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  1. You Shall Not Kill

    Johannes Ude

    Cascade / NOV 2016

    Because the Catholic Church, other Christian churches, and almost every national government permit exceptions to God's commandment that "you shall not kill," Johannes Ude examines Catholic moral... read more »
  2. With Bible in One Hand and Newspaper in the Other

    Charles R. Peterson

    Resource / DEC 2018

    The famous theologian Karl Barth is known for his admonition that Christians should evaluate major news events in the light of the Bible rather than vice versa. This book reviews attempts at... read more »
  3. 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 »
  4. 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 »
  5. 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 »
  6. Wealth of Persons

    John McNerney

    Cascade / AUG 2016

    Thomas Piketty's Capital in the Twenty-First Century initiated a great debate not just about inequality but also regarding the failures found in the economic models used by theoreticians and... read more »
  7. Warlike Christians in an Age of Violence

    Nick Megoran

    Cascade / OCT 2017

    How should Christians respond to war? This age-old question has become more pressing given Western governments’ recent overseas military interventions and the rise of extremist Islamist... read more »
  8. Until Our Minds Rest in Thee

    John Rose

    Cascade / NOV 2019

    Open-mindedness is often celebrated in our modern world—yet the habit of open-mindedness remains under-defined, and may leave Christians with many questions. Is open-mindedness a virtue? What... read more »
  9. Theological Ethics in a Neoliberal Age

    Kevin Hargaden

    Cascade / OCT 2018

    Throughout his ministry, Jesus spoke frequently and unabashedly on the now-taboo subject of money. With nothing good to say to the rich, the New Testament—indeed the entire Bible—is far... read more »
  10. The World Made Otherwise

    Timothy J. Gorringe

    Cascade / NOV 2018

    Many natural scientists believe climate change will bring civilizational collapse. Tim Gorringe argues that behind this threat is a commitment to false values, embodied in our political, economic,... read more »

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