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  • When One Religion Isn't Enoughby Duane R. Bidwell

    Beacon Press 2018; US$ 25.99

    An exploration into the lives of people who embrace two or more religious traditions, and what this growing community tells us about change in our society In the United States, we often assume religious and spiritual identity are pure, static, and singular. But some people regularly cross religious boundaries. These "spiritually fluid" people celebrate... more...

  • Unity as Prophetic Witnessby Michael Kinnamon

    Fortress Press 2018; US$ 31.99

    W. A. Visser 't Hooft, a minister in the Netherlands Reform Church, was a pivotal figure in the rise of the ecumenical movement. Under his leadership, the World Council of Churches, which represents all the worldÂs major Christian faiths except the Roman Catholic, grew from 147 denominations in forty countries to nearly 300 in ninety countries. more...

  • Preaching Christology in the Roman Near Eastby Philip Michael Forness

    OUP Oxford 2018; US$ 99.99

    This study develops a methodology for approaching homilies that draws on a broader understanding of audience as both the physical audience and the readership of sermons. It then offers a case study on the Syriac preacher Jacob of Serguh whose metrical homilies form one of the largest sermon collections in any language from late antiquity. more...

  • Dios es jovenby Papa Francisco

    Random House Publishing Group 2018; US$ 18.00

    El papa Francisco examina el futuro de la Iglesia Católica en esta llamada, urgente y profundamente personal, a todos los creyentes para que construyan un puente entre generaciones.  Desde su nombramiento en 2013, el papa Francisco ha revitalizado a la Iglesia Católica y se ha convertido en uno de los líderes globales más populares. Ahora, en esta... more...

  • Moving Beyond the Impasseby S. Wesley Ariarajah

    Fortress Press 2018; US$ 31.99

    Both the ecumenical and interfaith movements have been active over the past several decades and have made considerable contributions to building human relationships. However, are the theological bases and the assumptions on which they were built adequate for a world that has radically changed? The collection of essays in this volume, while tracing... more...

  • Christian Zionism ... Enraptured Around a Golden Calfby Abraham A. van Kempen

    FastPencil, Inc. 2018; US$ 3.33

    A theo-geopolitical eye-opener expounded with conviction, common sense, and compassion, with 500+ references, ‘Christian Zionism … Enraptured Around a Golden Calf’ pits the Holy Trinity of Zionism – One Tribe, One Land, One God – against the Holy Trinity of Christianity – ALL people, ALL nations, indeed, glorifying the one ‘I Am' with many names. more...

  • St. Cyprian of Carthage and the College of Bishopsby Benjamin Safranski

    Fortress Academic 2018; US$ 99.50

    This book examines the letters and treatises of St. Cyprian of Carthage in order to assess episcopal cooperation in the third century. It determines the scope, limits, and applications of collegial authority as it developed in the pre-conciliar era. more...

  • Putting God on the Mapby Erin Kidd; Jakob Karl Rinderknecht; Robert Masson; Kathryn Lilla Cox; Julia Feder; S.J. Christopher M. Hadley; Erin Kidd; Jakob Karl Rinderknecht; Jason P. Roberts; Stephen R. Shaver; Adam Willows

    Fortress Academic 2018; US$ 99.50

    This book offers an introduction to conceptual mapping to those new to the field and demonstrates the substantial resources this interdisciplinary research has for thinking about a variety of theological topics including anthropology, sacramental theology, biblical studies, ecumenical theology, and ethics. more...

  • Presumed Guiltyby Todd H. Green; Eboo Patel

    Fortress Press 2018; US$ 15.99

    All of us should condemn terrorism. But it's time to stop asking Muslims to condemn terrorism under the assumption they are guilty of harboring terrorist sympathies or promoting violence until they prove otherwise. Renowned expert on Islamophobia Todd Green demonstrates why asking Muslims to condemn terrorism says much more about "us" than "them."... more...

  • Interreligious/Interfaith Studiesby Eboo Patel; Jennifer Howe Peace; Noah Silverman

    Beacon Press 2018; US$ 27.99

    A groundbreaking academic anthology that explores the emerging field of interreligious/interfaith studies As it is now backed by an impressive number of courses, academic programs and centers, faculty positions, journals and publications, funding, and professional partnerships, there is no longer a question as to whether the interreligious/interfaith... more...