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As Though We Were Dreaming: A Commentary on the Songs of Ascents for Lent

by Keith Ruckhaus & Randall Heskett

The Eastern Christian liturgical tradition of Lent has long included the chanting of the Songs of Ascents (Pss 120-134) as entrance songs of not only the special penance service known as the Liturgy of the Presanctified...

Pentecost and Parousia: Charismatic Renewal, Christian Unity, and the Coming Glory

by Peter Hocken & Cecil M., Jr. Robeck

As the charismatic movement penetrated the Protestant churches and then impacted the Catholic Church, great hopes for Christian unity were aroused among many. These hopes peaked with the great Kansas City conference...

Papias and the New Testament

by Monte A. Shanks

Who was Papias, who did he know, and what did he believe about the writings that now comprise the canonical New Testament? Very little can be objectively known about him, his ministry, and his work, and yet...

Gift and the Unity of Being

by Antonio Lopez & John Milbank

Starting from both our originary experience of being given to ourselves and Jesus Christ's archetypal self-donation, Gift and the Unity of Being elucidates the sense in which gift is the form of being's unity,...

Paul, Apostle of Weakness: Astheneia and Its Cognates in the Pauline Literature, Revised Edition

by David Alan Black

In this practical book every occurrence of astheneia and its cognates in the Pauline Epistles is examined, both in its immediate context and in its relation to Pauline thought as a whole. The analysis begins,...

Embracing the Transformation

by Walter Brueggemann & K. C., Hanson

Like athletes, preachers carry inside them the voices of their most challenging coaches--people who have encouraged them to dig deeper, stretch farther, and more faithfully pursue their craft and calling. In...

Reforming the Monastery: Protestant Theologies of the Religious Life

by Greg Peters

Richard Froude wrote in 1833 to John Henry Newman that the present state of things in England makes an opening for reviving the monastic system. Seemingly original words at the time. Yet, monasticism is one...

God's First King: The Story of Saul

by Shaul Bar

Saul was the first king of Israel (1029-1005 BCE). His life was full of drama and tribulations, and ended tragically. The book of Samuel portrays Saul as a colorful personality with excesses--as the classic...

Rereading the Biblical Text: Searching for Meaning and Understanding

by Claude F. Mariottini

Rereading the Biblical Text: Searching for Meaning and Understanding deals with problems scholars face in translating Hebrew words and sentences into contemporary English. Modern readers have many choices when...

Losing Our Religion?: Changing Patterns of Believing and Belonging in Secular Western Societies

by Kevin R. Ward

Church-going in most Western societies has declined significantly in the wake of the social and cultural changes that began in the 1960s. Does this mean that people in these societies are losing any religious...

Redacted Dominionism: A Biblical Approach to Grounding Environmental Responsibility

by Christopher Cone

Critiques of the environmental ramifications of the early Genesis narrative by environmental thinkers such as Aldo Leopold, Ian McHarg, and Lynn White underscore a long-standing tension between the environmental...

Korean Resources for Pastoral Theology: Dance of Han, Jeong, and Salim

by James Newton Poling & HeeSun Kim

In a time of life-and-death challenges to the human spirit--global economics, nuclear dangers, environmental threats, and religious polarization and war--Christians must look for resources that provide new insights...

The Wrath of God Satisfied?: Atonement in an Age of Violence

by Tom Stuckey

What do Robben Island, Colonel Gadaffi, the earthquake in Haiti, the riots in London, credit crunch, child abuse, and the death of Christ have in common? They are all linked by the common thread of violence....

The Naked Christ: An Atonement Model for a Body-Obsessed Culture

by Dan Lé

The cross of Christ is undeniably central to the Christian faith. But, how can the cruelty and brutality of a two-thousand-year-old Roman cross touch base with a hedonistic world that has been so desensitized...

Jesus the Bridegroom: The Origin of the Eschatological Feast as a Wedding Banquet in the Synoptic Gospels

by Phillip J. Long

Did Jesus claim to be the bridegroom? If so, what did he mean by this claim? When Jesus says that the wedding guests should not fast while the bridegroom is with them (Mark 2:19), he is claiming to be a bridegroom...

Pastor and Professor: A Public Faith

by Donald Blosser

Pastor and Professor is one pastor's story of a rich life filled with experiences that tested his faith and demanded growth that was both exhilarating and painful. It is the personal story of moving from faith...

Pastoring the Small Church: Remaining Faithful in a Big Church World

by Eric W. Moore

With humor and candor, Eric Moore addresses common challenges that the pastor of the small church encounters on a daily basis. As the pastor of a small church, he shares stories from his own experience and provides...

Kneeling at the Altar of Science: The Mistaken Path of Contemporary Religious Scientism

by Robert Bolger & Richard Olson

Does religion need to look more like a science? If much of the contemporary work published in science and religion is any indication, the answer appears to be a resounding yes. Yet the current tendency to dress...

Born Again and Beyond

by John E. Harvey

Born Again and Beyond identifies and interacts with various theological blind spots in Evangelicalism--such as its naive rationality, its faulty understanding of the nature of both Scripture and the gospel,...

Re-appropriating "Marvelous Fables": Justin Martyr's Strategic Retrieval of Myth in 1 Apology

by Noël|Meconi, David, SJ Pretila

Edwin Hatch provided a colorful portrait of the religious world to which Justin Martyr belonged: The main subject-matter of . . . literary education [amongst the pagans] was the poets. . . . They were read as...