Walter Brueggemann's Prophetic Imagination
A Theological Biography
Walter Brueggemann's The Prophetic Imagination emerged seemingly out of nowhere in 1978. Its appeal took even the author by surprise. But its message and relevance, and the enigmatic prophet from Missouri, were just what the American church needed. This book addresses the mystery of a prophetic breakthrough that remains relevant and necessary.
How White Evangelicals Save the Bible to Save Themselves
Good Book shows how white evangelicals in the US make the Bible the "Good Book". As social norms change, evangelicals confront interpretive challenges as they render the Bible ever benevolent. Good Book shows the negotiations that Bible-benevolence projects demand, as evangelicals seek to maintain moral authority in a diverse religious landscape.
Modern Chinese Theologies
Volume 2: Independent and Indigenous
From the Pentecostal and Charismatic movements in the mission-church landscape of the early twentieth century, to the Calvinist Reformed movement in the contemporary Protestant church, this volume presents a selection of new studies on the theology of the church in China, concentrating on independent and indigenous Chinese churches.
Education and Identity in the Hellenistic Diaspora
Jewish Paideia examines the diverse and complex views on education in the Hellenistic and early Roman Diaspora and how these understandings of education were inextricably bound to continually evolving constructions and reshapings of self- and communal identity.
How to Think Theologically
Decades of use and refinement have confirmed How to Think Theologically as a guide for theology students realizing their call to be theologians. Focusing not on thinkers or thoughts, but on thinking, Stone and Duke induct readers into habits of mind that allow understanding of all things social, cultural, and personal in relation to God.
Dennis Ngien, Robert Kolb
Stephanie N. Arel
Micah L. McCreary
Curtis W. Freeman
Mary McDaniel Cail