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Executing God: Rethinking Everything You've Been Taught about Salvation and the Cross

by Sharon L. Baker

Why did God have to murder his only son to pay our debts? What kind of vengeful, violent God can only be satisfied by vicarious blood atonement? In Executing God, theologian Sharon Baker presents a biblically...

Worship for the Whole People of God: Textbook for Christian Worship

by Ruth C. Duck

"Ruth Duck brings together historical, theological, liturgical, pastoral, cultural, anecdotal, and practical elements in a comprehensive resource that students and ministers will want to use as a reference guide...

Liberation Theology for Armchair Theologians

by Miguel A. De La Torre

In this helpful addition to the Armchair Theologians series, Miguel A. De La Torre provides a concise overview of the global religious movement known as liberation theology that focuses on defining the major...

Psalms for Everyone, Part 1: Psalms 1-72

by John Goldingay

Westminster John Knox Press is pleased to present the seventeen-volume Old Testament for Everyone series. Internationally respected Old Testament scholar John Goldingay addresses Scripture from Genesis to Malachi...

A History of Christian Theology, Second Edition: An Introduction

by William C. Placher & Derek R. Nelson

"William C. Placher . . . is to be congratulated for having done what many would have considered impossible. In slightly more than 300 pages he has chronicled the whole history of Christian theology, from its...

Daily Feast: Meditations from Feasting on the Word, Year A

by Kathleen Long Bostrom & Elizabeth F. Caldwell

Feasting on the Word has quickly become the most popular lectionary commentary series in use today. This series of daily devotionals draws from the wealth of writing in the commentaries to present inspirational...

Sex + Faith: Talking with Your Child from Birth to Adolescence

by Kate Ott

Talking with your child about sex can be scary! Sex + Faith helps parents incorporate their faith values with sexual information so they can answer questions, discuss sexuality at each stage of childhood, and...


by Earl S. Johnson Jr.

In this volume pastor and scholar Earl Johnson, Jr., discusses how the book of Hebrews encouraged people to remain faithful through its claims that Jesus was the true and final revelation of God, God's eternal...

New Meanings for Ancient Texts: Recent Approaches to Biblical Criticisms and Their Applications

by Steven L. McKenzie & John Kaltner

This book is a supplement and sequel to To Each Its Own Meaning, edited by Steven L. McKenzie and Stephen R. Haynes, which introduced the reader to the most important methods of biblical criticism and remains...


by Celia Brewer Sinclair

The Bible's first book contains many well-known stories, some familiar since childhood: creation and the garden of Eden; an ark full of animals adrift in a flood; Abraham and Isaac; the conniving Jacob; and...


by William C. Pender

The book of Revelation is filled with extravagant images that some believe forecast gloom and doom. On the contrary, Revelation intends to encourage its readers, using a type of literature that was common at...


by James D. . Newsome Jr

Weaving together the stories of Moses, the nation of Israel, and the God who rescues and liberates, Exodus becomes a story for our time, a story about seeking and finding a redeeming God in times of separation...

First and Second Samuel

by David C. Hester

During the reigns of Saul and David as recorded in First and Second Samuel, the people of Israel experience fear, disappointment, heartache, and betrayal. The compelling theme that weaves its way through these...

Philippians and Galatians

by Stanley P. Saunders

The letters to the Philippian and Galatian congregations illustrate well the passion and intensity of Paul's writing. Together these letters provide a compelling portrait of a complex original thinker who probably...


by Alyce M. Mckenzie

In this Gospel, Matthew tells the story of Jesus, who is the presence of God and has come to call the faithful to a new level of righteousness. He challenges his disciples to live each day as participants in...

First Corinthians

by Bruce N. Fisk

In First Corinthians, Paul writes to a troubled church at Corinth, urging its members to live a life distinct from the ways of others, governed by the law of love, and affirming of the tenets of the faith. His...


by Gary W. Light

Many of the verses of Isaiah are familiar to us as beloved passages we read and sing each Christmas and Easter season. But Isaiah is more than just a holiday reading. Isaiah speaks of God's relationship to the...


by Richard I. Deibert

Mark challenges the reader to believe in the mystery of God--that even through difficult times, God reigns. Mark's Gospel carries the reader from the desert wilderness to Jerusalem, and from the crisis of the...

Esther and Ruth

by Patricia K. Tull

In classic Interpretation Bible Studies style, Patricia Tull leads the reader through a ten-session study of the entire Old Testament books of Esther, with its stories of faithfulness, courage, and survival,...


by Art Ross & Martha M. Stevenson

The book of Revelation is filled with extravagant images that some believe forecast gloom and doom. On the contrary, Revelation intends to encourage its readers, using a type of literature that was common at...