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  1. When Christ's Body Is Broken

    Leanna K. Fuller

    Pickwick / MAR 2016

    When Christ's Body Is Broken tells the stories of two congregations in conflict. Although these churches had very different problems, they faced similar struggles: to articulate a faithful... read more »
  2. What We Have Seen and Heard

    Michael E. Connors

    Pickwick / MAY 2017

    One of the chief challenges of the Second Vatican Council was to reclaim the meaning of baptism, especially as the foundation of service and mission in the world. Fifty years after the close of... read more »
  3. What Is Religion?

    Nigel Ajay Kumar

    Pickwick / SEP 2013

    What Is Religion? is one of those questions rarely asked by Christian theologians who engage in interreligious discourse. Nigel Kumar makes the case, however, that to answer the question is... read more »
  4. Wesley and Whitefield? Wesley versus Whitefield?

    Ian J. Maddock

    Pickwick / FEB 2018

    John Wesley and George Whitefield were in many ways larger-than-life figures during their own lifetimes and continue to be so today. Yet our ability to appreciate their abiding influence on... read more »
  5. Weaving the American Catholic Tapestry

    Derek C. Hatch, Timothy R. Gabrielli

    Pickwick / MAR 2017

    Concerned that American Catholic theology has struggled to find its own voice for much of its history, William Portier has spent virtually his entire scholarly career recovering a usable past for... read more »
  6. We Shall Not Be Moved

    Jane Ellen Nickell

    Pickwick / OCT 2014

    As Protestant denominations are fracturing over whether to ordain gays and lesbians, this work looks at The United Methodist Church's conversations about the issue, in light of Methodism's historic... read more »
  7. We Give Our Thanks Unto Thee

    Porter C. Taylor

    Pickwick / APR 2019

    Fr. Alexander Schmemann continues to influence liturgical and sacramental theologies some thirty-five years after his death. Despite the wide acceptance within Protestant circles of his timeless... read more »
  8. We Answer to Another

    David T. Koyzis

    Pickwick / MAR 2014

    The quest to escape authority has been a persistent feature of the modern world, animating liberals and Marxists, Westerners and non-Westerners alike. Yet what if it turns out that authority is... read more »
  9. Waters of Promise

    Brandon C. Jones

    Pickwick / SEP 2012

    Many Christians who practice believer baptism struggle to answer basic questions about it, such as: What does it mean to be baptized? How does baptism relate to faith? What does God do through... read more »
  10. Waiting for a Glacier to Move

    Jennifer R. Ayres

    Pickwick / OCT 2011

    When asked about his work for social change, one Presbyterian elder and activist sighed, "You always have the feeling that you're attacking an iceberg with an ice pick. . . . But still, some people... read more »

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