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  1. The Hermeneutical Quest

    Donald G. Miller

    Pickwick / JAN 1986

  2. The Church Made Strange for the Nations

    Paul G. Doerksen, Karl Koop

    Pickwick / SEP 2011

    Christians have sometimes professed that the church ought to be "in the world but not of it," yet the meaning and significance of this conviction has continued to challenge and confound.... read more »
  3. The Arminian Confession of 1621

    Mark A. Ellis

    Pickwick / AUG 2005

    In 1621, two years after their hopes for free and open debate were dashed at the Synod of Dort, the colleagues and students of Jacobus Arminius published the 'Confession or Declaration of the... read more »
  4. Speculative Theology and Common-Sense Religion

    Linden J. DeBie

    Pickwick / MAY 2008

    Evangelicals in nineteenth-century America had a headquarters at Princeton. Charles Hodge never expected that a former student of Princeton and his own replacement during his hiatus in Europe, John... read more »
  5. Seeking in Solitude

    Bernadette McNary-Zak

    Pickwick / JUN 2014

    Seeking in Solitude examines select forms of contemporary Roman Catholic eremitic life and practice in the United States. Given the sustained presence of, and increased interest in, the... read more »
  6. Seasons of the Heart

    Sara Henderson Hay, Agnes Dodds Kinard, et al.…

    Pickwick / JAN 1989

  7. Searching for Lost Coins

    Ann Loades

    Pickwick / JAN 1988

  8. Schleiermacher on Christian Consciousness of God's Work in History

    Abraham Varghese Kunnuthara

    Pickwick / JAN 2008

    This work is a fresh, unusually lucid approach to Christian theology and interfaith dialogue from India. Its basic aim is to examine "the Christian consciousness of God's work in... read more »
  9. Saints: Visible, Orderly, and Catholic

    Alan P.F. Sell

    Pickwick / JAN 1986

  10. Reading Auschwitz with Barth

    Mark R. Lindsay

    Pickwick / JAN 2014

    It has been widely accepted that few individuals had as great an influence on the church and its theology during the twentieth century as Karl Barth (1886-1968). His legacy continues to be explored... read more »

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