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  1. "Education Has Nothing to Do with Theology"

    Edward J. Newell

    Pickwick / AUG 2006

    Does education have any relation to theology? How do the educator's worldview commitments speak to his or her practice of education? James Michael Lee brought a definite answer to these questions... read more »
  2. "Jesus Is Victor!"

    Christian T. Collins Winn

    Pickwick / JAN 2009

    IN THIS INNOVATIVE WORK, Christian T. Collins Winn examines the role played by the Pietist pastors Johann Christoph Blumhardt (1805-1880) and Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt (1842-1919) in the... read more »
  3. A Fellowship of Baptism

    Tracey Mark Stout

    Pickwick / APR 2010

    A Fellowship of Baptism is a critical rereading of Karl Barth's ecclesiology, arguing that reading his ecclesiology through the lens of his mature view of baptism best enables one to understand... read more »
  4. A Vexing Gadfly

    Eliseo Perez-Alvarez

    Pickwick / MAY 2009

    This essay on Soren Kierkegaard and economic matters from a theological perspective is well grounded in the Dane's journals. In these writings, the late nineteenth-century thinker shows his... read more »
  5. Agency, Culture, and Human Personhood

    Jeanne M. Hoeft

    Pickwick / JAN 2009

    Agency, Culture and Human Personhood" uses feminist theories, process and liberation theologies, psychodynamics and the problem of intimate partner violence to develop a pastoral theology of human... read more »
  6. All Things New

    Brock Bingaman

    Pickwick / SEP 2014

    For both Maximus the Confessor (c. 580-662) and Jurgen Moltmann (b. 1926), understanding what it means to be human springs from a contemplative vision of God. This comparative study explores... read more »
  7. Ambushed by Grace

    Thomas W. Currie, Jean or Dikran Hadidian

    Pickwick / JAN 1993

    An acculturated church will always find the gospel useful, indeed, that is how it seeks to render the gospel harmless. However, the "uselessness" of the gospel is precisely the key that helps the... read more »
  8. An Imaginative Glimpse

    Joas Adiprasetya

    Pickwick / AUG 2013

    In contrast to the popular notion that the doctrine of the Trinity hinders Christians from engaging with the reality of religious diversity, this book argues that the doctrine is the best way of... read more »
  9. An Unexpected Light

    David C. Mahan

    Pickwick / JAN 2009

    "Can poetry matter to Christian theology?" David Mahan asks in the introduction to this interdisciplinary work. Does the study of poetry represent a serious theological project? What does poetry... read more »
  10. And Still We Wait

    Riyako Cecilia Hikota

    Pickwick / JAN 2018

    In response to the recent critiques made against Balthasar’s interpretation of Christ’s descent into hell on Holy Saturday, this book argues that Balthasar does not intend to present a... read more »

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