Augustine of Hippo’s North African sermon on that trial, led to the concept of secularity and the logic of tolerance emerging in early modern Europe.

    Without the Roman trial of Jesus, and the arguments over Pilate’s innocence, the history of empire–from the first century to the twenty-first–would have been radically different.

  • Expected Date of Departure

    Expected Date of Departure encourages you to invest your best into your relationships. The Preparation referred to in this book is about keeping your relationships in top form and so enjoying the people that you have been blessed with. The thought of losing a loved one evokes fear. Few will admit that they think of it, fewer still want to talk about it. But bereavement is an everyday occurrence and will happen to everyone who lives long enough.

  • Built For The Storm

    In life, we nurse a lot of dreams and make a lot of plans. We think that we have everything figured out— until life happens then we realise just how unprepared we are. In this book, Bridget takes you on a journey through the process of pain and healing. Using real-life experiences, she talks about wounds, healing, and the scars that remain afterward, and how to live with these scars.

    Built For The Storm

  • Solution Capsules

    Life is full of challenges. Regardless of race or creed, no one is exempt from life’s bitter struggles, and no one can choose his or her own lot. Neither can anyone decide or influence the timing of an ill wind. In Solution Capsules, author Pastor Simon Aranonu offers a handy tool that is ready-made for you. It is a bible-centered book that illuminates the battles of life in ten chapters through contemplative discourse and real-life anecdotes. Useful for private meditation or group study, seekers will find miracle answers to help equip them for every quest and especially in the areas of marriage, finances, promotion, education, health, and fruitfulness.

    Solution Capsules


    Stepping into the Sunlight encourages the one who has suffered a loss to stare the loss in the face, intentionally take charge of their grief, and be strategic about recovery. It also offers advice to the friend who is keen to support the bereaved on how to help their friends take the vital steps back to life.

  • My First Confessions Series One

    My First Confessions Series is a two-edged sword in the hands of a child, serving as both a Devotional and Confession book to help a child to speak out positively about their future while also learning God’s word and applying it.

  • A VICTORIOUS SPIRITUAL WARFARE: using my testimony as a case study

    This book came through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit to equip the children of God against spiritual warfare which is getting intense as the devil knows that his time is for a short time and has come with a great wrath against the children of God but we have overcome the devil by the Blood of the Lamb and the word of our Testimony. This book is anchored on Ephesians 6:10-18 with each of the spiritual armour and weapons discussed extensively as each chapter. Also, each chapter is further explained with my testimony to make it practical. The book uses soldiers at war and football teams playing matches to illustrate the spiritual warfare. This is a book you must read. The book intends to move you to a higher spiritual realm, the realm where devil begins to run for you. Read through the book with total sensitivity in the spirit. This gospel of liberation is hereby presented to all people, whosoever that believes shall be saved (Mark 16: 15-16).

  • God Is Good for You

    At this point of crisis for faith, God is Good for You shows us why Christianity is so vital for our personal and social well-being, and how modern Christians have never worked so hard to make the world a better place at a time when their faith has never been less valued. It carries a vital torch for Christianity in a way that’s closely argued, warmly human, good humoured yet passionate, and, above all, convincing.

    God Is Good for You

  • Seven Types of Atheism

    ‘When you explore older atheisms, you will find some of your firmest convictions – secular or religious – are highly questionable. If this prospect disturbs you, what you are looking for may be freedom from thought.’

  • A History of Judaism

    A sweeping history of Judaism over more than three millennia

    Judaism is one of the oldest religions in the world, and it has preserved its distinctive identity despite the extraordinarily diverse forms and beliefs it has embodied over the course of more than three millennia. A History of Judaism provides the first truly comprehensive look in one volume at how this great religion came to be, how it has evolved from one age to the next, and how its various strains, sects, and traditions have related to each other.

  • Creed & Grievance: Muslim-christian Relations & Conflict Resolution in Northern Nigeria

    In northern Nigeria, high levels of ethnic diversity have coincided with acute polarization between Muslims and Christians, increasingly fuelling violent conflict. The climate of insecurity threatens northern Nigeria’s development, accentuates the inequalities between it and the rest of the country, and undermines the attempt to stabilize democracy in the country.

  • God: A Human History of Religion

    NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The bestselling author of Zealot and host of Believer explores humanity’s quest to make sense of the divine in this concise and fascinating history of our understanding of God.
    In Zealot, Reza Aslan replaced the staid, well-worn portrayal of Jesus of Nazareth with a startling new image of the man in all his contradictions. In his new book, Aslan takes on a subject even more immense: God, writ large.

    In layered prose and with thoughtful, accessible scholarship, Aslan narrates the history of religion as a remarkably cohesive attempt to understand the divine by giving it human traits and emotions. According to Aslan, this innate desire to humanize God is hardwired in our brains, making it a central feature of nearly every religious tradition. As Aslan writes, “Whether we are aware of it or not, and regardless of whether we’re believers or not, what the vast majority of us think about when we think about God is a divine version of ourselves.”

    But this projection is not without consequences. We bestow upon God not just all that is good in human nature—our compassion, our thirst for justice—but all that is bad in it: our greed, our bigotry, our penchant for violence. All these qualities inform our religions, cultures, and governments.

    More than just a history of our understanding of God, this book is an attempt to get to the root of this humanizing impulse in order to develop a more universal spirituality. Whether you believe in one God, many gods, or no god at all, God: A Human History will challenge the way you think about the divine and its role in our everyday lives.

    Praise for God

    “Breathtaking in its scope and controversial in its claims, God: A Human History shows how humans from time immemorial have made God in their own image, and argues that they should now stop. Writing with all the verve and brilliance we have come to expect from his pen, Reza Aslan has once more produced a book that will prompt reflection and shatter assumptions.”—Bart D. Ehrman, author of How Jesus Became God

    “Reza Aslan offers so much to relish in his excellent ‘human history’ of God. In tracing the commonalities that unite religions, Aslan makes truly challenging arguments that believers in many traditions will want to mull over, and to explore further. This rewarding book is very ambitious in its scope, and it is thoroughly grounded in an impressive body of reading and research.”—Philip Jenkins, author of Crucible of Faith


    The author understands the struggle people have when they stumble and wonder if God will ever approve of them again. Having gone through an abortion as a teenager, Lola struggled with guilt and condemnation and hoped for the day she would get God approval again. Little did she know that the price paid for her sin included her freedom from guilt and condemnation. In this book, you will find out about the father’s heart, the provision he has made, and the joy of knowing that you can trace back your steps into his purpose for your life. He has not changed his mind about you. He never did. He never will.


  • Faith and Governance: Politics and Spirituality in Nation-Building

    Faith and Governance: Politics and Spirituality in Nation-Building is a collection of published articles on the twin subject of faith and governance. The book is divided into three parts. The first part under the heading, Cultivating Spiritual Intelligence contains articles on some dangerous doctrinal positions in the Church and the need for spiritual awareness in this season. The second part, under the title, Christianity and Nation-Building is made up articles that speak to Christianity in Nigeria and the role the Church is meant to play in nation-building. The third part, Governance et’al, contains thoughts on a number of governance issues in Nigeria and across the globe such as corruption, global migration, brexit etc.

    Part One: Cultivating Spiritual Intelligence This part comprises of articles that draw attention to the season we are in and the need for Christians to be spiritually aware and intelligent in order not to be deceived or lag behind God’s agenda. It also contains articles that attempt to address certain dangerous doctrinal positions in the Nigerian Church that could cause the average believer to be deceived, among other articles meant to encourage and inspire Christians.

    Part Two: Christianity and Nation-Building The articles in this part focus mostly on the social responsibility of the Church in Nigeria. It contains three-part articles on the role of the church in nation-building. These articles particularly focus on how the church is poised to contributing immensely to national development. Unfortunately, the church is not doing as much, which is largely responsible for the current state of our country. There are other articles on Pentecostalism in Nigeria, our brand of Christianity, which I referred to as Third World Christianity, as well as others meant to correct wrong application of Scriptures.

    Part Three: Governance Et’al This part of the book contains articles that express the author’s thoughts on a number of governance issues in Nigeria and a few across the world. The subjects addressed include corruption in Nigeria’s governance system, illegal migration and its attendant challenges in different parts of the world and governance under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari among others.

  • Living A Meaningful Life

    The aim of the book is to make people reflect on their lives, discover their self and where their worth comes from and live a joyful and peaceful life. It doesn’t have to be complicated. What truly is the meaning of life? Truly, what is life without God? ‘Why does our generation still feel so lost inside? Why do so many young people battle suicidal thoughts daily? You are told to go to school, get a job, get married and make money, and yet you still feel empty inside? Why? Yes, these things are amazing but what really is the meaning of life? Living A Meaning Life is about everything life: purpose, love, relationships, marriage, and family. Life is a gift from God, and our gift back to Him is what we do with it. You are uniquely designed for something special and specific. The relationships we have, goals we make, things we accomplish, our challenges are all part of our existence, and we need to know what shapes us to live a meaningful life and to impact our generation. Each chapter is packed with practical techniques, ideas and easy to implement action steps. You will also find life inspiring real- life success stories. This book will stay with you long after you have put it down. It is more than a self- help book, but it will empower readers to engage with God on a level that will change every aspect of their lives and see life through His perspective, and not from what the world has coined right. My prayer is that this book conveys answers to some real- life questions and situations people might be facing and lives shall be transformed. I pray that it inspires you to discover what treasures lie within, develop yourself and make a difference. “Life and destiny is like a journey. Dive in and discover how to make every minute of it meaningful.” Why You Should Read This ✓ Self-Development Learn everything from discovering your purpose, setting achievable goals, and developing the discipline to achieve goals that lead to a life of excellence. ✓ Confronting Challenges How do you make lemonade when life gives you lemons? Learn what it takes to make a comeback from a hard time, deal with life complex choices and live a life of forgiveness. ✓ Handling Relationships In a world where sex is a fingertip away – what does it mean to develop a long lasting godly relationship? How do you build and strike that perfect balance between your romantic and platonic relationships?

  • The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice

    Among his many books, perhaps none have sparked more outrage than The Missionary Position, Christopher Hitchens’s meticulous study of the life and deeds of Mother Teresa.

    A Nobel Peace Prize recipient beatified by the Catholic Church in 2003, Mother Teresa of Calcutta was celebrated by heads of state and adored by millions for her work on behalf of the poor. In his measured critique, Hitchens asks only that Mother Teresa’s reputation be judged by her actions-not the other way around.

    With characteristic elan and rhetorical dexterity, Hitchens eviscerates the fawning cult of Teresa, recasting the Albanian missionary as a spurious, despotic, and megalomaniacal operative of the wealthy who long opposed measures to end poverty, and fraternized, for financial gain, with tyrants and white-collar criminals throughout the world.

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