Best Religious Fiction Short Stories Books

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1. Beyond Good and Evil

Author: by Friedrich Nietzsche
116 pages

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Beyond Good and Evil: Prelude to a Philosophy of the Future is a book by philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, first published in 1886. It draws on and expands the ideas of his previous work, Thus Spoke Zarathustra, but with a more critical and polemical approach.

In Beyond Good and Evil, Nietzsche accuses past philosophers of lacking critical sense and blindly accepting dogmatic premises in their consideration of morality. Specifically, he accuses them of founding grand metaphysical systems upon the faith that the good man is the opposite of the evil man, rather than just a different expression of the same basic impulses that find more direct expression in the evil man.

The work moves into the realm “beyond good and evil” in the sense of leaving behind the traditional morality which Nietzsche subjects to a destructive critique in favour of what he regards as an affirmative approach that fearlessly confronts the perspectival nature of knowledge and the perilous condition of the modern individual.

2. Ragman – reissue: And Other Cries of Faith (Wangerin, Walter)

Author: by Walter Wangerin Jr.
October 12, 2010

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Updated with eleven new stories and meditations, this Gold Medallionwinning classic interweaves vivid stories, deep meditations, and provocative allegories that together explore the power and meaning of love within an often inhumane urban landscape. The opening chapter, “Ragman,” remains one of Walter Wangerin Jr.’s most beloved works and leads the reader to thirtythree other writings, all bearing the author’s trademark poignancy and lyricism.

Ranging from gentle reflections to heartrending invocations, these selections are powerful, thoughtprovoking explorations of the meaning of faith, the person of Christ, and the communion of believers. Again and again, Wangerin’s cries of faith touch our deepest pains with rays of joyful healing.

3. Arséne Lupin: Las aventuras del más inteligente caballero ladrón jamás existido inspirado en la nueva serie de televisión (Spanish Edition)

Author: by Rob Barbot
177 pages

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Acabas de terminar de ver la nueva serie de televisin y quieres profundizar en la psicologa de Lupin? O simplemente quieres conocer todas sus aventuras? De cualquier manera, ests en el lugar correcto! El enigmtico personaje de Lupin creado por Maurice Leblanc en 1905, es un antihroe que se enfrenta a oponentes completamente desprovistos de brjula moral.

Su astucia y encanto son contagiosos y es la razn por la que logra completar su trabajo sin ser notado. Obviamente hay componentes de “fantasa” que lo hacen excepcional porque algunos de los trucos que lo vemos realizar son fsicamente imposibles de replicar, pero esto tambin es parte de su extraordinario e inalterado encanto, no es ‘ no?

En resumen, aunque la historia de Arsne Lupin es fruto de la imaginacin de un autor genial, ver sus aventuras transpuestas en la pantalla chica es siempre un placer para los espectadores de todas las edades. En este libro podrs Encuentra: Todas las aventuras asombrosas escritas por Maurice Leblanc Nocin sobre el Manga Lupin III Todo lo que debes conoce la serie de Netflix Todas las diferencias entre el libro, el manga y la serie Entonces …

4. The Dark Tower: And Other Stories

Author: by C. S. Lewis
240 pages

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A repackaged edition of the revered author’s definitive collection of short fiction, which explores enduring spiritual and science fiction themes such as space, time, reality, fantasy, God, and the fate of humankind.From C.S. Lewisthe great British writer, scholar, lay theologian, broadcaster, Christian apologist, and author of Mere Christianity, The Screwtape Letters, The Great Divorce, The Chronicles of Narnia, and many other beloved classicscomes a collection of his dazzling short fiction.

This collection of futuristic fiction includes a breathtaking science fiction story written early in his career in which Cambridge intellectuals witness the breach of space-time through a chronoscopea telescope that looks not just into another world, but into another time.

As powerful, inventive, and profound as his theological and philosophical works, The Dark Tower reveals another side of Lewis’s creative mind and his longtime fascination with reality and spirituality. It is ideal reading for fans of J.R.R. Tolkien, Lewis’s longtime friend and colleague.

5. The Big Adventures of a Little Tree: Tree Finds Friendship

Author: by Nadja Springer
39 pages


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Over 300 positive reviews*Finalist Indies Today Award 2020*Finalist Wishing Shelf Book Award 2020*Kidsshelf Book Cover Award Winner 2020*Find out what happens when you leave your beaten path and overcome obstacles to do the impossible – and when we take care of each other.

If no tree has ever tried to set out and explore – is it even possible at all? In a world, where everyone dreams about possibilities, Tree gets up and lives them. Tree’s curiosity about the unknown, the power of friendship and love, and an open heart come together to make the impossible possible!

An adventure awaits in this story of a little tree who changes its mindset and shows how kindness, inclusion and an open heart will make all the difference. A reading experience that focuses on love and friendshipinclusion and open-mindednesscuriosity and empathyand the beauty and importance of caring about nature.

6. Parables from Shambhala: The Wisdom of the East for Everyday Life (Sacred Wisdom)

Author: by Zinovia Dushkova
149 pages

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Hailed by Frank O’Connor as one of “the greatest living storytellers,” J.F. Powers, who died in 1999, stands with Eudora Welty, Flannery O’Connor, and Raymond Carver among the authors who have given the short story an unmistakably American cast. In three slim collections of perfectly crafted stories, published over a period of some thirty years and brought together here in a single volume for the first time, Powers wrote about many things: baseball and jazz, race riots and lynchings, the Great Depression, and the flight to the suburbs.

His greatest subject, howeverand one that was uniquely hiswas the life of priests in Chicago and the Midwest. Powers’s thoroughly human priests, who include do-gooders, gladhanders, wheeler-dealers, petty tyrants, and even the odd saint, struggle to keep up with the Joneses in a country unabashedly devoted to consumption.

These beautifully written, deeply sympathetic, and very funny stories are an unforgettable record of the precarious balancing act that is American life. Table of ContentsThe Lord’s DayThe TroubleLions, Harts, Leaping DoesJamesieHe Don’t Plant CottonThe ForksRennerThe Valiant WomanThe EyeThe Old Bird, A Love StoryPrince of DarknessDawnDeath of a FavoriteThe Poor ThingThe Devil Was the JokeA Losing GameDefection of a FavoriteZealBlue IslandThe Presence of GraceLook How the Fish LiveBillFolksKeystoneOne of ThemMoonshotPriestly FellowshipFarewellPhariseesTinkers

9. Love, a Tiara, and a Cupcake: Three Secrets to Finding Happy

Author: by Susan Sparks
KDP (April 26, 2021)
103 pages

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The newest book from best-selling author, preacher, and nationally syndicated columnist Susan Sparks! How do you hold onto hope in the midst of despair? The answer is simple! All you need is love, a tiara, and a cupcake. Using these three festive metaphors, this book offers heart-warming meditations on finding your purpose (love), claiming your worth (a tiara), and holding onto your joy (a cupcake) tools that can get you through the worst of times.

Join Rev. Susan Sparks to welcome joy into your life no matter what the circumstances.


A Case of Canines, Cats and Costumes (Curly Bay Animal Rescue Cozy Mystery Book 6)

Author: by Donna Doyle
PureRead (April 25, 2021)
April 25, 2021

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Fall is in full swing, and Courtney Cain is getting ready for the Apple Jubilee with the rest of Curly Bay. Until an unexplained robbery puts the festivities in jeopardy! The Jubilee festival will be a great opportunity to get publicity for the animal shelter, and she’s looking forward to participating.

When the iconic Admiral Apple costume goes missing, the entire Jubilee is compromised. Courtney knows something suspicious is happening, and she just has to figure it out! Join Courtney for another cuddly, cozy case of a missing identity where has Admiral Apple gone?

And why would anyone want to sabotage the Apple Jubilee?

11. Scenes of Clerical Life (Oxford World's Classics)

Author: by George Eliot

Oxford University Press
416 pages

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‘the only true knowledge of our fellow-man is that which enables us to feel with him’George Eliot’s first published work consisted of three short novellas: ‘The Sad Fortunes of the Reverend Amos Barton’, ‘Mr Gilfil’s Love-Story’, and ‘Janet’s Repentance’. Their depiction of the lives of ordinary men and women in a provincial Midlands town initiated a new era of nineteenth-centuryliterary realism.

The tales concern rural members of the clergy and the gossip and factions that a small town generates around them. Amos Barton only realizes how much he depends upon his wife’s selfless love when she dies prematurely; Mr Gilfil’s devotion to a girl who loves another is onlyfleetingly rewarded; and Janet Dempster suffers years of domestic abuse before the influence of an Evangelical minister turns her life around.

These stories are remarkable for the tenderness with which Eliot portrays a bygone time of religious belief in a newly secular age, giving literary fiction an alternative language to religion and philosophy for the observation and understanding of human experience.

12. Tycoon (The Knickerbocker Club)

Author: by Joanna Shupe
February 23, 2016

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Sometimes the journey is more pleasurable than the destination … Standing on the platform at Grand Central Depot, Ted Harper is surprised by a fiery kiss from an undeniably gorgeous damsel in distress. He’s certain she’s a swindler who’s only after his money, but he’s never met a woman so passionate and sure of herself.

Disarmed, he invites her to spend the journey to St. Louis in his private car-perhaps against his better judgment … Clara Dawson has long known how to take care of herself, but the savvy shop girl is at a loss when she witnesses-and becomes entangled in-a terrible crime.

Desperation propels her into a stranger’s arms at the train station, but she hadn’t expected Ted to offer her the protection she so badly needs-nor did she expect their chemistry to develop more steam than the engine of the train.

He’s everything she never thought she could have, and she’s everything he didn’t know he wanted. But as her secrets begin to unfurl, their fledgling romance could be in danger of derailing before they arrive at the next station. Raves for The Courtesan Duchess “Original and alluring.” -Publishers Weekly”Riveting.” -Sabrina Jeffries”Passionate and seductive.” -RT Book Reviews”Captivating.” -Booklist

13. The Lost and Found Journal of a Miner 49er: Vol. 2

Author: by Jack Dublin
200 pages

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In 2017, Jack Dublin released the first volume of Christian-themed folklore in The Lost and Found Journal series. Now, the Miner 49er returns in Vol. 2, revealing a past that may force historians to rewrite their books! Brace yourself for adventures stretching from the Sea of Job to a vast world beneath the American continent where life is familiar but nothing is what it seems.

Meet Dino Garosello, a carnival barker bound to a ghost town with a terrible secret; and Jason Kittridge, a bandit so ruthless his name was blotted out of every history book. Is it truth stranger than fiction, or fiction stranger than truth?

You decide on this epic quest!


The Story of the Other Wise Man: Full Color Illustrations

Author: by Henry Van Dyke
Chump Change (May 1, 1920)
36 pages

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Complete edition of The Story of the Other Wise Man by Henry van Dyke and illustrated by J.R.Flanagan. A powerful story of Christmas from a wise man who spent his life in search of the Christ Child, it was made into a movie called, “The Fourth Wise Man.””You know the story of the Three Wise Men of the East, and how they travelled from far away to offer their gifts at the manger-cradle in Bethlehem.

But have you ever heard the story of the Other Wise Man, who also saw the star in its rising, and set out to follow it, yet did not arrive with his brethren in the presence of the young child Jesus?” All students of thought should get this historic book.

This color reproduction of the 1920 illustrated edition is provided in a slim volume with full text at an affordable price.