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Socrates: A Man for Our Times
Socrates: A Man for Our Times Paul Johnson
As Plutarch observed, Socrates 'was the first person to demonstrate that life is open to philosophy at all times, in every part, among all kinds of people, and in every experience and activity.'
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Why Priests?: A Failed Tradition
Why Priests?: A Failed Tradition Garry Wills
Why Priests? argues brilliantly and persuasively for a radical re-envisioning of the role of the church as the Body of Christ and for a new and better understanding of the very basis of  Christian belief.
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Living the Secular Life: New Answers to Old Questions
Living the Secular Life: New Answers to Old Questions Phil Zuckerman
A manifesto for a booming social movement—and a revelatory survey of this overlooked community—Living the Secular Life offers essential and long-awaited information for anyone building a life based on his or her own principles.
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The Religions of India: A Concise Guide to Nine Major Faiths
The Religions of India: A Concise Guide to Nine Major Faiths Roshen Dalal
The Religions of India contains, in a single volume, a comprehensive account of every major faith practised in the country today—Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism, Christianity, Buddhism, Jainism, Zoroastrianism, Judaism and teh Bahai faith. 
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Leila's Secret
Leila's Secret Kooshyar Karimi
Spellbinding and heartbreaking, Leila's Secret shows us everyday life for women in a country where it can be a crime to fall in love. But for all its tragedy, this unforgettable book is paradoxically uplifting, told from the heart of Kooshyar's immense sympathy, in the hope that each of us – and the stories we tell – can make a difference.
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A Curiosity of Doubts
A Curiosity of Doubts T. L. Uglow
Doubt can wear us down – but it can also help us to grow and create, and change our lives.
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On Listening
On Listening Martin Flanagan
A poetic and eloquent meditation on the power of listening.
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The First Love Story
The First Love Story Bruce Feiler
From the New York Times bestselling author of Walking the Bible and Abraham comes a revelatory journey across four continents and 4,000 years exploring how Adam and Eve introduced the idea of love into the world, and how they continue to shape our deepest feelings about relationships, family, and togetherness.
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Faith Versus Fact
Faith Versus Fact Jerry A Coyne
The New York Times bestselling author of Why Evolution is True explains why any attempt to make religion compatible with science is doomed to fail
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On Being Awesome
On Being Awesome Nick Riggle
A lively philosophical exploration of what it means to be awesome and not suck, and a plea for more awesomeness in our personal, social, and public lives.
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What The Qur'an Meant
What The Qur'an Meant Garry Wills
America’s leading religious scholar and public intellectual introduces lay readers to the Qur’an with a measured, powerful reading of the ancient text
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Metaphysics as a Guide to Morals
Metaphysics as a Guide to Morals Iris Murdoch
'Iris Murdoch has written a book which concerns all of us as human beings. There are pages here that one wants to embrace her for, pages that say things of fundamental human importance in a way that they have never quite been said before' Sunday Telegraph
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I've Been Thinking . . .
I've Been Thinking . . . Maria Shriver
A book of reflections and inspirations for those seeking wisdom, guidance, and encouragement on the road to a meaningful life
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