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Spring 2014

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William H. Willimon (Author of the Foreword) Clint Schnekloth (Author)
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February 1, 2014
The church struggles with media. Whether it is a denomination negotiating the 24-hour news cycle or a church evaluating how online games influence the youth group, the role of media in the church, and the importance of understanding media for the church, has never been greater.
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February 1, 2014

At the origin of the Watchers tradition is the single enigmatic reference in Genesis 6 to the “sons of God” who had intercourse with human ...

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February 1, 2014

Felipe Legarreta gives careful attention to patterns of exegesis in Second-Temple Judaism and identifies, for the first time, a number of motifs by which Jews drew ethical implications from the story of Adam and his expulsion from Eden.

Gary Keogh (Author)
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February 1, 2014

Reading Richard Dawkins illustrates how dialogue with antithetical viewpoints offers new perspectives on classical theological problems. Keogh demonstrates how a dialogical paradigm may take shape-one which is up to the task of facing its critics in the context of modern academia.

Terence Bateman (Author)
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February 1, 2014

Terence Bateman provides an overview of Fiorenza's theological biography and explicates the major contours of Fiorenza's vital contributions to theological method, foundational, systematic and constructive theology, and the practical function of religion in society and politics.

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February 1, 2014

In this volume, Ernest Simmons asks what the current scientific understanding of the natural world might contribute to our reflection upon the relationship of God and the world in a Triune fashion.

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February 1, 2014

Matthew Lewis Sutton argues that the eternal, immanent relations of the Triune God ground the mystical theological vision of Adrienne von Speyr

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