The Prophetic Lens
The Camera and Black Moral Agency from MLK to Darnella Frazier
The Prophetic Lens takes an important look at the use of the video camera as an indispensable prophetic tool for the security of Black lives and greater possibility for racial justice. The book highlights both the prophetic potential of the camera and the context of Blackness as a liminal existence amid a context dominated by whiteness.
Nothing Gained Is Eternal
A Theology of Tradition
In Nothing Gained Is Eternal, Anne Carpenter argues for a theory of tradition firmly moored to the ambiguities, contradictions, and varied fruits of the past. She challenges readers to wrestle with whether tradition can persist despite its colonialist practices. In asking this question, she offers hope for transforming tradition in its wake.
The Holy and the Hybrid
Navigating the Church's Digital Reformation
In The Holy and the Hybrid: Navigating the Church's Digital Reformation, Ryan M. Panzer helps church leaders develop hybrid ministries through aligning the shared mission of the church with the shared values of our tech-shaped culture. The goal is to build communities that serve as the hands and feet of Christ simultaneously online and offline.
The Task of the Moral Life
Gary Chartier offers an alternative to natural-law theories that disregard people's welfare and embrace impartiality. He envisions Christian love as focused on creation to enrich social practices and personal life. Loving Creation contributes to theological understanding, personal moral reflection, church practice, and participation in public life.
Ryan M. Panzer
Michael Stewart Robb
Israel Oluwole Olofinjana
Phil Allen Jr.
Anne M. Carpenter
Arren Bennet Lawrence, Paul Cornelius, Darrel Bock, Ken Gnanakan, PrabhuSingh Vedhamanickam, Aruthuckal Varughese John, Andrew B. Spurgeon, Eric Montgomery, Johnson Thomaskutty, Manoja Kumar Korada
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