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Superhero Ethics

“Travis Smith ably demonstrates that costumed characters have a bigger purpose in our modern world than just filling movie studios’ coffers. If you look closely—and Smith really has—they can teach us plenty about right and wrong in these morally murky times.”

— Reed Tucker, author of Slugfest: Inside the Epic, 50-Year Battle Between Marvel and DC

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Psychological Science and Christian Faith

"This is a thoughtful, wide-ranging exposition of the evolving interaction between psychological science and Christian faith . . . [It] will appeal to anyone interested in the psychology/faith interface—believers and unbelievers as well as those who simply wonder about it all the time!”

—William Newsome, PhD, professor of neurobiology, Stanford University

Be the Parent, Please

Be the Parent, Please

"Be the Parent, Please is one of the most thought-provoking and jarring books I’ve read in a long time. When I finished the book, I literally thought to myself, ‘I wish I’d read this ten years ago!’ Engagingly written and filled with fascinating studies, this important book should be a conversation changer.”

— Amy Chua, Yale Law professor and author of Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother and The Triple Package

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False Black Power

“Timely and important. . . . American Liberals can offer nothing but excuses, finger pointing, and hysteria in response to what is one of the great catastrophes of our time.”

—Glenn Loury, Merton P. Stoltz Professor of the Social Sciences and professor of economics at Brown University.

Helping Groups Heal

Helping Groups Heal

“A must-read book. The authors have written a fantastic resource that should be on the bookshelf of anyone serious about group work. . . . Drawing on cutting-edge research, as well as years of personal and professional experience, the model laid out offers a clear, practical path for helping others experience stronger, grace-filled relationships.”

— Jamie D. Aten, PhD, founder & executive director, Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College