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Is God a Christian? Creating a Community of Conversation
By author: R. Kirby Godsey
Product Code: P532
ISBN: 9780881465761
Publisher: Mercer University Press
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In a world composed of almost seven billion people, about 2.2 billion of them claim to be Christian. And while Christianity is continuing to grow at a modest rate, other religions are growing at a faster pace. Some scholars predict that Islam will overtake Christianity as the world’s largest religion by the middle of the twenty-first century. Predictions aside, religions are competing for the world stage, and in the competition, Christians seem certain that God is on their side. Christians often think and behave as though God is a Christian. This book is written to ask if that assumption is true and to foster a more open conversation about other world religions. The world has grown too small and the stakes for mankind have grown too high for any of us to engage our faith as if our understanding of God represents the only way God’s presence may be known in the world.
Our Sufficiency Is of God: Essays on Preaching in Honor of Gardner C. Taylor
By author: Timothy George, Robert Smith, Jr.   Edited by: James Earl Massey
Product Code: H806
ISBN: 9780881462067
Pages: 380
Product Format: Hardback
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Resources for preachers steadily appear, called forth by the perennial need for helpful and inspirational materials backed by experience, reverent scholarship, and creative insights. The essays in this book are of that cast. The chapters focus on the preaching ministry of Gardner Calvin Taylor, in whose honor the volume was prepared. They are offered, with affection and esteem, by colleagues, students, and friends, fellow preachers all, whose own attempts to speak the unsearchable riches of Christ owe much to the life and labors of Gardner C. Taylor.
Religious Faith, Torture, and Our National Soul
Edited by: Dr. David P Gushee, J. Drew Zimmer, Jillian Hickman Zimmer
Product Code: P411
ISBN: 9780881462036
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Pages: 303
Product Format: Paperback
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This collection of essays suggests that American counterterrorism policies in the Bush years were immoral, unwise, and un-American, and offers considerable detailed analysis to back up such claims. Several dozen specialists in various aspects of law, ethics, politics, and religion analyze both how our nation drifted into such egregious policies and what resources can be drawn upon to pull us out of them, once and for all.
The Career of Andrew Schulze, 1924-1968 : Lutherans And Race in the Civil Rights Era
By author: Kathryn M. Glachutt
Product Code: P296
ISBN: 9780865549463
Pages: 270
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Andrew Schulze was a white pastor of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod who spent his early ministry serving black mission churches in Springfield IL (1924–1928); St. Louis MO (1928–1947); and Chicago (1947–1954). He was an early proponent of the Civil Rights Movement in the Midwest. He wrote My Neighbor of Another Color and founded the Lutheran Human Relations Association of America (LHRAA) in 1953.
The Invisible Hand in the Wilderness: Economics, Ecology, and God
By author: Malcolm Clemens Young
Product Code: P489
ISBN: 9780881464870
Pages: 288
Product Format: Paperback
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Most environmental theologians focus their efforts on inspiring a love for the natural world. They seek out metaphors and images from the world’s scriptures to create an ethical revolution so that people will begin to passionately care for the earth. The problem with this approach is that most people already appreciate nature. However, the values that direct their lives at work and as consumers are more important to them. They are more likely to derive their sense of meaning and articulate their goals using the symbols and methodologies of economics. This book brings together insights from three fields: economics, ecology, and theology in order to construct a more healthy and productive picture of human wellbeing. Economic ideas have a theological history that needs to be addressed if we are to begin healing the world.

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