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  • God's Whisper in a Mother's Chaos: Bringing Peace Home, By Keri Wyatt Kent
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    God's Whisper in a Mother's Chaos

    Bringing Peace Home

    by Keri Wyatt Kent

    Mothering infants and small children can be exhausting, mind-numbing work. Yet moms need God in this time more than any other. Keri Wyatt Kent offers down-to-earth ideas and thoughtful encouragement to help along the way.

  • Sacred Chaos: Spiritual Disciplines for the Life You Have, By Tricia McCary Rhodes
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    Sacred Chaos

    Spiritual Disciplines for the Life You Have

    by Tricia McCary Rhodes
    Foreword by Gary Thomas

    Tricia McCary Rhodes offers us a fresh view of connecting to God, one that focuses on quality time and frees us from the rigidity of a devotional life that may feel stifled, grow stagnant, or bring about guilt when we can't keep up. Ideas at the end of each chapter and suggestions for prayer experiments give practical suggestions noticing God's work throughout each day.

  • The Openness of God: A Biblical Challenge to the Traditional Understanding of God, By Clark H. Pinnock and Richard Rice and John Sanders and William Hasker and David Basinger
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    The Openness of God

    A Biblical Challenge to the Traditional Understanding of God

    by Clark H. Pinnock, Richard Rice, John Sanders, William Hasker, and David Basinger

    Clark Pinnock, Richard Rice, John Sanders, William Hasker and David Basinger argue for a new perspective on God and his work in the world, both rejecting process theology and demanding reconsideration of classical doctrines of God's immutability, impassability and foreknowledge. A 1995 Christianity Today Book Award winner!

  • The God Who Is Triune: Revisioning the Christian Doctrine of God, By Allan Coppedge
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    The God Who Is Triune

    Revisioning the Christian Doctrine of God

    by Allan Coppedge

    The triunity of the Christian God is not just one isolated doctrine among others. Allan Coppedge draws out the implications for our understanding of God's nature, attributes, roles, relationship to creation and providence.

  • Playing God: Redeeming the Gift of Power, By Andy Crouch
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    Playing God

    Redeeming the Gift of Power

    by Andy Crouch

    With Playing God, Andy Crouch opens the subject of power, elucidating its subtle activity in our relationships and institutions. He gives us much more than a warning against abuse, though. Turning the notion of "playing God" on its head, Crouch celebrates power as the gift by which we join in God's creative, redeeming work in the world.

  • Mother to Son: Letters to a Black Boy on Identity and Hope, By Jasmine L. Holmes
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    Mother to Son

    Letters to a Black Boy on Identity and Hope

    by Jasmine L. Holmes
    Foreword by Jackie Hill Perry

    "I know this wondrous little person has the potential to change the world—and I want him to know it too." In this collection of powerful letters to her young son, Jasmine Holmes shares about her journey as an African American Christian and what she wants her son to know as he grows and approaches the world as a black man.

  • The Doctrine of God, By Gerald L. Bray
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    The Doctrine of God

    Contours of Christian Theology

    by Gerald L. Bray

    In this substantial introduction to the nature and subject of God, Gerard Bray introduces readers to a theological understanding of the personal, trinitarian existence of God, engaging classical and contemporary theology along the way.

  • Nobody's Mother: Artemis of the Ephesians in Antiquity and the New Testament, By Sandra L. Glahn
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    Nobody's Mother

    Artemis of the Ephesians in Antiquity and the New Testament

    by Sandra L. Glahn

    Does "saved through childbearing" in 1 Timothy 2:15 mean that women are slated primarily for rearing children? Sandra Glahn thinks that we have misunderstood Paul and the context to which he wrote. Combining spiritual autobiography with new research on the Greek goddess Artemis, Glahn lays a biblical foundation for God's view of women.