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Theology, University, Humanities: Initium Sapientiae Timor Domini

by Christopher Craig Brittain & Francesca Aran Murphy

This book discusses the relationship between theology and the humanities and their shared significance within contemporary universities. Taking up this complex question, twelve scholarly authors analyze the...


Burning Center, Porous Borders: The Church in a Globalized World

by Eleazar S. Fernandez

Burning Center, Porous Borders articulates what the church is and is called to be about in the world, a world now globalized to the point that the local is lived globally and the global is lived locally. The...


Holiness as a Liberal Art

by Daniel Castelo

Holiness is a topic that is rarely discussed in Christian colleges and seminaries, yet the rationale for the existence of these institutions is that they provide environments where people can grow into the image...


Polemics and Provocations: Essays in Anticipation of the Daughter

by Paul Gilk

In the twelfth century, an Italian monk named Joachim caught the attention of the Christian West by announcing the Three Ages of the World. Joachim arrived at his formulation by a meshing of the Christian Trinity...


Enoch and the Gospel of Matthew

by Amy E. Richter

Matthew's Gospel contains material unique to it among the canonical Gospels. What is the background for this material? Why does the writer of Matthew's Gospel tell the story of Jesus in the way he does--including...


Basil of Caesarea: A Guide to His Life and Doctrine

by Andrew Radde-Gallwitz

Studying the early church can feel like entering a maze of bishops, emperors, councils, and arcane controversies. This book introduces early Christian theology by focusing on one particularly influential figure,...


Green Politics Is Eutopian: Essays in Anticipation of the Daughter

by Paul Gilk

Various thinkers have attempted to explain the Earth-altering (even ecocidal) features in modern life. Jacques Ellul, for instance, a French intellectual, became famous for his exposition of technique. But technique...


Entering the Stream: Poems about Union

by N. Thomas Johnson-Medland

The notion and phrase of entering the stream has long been an image for merger and union. Most often it is meant to sum up the idea of union with the Divine Principle or God. Less often, yet still common, it...


Resistant Hope: Fighting Back against Suffering

by Elaine G. Siemsen

Many books on the market are designed to help us through times of suffering. They all offer answers and proposals for why we suffer, for what purpose is to be found in this experience, and for how can we go...


Cairn-Space: Poems, Prayers, and Mindful Amblings about the Places We Set Aside for Meaning, Prayer, and the Sacramental Life in the New Monasticism

by N. Thomas Johnson-Medland

Cairns have decorated the landscapes of cultures throughout time. Piles of stone-one stone placed on top of another-are set in place all over the earth to recall battles, identify burial sites, mark trails,...


Bridges, Paths, and Waters; Dirt, Sky, and Mountains: A Portable Guided Retreat on Creation, Awe, Wonder, and Radical Amazement

by N. Thomas Johnson-Medland

When we stand in the presence of the natural world of creation, something very powerful occurs. Our heart senses a raw and vital connection between ourselves and the handiwork of God revealed in the trees and...


The Son of Man as the Last Adam: The Early Church Tradition as a Source of Paul's Adam Christology

by Yongbom Lee

Most New Testament scholars today agree that Jesus used an enigmatic self-designation, bar nasha (the Son of Man), translated into Greek as ho huios tou anthropou in the Synoptic Gospels. In contrast, Paul,...


Salt, Light, and a City: Introducing Missional Ecclesiology

by Graham Hill & Michael Frost

Enormous challenges and opportunities face the Christian church in our globalized, rapidly changing world. It is becoming increasingly clear that the church and its leaders need a missional self-understanding....


Defining the Church for Our Time: Origin and Structure, Variety and Viability

by Peter Schmiechen

The church is broken and we cannot fix it. Faith in God is disconnected from churches. Mainline churches are deeply divided, and their budgets and congregations have diminished, with no agreement for recovery....


Words Unspoken: An Invitation to Christian Faith

by Peter Schmiechen

This is a chance to explore the meaning of Christian faith for those in and outside of churches: adults who left the church in their youth, the many religious refugees pushed out by churches, as well as those...


Waiting for Gospel: An Appeal to the Dispirited Remnants of Protestant "Establishment"

by Douglas John Hall

Christianity, as faith centered in Jesus as the Christ came to be called, got a foothold in the world, and for a vital and vocal minority changed the world, because it proclaimed a message that awakened men...


The Letter of James: Worship to Live By

by John Paul Heil

This book proposes a new and comprehensive chiastic structure as well as a new unifying theme for the Letter of James. In accord with this structure that organizes its oral performance, the words worship to...


Religion and Cult: The Old Testament and the Phenomenology of Religion

by Sigmund Mowinckel & K. C., Hanson

In this innovative work, Mowinckel employs the phenomenology of religion to investigate how religion was lived and experienced in ancient Israel and Judah. Using his considerable expertise, he draws important...


Barth and Rationality: Critical Realism in Theology

by D. Paul La Montagne & Bruce L. McCormack

This work brings the critically realistic interpretation of Barth's dialectical theology into conversation with the modern dialogue between science and theology. Philosophy of science, philosophy of mathematics...


No!: A Theological Response to Christian Reconstructionism

by Paul C. McGlasson

Sometimes theological ideas are good topics for ongoing debate. Other times, the community of faith needs to come to a decision: yes or no. Christian Reconstructionism offers the Christian church a basic approach...