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  1. Written for Our Learning

    Benjamin C. Sargent

    Cascade / JUL 2016

    The idea of determinate or single meaning in biblical interpretation has long been considered to be a purely modern idea, indissolubly wedded to the hermeneutics of historical criticism. At a time... read more »
  2. Writing Up Jeremiah

    Jack R. Lundbom

    Cascade / JUL 2013

    This book seeks to place before a broad audience essays on Jeremiah and the book of Jeremiah. A poem featuring Jeremiah is also included. There are technical essays on text criticism, form... read more »
  3. Wounded Lord: Reading John Through the Eyes of Thomas

    Robert H. Smith, Donna Duensing

    Cascade / SEP 2009

    John's gospel does not record "Thomas's doubt," as later generations of Christians have branded the story. Rather, John presents Thomas's faith. In this work, Robert H. Smith approaches Thomas as... read more »
  4. Worship in the Letter to the Hebrews

    John Paul Heil

    Cascade / OCT 2011

    This book seeks a more comprehensive understanding and appreciation for the Letter to the Hebrews by examining it from the viewpoint of its prominent theme of worship. It aims to demonstrate the... read more »
  5. Women, Leadership, and the Bible

    Natalie R. Wilson Eastman

    Cascade / MAY 2014

    What do you believe about women's roles in church leadership? Should women lead groups that include men? Should women preach? Should women be ordained?

    More importantly, why do you believe... read more »
  6. Women in Ministry

    Shannon Smythe

    Cascade / APR 2015

    Does Scripture exclude women from full participation in all forms of Christian ministry simply on the basis of gender? What insights can the church’s “rule of faith,” theology,... read more »
  7. Women and Worship at Corinth

    Lucy Peppiatt

    Cascade / MAR 2015

    Making sense of Paul's arguments in 1 Corinthians 11-14 regarding both the role of women in public worship and the value of tongues and prophecy for the unbeliever has long posed challenges for any... read more »
  8. Womanist Sass and Talk Back

    Mitzi J. Smith

    Cascade / JAN 2018

    Womanist Sass and Talk Back is a contextual resistance text for readers interested in social (in)justice. Smith raises our consciousness about pressing contemporary social (in)justice issues... read more »
  9. Wisdom and Spiritual Transcendence at Corinth

    Richard A. Horsley

    Cascade / JAN 2008

    Examining each of the major sections of 1 Corinthians, Horsley probes the disagreement Paul had with those claiming special spiritual status. The conflicts over what constitute wisdom, knowledge,... read more »
  10. Who Needs the Old Testament?

    Katharine Dell

    Cascade / JUN 2017

    Who needs the Old Testament? It might be a literary classic, but what relevance does it have today? How much of it can we believe anyway?

    Katharine Dell invites you to rediscover the... read more »

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