God’s Refugees in Biblical and Contemporary Perspective
Imprint: Pickwick Publications
"Rejection: God's Refugees, edited by Stanley Porter, represents another important contribution to McMaster Divinity College's H. H. Bingham Colloquium in New Testament series. Unlike other studies that focus specifically on diaspora, estrangement, or even exile, Rejection takes a more expansive approach, looking at the religious and social phenomena of rejection over the course of Israelite/Jewish/Christian history. The essays in this stimulating volume look at what it means to be rejected and how God's people who experience rejection cope with all that it entails. These essays and the perceptive responses to them make for a very insightful collection of studies."
--Craig A. Evans, Payzant Distinguished Professor of New Testament, Acadia Divinity College