• Reading Mark's Christology Under Caesar

    Reading Mark's Christology Under Caesar

    Jesus the Messiah and Roman Imperial Ideology

    by Adam Winn

    Did Mark write his Gospel in response to Roman imperial propaganda surrounding the destruction of Jerusalem? Adam Winn helps us rediscover how Mark might have been read by Christians in Rome during the aftermath of this cataclysmic event. He introduces us to the imperial propaganda of the Flavian emperors and excavates the Markan text for themes that address the Roman imperial setting.

  • Defending Constantine

    Defending Constantine

    The Twilight of an Empire and the Dawn of Christendom

    by Peter J. Leithart

    Peter Leithart weighs what we've been taught about Constantine and claims that in focusing on these historical mirages we have failed to notice the true significance of Constantine and Rome baptized. He reveals how beneath the surface of this contested story there lies a deeper narrative--a tectonic shift in the political theology of an empire--with far-reaching implications.

  • Representing Christ

    Representing Christ

    A Vision for the Priesthood of All Believers

    by Uche Anizor and Hank Voss

    Traditionally associated with Protestantism, the doctrine of the priesthood of all believers is a genuinely Christian doctrine with important implications for the global church. In Representing Christ, Uche Anizor and Hank Voss explore the doctrine in its biblical, historical, theological and practical dimensions.

  • Jesus Is Lord, Caesar Is Not

    Jesus Is Lord, Caesar Is Not

    Evaluating Empire in New Testament Studies

    Edited by Scot McKnight and Joseph B. Modica
    Foreword by Andy Crouch

    This volume brings together respected biblical scholars to evaluate the turn toward "empire criticism" in recent New Testament scholarship. While praising the movement for its deconstruction of Roman statecraft and ideology, the contributors also provide a salient critique of the anti-imperialist rhetoric pervading much of the current literature.

  • Colossians Remixed

    Colossians Remixed

    Subverting the Empire

    by Brian J. Walsh and Sylvia C. Keesmaat

    Drawing together biblical scholarship with a passion for authentic lives that embody the gospel, this groundbreaking interpretation of Colossians from Brian J. Walsh and Sylvia C. Keesmaat provides us with tools to subvert the empire of our own context in a way that acknowledges the transforming power of Jesus Christ.

  • Evangelical Postcolonial Conversations

    Evangelical Postcolonial Conversations

    Global Awakenings in Theology and Praxis

    Edited by Kay Higuera Smith, Jayachitra Lalitha, and L. Daniel Hawk

    This groundbreaking volume arose out of the Postcolonial Roundtable in 2010, with contributors addressing the intersection of postcolonialism and evangelicalism. Looking at themes like nationalism, mission, Christology, catholicity and shalom, this volume explores new possibilities for evangelical thought, identity and practice.

  • Christian Political Witness

    Christian Political Witness

    Wheaton Theology Conference Series

    Edited by George Kalantzis and Gregory W. Lee

    George Kalantzis and Gregory W. Lee edit twelve essays that explore the topic of Christian political witness, originally presented at the 2013 Wheaton Theology Conference. Contributors include Stanley Hauerwas, Mark Noll, William Cavanaugh, Peter Leithart and Scot McKnight.

  • Bonhoeffer, Christ and Culture

    Bonhoeffer, Christ and Culture

    Wheaton Theology Conference Series

    Edited by Keith L. Johnson and Timothy Larsen

    The 2012 Wheaton Theology Conference was convened around the formidable legacy of Lutheran pastor, theologian and anti-Nazi resistant Dietrich Bonhoeffer. This collection, focusing on the man's views of Christ, the church and culture, contributes to a recent awakening of interest in Bonhoeffer among evangelicals.

  • Faith on the Road

    Faith on the Road

    A Short Theology of Travel and Justice

    by Joerg Rieger
    Foreword by Rev. Alexia Salvatierra

    The Bible is a story about people on the road, and Christianity is a faith always on the move, seeking to follow the Jesus who kept traveling from town to town proclaiming God's reign. In this short but profound book, Joerg Rieger reflects on how Christian faith reorients how we think about and practice traveling.

  • Political Church

    Political Church

    The Local Assembly as Embassy of Christ's Rule

    Studies in Christian Doctrine and Scripture

    by Jonathan Leeman

    What is the nature of the church as an institution? What are the limits of the church's political reach? Drawing on covenant theology and the "new institutionalism" in political science, Jonathan Leeman critiques political liberalism and explores how the biblical canon informs an account of the local church as an embassy of Christ's kingdom.

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