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Spring 2016

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Release date: 
March 1, 2016

In Jesus’ Abba, one of the greatest theologians of this generation boldly argues for a new view of God, through the eyes of Jesus. John B. Cobb Jr. interprets the whole of Jesus’ life and ministry, death and resurrection, in light of Jesus’ understanding of God. Ultimately, Cobb argues that Jesus’ view of God fits our actual experience today. With this book, John B. Cobb Jr. makes his ultimate and most impassioned plea for use to rediscover God, through Jesus.

Daniel Eppley (Author)
Release date: 
March 1, 2016

This study elucidates the hermeneutic of Richard Hooker, a formative figure of Anglicanism, to recommend it as a resource for promoting dialogue. 

Paul Wallace (Author)
Release date: 
March 1, 2016

Relying on his upbringing as a Baptist, his doctoral work in experimental nuclear physics and gamma-ray astronomy, and his ordination to the gospel ministry, Paul Wallace weaves a book unlike any other in faith-and-science literature. 

E. P. Sanders (Author)
Release date: 
March 1, 2016

In this volume, E. P. Sanders presents five studies that re-examine the nature of Jewish law in the second Temple period. 

Warren Carter (Author)
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March 1, 2016

What are the Gospels and what does it mean to read them? Warren Carter leads the beginning student in an inductive exploration of the New Testament Gospels, asking about their genre, the view that they were written by eyewitnesses, the early church traditions about them, and how they employ Hellenistic biography. 

Walter Altmann (Author) Thia Cooper (Translator)
Release date: 
February 1, 2016

Luther and Liberation recovers the liberating and revolutionary impact of Luther’s theology, read afresh from the perspective of the Latin American context. 

Janice McRandal (Editor)
Release date: 
February 1, 2016

Sarah Coakley is one of the most exciting and creative figures in contemporary theology, forwarding an integrated vision that coheres around the mystical and contemplative core of Christian experience. This volume brings together, around Coakley’s work, a gathering of established and emerging scholars and asks critical questions of Coakley’s systematic theology.

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