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Spring 2014

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April 1, 2014
In Rumors of Resistance, Amanda C. Miller uses Scott's theory to explain tensions within the narrative of the Gospel of Luke, between more accommodationist narratives and poetic or parabolic passages that announce a dramatic eschatological reversal.
Eric J. Trozzo (Author)
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April 1, 2014
Rupturing Eschatology is Eric Trozzo's constructive retrieval of Luther's theology of the cross for the purpose of establishing a contemporary Lutheran and "emerging" account of the cross, silence, and eschatology.
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April 1, 2014
A skilled and compassionate storyteller, McCarroll introduces readers to five expressions of hope through detailed and poignant case studies.
Andrew Root (Author)
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April 1, 2014
Root here seeks to create a practical theology that is properly and fully theological, post-postmodern, post-Aristotelian, and that attends to doctrines such as divine action and justification.
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April 1, 2014

Drawing on both theological approaches and real life experiences, Coyle creates a contextual pastoral theology that helps caregivers find the power of God in people's stories.

R. Alan Culpepper (Author of the Foreword) Cornelis Bennema (Author)
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April 1, 2014

Bennema offers a full, comprehensive, and non-reductionist theory for the analysis, classification, and evaluation of characters in the New Testament.

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April 1, 2014

Kaiser examines the phenomenon of "kyriocentric" visions in Second Temple Judaism, asking whether such traditions are sufficient to account for the shape of early claims regarding the divinity of Christ.

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