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Relational Theology: A Contemporary Introduction

by Brint Montgomery & Thomas Jay Oord

A growing number of Christians feel drawn to relational theology. The God of the Bible seems thoroughly relational, and we are increasingly aware of our own interrelatedness with others. Contributors to this...

Entering the Fray: A Primer on New Testament Issues for the Church and Academy

by T. Michael W. Halcomb

In modern times the relationship between the church and academy has been strained and tension-filled. Mainstream church culture has often been skeptical of Bible scholars, depicting them as self-serving intellectuals...

Returning to Reality: Thomas Merton's Wisdom for a Technological World

by Phillip M. Thompson

This book synthesizes the diverse reflections on technology by monk and spiritual writer Thomas Merton to develop a compelling contemplative critique of the threats and challenges of nuclear war, communication...

The Petals of a Kansas Sunflower: A Mennonite Diaspora

by Melvin D. Epp

Rather than pledging allegiance to the military effort as dictated by Prussian law in 1867, many devout Anabaptists deemed it prudent to become pioneers in Kansas. The year was 1876 and odd numbered sections...

Nail Scarred Hands Made New: Making Sense of the Gospel in a Violent Latin American Slum

by John Shorack

Cutting-edge missional witness just got bloodier and yet more hopeful than ever! Many Christians in America have lost loved ones who gave their lives in military service to save the country and the free world....

Divine Grace and Emerging Creation: Wesleyan Forays in Science and Theology of Creation

by Thomas Jay Oord

Wesleyans and Wesleyan theology have long been interested in the sciences. John Wesley kept abreast of scientific developments in his own day, and he engaged science in his theological construction. Divine Grace...

The Artist's Torah

by David Harris Ebenbach & Sandy Sasso

The Artist's Torah is an uplifting and down-to-earth guide to the creative process, wide open to longtime artists and first-time dabblers, to people of every religious background--or none--and to every creative...

Creation Made Free: Open Theology Engaging Science

by Thomas Jay Oord

Open Theology offers an advantageous framework for engaging the sciences. With its emphasis upon creaturely freedom, relationality, realist epistemology, and love, Open Theology makes a fruitful dialogue partner...

Free Churches and the Body of Christ: Authority, Unity, and Truthfulness

by Jeffrey W. Cary

Those within the free church tradition have often appealed to the notion of the invisible church to account for the unity of the Body of Christ. A growing number of free church theologians, however, are giving...

Communicating the Faith Indirectly: Selected Sermons, Addresses, and Prayers

by Paul L. Holmer & David J. Gouwens

Volume 3 The Paul L. Holmer Papers: Selected Sermons, Addresses, and Prayers In his teaching and his writing, Paul L. Holmer (1916-2004), Professor of Philosophy at the University of Minnesota (1946-1960) and...

Screwtape's Master Plan: A Satirical Take on Christianity and Culture

by Charles H. Anderton

He's baaack! That infernal demon, Screwtape, from C. S. Lewis's classic book, The Screwtape Letters, has returned. Screwtape is armed with a Master Plan designed to acidify and ultimately destroy the cultural...

Radically Open: Transcending Religious Identity in an Age of Anxiety

by Robert F. Shedinger

America stands in the throes of an anxiety epidemic, yet Americans live in one of the most religious countries in the world? Shouldn't people with deep spiritual roots be less vulnerable to emotional suffering?...

A Faith Embracing All Creatures: Addressing Commonly Asked Questions about Christian Care for Animals

by Tripp York & Andy Alexis-Baker

What is the purpose of animals? Didn't God give humans dominion over other creatures? Didn't Jesus eat lamb? These are the kinds of questions that Christians who advocate compassion toward other animals regularly...

For the Living of These Days: Prayers for a Troubled World

by Joan L. Kavanaugh & James A. Forbes

This is a collection of Joan Kavanaugh's post-9/11 public pastoral prayers delivered at The Riverside Church in New York City. Written with a newspaper in one hand and Bible in the other, they address the issues...

Through with Kings and Armies: The Marriage of George and Jean Edwards

by Rhonda Mawhood Lee

In an era of seemingly endless war, and similarly endless debates about the nature of marriage, Through with Kings and Armies offers a fresh look at what both war and marriage might mean for Christians. This...

The Wendell Cocktail

by Margaret R. Miles

The Wendell Cocktail describes a major social problem, exemplified by the journals of a person with coexisting conditions--mental illness and addiction. Although there are resources for people with each of these...

Decoding Mammon: Money as a Dangerous and Subversive Instrument

by Peter Dominy

Decoding Mammon is an exposition of the negative assessment of money implied in Jesus' statement, You cannot serve God and Mammon. On the basis of the theology enshrined in the Old and New Testaments and in...

God's Mind in That Music: Theological Explorations through the Music of John Coltrane

by Jamie Howison & Don E. Saliers

As part of the growing literature on theology and the arts, God's Mind in that Music explores the substantial theological insight expressed in the music of jazz legend John Coltrane. Focusing on eight of Coltrane's...

The Gospels of the Marginalized: The Redemption of Doubting Thomas, Mary Magdalene, and Judas Iscariot in Early Christian Literature

by Marvin W. Meyer

The Gospels of the Marginalized provides an exciting new study of three of the most maligned figures in the New Testament story of Jesus: Thomas, usually considered the quintessential doubter among the disciples;...

Original Knowing: How Religion, Science, and the Human Mind Point to the Irreducible Depth of Life

by J. Bradley Wigger

Did Lucy know God? Could Neanderthals talk? Was Ardi self-conscious? These are the strange new breed of questions emerging as we discover more and more about our prehistoric origins--questions about knowing....