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Fall 2015

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December 1, 2015

For many decades, militant atheism and religious dogmatism have fed off each other. Each intellectual argument and rhetorical flourish acts as encouragement and cause for further passion in the other. 

 

Joshua W. Jipp (Author)
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December 1, 2015

Until recently, many scholars have read Paul’s use of the word Christos as more of a proper name (“Jesus Christ”) than a title, Jesus the Messiah. 

E. P. Sanders (Author)
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December 1, 2015

E. P. Sanders offers an expansive introduction to the apostle, navigating some of the thorniest issues in scholarship in language accessible to the novice and seasoned scholar alike. 

Paul Badham (Author)
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December 1, 2015

Many think that belief in life after death flies in the face of what science has discovered. Paul Badham explores the grounds on which the hope of immortality, central for Christian doctrine, can be revitalized today. 

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December 1, 2015

There are many people who are put off by the doctrines of atonement and redemption. People find it hard to believe in a loving God who appears at the same time to be so angry and vindictive.

 

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December 1, 2015

By almost any reckoning, the Ninety-Five Theses ranks as the most important text of the Reformation, if not in substance at least in impact. 

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December 1, 2015

With humor and examples drawn from art and life, Helen-Ann Hartley argues that to appreciate fully the Bible’s richness and diversity, we have to wrestle critically and creatively with themes that attract us and repel us. 

 

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