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  • Faith and Reason


    Consider Christianity Series, Volume 3 What is faith and how does it differ from belief? How do people disagree, and why do people disagree? In particular, how does one make decisions about faith? Does reason enter into the discussion at all? Elgin Hushbeck, Jr., author of two previous books in the Consider Christianity series, Evidence…

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    History and Christian Faith


    A basic Christian claim is that God is active in human history to accomplish his purpose, which he will do in the end. This book considers some of the implications of this far-reaching claim. Christian faith is bound up with our personal history but beyond that stretches far into the past. Faith is not identical…

  • Process Theology and Biblical Interpretation


    A short, carefully crafted introduction to what process thought can mean for building a good hermeneutic for the 21st century.

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    The End of the Scroll: Biblical Apocalyptic Trajectories


    A comprehensive study of the thinking, symbolism, and imagery that went into apocalyptic writing and thinking in the Bible, covering books such as Ezekiel, Zechariah, Daniel, the Synoptic Gospels, Hebrews, Paul’s letters, and Revelation.

  • In the Original Text It Says


    When you hear the words “in the original text it says” or “in the original text this means,” it’s time to be wary. Those words often provide the introduction to misleading information. But how can the hearer discern just what is correct and what is misleading? How can pastors avoid giving their congregations misleading information?…