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Confessing the Faith Yesterday and Today

Confessing the Faith Yesterday and Today:

Essays Reformed, Dissenting, and Catholic

By Alan P.F. Sell

A wide-ranging examination of what it means to confess the Christian faith, addressing issues of tolerance and Dissent in historical and modern contexts, and suggesting remedies for the divisions within the Christian Church.

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ISBN: 9780227901830
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Contemporary Muslim and Christian Responses to Religious Plurality

Contemporary Muslim and Christian Responses to Religious Plurality:

Wolfhart Pannenberg in Dialogue with Abdulaziz Sachedina

By Lewis E. Winkler

An analysis of the challenges of religious diversity in the modern world, offering a way forward in a creative synthesis of both Muslim and Christian perspectives on tolerance and pluralism.

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ISBN: 9780227900413
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Content and Method in Christian Theology

Content and Method in Christian Theology:

A Case Study of the Thought of Nels Ferré

By Alan P.F. Sell

An illuminating exploration of how methodological approaches can affect theological conclusions and vice versa, taking the writings of the Swedish-American theologian Nels Ferré as a case in point.

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ISBN: 9780227903698
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ISBN: 9780227903681
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Contextual Theology

Contextual Theology:

The Drama of Our Times

By Paul Duane Matheny

A challenging exposition of the need to move away from old Westernised models of Christendom, and to contextualise theological discourse within the diversity of cultures that make up the world Church.

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ISBN: 9780227901045
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Contextual Theology for the Twenty-First Century

Contextual Theology for the Twenty-First Century

By Stephen B. Bevans and Katalina Tahaafe-Williams (editors)

A collection of essays exploring a new and inclusive approach to theology that is sensitive to the diversity of cultural contexts within the modern, global Church.

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ISBN: 9780227900956
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Contextualization of Sufi Spirituality in Seventeeth and Eighteenth-Century China

Contextualization of Sufi Spirituality in Seventeeth and Eighteenth-Century China:

The Role of Liu Zhi 1662–1730

By David Lee

A significant study of the writings of the Chinese Muslim scholar Liu Zhi and his innovative role in contextualising Islamic texts for a Chinese cultural audience. Includes translations of some of his key works.

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ISBN: 9780227905876
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A Convergent Model of Renewal

A Convergent Model of Renewal:

Remixing the Quaker Tradition in a Participatory Culture

By C. Wess Daniels

An exploration of the tensions between maintaining tradition and encouraging innovation and participation in the faith community, offering a model that bridges the gap drawn from the Quaker experience.

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ISBN: 9780227904855
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Corporate Decision-Making in the Church of the New Testament

Corporate Decision-Making in the Church of the New Testament

By Jeff Brown

A social-historical examination of the decision-making processes within the early church as depicted in the New Testament, emphasising the two-way interaction between the leadership and their congregations.

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ISBN: 9780227902790
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Creationism and the Conflict over Evolution

Creationism and the Conflict over Evolution

By Tatha Wiley

A concise and accessible analysis of the controversy between evolution and creationism that rejects simplistic science-versus-religion stereotypes, and shows how creationism is theologically as well as scientifically flawed.

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ISBN: 9780227903032
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The Crisis of Global Capitalism

The Crisis of Global Capitalism:

Pope Benedict XVI's Social Encyclical and the Future of Political Economy

By Adrian Pabst (editor)

A selection of essays exploring the contribution of the papal encyclical Caritas in Veritate to the development of a socially just 'third way' between socialist statism and free-market capialism.

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ISBN: 9780227901373
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Cross Theology

Cross Theology:

The Classical Theologia Crucis and Karl Barth's Modern Theology of the Cross

By Rosalene Bradbury

An astute and thought-provoking analysis of the theologia crucis and the significance of Karl Barth as a modern exponent of this theological tradition.

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ISBN: 9780227900291
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Culture in a Post-Secular Context

Culture in a Post-Secular Context:

Theological Possibilities in Milbank, Barth and Bediako

By Alan Thomson

A critique of the over-reliance of contemporary theologians on secular conceptions of culture, showing that the traditions already exist on which to build an understanding of culture in specifically theological terms.

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ISBN: 9780227902776
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A Darkened Reading

A Darkened Reading:

A Reception History of the Book of Isaiah in a Divided Church

By Robert L. Knetsch

Using the factionalised state of 19th Century Anglicanism as its historical model, this is a challenging discussion of how divisions with the church have driven the emergence of competing approaches biblical interpretation.

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ISBN: 9780227903803
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Death and Resurrection

Death and Resurrection:

The Shape and Function of a Literary Motif in the Book of Acts

By Dennis J. Horton

An in-depth exploration of the motif of death and resurrection in the Acts of the Apostles, and the theological and sociological role that it plays in the Lukan narrative.

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ISBN: 9780227903049
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Death in Second-Century Christian Thought

Death in Second-Century Christian Thought:

The Meaning of Death in Earliest Christianity

By Jeremiah Mutie

A carefully researched analysis of how the early church developed a distinctively Christian understanding of death, synthesising pagan and scriptural ideas.

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ISBN: 9780227904787
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The Death of the Messiah and the Birth of the New Covenant

The Death of the Messiah and the Birth of the New Covenant:

A (Not-So) New Model of the Atonement

By Michael J. Gorman

A biblically-informed study that breathes new life into the debate over the nature of the Atonement, putting the focus squarely on the ultimate purpose of Christ's redemptive sacrifice – ushering in a new covenant of peace.

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ISBN: 9780227903766
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Denuded Devotion to Christ

Denuded Devotion to Christ:

The Ascetic Piety of Protestant True Religion in the Reformation

By Larry D. Harwood

An insightful and informative study of how Protestantism developed a restrictive and over-conceptualised image of God that neglected the physical aspects of Christian understanding and worship.

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ISBN: 9780227901861
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Describing the Hand of God

Describing the Hand of God:

Divine Agency and Augustinian Obstacles to the Dialogue between Theology and Science

By Robert Brennan

An exploration of how traditional understandings of God's agency have complicated theology's rapprochement with science, and how an alternative post-Augustinian approach offers a way forward.

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ISBN: 9780227905326
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