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    Reading Scripture with the Reformers

    by Timothy George

    Timothy George reveals how the sixteenth century?s revolution in theological thinking was fueled by a fresh return to the Scriptures. He underlines several Reformers' unique engagement with the Bible and suggests what their legacy might mean for reading, praying and living out the Scriptures today.

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    The Rise and Fall of the Incomparable Liturgy

    The Book of Common Prayer, 1559-1906

    by Bryan D. Spinks

    Most histories of Church of England liturgy begin in the 1530s. However, the real history of the Book of Common Prayer begins with the Elizabethan Settlement in 1559. The only revision of any note was that of 1662, and this revision lasted without challenge until the nineteenth century. This study concentrates on 1559 until the Report of the Royal Commission in 1906, which paved the way for liturgical revision.

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    Kingdom Calling

    Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good

    by Amy L. Sherman
    Foreword by Reggie McNeal
    Afterword by Steven Garber

    Amy Sherman unpacks Proverbs 11:10—"When the righteous prosper, the city rejoices"—to develop a theology and program of vocational stewardship. Here is practical help for churches, ministries and other faith communities to navigate the complex process of following Jesus in those places where we happen to prosper.

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    A Good Year

    by Mark Oakley

    How can we enter fruitfully into the seasons of the church's year? Why have the seasons become shaped as they have, and what can we do to make them good? As Mark Oakley explains in the enjoyable, earthy, and wide-ranging introduction to this exceptional volume, we can experience them in stimulating company! Senior pastors and teachers reflect on Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Lent, Holy Week, Easter, and Pentecost.

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    Reading Romans with Eastern Eyes

    Honor and Shame in Paul's Message and Mission

    by Jackson W.
    Foreword by E. Randolph Richards

    According to Jackson W., some traditional East Asian cultural values are closer to those of the first-century biblical world than common Western cultural values. In this work Jackson demonstrates how paying attention to East Asian culture provides a helpful lens for interpreting Paul's most complex letter, and we see how honor and shame shape so much of Paul's message and mission.

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    The Good Shepherd

    A Thousand-Year Journey from Psalm 23 to the New Testament

    by Kenneth E. Bailey

    Kenneth Bailey, with his celebrated insights into Middle Eastern culture, traces the theme of the good shepherd from its origins in Psalm 23 through the prophets and into the New Testament, observing how it changed, developed and was applied by the biblical writers over a thousand-year span.

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    Why be Good?

    A Little Book Of Guidance

    by Robin Gill

    Most of us think we know right from wrong, even if we have no particular religious faith. But where does that knowledge come from? Is it something we're born with? Or is it something we learn from the culture in which we grow up? Robin Gill examines the major reasons that people give for trying to lead a good life, and considers what is distinctive about the teaching of Jesus on this vital subject.

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    Reading the Christian Spiritual Classics

    A Guide for Evangelicals

    Edited by Jamin Goggin and Kyle C. Strobel

    This new collection of essays edited by Kyle Strobel and Jamin Goggin offers an evangelical hermeneutic for reading the Christian spiritual classics. Addressing the why, what and how of reading these texts, these essays challenge us to find our own questions deepened by the church's long history of spiritual reflection.

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    Good News About Injustice

    A Witness of Courage in a Hurting World

    by Gary A. Haugen

    In this abridged audio book Gary Haugen offers stories of courageous Christians who have stood up for justice in the face of human trafficking, forced prostitution, racial and religious persecution, and torture. Throughout, he provides concrete guidance on how Christians can rise up to seek justice throughout the world.

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    Reading Scripture with the Reformers

    by Timothy George

    Timothy George reveals how the sixteenth century?s revolution in theological thinking was fueled by a fresh return to the Scriptures. He underlines several Reformers' unique engagement with the Bible and suggests what their legacy might mean for reading, praying and living out the Scriptures today.