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  1. The End Is Music

    Chris E. W. Green

    Cascade / MAR 2018

    Robert Jenson has been praised by Stanley Hauerwas, David Bentley Hart, Wolfhart Pannenberg, and others as one of the most creative and important contemporary theologians. But his work is daunting... read more »
  2. The Canaanites

    Mary Ellen Buck

    Cascade / OCT 2019

    The term Canaanite will be familiar to anyone who has even the most casual familiarity with the Bible. Outside of the terminology for Israel itself, the Canaanites are the most common ethnic... read more »
  3. The Becoming of God

    Roland Faber

    Cascade / APR 2017

    How should we believe in God today? If we look beyond our little lives to the vast cosmos, we may even ask: Why all that? And even if we spiritually feel the universe: Why believe any religion?... read more »
  4. Scripture's Knowing

    Dru Johnson

    Cascade / OCT 2015

    Scripture's Knowing is a guide to the emerging field of philosophical study of Scripture, specifically about knowing. Assuming that the Scriptures speak verbosely and persistently about... read more »
  5. Rudolf Bultmann

    David W. Congdon

    Cascade / NOV 2015

    Rudolf Bultmann is one of the most widely known but least read theologians of the twentieth century. He is famous as the one who "demythologized" the New Testament, but very few understand what he... read more »
  6. Richard Hooker

    W. Bradford Littlejohn

    Cascade / SEP 2015

    Although by common consent the greatest theologian of the Anglican tradition, Richard Hooker is little known in Protestant circles more generally, and increasingly neglected within the Anglican... read more »
  7. Reading Philippians

    Nijay K. Gupta

    Cascade / FEB 2020

    In this new introduction and guide to Paul’s Letter to the Philippians, Nijay K. Gupta makes the background, messages, and theological importance of this text understandable and... read more »
  8. Reading Paul

    Michael J. Gorman

    Cascade / JAN 2008

    In this new introduction to the Apostle Paul and his gospel, written especially for lay readers, for beginning students, and for those unsure about what to make of Paul, Michael J. Gorman takes the... read more »
  9. Reading Kierkegaard I

    Paul Martens

    Cascade / JAN 2017

    In his posthumously published Journals and Papers, Kierkegaard boldly claimed, "Oh, once I am dead, Fear and Trembling alone will be enough for an imperishable name as an author. Then... read more »
  10. Reading John

    Christopher W. Skinner

    Cascade / APR 2015

    The Gospel of John is often found at the center of discussions about the Bible and its relation to Christian theology. It is difficult to quantify the impact John's Gospel has had on both the... read more »

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