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Spring 2015

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Janice McRandal (Author)
Release date: 
February 1, 2015

McRandal argues that the doctrinal narrative of creation, fall, and redemption provides resources to resolve the theological impasse of difference in contemporary feminist theology.

Julie K. Aageson (Contributor) John Borelli (Contributor) John Klassen (Contributor) Derek R. Nelson (Contributor) Martha Stortz (Contributor) Jessica Wrobleski (Contributor)
Release date: 
January 12, 2015

One Hope: Re-Membering the Body of Christ is a rich ecumenical resource designed to help Catholic and Lutheran communities mark the approaching 500th anniversary of the Reformation...

Release date: 
January 1, 2015
This book argues for a theological methodology in engaging the arts and puts forward a theological model for understanding human creativity in the light of Jesus' sacrificial redemption.
Mark D. Nanos (Editor) Magnus Zetterholm (Editor)
Release date: 
January 1, 2015
These chapters explore a number of issues in the contemporary study of Paul raised by questing what it means to read Paul from within Judaism? rather than supposing that he left the practice and promotion of living Jewishly behind after his discovery of Jesus as Christ (Messiah). This is a different question to those which have driven the "New Perspective" over the last thirty years, which still operates from many traditional assumptions about Paul's motives and behavior, viewing them as inconsistent with and critical of Judaism.
Troy W. Martin (Editor)
Release date: 
January 1, 2015
Rhetorical criticism is now an established discipline in New Testament interpretation, but "rhetorical criticism" means very different things to different practitioners. This book gathers critical appreciations of five pioneers of rhetorical criticism and responses from the pioneers themselves or their representatives, along with an evaluation of 'the rhetoric of rhetorical criticism."
Release date: 
January 1, 2015

Theological conversations about violence typically frame the conversation in terms of victim and perpetrator. Comprehensive theological responses to violence must also address the role of collective passivity of bystanders of violence. Beyond Apathy examines the theological significance of bystander participation in patterns of violence and violation within contemporary Western culture, giving particular attention to the social issues of bullying, white racism, and sexual violence. In doing so, it constructs a theology of redeeming grace for bystanders to violence that foregrounds the significance of social action in bringing about God's community.

Alistair Young (Author)
Release date: 
January 1, 2015

Economist Alistair Young argues that environmental policy raises important ethical and theological issues around uncertainty, inequality the rights of traditional communities, and the obligation to respect nonhuman creation.

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