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The Book of Revelation: Worship for Life in the Spirit of Prophecy

by John Paul Heil

John Paul Heil presents an original analysis of the theme of worship in the book of Revelation guided by a new illustration of its comprehensive chiastic structure. The worship that Revelation exhorts and enables...


Fruits of the Cotton Patch: The Clarence Jordan Symposium 2012, Volume 2

by Kirk Lyman-Barner & Cori Lyman-Barner

In honor of what would have been Clarence Jordan's one hundredth birthday and the seventieth anniversary of Koinonia Farm, the first Clarence Jordan Symposium convened in historic Sumter County, Georgia, in...


James in the Suburbs: A Disorderly Parable of the Epistle of James

by April Love-Fordham & Stephen A. Hayner

Do you consume God's blessings, or do you share them? Most Christians are consumers. We are obsessed with knowing the right theology and following the right set of rules in hopes that God will bless us. Yet,...


Western Culture in Gospel Context: Towards the Conversion of the West: Theological Bearings for Mission and Spirituality

by David J. Kettle & Tim Dakin

Approaching us in sovereign freedom, God comes alive to us, we come alive to God, and all creation comes alive as a sign pointing to God. In the gospel of Jesus Christ, God gives and discloses himself in this...


Apostolic and Prophetic: Ecclesiological Perspectives

by Gesa Elsbeth Thiessen

Apostolic and Prophetic promotes a vision of the church as apostolic, ecumenical, and radical. It explores the meaning of each of these ecclesial marks and their intrinsic connections. The volume thus draws...


28 Hymns to Sing before You Die

by John M. Mulder & F. Morgan Roberts

I remember more hymns than I do sermons. That's the verdict of nearly everyone, including preachers. This is a book for people who love hymns. In this book about twenty-eight of the classic and most cherished...


Eccentricity: A Spirituality of Difference

by David Arthur Auten

The church has been inundated in recent years with literature emphasizing the relational and the value of community. David Auten provides an alternative perspective and counterbalance, bringing our attention...


Dear Brothers: Letters Facing Death

by Richard L. Morgan & Howard C. Morgan

Sooner or later every person faces questions about death and whether there is anything beyond it. This little book consists of personal and sometime private letters between three brothers who realize their own...


Leadership Secrets from the Proverbs: An Examination of Leadership Principles from the Book of Proverbs

by Robert A. Yost & Ray Parker

The book of Proverbs is a cornucopia of practical wisdom on a variety of topics. The insights and truths covered in this book of ancient Hebrew Wisdom literature run the gamut including the nature of true wisdom...


Pursuing the Spiritual Roots of Protest: Merton, Berrigan, Yoder, and Muste at the Gethsemani Abbey Peacemakers Retreat

by Gordon Oyer & Jim Forest

In the fall of 1964, Trappist monk Thomas Merton prepared to host an unprecedented gathering of peace activists. About all we have is a great need for roots, he observed, but to know this is already something....


Teaching for a Culturally Diverse and Racially Just World

by Eleazar S. Fernandez

Cultural and ethnic diversity is the reality of our world, and much more so in this age of heightened globalization. Yet, do our ways of doing theological education match with our current reality and hopes for...


God Is Not Fair, Thank God!: Biblical Paradox in the Life and Worship of the Parish

by George E. Thompson

Life is not fair. What does this reality imply about the nature of God and the destiny of human beings? In this engaging book, Thompson asserts that fairness is not an expectation of the faithful within the...


A Way Out of No Way: The Economic Prerequisites of the Beloved Community

by Michael Greene

In December 2012, the U.S. Department of Labor classified 12.2 million persons as officially unemployed. But that's only the tip of the iceberg. Almost 8 million folks were working part time involuntarily and...


A Lover's Quarrel: A Theologian and His Beloved Church

by Joe R. Jones

Joe Jones, a retired and well-known systematic theologian, confesses he has a lover's quarrel with the church. In wide-ranging writings mostly dating since 2006, he forthrightly argues for a theologically sound...


God the Spirit: Introducing Pneumatology in Wesleyan and Ecumenical Perspective

by Beth Felker Jones

Who is the mysterious Holy Spirit, and why does it matter for the Christian life? How do we know when the Spirit is working? This book introduces the doctrine of the Holy Spirit in the Wesleyan theological tradition...


Pastoral Work: Engagements with the Vision of Eugene Peterson

by Jason Byassee & L. Roger Owens

Eugene Peterson may be the most influential theological writer in the church today. Yet because most of his career has not been in academia there is not much critical engagement with his work. Here some of the...


Justice, Unity, and the Hidden Christ: The Theopolitical Complex of the Social Justice Approach to Ecumenism in Vatican II

by Matthew John Paul Tan

Does social justice promote Christian unity? With reference to paragraph 12 of Unitatis Redintegratio--Vatican II's declaration on ecumenism--this book argues that an emphasis on justice and unity without proper...


Waiting at the Foot of the Cross: Toward a Theology of Hope for Today

by Pamela R. McCarroll & Douglas John Hall

How do we hope in the face of modernity's failure and postmodernity's absence of foundations? How do we hope when the future seems fearful and no clear way forward appears? How do we hope when despair, indifference,...


A Multi-Intentioned View of the Extent of the Atonement

by Gary L., Jr. Shultz & Bruce A. Ware

Christians strongly disagree about the extent of the atonement. Some believe that the atonement only extends to the elect, those whom God chose to save before the foundation of the world. Others believe the...


Is There an Author in This Text?: Discovering the Otherness of the Text

by Peter A. Sutcliffe

The interpretation of any written discourse is problematic, which is the concern of this book. The relevant hermeneutical questions are: Do authors communicate their intention so that understanding of their...