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    Makers by Nature

    Letters from a Master Painter on Faith, Hope, and Art

    by Bruce Herman

    However you define it, deconstruction is impossible to deny. Ian Harber knows the fear and grief of deconstruction firsthand. Here, he tells the story of his own process of deconstruction and reconstruction over ten years and lays out a vision for a faith environment that can foster genuine reconstruction through healthy relationships.

  • Triune Relationality: A Trinitarian Response to Islamic Monotheism, By Sherene Nicholas Khouri

    Triune Relationality

    A Trinitarian Response to Islamic Monotheism

    New Explorations in Theology

    by Sherene Nicholas Khouri
    Foreword by Gary R. Habermas

    A key area of disagreement between Christians and Muslims is the nature of God: Is God a Trinity or absolutely one? Applying insights from early Arabic Christian theologians and philosophers to current conversations, Sherene Nicholas Khouri offers both historical and constructive responses to Islamic objections to the doctrine of the Trinity.

  • The Artistic Sphere: The Arts in Neo-Calvinist Perspective, Edited by Roger D. Henderson and Marleen Hengelaar-Rookmaaker

    The Artistic Sphere

    The Arts in Neo-Calvinist Perspective

    Edited by Roger D. Henderson and Marleen Hengelaar-Rookmaaker

    The Neo-Calvinist tradition is well-equipped to offer wisdom on the arts to the whole body of Christ. Edited by art scholar Roger Henderson and Marleen Hengelaar-Rookmaaker, daughter of Hans Rookmaaker, this volume brings together history, philosophy, and theology to consider the relationship between the arts and the Neo-Calvinist tradition.

  • Hopeful Realism: Evangelical Natural Law and Democratic Politics, By Jesse Covington and Bryan T. McGraw and Micah Watson

    Hopeful Realism

    Evangelical Natural Law and Democratic Politics

    by Jesse Covington, Bryan T. McGraw, and Micah Watson

    Natural law as a rich tradition of Christian thought has often been neglected by evangelicals. But in this time of deep polarization, this generous guide brings together robust natural law theory and practical cases for the evangelical concerned with bringing together their theological commitments to bear on their political judgments.

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    Faithful Politics

    Ten Approaches to Christian Citizenship and Why It Matters

    by Miranda Zapor Cruz

    Christians who share similar faith convictions can arrive at different political conclusions. In this nonpartisan overview, Miranda Zapor Cruz shares ten theological approaches Christians throughout history have used to navigate political participation, helping us form a vision of faithful citizenship in an increasingly polarized society.

  • Light Unapproachable: Divine Incomprehensibility and the Task of Theology, By Ronni Kurtz

    Light Unapproachable

    Divine Incomprehensibility and the Task of Theology

    by Ronni Kurtz

    How can finite creatures know an infinite God? Retrieving key insight from Scripture and patristic, medieval, and modern theologians, Ronni Kurtz offers a rich analysis of divine incomprehensibility. While our language cannot capture the full mystery of God, we can learn to speak of God faithfully, truthfully, and prayerfully.

  • What Is Reality?: An Introduction to Metaphysics, By Ross Inman

    What Is Reality?

    An Introduction to Metaphysics

    Questions in Christian Philosophy

    by Ross Inman

    In this introduction to metaphysics, Ross Inman introduces us to the tradition of metaphysics in Western philosophy, what it means to do metaphysics as a Christian, and considers timeless and universal inquiries into central topics of metaphysics: identity, necessity and possibility, properties, universals, substances, and parts and wholes.

  • World Religions in Seven Sentences: A Small Introduction to a Vast Topic, By Douglas Groothuis

    World Religions in Seven Sentences

    A Small Introduction to a Vast Topic

    Introductions in Seven Sentences

    by Douglas Groothuis

    Understanding other faiths is essential not just to interreligious dialogue, but also to grasping one's own faith. Covering world religions including Atheism, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism, Christianity, and Islam, Douglas Groothuis creatively uses a single sentence for each one as a way to open readers to their depth and complexity.

  • Kierkegaard and the Changelessness of God: A Modern Defense of Classical Immutability, By Craig A. Hefner

    Kierkegaard and the Changelessness of God

    A Modern Defense of Classical Immutability

    New Explorations in Theology

    by Craig A. Hefner
    Foreword by Daniel J. Treier

    Living what he perceived to be a culturally lukewarm Christianity, Søren Kierkegaard was often critical of his contemporary church. This volume explores his reading of Scripture and theology to argue not only that he was a modern defender of the doctrine of divine immutability, but that his theology can be a surprising resource today.

  • The Magna Carta of Humanity: Sinai's Revolutionary Faith and the Future of Freedom, By Os Guinness

    The Magna Carta of Humanity

    Sinai's Revolutionary Faith and the Future of Freedom

    by Os Guinness

    What kind of revolution brings true freedom to both society and the human soul? Cultural observer Os Guinness contrasts the secular French Revolution with the faith-led revolution of ancient Israel. Arguing that the story of Exodus is the richest vision for freedom in human history, his exploration charts the path to the future for America.

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