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  1. You Belong to Christ

    J. Brian Tucker

    Pickwick / JAN 2011

    You Belong to Christ explores the way that the Apostle Paul sought to form the social identity of one of his most important Christ-following communities. It sheds light on the way various social... read more »
  2. You Are There

    Robert Campbell

    Cascade / APR 2016

    You are There: Restoring Churches, People, and Places is a pastoral conversation about creation care. It is a pastoral voice shepherding Christian people in Christian churches towards... read more »
  3. You Are Rich

    Michael A. Halleen

    Wipf and Stock / NOV 2005

    You Are Rich is a collection of short reflections on faith, originally published as weekly email meditations under the title Monday Moments.
    Mike Halleen draws on his experiences as a... read more »
  4. You Are Not Going to Heaven (and why it doesn't matter)

    Wes Bergen

    Wipf and Stock / JUL 2013

    Honesty. Humility. The purpose and future of the church. Useful and not useful parts of the Bible. A doctrine of salvation that includes mosquitoes. These are some of the topics dealt with in this... read more »
  5. You Are My Witnesses

    Charles E. Van Engen

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2009

    Eighty percent of all new church members become part of a local congregation because of a previous relationship or friendship with another member of that congregation. Yet in spite of a number of... read more »
  6. You Are Israel

    Jonathan Teram

    Wipf and Stock / MAY 2018

    Isaiah has a richer theology of creation than any book of the Bible. Isaiah uses the Hebrew word for “create” more than any book of the Bible. Isaiah ends with a vision of the creation... read more »
  7. YHWH, the Husband of Israel

    Seock-Tae Sohn

    Wipf and Stock / NOV 2002

  8. YHWH at Patmos

    Sean McDonough

    Wipf and Stock / JUN 2011

    Sean M. McDonough traces the story of the name YHWH in the New Testament era, and its bearing on the interpretation of Revelation 1:4.
  9. Yet I Loved Jacob

    Prof. Joel S. Kaminsky

    Wipf and Stock / FEB 2016

  10. Yesterday, Today, and What Next?

    Roland H. Bainton

    Wipf and Stock / SEP 2008

    "Having devoted my life to the study of history, I am prompted in my latter days to ask whether one can make sense of it all."
    --from the Introduction

    In this book, Bainton pauses to... read more »

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