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Harold W. Attridge (Editor) Robert Doran (Author)
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August 15, 2012

The second-century B.C.E. Maccabean revolt against Seleucid oppression was a watershed event in early Jewish history and Second Maccabees is an important...

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August 1, 2012
Douglas E. Oakman argues that advances in our social-scientific understanding of the political economy of Roman Galilee, as well as advances in the so-called "Third Quest" for the historical Jesus, warrant a revival of H. S. Reimarus's understanding of Jesus as an instigator of revolutionary change.
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August 1, 2012
Caregiving practices in churches often center around listening and giving counsel, making referrals, and creating support groups for specific needs. In Caring Liturgies...
Eric A. Seibert (Author)
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August 1, 2012
No one can read far in the Hebrew Bible without encountering depictions of violence carried out by human beings, sometimes in the name of God, or indeed...
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July 1, 2012
Reinhold Niebuhr argued that one of the fundamental challenges to human existence is the anxiety caused by our desire to be perfect and godlike while knowing...
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July 1, 2012
Philemon is as important a letter from an African American perspective as Romans or Galatians has proven to be in Eurocentric interpretation. Here the editors...
Bruce Chilton (Editor) Jacob Neusner (Editor) Anthony LeDonne (Editor)
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July 1, 2012

Jesus was a Jew and not a Christian. That affirmation may seem obvious, but here an international cast of Jewish and Christian scholars spell ...

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