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  1. Becoming Christian

    Nancy L. Kuehl

    Resource / OCT 2014

    The evolution of Christianity as it is known today began in Antioch, but as Becoming Christian reveals, it had once been quite different. While most histories gloss over the earliest period... read more »
  2. Bowing Toward Babylon

    Craig Watts

    Cascade / MAR 2017

    What is being done in worship when national holidays are celebrated, the American flag is displayed and honored, and songs are sung that extol the nation? Are these benign gestures? Or could they... read more »
  3. C. S. Lewis: Anti-Darwinist

    Jerry Bergman

    Wipf and Stock / NOV 2016

    It is commonly believed that C.S. Lewis was a theistic evolutionist, a conclusion based on a few statements that he made in The Problem of Pain and Mere Christianity. A careful study... read more »
  4. Cain's Crime

    Thomas Trzyna

    Cascade / MAY 2018

    Democracy requires a commitment to dialogue and deliberation, as well as a commitment to seek peaceful solutions. Is democracy possible in states that earn significant portions of their revenue... read more »
  5. Calvin and the Reformed Church

    A. M. Fairbairn

    Wipf and Stock / FEB 2017

    This work originally appeared as a chapter in The Cambridge Modern History published by Cambridge University Press, 1904.
  6. Cardinal Newman and William Froude, F.R.S.

    Gordon Huntington Harper, John Henry Newman, et al.…

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2019

    This is a study of the relationship between Cardinal Newman and William Froude. The one a Catholic convert and the other a scientist and naval engineer.
  7. Chieftains of the Highland Clans

    Robert D. Miller, II, OFS

    Wipf and Stock / MAY 2012

    In the seven years since it was published, "Miller's yeoman narrative" (Ryan Byrne, BASOR) has become an important part of academic discourse on early Israel.

    An illuminating social... read more »
  8. Church, State, and Freedom

    Leo Pfeffer

    Wipf and Stock / MAY 2018

    “I believe that complete separation of church and state is one of those miraculous things which can be best for religion and best for the state, and the best for those who are religious... read more »
  9. Civil Disobedience in Antiquity

    David Daube

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2011

    This book derives from the Messenger Lectures at Cornell. In it Daube provides a synoptic view of nonviolent civil disobedience in the Ancient World. His learning lets him draw freely on Greek and... read more »
  10. Divine and Human Agency in Second Temple Judaism and Paul

    Jason Maston

    Wipf and Stock / MAR 2018

    Jason Maston reassesses the understanding of divine and human action in second temple Judaism. Sirach and the Hodayot are used to establish the diversity of opinions. The Apostle Paul is situated... read more »

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