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Books on ethics and social issues, including moral theology, environmental ethics, peace and pacifism, economic and social justice, and religion and politics.

Just Deceivers

Just Deceivers:

An Exploration of the Motif of Deception in the Books of Samuel

By Matthew Newkirk

An in-depth study of the depiction of lies and deception in 1 and 2 Samuel, demonstrating a complexity of attitude towards falsehood in the text.

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ISBN: 9780227905197
£15.25 + VAT
Justification in a Post-Christian Society

Justification in a Post-Christian Society

By Carl-Henric Grenholm and Göran Gunner (editors)

Essays navigating the social, ethical and theological challenges faced by the Lutheran tradition in today's culturally diverse, post-Christian milieu.

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ISBN: 9780227175231
£19.00

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ISBN: 9780227904473
£11.63 + VAT

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ISBN: 9780227904459
£15.50 + VAT
Karl Barth

Karl Barth:

God's Word in Action

By Paul S. Chung

An insightful analysis of the writings of the German theologian Karl Barth, emphasising the political and social relevance of his thought.

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ISBN: 9780227172667
£29.50

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ISBN: 9780227903230
£26.00 + VAT
Luther's Revolution

Luther's Revolution:

The Political Dimensions of Martin Luther's Universal Priesthood

By Nathan Montover

A revision of the traditional image of Luther as a reactionary political figure, revealing the radical social implications of his theological revolution.

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ISBN: 9780227680148
£15.75

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ISBN: 9780227901168
£12.25 + VAT
Lutheran Identity and Political Theology

Lutheran Identity and Political Theology

By Carl-Henric Grenholm and Göran Gunner (editors)

Essays on issues of identity faced by the Lutheran tradition and its need to develop a coherent political theology to meet the challenges of cultural pluralism.

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ISBN: 9780227175248
£19.00

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ISBN: 9780227904503
£11.63 + VAT

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ISBN: 9780227904480
£15.50 + VAT
Milton's Inward Liberty

Milton's Inward Liberty:

A Reading of Christian Liberty from the Prose to Paradise Lost

By Filippo Falcone

A study of how Milton's work reflects a more complex conception of liberty than is often supposed, seeking an inward, spiritual understanding of freedom.

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ISBN: 9780227174944
£20.50

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ISBN: 9780227903797
£17.00 + VAT
Musing with Confucius and Paul

Musing with Confucius and Paul:

Toward a Chinese Christian Theology

By K.K. Yeo

An innovative exploration of the relationship between Confucianism and Christianity, showing how fruitful interaction can invigorate Christian thought.

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ISBN: 9780227172834
£29.50

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ISBN: 9780227903308
£26.00 + VAT
Nationhood, Providence, and Witness

Nationhood, Providence, and Witness:

Israel in Modern Theology and Social Theory

By Carys Moseley

An examination of the tension between Protestant theology and nationalism, and how it has been influenced by controversies over the status of the Israeli state.

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ISBN: 9780227173978
£23.00

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ISBN: 9780227901755
£19.50 + VAT
Passionate Embrace

Passionate Embrace:

Luther on Love, Body and Sensual Presence

By Elisabeth Gerle

A re-examination of the body and the erotic in Lutheran theology, offering a challenge to more austere and traditional interpretations.

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ISBN: 9780227176894
£27.50

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ISBN: 9780227906774
£24.00 + VAT
Paul's Non-Violent Gospel

Paul's Non-Violent Gospel:

The Theological Politics of Peace in Paul's Life and Letters

By Jeremy Gabrielson

An insightful study of Paul's commitment to peace and non-violence, exploring the personal, theological and political aspects of his thought.

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ISBN: 9780227174654
£17.00