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Das Geheimnis des Jesus von Nazareth 
Eugen Drewermann / Martin Freytag
The Mystery of Jesus of Nazareth
Eugen Drewermann Answers Young People’s Questions

»How must we imagine a crucifixion 2000 years ago?« »Isn’t the ‘Sermon on the Mount’ a hopelessly excessive demand that just a few super-pious people can comply with at best?« »If Jesus would look at today’s church, what would he say to it?« The questions that Eugen Drewermann answers in this book have been asked by students in religion class. Their teacher, Martin Freytag, has collected the young people’s questions and problem horizons and interviewed the well-known author on their behalf. They range from Jesus’ childhood to his work and his death on the cross. The mystery of Jesus of Nazareth is revealed... - For adolescents in the 10th grade and above –

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Juli Gudehus
The biblical story of creation in signs

The author Juli Gudehus translated the biblical story of creation into signs from daily life: logos, pictograms, punctuation marks. Even people who stay well clear of the bible will be amazed by this old text in modern hieroglyphs. 25 years after its first publication it is finally back, lovingly equipped, gently updated and an eye-catcher of the special kind.

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Weil du groß bist 
Thomas Knöller
Because You are Great
Soul food

Every child knows how important a good diet is for the body. But how do you nourish your soul? The texts of Thomas Knöller are just that: soul food. Unlike chocolate, you will not become fat; at most you will become addicted… Our recommendation: once per day whenever you feel like it!

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Wie aus Hülsen Worte werden 
Klaus Mertes
How Catchwords Become Real Words
New Spelling for Faith

Language changes and the ideas that we associate with certain terms also change. The Church has been preaching the Gospel for 2000 years, but much of the Church vocabulary hardly sounds like good news today anymore. Much of it seems like empty snail shells in which a different animal now lives. New meanings have been inserted into the old words, the actual intention of a statement is hardly recognisable anymore and what is self-evident becomes misunderstood.

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»Ich habe zu wenig geflucht« 
Niklaus Brantschen
»I Didn’t Swear Enough«
The Zen master and Jesuit in a conversation with Ursula Eichenberger

»We chose eight places, each of which represents a period of ten years in Niklaus Brantschen’s life of more than eighty years. This is where we took walks and hikes between autumn 2016 and winter 2017. The return to formative sites and walking the familiar paths allowed memories to come to life, create a connection with bygone times and brought the smells, sounds and encounters into the present.«

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Mensch Martinus 
Uwe Birnstein
Martin, The Man
Why Luther Touches our Hearts

Martin Luther was a stubborn person and a sensitive pastor, a dedicated family man and loyal friend, a man who stood by his fears as well as his faith. Uwe Birnstein elucidates the human side of Luther, one that touches us, not because of the drama, but due to his humanity.

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Segen auf See 
Katharina Plehn-Martins
Blessings at Sea
Take a cruise with the chaplain

Whether the ship is headed for the North Cape, anchored near Naples, or at Santorini, the ship’s chaplain is always on duty. She keeps her ears open for anyone eager to have a conversation, because in the calm of vacation, or at least some distance from everyday routine, and surrounded by vast oceans, existential themes come to the surface.

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Die spirituelle Weisheit der Bäume 
Pierre Stutz
The Spiritual Wisdom of Trees
A journey of discovery
With photos by Andrea Göppel

The texts in this volume were created in dialogue with trees. They tell of the divine life force that animates all things. Pierre Stutz’s poems and thoughts engage in a deep dialogue with the life force of the trees. The design includes photographs by Andrea Göppel that were taken exclusively for this book.

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Das Glück hat zwei Räder 
Claudia Nietsch-Ochs / Robert Ochs
Happiness Has Two Wheels
Experiencing life with a bicycle

Claudia Nietsch-Ochs and Robert Ochs ride their bikes daily. In short texts they describe their observations along the way and at the side of the road, their encounters with people and animals, their experiences in every kind of weather and season of the year, also with themselves

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Wenn der Glaube konkret wird 
Franz Kamphaus
When Faith Becomes Concrete
The Sermon on the Mount
Edited by Regina Groot Bramel

Jesus sits on the summit and proclaims one unreasonable demand after the other with a friendly smile. The Sermon on the Mount, which is the heart of the New Testament, is something like the calm eye of the storm. It appears peaceful but has explosive power and can sweep away all human standards. »Love your enemies.« »Blessed are the poor in spirit.« »Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness.« Even if we seriously try to do this: Is this feasible? To do good to those who hate us and practice peacefulness even at the price of suffering – that seems like too much to ask!

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