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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

Islamically Integrated Psychotherapy

Islamically Integrated Psychotherapy

“Al-Karam has assembled a diverse and talented team to demonstrate how psychology (and psychotherapy in particular) can be approached from a Muslim worldview. This remarkable and nuanced work will serve the field by spurring discussion, promoting understanding, and hopefully igniting research in the area.”

— Tim Sisemore, PhD, president of APA’s Society for the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality (Div. 36)

Religion and the Social Sciences

Religion and the Social Sciences

“Hands down, the most comprehensive and engaging volume in existence on why religion matters in the social sciences. This is required reading for academic scholars, graduate students, the educated public, and anyone else who recognizes that in order to understand the world today, we must understand religion.”

— Robert A. Emmons, professor of Psychology, University of California, Davis and editor-in-chief, Journal of Positive Psychology

Where Are We Heading?

Where Are We Heading?

"In this important book, Ian Hodder demonstrates why things matter, not because they represent something, but because the entangled interdependence of all things gives rise to the forward direction of history."

— John C. Barrett, Professor Emeritus, University of Sheffield

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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

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