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The Wars of Religion in France

by James Thompson

The last day of June, 1559, was a gala day in Paris. The marriages of Philip II of Spain with Elizabeth of France, daughter of King Henry II and Catherine de Medici, and that of the French King’s sister, Marguerite...


Practicing the Power

by Sam Storms & Matt Chandler

The Bible teaches us that we are to be filled with God's Spirit and that God's presence and grace is manifested among his people as they serve, love, and minister to one another. Yet some of the gifts that God...


The Quaker Family in Colonial America

by J. William Frost

The Quaker Family in Colonial America is a book by J. William Frost.


So Many Christians, So Few Lions: Is There Christianophobia in the United States?

by George Yancey & David A. Williamson

This is a provocative look at anti-Christian sentiments in America. Drawing on both quantitative and qualitative research, the authors do not attempt to show the prevalence of anti-Christian attitudes but rather...


Moving the Rock: Poverty and Faith in a Black Storefront Church

by Mary E. Abrums

Moving the Rock tells the stories of a group of African American women who belong to a small storefront church in central Seattle.


Dominus Mortis: Martin Luther on the Incorruptibility of God in Christ

by David J. Luy

Modern interpreters typically attach revolutionary significance to Luther’s Christology. This reading of Luther’s theology has sourced a long channel of speculative theology and philosophy. David J. Luy...


John Calvin and The Reformation of the Refugees

by Heiko Oberman

Heiko A. Oberman dedicated the last fifteen years of his scholarly career to the study of John Calvin and the pan-European movement he launched, described by Oberman as the "Reformation of the Refugees". In...


John Calvin and the daughters of Sarah : Women in regular and exceptional roles in the exegesis of Calvin, his predecessors and his contemporaries

by John Lee Thompson

Calvin encouraged female education and, with other reformers, positively reevaluated marriage. This study focuses on the place of women in his exegesis, both Old and New Testament, comparing it with that of...


Luther on Faith and Love: Christ and the Law in the 1535 Galatians Commentary

by Sun-young Kim

There has been a distinct tendency in modern scholarship to underestimate Luther’s teaching on love by overemphasizing his teaching on justification. Calling this tendency into question, this volume advances...


Be Not Afraid!: Building Your Church on Faith and Knowledge

by Frederic M. Roberts

In this in-depth study of eight diverse mainline Protestant congregations, anthropologist Fredric Roberts finds that when local congregations are evaluated by spiritual and religious standards instead of corporate-...


Part of the One Church?: The ordination of women and Anglican identity

by Roger Greenacre

Offers a classical understanding of the Church of England's identity and its place as part of the wider Church. It explores the theological principles behind Anglo-Catholic views of the ordination of women,...


Henry VIII and the Anabaptists

by Albert Pleysier

Henry VIII and the Anabaptists describes a bloody chapter in the reign of the infamous Tudor king. The book begins with the birth of Anabaptism in the city of Zurich and follows the Anabaptists as they search...


Just Wondering, Jesus: 100 Questions People Want to Ask

by Tom Ehrich

What are the questions that are really on the minds of Christians as they try to live out their faith? Author Tom Ehrich challenged readers of his weekly newspaper column and his daily e-mail meditations to...


American Protestants and the Debate over the Vietnam War: Evil was Loose in the World

by George Bogaski

As American Protestant denominations established and adapted their positions on the Vietnam War, they used their theological commitments to shape their foreign policy perspectives. Concurrently, those positions...


A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life

by William Law & J.H. Overton

One of the most remarkable books of devotion ever written, this Enlightenment-era examination of the Christian life was praised by readers as varied as Samuel Johnson, Edward Gibbon, and John Wesley.


The Bible in the Life of the Church

by Clare Amos

The Bible in the Life of the Church project was commissioned by the Anglican Consultative Council at its meeting in Jamaica in May 2009. Its aim is to explore how Anglicans use the Bible and to distill from...


The People Called Shakers

by Edward D. Andrews

Definitive study provides detailed coverage of origins, ideology, industry and art, mode of worship, internal organization of communities. Author's reliance on original manuscript material make this study especially...


A Quaker Prayer Life

by David Johnson

A Quaker prayer life arises from a life of continuing daily attentiveness. The first generation of Quakers followed a covenant with God, based on assidious obedience to the promptings of the Inward Light. This...


John Flavel: Puritan Life and Thought in Stuart England

by Brian H. Cosby

In the first full-length biography of one of the most prominent and influential English Puritans, John Flavel (c.1630-1691), Dr. Brian H. Cosby explores the salient elements of his life and thought in comparison...


Vision Bearers: Dynamic Evangelism in the 21st Century

by Cyril Okorocha & Richard Kew

"This is a book of great hope and quiet judgment. Great efforts are being made and gratifying results coming forth in parts of our communion. This book tells of some and spurs us to greater faithfulness." --The...