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Symbolic Interactionism in the Gospel According to John: A Contextual Study on the Symbolism of Water

by Elia Shabani Mligo & Lechion Peter Kimilike

Symbolic interactionism is a social-scientific perspective that seeks to describe how human beings create meaning with one another in their daily lives. Since the world is populated by symbols that characterize...


Living Salty and Light-Filled Lives in the Workplace

by Luke Brad Bobo & Jerram Barrs

The workplace can be very rewarding for the Christian worker. But let's face it--the workplace can also be the most challenging place to be salt and light as Jesus commands in Matt 5:13-16. It is daunting to...


The Holy One of Israel: Studies in the Book of Isaiah

by John N. Oswalt

Growing out of the work that the author did in preparing two major commentaries on Isaiah, these essays range from comprehensive to specific, and from popular to scholarly. They first appeared in biblical dictionaries,...


If You Are the Son of God: The Suffering and Temptations of Jesus

by Jacques Ellul & Anne-Marie Andreasson-Hogg

This significant book, written a few years before his death, presents Ellul's fullest understanding of the meaning of Jesus' life. One finds all of the major themes of Ellul's writings. The first half of this...


What Is Found, What Is Lost

by Anne Leigh Parrish

Freddie is a recent widow. She grieves alone. Though faith is in her blood, she's reluctant to seek solace from the Almighty. Then her daughter comes home with a host of problems. Soon after, her sister has...


A Celtic Christology: The Incarnation According to John Scottus Eriugena

by John F. Gavin & John Panteleimon Manoussakis

John Scottus Eriugena, the brilliant and controversial Irishman in the court of Charles the Bald (823-877), the grandson of Charlemagne, drew upon both the Latin and Greek patristic traditions in order to present...


Theologies of Liberation in Palestine-Israel: Indigenous, Contextual, and Postcolonial Perspectives

by Nur Masalha & Lisa Isherwood

This collection of essays concerns the development of contextualized theologies of liberation in Palestine and the indigenous Palestinian people's struggle for justice and liberation. The work is innovative...


Lincoln's Political Ambitions, Slavery, and the Bible

by Edwin D. Freed

Abraham Lincoln did not take his family Bible to the White House. And the reason he did not use the Bible in his first inaugural address was not because it failed to arrive in his baggage. Freed concentrates...


Insider Movements: Biblically Incredible or Incredibly Brilliant?

by Jeff Morton & Bassam Madany

In 1938 the Reverend Henry H. Riggs wrote Shall We Try Unbeaten Paths in Working for Moslems? He encouraged the church to help Muslim converts remain inside Islam so that they might not lose their cultural identity....


The God Who Lives: Investigating the Emergence of Life and the Doctrine of God

by Adam Pryor

Christian theology has affirmed throughout its history that God is a living God. But what does it mean that God lives? Why does it matter? Does God live like us? If God does not live like us what is the difference...


Early Interracial Oneness Pentecostalism: G. T. Haywood and the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (1901-1931)

by Talmadge L. French & Allan H. Anderson

Early Interracial Oneness Pentecostalism is a look at what is perhaps the least-known chapter in the history of American Pentecostalism. The study of the first thirty years of Oneness Pentecostalism (1901-31)...


The Hebrew Prophets After the Shoah: A Mandate for Change

by Hemchand Gossai & Walter Brueggemann

The Shoah is without question the defining moment in modern history, and it has transformed the manner in which the Bible is read and how God is understood. Questions that hitherto were rarely posed publicly...


Consider No Evil: Two Faith Traditions and the Problem of Academic Freedom in Religious Higher Education

by Brandon G. Withrow & Menachem Wecker

Even casual acquaintances of the Bible know that the Truth shall set you free, but in the pursuit of that Truth in higher education--particularly in Christian or Jewish seminaries--there are often many casualties...


The Nature and Future of Christianity: A Study of Alternative Approaches

by Edward LeRoy, Jr. Long

This book briefly characterizes the many different ways Christianity is currently understood and practiced. These include approaches that center primarily on beliefs and doctrine, those that focus on the support...


Why Baptizing Your Child Matters: Understanding the Benefits of Covenant Baptism

by Robert H. Orner

This book is written for young families. It avoids the baptism debate while graciously presenting the story of God's faithful provision, protection, and promise of deliverance for His people given through the...


Garden of the Soul: Exploring Metaphorical Landscapes of Spirituality

by Mark Mah

The stories of Jesus, placed in the context of the familiar and factual, are filled with metaphors that audiences can understand and appreciate. Metaphors not only inform and persuade, but also fire up readers'...


Three Women of Hope: Miriam, Hannah, Huldah

by Christianne Méroz & Dennis Wienk

The land of Israel is intimately linked to the adventures of the prophets, men like Elijah, Amos, Hosea, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and the list goes on and on. How about prophets who were women? Does anyone remember...


Twelve Great Books That Changed the University: And Why Christians Should Care

by Steve Wilkens & Don Thorsen

Twelve scholars take us on a journey through twelve books that have defined the methodologies and orthodoxies of key disciplines within the university curriculum. These books have not only been formative for...


Becoming Divine: Jonathan Edwards's Incarnational Spirituality Within the Christian Tradition

by Brandon G. Withrow

Was Jonathan Edwards always--or ever--the stalwart and unquestioning Reformed theologian that he is often portrayed as being? In what ways did his own conversion fail to meet the standards of his Puritan ancestors?...


Tension in the Tank: Embracing Interfaith Mysticism Without Leaving the Church

by Barbara Lee & Jaco J. Hamman

Tension in the Tank meets us where we are on a faith journey that includes doubt and pain. Here is a voice that speaks to the beauty and value of interfaith understanding and liberal social values while digging...