Brown Church
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Brown Church

Five Centuries of Latina/o Social Justice, Theology, and Identity

by Robert Chao Romero

The Latina/o culture and identity have long been shaped by their challenges to the religious, socio-economic, and political status quo. Robert Chao Romero explores the "Brown Church" and how this movement appeals to the vision for redemption that includes not only heavenly promises but also the transformation of our lives and the world.

Bulls, Bears and Golden Calves
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Bulls, Bears and Golden Calves

Applying Christian Ethics in Economics

by John E. Stapleford

John Stapleford interacts with seven standard introductory economics texts to show how ethics are inextricably intertwined with economic life and analysis. This revised and expanded edition includes discussions of entitlements, global poverty, government debt, healthcare reform and immigration reform.

Buried Talents
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Buried Talents

Overcoming Gendered Socialization to Answer God's Call

by Susan Harris Howell
Foreword by Mimi Haddad

If God calls women to lead, what holds them back? Using social science research and interviews, Susan Harris Howell examines how gendered messages inside and outside the church pull men toward leadership and women away from it. As opportunities for women continue to expand, Howell provides compelling guidance for how we can remove obstacles that keep women from fully using their gifts.

Business Ethics in Biblical Perspective
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Business Ethics in Biblical Perspective

A Comprehensive Introduction

by Michael E. Cafferky

Michael Cafferky sets a new standard in the field of business ethics with this comprehensive textbook from a Christian perspective. Using twelve biblical themes to evaluate contemporary ethical approaches and concerns, he covers consumer behavior, management, accounting, marketing, corporate responsibility and more.

Business for the Common Good
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Business for the Common Good

A Christian Vision for the Marketplace

Christian Worldview Integration Series

by Kenman L. Wong and Scott B. Rae

Is business just a way to make money? Or can the marketplace be a venue for service to others? Scott B. Rae and Kenman L. Wong seek to explore this and other critical business issues from a uniquely Christian perspective, offering up a vision for work and service that is theologically grounded and practically oriented.

But What About God's Wrath?
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But What About God's Wrath?

The Compelling Love Story of Divine Anger

by Kevin Kinghorn
With Stephen Travis

How can a loving God also be a God of wrath? Using a philosophically informed line of argument and a careful study of the relevant biblical texts, Kinghorn and Travis show how these two aspects of God's character can be reconciled. Instead of assuming that God's just response to people is incompatible with a loving response, the authors instead view God's love as a strictly essential divine attribute, with justice as a derivative of love.

C. S. Lewis's Dangerous Idea
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C. S. Lewis's Dangerous Idea

In Defense of the Argument from Reason

by Victor Reppert

Who ought to hold claim to the more dangerous idea—Charles Darwin or C. S. Lewis? Daniel Dennett argued for Darwin in Darwin's Dangerous Idea. Offering careful, able development of Lewis's thought, Victor Reppert now champions C. S. Lewis, demonstrating that Lewis's "argument from reason" can bear up under the weight of the most serious philosophical attacks.

Called to Be Saints
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Called to Be Saints

An Invitation to Christian Maturity

by Gordon T. Smith

Theologies of justification are too numerous to count. In this book, Gordon Smith synthesizes a lifetime of writing on calling, conversion, discernment and spiritual formation in a comprehensive and compelling theology of sanctification. Smith presents holiness in its christological, sapiential, vocational, social and emotional dimensions.

Called to Care
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Called to Care

A Christian Vision for Nursing

by Judith Allen Shelly, Arlene B. Miller, and Kimberly H. Fenstermacher

As nursing and healthcare continue to change, we need nurses who are committed both to a solid understanding of their profession and to caring well for patients and their families. Offering a historically and theologically grounded vision of the nurse's call, this thoroughly revised third edition of a classic text includes practical features for educators, students, and practitioners.

Calling in Context
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Calling in Context

Social Location and Vocational Formation

by Susan L. Maros

Is the concept of calling universal? God calls all people, yes—but calling is not a monolithic concept. This path-breaking book helps Christians in the United States see how social location shapes assumptions and experiences with vocation, critically examining the cultural priorities of vocation that emphasize certainty, career paths, and personal achievement.

Calling on the Name of the Lord
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Calling on the Name of the Lord

A Biblical Theology of Prayer

New Studies in Biblical Theology

by Gary Millar
Series edited by D. A. Carson

Defining prayer simply as "calling on the name of the Lord," Millar follows the contours of the Bible's teaching on prayer. In this New Studies in Biblical Theology volume, he shows how prayer is intimately linked with the gospel and how it is primarily to be understood as asking God to deliver on his promises.

Calvinism for a Secular Age
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Calvinism for a Secular Age

A Twenty-First-Century Reading of Abraham Kuyper's Stone Lectures

Edited by Jessica R. Joustra and Robert J. Joustra

Pastor, politician, and Dutch Neo-Calvinist theologian Abraham Kuyper's lectures on the role of Christian faith in politics, science, and art have become a touchstone of contemporary Reformed theology. Revisiting these lectures, Jessica and Robert Joustra bring together theologians, historians, scientists, and others to consider Kuyper's ongoing importance and complex legacy for today.

Campus Life
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Campus Life

In Search of Community

by Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
Edited by Drew Moser and Todd C. Ream
Foreword by David Brooks
Contributions by Ernest L Boyer

In 1990 the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching published a classic report on the loss of a meaningful basis for true community on college campuses—and in the nation. Now this expanded edition of Campus Life reintroduces educational leaders to the report's proposals while offering up-to-date analysis and recommendations for Christian campuses today.

Can "White" People Be Saved?
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Can "White" People Be Saved?

Triangulating Race, Theology, and Mission

Missiological Engagements

Edited by Love L. Sechrest, Johnny Ramírez-Johnson, and Amos Yong
Contributions by Willie James Jennings, Andrea Smith, Hak Joon Lee, Akintunde E. Akinade, Elizabeth Conde-Frazier, Angel D. Santiago-Vendrell, Andrew T. Draper, Erin Dufault-Hunter, Clifton Clarke, Daniel Jeyaraj, and Jonathan Tran

White normativity as a way of being in the world has been parasitically joined to Christianity, and this is the ground of many of our problems today. Written by a world-class roster of scholars, this volume develops language to describe the current realities of race and racism, challenging evangelical Christianity to think more critically and constructively about race, ethnicity, migration, and mission in relation to white supremacy.

Canon, Covenant and Christology
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Canon, Covenant and Christology

Rethinking Jesus and the Scriptures of Israel

New Studies in Biblical Theology

by Matthew Barrett
Series edited by D. A. Carson

The divine inspiration of Scripture may be confidently affirmed from Paul's epistles. However, it is hard to find such an explicit approach from Jesus and the Gospels. In this NSBT volume, Matthew Barrett argues that Jesus and the apostles have just as convictional a doctrine of Scripture as Paul or Peter, but it will only be discovered if the Gospels are read within their own canonical horizon and covenantal context.

Care for the Soul
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Care for the Soul

Exploring the Intersection of Psychology Theology

Wheaton Theology Conference Series

Edited by Mark R. McMinn and Timothy R. Phillips

Edited by Mark R. McMinn and Timothy R. Phillips, this collection of essays is a multidisciplinary dialogue on the interface between psychology and theology that takes seriously the long, rich tradition of soul care in the church.

Centered-Set Church
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Centered-Set Church

Discipleship and Community Without Judgmentalism

by Mark D. Baker

Is there an alternative to the church's impulse to either obsess over boundaries or erase them completely? Building on the work of Paul Hiebert, Mark D. Baker provides a unique manual for understanding and applying the vision of a "centered" church, charting a new path for congregations and leaders to grow in authentic freedom and dynamic movement toward the true center: Jesus himself.

Changed into His Likeness
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Changed into His Likeness

A Biblical Theology of Personal Transformation

New Studies in Biblical Theology

by J. Gary Millar
Series edited by D. A. Carson

When it comes to the Christian life, what exactly can we expect with regard to personal transformation? In this NSBT volume Gary Millar explores the nature of gospel-shaped change, focusing on "life in the middle"—between the change that is brought about when we become Christians and the final change in which we will be raised with Christ.

Changing Signs of Truth
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Changing Signs of Truth

A Christian Introduction to the Semiotics of Communication

by Crystal L. Downing

Crystal Downing brings the postmodern theory of semiotics within reach for today's evangelists. Following the idea of the sign through Scripture, church history and the academy, Downing shows you how signs work and how sensitivity to their dynamics can make or break an attempt to communicate truth.

Charitable Writing
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Charitable Writing

Cultivating Virtue Through Our Words

by Richard Hughes Gibson and James Edward Beitler III
Foreword by Anne Ruggles Gere
Afterword by Alan Jacobs

How might we love God and our neighbors through the task of writing? This book offers a vision for expressing one's faith through writing and for understanding writing itself as a spiritual practice that cultivates virtue. Drawing on authors and artists throughout the church's history, we learn how we might embrace writing as an act of discipleship for today.

Choosing Community
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Choosing Community

Action, Faith, and Joy in the Works of Dorothy L. Sayers

Hansen Lectureship Series

by Christine A. Colón

Few writers in the twentieth century were as creative and productive as Dorothy L. Sayers, the English playwright, novelist, and poet. In this volume in the Hansen Lectureship Series, Christine Colón explores the role of community in Sayers's works. In particular, she considers how Sayers offers a vision of communities called to action, faith, and joy, and she reflects on how we also are called to live in community together.

Christ Crucified
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Christ Crucified

Understanding the Atonement

by Donald Macleod

How could the life, let alone the death, of one man 2,000 years ago be the salvation of the human race? Donald Macleod explains the centrality of the atonement in Christian faith and experience, using seven key words to describe what happened on the cross: substitution, expiation, propitiation, reconciliation, satisfaction, redemption and victory.

Christ, Baptism and the Lord's Supper
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Christ, Baptism and the Lord's Supper

Recovering the Sacraments for Evangelical Worship

by Leonard J. Vander Zee

Leonard J. Vander Zee makes a compelling connection between Baptism and the Lord's Supper and the continuing ministry of Jesus Christ, the incarnate Word of God.

Christ, Our Righteousness
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Christ, Our Righteousness

Paul's Theology of Justification

New Studies in Biblical Theology

by Mark A. Seifrid
Series edited by D. A. Carson

In this New Studies in Biblical Theology volume, Mark Seifrid offers a comprehensive analysis of Paul's understanding of justification in the light of important themes including the righteousness of God, the Old Testament law, faith and the destiny of Israel.

Christ-Centered Biblical Theology
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Christ-Centered Biblical Theology

Hermeneutical Foundations and Principles

by Graeme Goldsworthy

For fifty years Graeme Goldsworthy has been refining his understanding of biblical theology through his experiences as a student, pastor and teacher. In this valuable work, Goldsworthy defends and refines the rationale for his approach, making the case for biblical theology's place at the heart of evangelical hermeneutics, preaching and ministry.