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Spring 2015

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Paula Gooder (Author)
Release date: 
March 1, 2015
Accessible and informed, this book from best-selling author, Paula Gooder, focuses on the events leading up to the first Easter-the Gospel accounts of the death and resurrection of Jesus that are at the very heart of the Christian faith.
Release date: 
March 1, 2015

Examining the different accounts of Hezekiah's reign in 2 Kings, 2 Chronicles, and Isaiah, Song-Mi Suzie Park describes a "Hezekiah complex" in which the king served as a symbol for the vicissitudes of Judah's history.

Release date: 
March 1, 2015

By examining the narrative techniques used in the Deuteronomistic History to portray Israel's kings, Joseph offers a deepened understanding of the worldview and theology of this important biblical work.

Scott Shauf (Author)
Release date: 
March 1, 2015

In this excellent book, Scott Shauf compares the portrayal of the divine in Acts with portrayals of the divine in other ancient historiographical writings.

Jack R. Lundbom (Author)
Release date: 
March 1, 2015

Through careful attention to the structure of Matthew?s Gospel and the place of the Sermon within it, keen sensitivity to the patterns and themes of Israelite prophecy, and judicious comparisons with other Jewish and rabbinic literature, Jack R. Lundbom elucidates the meaning of the Sermon and its continuity with Israel?s prophetic heritage as well as the best of Jewish teaching. By deft appeal to Christian commentators on the Sermon, Lundbom brings its most important themes to life for the contemporary reader.

Joshua D. Genig (Author)
Release date: 
March 1, 2015

In failing to take the sacramentality of the word of God seriously, the preaching of the church has suffered negative consequences, particularly failing to bring about divine participation with Jesus? corporeal humanity in his living word. In order to recover this sacramental reality, this volume argues that one should consider the annunciation to Mary as the paradigm of the corporeal Christ taking up residence in the flesh of his hearer and delivering the fullness of the Godhead.

Release date: 
March 1, 2015

This book proposes a new approach to the dialogue between science and theology based in a thorough philosophical analysis of acting forms of subjectivity involved in the study of the world and in religious experience. The book contributes to the synthesis of appropriation and incorporation of modern philosophical ideas in Christian theology, in particular its Eastern Orthodox form.

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