Browse Books

Currently Viewing:
  1. Remove This Item Ethics
  2. Remove This Item Pickwick
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4

Grid List

Set Ascending Direction
  1. Who Do the Ngimurok Say That They Are?

    Kevin P. Lines

    Pickwick / APR 2018

    How do missiologists describe the cosmologies of those that Christianity encounters around the world? Our descriptions often end up filtered through our own Western religious categories.... read more »
  2. When Evil Strikes

    Sunday Bobai Agang

    Pickwick / JUN 2016

    Human hostility is not the narrative of a selected few. Since the fall of the grandparents of the human family, Adam and Eve, all humans have continued to participate in the reality of evil.... read more »
  3. Well Played

    Michael Shafer

    Pickwick / JUL 2015

    Should we allow performance-enhancing substances in competitive athletics? The first book of its kind, Well Played answers this question by urging us to a deeper appreciation for the purpose... read more »
  4. The Nature of Environmental Stewardship

    Johnny Wei-Bing Lin

    Pickwick / FEB 2016

    Environmental issues appear deceptively simple: science tells us what the problems are and how to solve them, and, for Christians, the Bible motivates us to care for creation. And yet, both in... read more »
  5. The Greatness of Humility

    Joseph J. McInerney

    Pickwick / FEB 2016

    The jury is out on the virtue of humility. Most people find humility a more attractive character trait in others than its opposites of pride and arrogance. Yet many philosophers, be they ancient or... read more »
  6. Safeguarding the Stranger

    Jayme R. Reaves

    Pickwick / JUL 2016

    What are the resources and teachings in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam that take hospitality--and its call to provide protective hospitality--seriously enough to inform shared action and belief... read more »
  7. Responsible Belief

    Robert M. Frazier

    Pickwick / OCT 2015

    Responsible Belief tackles the problem of fixing the tenacity of believers in forming, holding, and modifying beliefs. In conversation with the history of philosophy and religion, the author... read more »
  8. Religion and Violence

    Dominic Arcamone

    Pickwick / AUG 2015

    The aim of Religion and Violence is to engage dialectically key symbols of religiously motivated violence through the insights of Bernard Lonergan. Sociologists and psychologists argue the... read more »
  9. Redemption That Liberates

    Wonho Jung

    Pickwick / FEB 2018

    This book is for both evangelicals and ecumenicals interested in a holistic approach to the Christian vision of social transformation. The author compares Richard Mouw’s Reformed political... read more »
  10. Principia Meta-Ethica

    Calvin P. Van Reken

    Pickwick / OCT 2015

    Metaethics is the study of moral language, moral ontology, and moral epistemology. This book addresses each of these in a way accessible to both students and professional philosophers.... read more »

Our ImprintsExplore our different imprints . . .-

View Our Publishing Partners »
Explore our different imprints . . . View Our Publishing Partners »
© 2019-2020 Wipf and Stock Publishers. All Rights Reserved.