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Believing in Better: Believing in Better is the second studio album by Lennie Gallant, released in 1991 . The album helped earn Gallant Male Artist of the Year from the East Coast Music Awards and also garnered two Juno nominations.
A Believing People: A Believing People: Literature of the Latter-day Saints, edited by Richard H. Cracroft and Neal E. Lambert, and published in 1974, was "the first significant anthology of the literature of the Latter-day Saints" and began the establishment of the field of Mormon literature as a legitimate discipline, and remains, according to A Motley Vision in 2012, " the only comprehensive Mormon Literature anthology ever published." Cracroft and Lambert released an anthology with a more modern focus, 22 Young Mormon Writers, the following year.
"Believing Women" in Islam: "Believing Women" in Islam: Unreading Patriarchal Interpretations of the Qur'an is a 2002 book by Asma Barlas, published by the University of Texas Press. According to Barlas, the Qur'an does not support patriarchy and modern day Muslims were not properly interpreting the text.
Believing The Lie: Believing The Lie is a crime novel by Elizabeth George. It reached third place on the 2012 best sellers list of the New York Times.