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Spring 2014

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Jerry L. Sumney (Author)
Release date: 
June 1, 2014

From its very first pages, The Bible: An Introduction, Second Edition offers clear answers to the most basic questions that first-time students and curious inquirers bring to the Bible. This second edition offers revised chapters and auxiliary material and new discussions of biblical studies methods and the question of inspiration.

Simon J. Joseph (Author)
Release date: 
June 1, 2014

Simon J. Joseph contends that missing from scholars' various conceptions of the "messiah" are the unique conceptions of an Adamic redeemer figure in the Enochic material-conceptions that informed the Q tradition and, he argues, Jesus' own self-understanding.

Release date: 
May 1, 2014
With Empowering Memory and Movement, Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza completes a three-volume look across her influential work and career. Empowering Memory and Movement looks back, but also assesses current challenges and potentialities on the global scene, and envisions an emancipatory future, with a critical and wise engagement with scripture and the interpretive tradition always at the center.
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May 1, 2014
Here Santmire explores the pursuit of a theology bound up with nature and its condition, especially the fragility and fervent expectation of nature's redemption.
Marc H. Ellis (Author)
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May 1, 2014
The new situation of contemporary prophetic challenges the fixed religious landscape of Judaism by reversing traditional boundaries, eschewing power and privilege, and brokering peace through solidarity and common struggle in ecumenical and interfaith contexts.
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May 1, 2014
That Christian missionary efforts have long gone hand-in-hand with European colonization and American imperialist expansion in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries is well recognized. The "Great Commission" has more often been observed than analyzed, however.
Katherine Bain (Author)
Release date: 
May 1, 2014

Moving beyond discussions of patriarchy and prescribed "women's roles" in the Roman world Katherine Bain explores what inscriptional data from Asia Minor can tell us about the actual socioeconomic status of women in the first and second centuries C.E.

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