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Donna Schaper (Author)
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December 1, 2016

Veteran minister and social justice advocate Donna Schaper has become a fan of the pope, and she has written him a series of letters—love letters, of a sort. She agrees with him on the environment, climate change, love of animals, and concern for the poor. But she has a lovers’ quarrel with him on the issues of women’s ordination and LGBT rights. Her letters are intimate and ornery, affirming and challenging. Pastor Donna loves Pope Francis, and she calls us all to join him in loving the world.

Judith L. Corey (Author)
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December 1, 2016

The author explores the history of this relationship, from ancient pre-scientific and theological explanations through to contemporary science and philosophy.

David K. Bryan (Editor) David W. Pao (Editor)
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December 1, 2016

In Ascent into Heaven in Luke-Acts, leading scholars discuss the ancient, literary and theological contexts of the ascent-into-heaven accounts for the next generation of interpreters.

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December 1, 2016

Being Deified examines the importance of deification to Christian theology and the place of human creativity in deification.

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December 1, 2016

In this collection, MacKinnon’s central writings on the major themes of ecclesiology, and especially the relationship of the church to theology, are gathered in one source: including his two volumes from the 1940 ‘Signposts’ series and a later collection of essays entitled ‘Stripping of the Altars’.

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December 1, 2016

Encountering Reality argues for a new appreciation of T. F. Torrance on epistemology and reality. Torrance emphasizes the distinction between truth and truthfulness, thereby reorienting the discussion from a focus on statements to a focus on being.

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November 1, 2016

Matthew Rothaus Moser presents Balthasar as an alternative to Idealist philosophy, a thinker who develops a religious metaphysics in which the saints’ practices of prayer and contemplation are the chief mode of knowing that the Truth of Being is divine love.

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