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All The World Is Anime
Dialogue and Interface Witness With Muslims
Discipling Middle Eastern Believers
Land of Rising Ghosts & Goblins
Shinto War Gods


All The World Is Anime
All The World Is Anime
by Isao Ebihara

A native of Japan, Isao Ebihara has resided in Canada for over 20 years. Possessing an encyclopaedic knowledge of Japnese ANIME culture, a world-wide entertainment phenomenon, he delves into rich plots and enduring characters usisng the skill of an artist to draw contrasts and comparisons between the genre's well known authors such as Hayao Miyazaki, Leiji Matsumoto, Go Nagai, and Hideaki Anno. With the sharp insight of a katana sword, Dr. Ebihara explores their spiritual background and philosophical assumptions.

ISBN: 978-1-935434-05-4



Dialogue and Interface Witness With Muslims
Dialogue and Interface Witness With Muslims
by Ray Register

At last, a book that attempts to understand and overcome the difficulties that block communication with Muslims with guidelines for sharing faith in dialogue rather than monologue. It faces squarely the thorny questions of the Cross, the Son of God, the Gospel of Barnabas, and Intermarriage with Muslims, plus many others. This book shares the common ground needed to overcome the communications barrier with Muslims. A must for missionaries, international student workers, teachers of religion, and all who desire to share their faith with Muslim friends.

*Arabic publication in process

ISBN: 978-0-9796019-9-6



Discipling Middle Eastern Believers
Discipling Middle Eastern Believers
by Ray Register

Dr. Register understands the people of Islam and in these pages he presents a cogent, compassionate plan for their discipleship. Seeing Muslims as distinct from cultural Christians, Register believes one must first recognize the difference between the two cultures in order to assist Muslims in their quest to learn of Christ. It is the mission of Dr. Register and this volume, to not only point out the contrasts of these two worlds, but, with each step, discover mutual, common ground.

ISBN: 978-1-935434-36-8



Land of Rising Ghosts & Goblins
Land of Rising Ghosts & Goblins
by by Isao Ebihara

For the past century, Japan has been a center of attention due to its rapid industrialization and modernization. Still, certain aspects of the nation?s culture remain an enigma to outsiders; particularly, Japan?s religious foundations. To most of the world the ancient spirituality of this modern nation remains a mystery. Raising this ancient veil of secrecy, Dr. Isao Ebihara examines myths and legends of Japan, from antiquity to today?s modern tales of anime and manga. He explores the culture?s shrouded world of ghosts, spirits and supernatural phenomena, and discovers the very roots of Japan?s faith. Discover how the ancient Japanese formed their detailed illustrations of the supernatural; images that survive to this day. What kind of afterlife did they envision? Do they still believe in the supernatural in the 21st century? Are there any similarities to the spiritual world that Westerner?s detail? The answers to these questions and more are found in this fascinating book.

ISBN: 978-1-935434-12-2



Designing Valid Research
Shinto War Gods
by by Isao Ebihara

The Yasukuni Shrine or Yasukuni Jinja, with the literal meaning "peaceful nation shrine" is a controversial Shinto monument located in Tokyo, Japan. It is dedicated to the spirits of soldiers and others who died fighting on behalf of the Japanese emperor. In the decades since World War II, the Shrine has been a source of many controversies among them the inclusion of 14 Convicted Class-A War Criminals (crimes against peace). The shrine's account of Japan's wartime actions are considered by many to be revisionist. Its museum's exhibits and pamphlets propose that Japan entered the World War II in order to build peaceful world without racial discriminations. The primary focus of this volume is a comparison of Shinto - particularly Pre-World War II Shinto - to today's pop culture: its holy war like-jihad on the spiritual, social and political realities of our modern world.

ISBN: 978-1-935434-56-6