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Gnosticism and the New Testament
December 1, 1993
In this helpful survey Pheme Perkins addresses: The origins of Gnosticism The search for pre-Christian Gnosticism Gnosticism and Judaism Gnostic materials...
Beyond Charity: Reformation Initiatives for the Poor
July 1, 1993
The common stereotype is that the Reformers separated public and private morality and were indifferent to the ethical import of social structures and...
Karl Rahner: Theologian of the Graced Search for Meaning
Geffrey B. Kelly
January 1, 1993
Karl Rahner's (1904--1984) vast erudition, deeply creative proposals in all the key theological areas, and pervasive influence made him one of the giants of...
Messianic Exegesis: Christological Interpretation of the Old Test. in Early Christianity
July 20, 1992
Professor Juel defends a simple thesis: "The beginnings of Christian reflection can be traced to interpretation of Israel's scriptures, and the major focus...
Readings in Her Story: Women in Christian Tradition
Barbara J. MacHaffie
January 1, 1992
A unique anthology. Barbara MacHaffie has collected into one volume 74 of the most important Christian documents and passages by and about women. Ranging...
Paganism and Christianity, 100-425 C.E.: A Sourcebook
Eugene N. Lane
January 1, 1992
This book is a collection of nearly 175 documents—from saints, emperors, philosophers, satirists, inscriptions, graffiti, and other interesting...
Adolf von Harnack: Liberal Theology at Its Height
Martin H. Rumscheidt
December 31, 1991
Adolf von Harnack was the most outstanding student of early Christianity in modern times and one of the most persuasive exponents of liberal theology. Although...