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  1. Wild Everything

    / JUL 2019

    When we encounter the wild, our souls wake up. Something deep inside us stirs. We come alive.



    As we age, we forget this enchantment. We forget who our childhood selves knew we... read more »
  2. When You Fast

    / JUN 2019

    In our present age in which apostolic Christianity is a foreign notion to many Christians, it is of little wonder that many of the beliefs of our ancient fathers have been deemed outdated,... read more »
  3. Transformation in Christ

    / JUN 2019

    Although Paul used language similar to the religions and cultures of his time, he had a unique understanding of the “mystery” of God. The once-hidden plan of God was revealed and... read more »
  4. The Radical Invitation of Jesus

    / JUL 2019

    The book addresses the way we are able to understand the radical invitation of Jesus. The invitation is to those who heard Jesus in the first century, the intervening centuries, and those in the... read more »
  5. The Pentecostal Paradox

    / JUL 2019

    In 1906, a new religious phenomenon emerged from California. Then, just over sixty years later, a million-fold expansion occurred. What was the catalyst for this explosion of growth? The... read more »
  6. The Gospel of John in Christian History, (Expanded Edition)

    / JUL 2019

    This collection of essays on John by J. Louis Martyn gathers four additional Johannine essays into a single volume, augmenting the three published earlier in The Gospel of John in Christian... read more »
  7. Studies in Medieval Philosophy

    Etienne Gilson

    Yes / JUN 2019

    Those new to Gilson can get a sense of the theme that dominated most of his life’s work in the central essay on the historical significance of Thomism. Those familiar with him will perhaps be... read more »
  8. Rereading Romans from the Perspective of Paul's Gospel

    / JUL 2019

    Paul did not write a systematic theology or specific church doctrines when he wrote Romans. His audience was Roman Christians, and his last will was to preach the gospel to all, especially gentiles... read more »
  9. Radical Charity

    / JUN 2019

    Right now, there is a movement in churches and nonprofits arguing that charity is toxic, that helping hurts, and that the entire nonprofit sector needs to be reformed to truly lift people out of... read more »
  10. Prepare, Succeed, Advance, Second Edition

    / JUN 2019

    What if you had a guidebook that you could turn to at each stage of your academic journey to help you navigate through the process of getting a PhD in Biblical Studies and succeeding in the... read more »

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