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  1. Our Shadowed World

    Dominic Kirkham

    Cascade / AUG 2019

    Civilization is often equated with the story of human advancement and progress. Yet it is also the story of human oppression, exploitation, war, and empire. In our own time, modern global... read more »
  2. Orientation to the History of Roman Judaea

    Steve Mason

    Cascade / DEC 2016

    No field of study is livelier than the history of Roman-era Judaea (ca. 200 BC to AD 400). Bold reinterpretations of texts and new archaeological discoveries prompt us constantly to rethink... read more »
  3. Oral Poetry

    Ruth Finnegan

    Wipf and Stock / MAY 2018

    This classic study is an introduction to “oral poetry,” a broad subject which Ruth Finnegan interprets as ranging from American folksongs, Eskimo lyrics, and modern popular songs to... read more »
  4. Old Historians, New Historians, No Historians

    Raphael Israeli

    Wipf and Stock / APR 2016

    This polemical volume tackles the thorny and controversial issue of the vastly different narratives told (or manufactured) by the two parties of the conflict in the Middle East (the Arabs and... read more »
  5. Not Peace But a Sword

    Stephen Baskerville

    Pickwick / AUG 2018

    Not Peace But a Sword provides a case study in religious radicalism, as exemplified by the Puritanism of the English Revolution. Based on sermons preached to the Long Parliament and other... read more »
  6. Northrop

    Fred Anderson

    Resource / JUN 2016

  7. Nineveh and Babylon

    Austen H. Layard

    Wipf and Stock / MAR 2017

    "This volume contains an abridgment of the narrative of my second expedition to Assyria and Babylonia, published in 1853, under the title of 'Nineveh and Babylon.' I have described, in the... read more »
  8. New England Dogmatics

    Maltby Gelston, Robert L. Boss, et al.…

    Pickwick / FEB 2019

    Jonathan Edwards’ (1703–58) ideas are among the most significant to the development of Reformed Theology in America. However brief the life of his intellection tradition, Edwards’... read more »
  9. Nevile Davidson

    Andrew G. Ralston

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2019

    Rev. Dr. A. Nevile Davidson (1899–1976), minister of Glasgow Cathedral for over thirty years, was one of the most distinguished Scottish churchmen of the twentieth century. A living... read more »
  10. Neo-Assyrian Historical Inscriptions and Syria-Palestine

    Jeffrey Kah-Jin Kuan

    Wipf and Stock / FEB 2016

    This dissertation investigates the political and commercial relations among Israel/Judea, Aram-Damascus, and Tyre/Sidon in the ninth and eighth centuries BCE. The work focuses primarily on Assyrian... read more »

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