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  1. Zizek: Paper Revolutionary

    Marko Zlomislić

    Pickwick / MAY 2018

    In this new book, Marko Zlomislić argues that Slavoj Žižek’s work does not contain any sort of radical emancipatory project, especially as it passes through the ideology of... read more »
  2. Zionism through Christian Lenses

    Carole Monica Burnett

    Pickwick / MAR 2013

    Dear to the hearts of many Christians is the land of the Bible, which today is convulsed by strife. Contradictory claims about the past, present, and future of this land can bewilder us. The essays... read more »
  3. Zionism and the Quest for Justice in the Holy Land

    Donald E. Wagner, Walter T. Davis

    Pickwick / JUL 2014

    A critical examination of political Zionism, a topic often considered taboo in the West, is long overdue. Moreover, the discussion of Christian Zionism is usually confined to Evangelical and... read more »
  4. Zealous for the Lord

    Dennis C. Bustin, Barry H. Howson

    Pickwick / APR 2019

    Hanserd Knollys (1609–91) was a godly pastor/leader and prolific writer among the early Calvinistic Baptists of the seventeenth century. His life and ministry demonstrated a heart for the... read more »
  5. You Mean I Don't Have to Tithe?

    David A. Croteau

    Pickwick / FEB 2010

    Tithing is a well-known church practice in our day and age, but do church-goers really practice it? When did the concept of tithing begin? How is it justified? What does the Bible say about... read more »
  6. 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 »
  7. Writing on the Edge

    Charles E. Cruise

    Pickwick / JAN 2019

    In Paul’s angry letter, everything is magnified. His obstructers have insidious motives, their Galatian victims are dense and on the brink of spiritual peril, and the law itself is outmoded... read more »
  8. Writing God and the Self

    Sharon Jebb

    Pickwick / MAY 2011

    Contemporary literature has, for several decades and in various guises, been dominated by questions of identity and the self. It has been forgotten that, until the Enlightenment, theological... read more »
  9. Wounds That Heal

    Simon V. Goncharenko

    Pickwick / DEC 2011

    Is church discipline really necessary? One sixteenth-century Anabaptist reformer certainly thought so. A contemporary of Luther and Zwingli, Balthasar Hubmaier believed that church discipline was... read more »
  10. Wouldn't You Love to Know?

    Ian W. Payne

    Pickwick / AUG 2014

    With all the jumble of human disagreements, how can we know? Can the Christian church think coherently about knowledge? Can it regain confidence in teaching what it knows? In an increasingly... read more »

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