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  1. "Remain in Your Calling"

    / NOV 2011

    Remain in Your Calling explores the way the Apostle Paul negotiates and transforms existing social identities of the Corinthian Christ-followers in order to extend his gentile mission. Building on... read more »
  2. "Seditious Sectaryes"

    / DEC 2008

    This book offers the first in-depth study of the origins of the Baptist Church in Oxford in the seventeenth century; it charts the people, the places, and the events that helped forge the Baptists... read more »
  3. "The Air I Breathe is Wartburg Air"

    / JUN 2003

    The ministry of William H. Weiblen at Wartburg Theological Seminary bridges the generations from the time of J. Michael Reu and the second generation of Fritschels to the present time of... read more »
  4. "The Church as the Image of the Trinity"

    / JUN 2011

    A resurgence of Trinitarian interest gained momentum in the twentieth century and it is showing little sign of abating in the twenty-first century. This research endeavors to critically evaluate... read more »
  5. "The Eyes of Your Heart"

    / APR 2009

    This book develops a theory of imagining biblically that explores the contributions scripture can make to a new way of thinking about creativity, reading, interpretation, and criticism. The... read more »
  6. "Those Who Call Themselves Jews"

    / AUG 2006

    The nature of Jewish-Christian relations at the end of the first century has been a subject of serious study and considerable debate. The time between 70 and 150 CE is held to be a volatile time in... read more »
  7. "Toward Full Communion" and "Concordat of Agreement"

    / SEP 2001

    The challenge before the Episcopal Church in the United States and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America is one of careful study and evaluation of the work and recommendations of this... read more »
  8. #Occupy the Bible

    / NOV 2013

    Jesus of Nazareth said and did a lot about money and power in his own time. But Jesus wasn't a "free market capitalist," despite what some conservative Christians would like us to believe in the... read more »

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