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  • Blessing and Beseeching: Seventy Prayers Inspired by the Scriptures

    Blessing and Beseeching: Seventy Prayers Inspired by the Scriptures

    Collected here are seventy new prayers that grew from Gail Ramshaw's close reading of the Bible in the quietest months of the pandemic. Surprises and riches are found on every page. By turns bold and humble, universal and deeply personal, Ramshaw's poetry in prayer will inspire individual reflection and enrich public worship settings alike.

    9781506484990

    $19.99

  • The First Advent in Palestine: Reversals, Resistance, and the Ongoing Complexity of Hope

    The First Advent in Palestine: Reversals, Resistance, and the Ongoing Complexity of Hope

    Bringing us the untold--often hidden--story of Advent, Kelley Nikondeha takes us back to the original landscapes. Then, as now, Palestine was the geographic, socioeconomic, and political backdrop of the Gospel narratives that wrestle with dark themes of violence, exploitive economics, and abuse to arrive at the hard-won hope of Jesus's birth.

    9781506474793

    $24.99

  • Interrupting a Gendered, Violent Church

    Interrupting a Gendered, Violent Church

    Working at the intersections of gender studies and Christian theology--particularly diverse feminist and queer theologies--this book points to the real ways churches foster violence around gender. This volume discusses this violent reality while also exploring church as a nexus for resistance to gender-based violence.

    9781506431598

    $23.00

  • The Psychology of Christian Nationalism: Why People Are Drawn In and How to Talk Across the Divide

    The Psychology of Christian Nationalism: Why People Are Drawn In and How to Talk Across the Divide

    How do we overcome polarization in American society? How do we advocate for justice when one side won't listen to the other and cycles of outrage escalate? These questions have been pressing for years, but the emergence of a vocal, virulent Christian nationalism have made it even more urgent that we find a way forward.

    9781506482118

    $21.00

  • Deuteronomy for the Church: Who We Are, What God Requires

    Deuteronomy for the Church: Who We Are, What God Requires

    Deuteronomy's core theology expressed in the Shema forms the structure of the book: What does it mean to "hear"? Who is "all Israel"? How does the identity of the one Lord shape ethics? The competence to be God's people, to know God, and to do God's will comes only through hearing the transforming Word of God in Scripture.

    9781506474755

    $36.00

  • Beyond Dalit Theology: Searching for New Frontiers

    Beyond Dalit Theology: Searching for New Frontiers

    This book is a critique of Dalit theology, with proposals for the future directions of a theology of social transformation in India. It explores new ways of doing Christology, pneumatology, and ecclesiology, and ultimately argues for the need of a new public theology in the changing religious-political contexts of India.

    9781506478852

    $29.00

  • Scapegoats: The Gospel through the Eyes of Victims

    Scapegoats: The Gospel through the Eyes of Victims

    Christians today tend to read the New Testament as victors, not as victims. The Gospels then become one story about individual salvation rather than distinct representations of Jesus's revolutionary work on behalf of victims. Scapegoats revisits the Gospels through the lens of the scapegoats' stories where the kingdom of God is revealed.

    9781506469379

    $34.00

  • Texts of Terror (40th Anniversary Edition): Literary-Feminist Readings of Biblical Narratives

    Texts of Terror (40th Anniversary Edition): Literary-Feminist Readings of Biblical Narratives

    In this seminal work of biblical scholarship, Phyllis Trible focuses on four variations on the theme of terror in the Bible as she reinterprets the stories of four women in ancient Israel. Trible shows how these neglected stories--interpreted in memoriam--challenge both the misogyny of Scripture and its use in church, synagogue, and academy.

    9781506481388

    $22.00

  • The Way of Abundance: Economic Justice in Scripture and Society

    The Way of Abundance: Economic Justice in Scripture and Society

    In The Way of Abundance, economist and minister Edith Rasell examines the Old and New Testament teachings on economic justice through the evolution of ancient economic orders and systems. While scriptural instructions address economies in the past, Rasell identifies consistent, recurring principles to construct a vision for a just economy today.

    9781506469829

    $34.00

  • Interconnections of Asian Diaspora: Mapping the Linkages and Discontinuities

    Interconnections of Asian Diaspora: Mapping the Linkages and Discontinuities

    This book paints a portrait of the widespread dispersion and establishment of distinctively Asian Christian communities in their places of settlement. The essays argue that migration has made Asian Christianity more global and explores how Asian-diaspora communities are playing a decisive role in transforming and advancing Christian faith.

    9781506478289

    $26.00

  • Unmasking the African Ghost: Theology, Politics, and the Nightmare of Failed States

    Unmasking the African Ghost: Theology, Politics, and the Nightmare of Failed States

    Africa is continuously redefining itself in the face of Eurocentrism, misery, and oppression. Unmasking the African Ghost is a theological exploration of why the political and economic systems of so many African countries have failed and a proposal for paths toward renewing the social order.

    9781506479439

    $39.00

  • Binding the Ghost: Theology, Mystery, and the Transcendence of Literature

    Binding the Ghost: Theology, Mystery, and the Transcendence of Literature

    Binding the Ghost considers the theological depth, resonance, and mystery of the acts of reading and writing. Ed Simon presents a lyrical, incisive, and humane sacralization of reading and writing that takes into account the wonder, enchantment, and mystery of the very idea of poetry and fiction.

    9781506478777

    $32.00

  • Imagining Our Neighbors as Ourselves: How Art Shapes Empathy

    Imagining Our Neighbors as Ourselves: How Art Shapes Empathy

    In order to truly love and welcome others, we need to exercise our imaginations and see people more as God sees them instead of according to our own inadequate and ungracious labels. Mary McCampbell examines how narrative art expands our imaginations and, in so doing, emboldens our ability to love our neighbors as ourselves.

    9781506473901

    $28.00

  • The Promise of Not-Knowing: A New New Testament Reading

    The Promise of Not-Knowing: A New New Testament Reading

    In The Promise of Not-Knowing, David Fredrickson challenges readers and interpreters of the New Testament to engage the text not simply for its usefulness or practicality, but rather to explore the text with a sense of mystery, expecting and hoping to have one's world shaken by the otherness that haunts the familiar.

    9781451496314

    $34.00

  • Telugu Christians: A History

    Telugu Christians: A History

    By confessing the Lordship of Christ, taking on Christian practices, and affiliating with the global church, Telugu Christianity is truly Christian. This volume analyzes the social life of Telugu Christians, local worldviews, and historical realities that shaped the evolution of Telugu faith.

    9781506469430

    $39.00

  • Texts of Terror (40th Anniversary Edition): Literary-Feminist Readings of Biblical Narratives

    Texts of Terror (40th Anniversary Edition): Literary-Feminist Readings of Biblical Narratives

    In this seminal work of biblical scholarship, Phyllis Trible focuses on four variations on the theme of terror in the Bible as she reinterprets the stories of four women in ancient Israel. Trible shows how these neglected stories--interpreted in memoriam--challenge both the misogyny of Scripture and its use in church, synagogue, and academy.

    9781506483269

    $29.00

  • Miracle in Isaiah: Divine Marvel and Prophetic World

    Miracle in Isaiah: Divine Marvel and Prophetic World

    Isaiah is a miracle. Divine wonder can be found in its testimonies to God's communication with people, in reminders of God's acts long ago, in reports of God's acts of rescue of his people, in God's promised acts of restoration in the future, and in God's extraordinary acts toward other peoples. The extraordinary binds the prophecy together.

    9781506481791

    $24.00

  • Digital Communion: Marshall McLuhan's Spiritual Vision for a Virtual Age

    Digital Communion: Marshall McLuhan's Spiritual Vision for a Virtual Age

    Digital Communion explores the religious history of mass communication, focusing on Marshall McLuhan's vision of the electronic world as a place of potential spiritual exchange. McLuhan's Catholicism deeply informed his theory, which in turn reveals how we can cultivate a more spiritual vision of the internet.

    9781506471143

    $26.99

  • J. H. Oldham and George Bell: Ecumenical Pioneers

    J. H. Oldham and George Bell: Ecumenical Pioneers

    An introduction to two British shapers of ecumenical thought in the twentieth century, J. H. Oldham and Bishop George Bell. Oldham pioneered new thinking on social, racial, and international issues, while Bell used his stature to give voice in support of the oppressed in Nazi Germany. Both aided in the formation of the World Council of Churches.

    9781506470009

    $29.00

  • Untimely Christianity: Hearing the Bible in a Secular Age

    Untimely Christianity: Hearing the Bible in a Secular Age

    In Untimely Christianity, acclaimed poet and literary scholar Michael Edwards calls for a countercultural Christianity that recovers the Bible's radical otherness and renews our attention to its message. Rich in theology, philosophy, poetry, biblical interpretation, and cultural criticism, the book calls readers to encounter the Bible anew.

    9781506480879

    $28.00

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