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    The Zombie Gospel

    The Walking Dead and What it Means to Be Human

    by Danielle Strickland

    What can The Walking Dead teach us about the gospel? For fans of the hit TV show and newcomers alike, Danielle Strickland explores the ways that the show can help us think about survival, community, consumerism, social justice, the resurrection life of Jesus, and what it means to be human.

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    Embodied Hope

    A Theological Meditation on Pain and Suffering

    by Kelly M. Kapic

    Kelly M. Kapic meditates on how our suffering—particularly our physical suffering—relates to the Christian faith.This is not a theodicy or a book of easy answers. It is an invitation to reshape our understanding of suffering into the image of Jesus. What we discover is that in Christ and through his Church God displays his deep love and provision for his people.

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    Exile: A Conversation with N. T. Wright

    Edited by James M. Scott

    N . T. Wright is well known for his view that the majority of Second Temple Jews saw themselves as living within an ongoing exile. This book engages a lively conversation with this idea, beginning with a lengthy thesis from Wright, responses from eleven New Testament scholars, and a concluding essay from Wright responding to his interlocutors.

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    Theology in Seven Sentences

    A Small Introduction to a Vast Topic

    by Fred Sanders

    Anyone seeking to understand and explain the Christian faith is already engaged in doing theology. But how have these "words about God" been expressed? Fred Sanders leads readers on a tour of Christian theology by looking at seven of its most influential sentences from some of the church's most important figures.

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    A Subversive Gospel

    Flannery O'Connor and the Reimagining of Beauty, Goodness, and Truth

    Studies in Theology and the Arts

    by Michael Mears Bruner

    The good news of Jesus Christ is a subversive gospel, and following Jesus is a subversive act. Exploring the theological aesthetic of American author Flannery O'Connor, Michael Bruner argues that her fiction reveals what discipleship to Jesus Christ entails by subverting the traditional understandings of beauty, truth, and goodness.

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    Contemporary Art and the Church

    A Conversation Between Two Worlds

    Studies in Theology and the Arts

    Edited by W. David O. Taylor and Taylor Worley

    The church and the contemporary art world often find themselves in an uneasy relationship in which misunderstanding and mistrust abound. Drawn from the 2015 biennial CIVA conference, these reflections from theologians, pastors, and practicing artists imagine the possibility of a renewed and mutually fruitful relationship between contemporary art and the church.

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    The New Christian Zionism

    Fresh Perspectives on Israel and the Land

    Edited by Gerald R. McDermott

    Christian Zionism is often seen as the offspring of premillennial dispensationalism. But the authors of this work contend that the biblical and theological connections between covenant and land are nearly as close in the New Testament as in Old. Written with academic rigor, this provocative volume proposes a place for Christian Zionism in an integrated biblical vision today.

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    Apostolicity

    The Ecumenical Question in World Christian Perspective

    Missiological Engagements

    by John G. Flett

    At the heart of the ecumenical discussions over the past century lies the issue of what constitutes the apostolicity of the church. In an attempt to forge structural agreements, these discussions have ignored the diversity of world Christianity. In this groundbreaking study, John Flett presents a bold account of an apostolicity that embraces plurality.

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    The Case for Freewill Theism

    A Philosophical Assessment

    by David Basinger

    David Basinger offers a probing philosophical examination of freewill theism, or the "open view" of God.

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    An Explorer's Guide to Karl Barth

    by David Guretzki

    If ever a theologian required a guidebook, it would be Karl Barth. David Guretzki has gathered numerous hints and notes throughout decades of study for how best to explore the writings of the Swiss theologian. This handy, accessible guide offers a brief snapshot of the key texts, terms, and ideas that any new reader of Barth's work needs to know.

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