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NEW TI TLE ANNOUNCEMENT SPRING 20 19

IN S I D E:
New Sensible Shoes Series Study Guides 6
Searching for the Common Good 9
Brave Words for Brave Souls 10
Newest Release from Award-Winning Author Jen Pollock Michel 12
Exciting New Historical Fiction on Phoebe and Priscilla 20
A Prayer Journey Through Lent 38
“One of Jesus’ last commands at his table with his friends was ‘remember me.’
It still stands. As I Recall is a ribbon tied round the fingers of our souls.”
JOHN ORTBERG, senior pastor at Menlo Church

F O R M O R E I N F O R M AT I O N S E E P A G E 5 .
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IVP Praxis 16

IVP Connect 17

IVP Academic 18-31

IVP Winter 2019 Highlights 32

IVP Recent Releases 33

IVP Bestselling Books 34-35

IVP Bestselling Bible Studies 36

IVP Bestselling Academic Books 37

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YO U K N OW YO U R N U M B E R .
N O W W H AT ?

For those who have learned about the Enneagram and wonder “What's next?”—this handbook is the
answer. Filled with spiritual practices to engage, challenge, encourage, sustain, and build empathy,
Spiritual Rhythms for the Enneagram examines each Enneagram type thoroughly and leads
us into greater awareness for true spiritual and relational transformation.

Including new insight on the Enneagram and the Harmony Triads, and offering helpful “Soul Resources”
in the appendix, this handbook can be used by individuals or groups.
ADELE AND DOUG CALHOUN have served on the pastoral staff of four churches and
are currently copastors of spiritual formation at Highrock Covenant Church in Arlington, Massachusetts.
They are both certified Enneagram instructors and enjoy providing resources to spiritual leaders and
pastors through speaking, formation retreats, spiritual direction, and teaching the Enneagram. Adele is
the author of a number of other books including Spiritual Disciplines Handbook.

CLARE AND SCOT T LOUGHRIGE are cofounders and lead pastors of Crossroads
Church in Marshall, Michigan, where they have served for twenty-six years. They are both certified
Enneagram instructors, using the tool to engage professionals, small groups, and a two-year formational
community. Clare is the author of two guidebooks on the Enneagram.

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THE GIFT OF WONDER
Creative Practices for Delighting in God

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Each chapter includes multiple ideas for fresh spiritual
practices that engage all the senses
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• Includes a guide for groups

CONTENTS
Introduction 9. Rest in the Moment
1. Delight Yourself in God 10. Cultivate Gratitude
2. Open Yourself to Awe 11. See Things Differently
and Wonder 12. Stay Close to the Cracks
3. Let Your Life Speak 13. Come to the Table
4. Unleash Your Inner Child 14. Embrace Trust
5. Set Your Imagination Free Acknowledgments
6. Give Yourself the Gift of Appendix: Guidelines for
Curiosity Leading a Group
7. Remember We Are Index of Creative Practices
Earthlings
8. Return to the Rhythm
of Life

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“If you are craving a fresh approach to connecting
with God, this book will ignite your imagination and
inspire you to explore new life-giving practices.”
LISA SCANDRETTE, coauthor of Belonging and Becoming

BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIAN LIFE / SPIRITUAL GROWTH “Christine Aroney-Sine’s The Gift of Wonder is a book
224 pages, paperback, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, of wisdom and delight! . . . Read this and then live it;
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CLINT BALDWIN, executive director of Word Made Flesh

Can you imagine a God who dances with shouts of joy, This book invites us to pay attention to childlike
laughs when you laugh, loves to play, enjoys life, and characteristics that have the power to reshape us.
invites us to join the fun? Each chapter addresses a characteristic to embrace,
Christine Sine had spent many years with an image including delight, playfulness, imagination, awe and
of God who was “a very serious, workaholic type of wonder, love of nature, the ability to live in the present,
God.” And even when her theology told her this was and more. Fresh spiritual practices that engage all our
not true, she struggled to live into this new way of senses help us live a new spiritual life that embraces
thinking. What she needed was a childlike spirituality. the wonder and joy that God intends for us.

C H R I ST I N E A R O N E Y-S I N E lives in Seattle and is the founder and facilitator for God
Space, an online community that grew out of her passion for creative spirituality,
gardening, and sustainability. Christine trained as a physician in Australia, practiced in
New Zealand, and directed the healthcare ministry for Mercy Ships. Her books include
Rest in the Moment, Return to Our Senses, GodSpace, and Tales of a Seasick Doctor.
AS I RECALL
Discovering the Place of Memories in Our Spiritual Life

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Each chapter teaches a spiritual practice to try

• Draws on current neuroscience information

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CONTENTS
Introduction: A Question 7. Coming Back Again
Before Remembering 8. I’ve Felt Like This Before
1. How We Got Here 9. A Familiar Table
2. The Art of Noticing Shells 10. Remember, Be Here Now
3. Living With Shells 11. A Future Memory
4. The Weight of Shells Pause
Pause 12. A Closing Post-It Note
5. Every Memory Belongs
6. Remembering Who
We Are

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“One of Jesus’ last commands at his table with his
friends was ‘remember me.’ It still stands. As I Recall
is a ribbon tied round the fingers of our souls.”
JOHN ORTBERG, senior pastor at Menlo Church

“I love this book. Casey offers a simple yet life-


altering invitation: to remember.”
CATHERINE McNIEL, author of Long Days of Small Things

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What if our memories are like shells we gather on a of Scripture who also had a sensory life, gathering
beach? shells and trying to make sense of them.
According to pastor and spiritual director Casey In these pages Casey Tygrett explores the power
Tygrett, how we hold and carry our memories—good of memory and offers biblical texts and practices
and bad—is a part of what forms us spiritually. In to guide us in bringing our memories to God for
this way we have a common bond with the people spiritual transformation.

C A S E Y T YG R E T T is a writer, pastor, adjunct seminary professor, and spiritual director


who serves as theologian in residence at Parkview Christian Church in Orland Park, Illinois.
He is the author of Becoming Curious and The Jesus Rhythm, and he speaks in a variety of
locations in the United States, Canada, and Australia. He also blogs at patheos.com and
is the host of the OtherWISE podcast.
ALL NEW
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of our own mess.” tale of four friends with own soul, read An Extra Mile.”
JULIE CANTRELL true-to-life faith.” S U SI E L A R S O N
New York Times bestselling E M I LY P. F R E E M A N talk radio host, national speaker,
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After hearing from women around the world who were transformed by using the Sensible Shoes Study
Guide with their small groups, author Sharon Garlough Brown has written new study guides for each
of the remaining three books in the series.

These study guides are practical resources to help you process the characters’ stories and explore each
of the novel’s spiritual formation themes more deeply. You’ll find eight or twelve weeks of daily Scrip-
ture readings, reflection questions, and invitations to prayer, with weekly discussion questions and
practices for groups to do together. Each week also features a list of spiritual disciplines used by the
characters that you can incorporate into your own life with God.

Individually or with a group, as you walk with the women of Sensible Shoes on holy ground, you’ll be
invited to encounter God in significant new ways.

SHARON GARLOUGH BROWN is a spiritual director, speaker, and cofounder


of Abiding Way Ministries, providing spiritual formation retreats and resources. A graduate
of Princeton Theological Seminary, Sharon has served on the pastoral staff of congregations
in Scotland, Oklahoma, England, and most recently in West Michigan, where she copastored
with her husband, Jack, for many years.

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LEARNING FROM HENRI NOUWEN AND VINCENT VAN GOGH
A Portrait of the Compassionate Life

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• Includes never-before-published material that the
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and the work of Vincent van Gogh

• Includes full-color art by van Gogh

CONTENTS
Introduction: Encountering 5. Vincent: The Art of
Henri and Vincent Consolation
Part 1: Solidarity 6. My Story: Consoling
and Being Consoled
1. Henri: Vincent Cries
Out with Those Who Part 3: Comfort
Suffer 7. Henri: Vincent Offers
2. Vincent: A Time of Glimpses of Hope
Solidarity 8. Vincent: Comforting
3. My Story: Learning to Through Pictures
Live in Solidarity 9. My Story: Glimpses of
Part 2: Consolation Comfort and Hope
4. Henri: Vincent Feels Conclusion: The Essence
Deeply the Wounds Image Credits
of Life

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“Carol Berry interweaves her own stories with Henri
Nouwen’s and with those of the artist who inspired
them both, Vincent van Gogh. . . . The printed
BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIANITY / LITERATURE & THE ARTS artworks within allow the reader to reflect on the
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Carol Berry and her husband met and befriended Henri add her own research. She fills in background on the
Nouwen when she sat in his course on compassion at much misunderstood spiritual context of van Gogh’s
Yale Divinity School in the 1970s. At the request of work, and reinterprets van Gogh’s art (presented here
Nouwen’s literary estate, she has written this book, in full color) in light of Nouwen’s lectures. Berry also
which includes unpublished material recorded from brings in her own experience in ministry, sharing how
Nouwen’s lectures. Nouwen and van Gogh, each in his own way, led her
As an art educator, Berry is uniquely situated to to the richness and beauty of the compassionate life.
develop Nouwen’s work on Vincent van Gogh and to

C A R O L A . B E R R Y is an artist, art educator, and lecturer based in Vermont. She is also the
author of Vincent van Gogh: His Spiritual Vision in Life and Art. She has been studying
Vincent van Gogh since 1979, and spent years under the instruction of Henri J. M.
Nouwen. She has traveled throughout Europe retracing van Gogh’s life, visiting the towns
and villages in The Netherlands, Belgium, and France, where van Gogh lived and worked.
IN SE ARCH OF THE COMMON GOOD
Christian Fidelity in a Fractured World

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Overview of the breakdown of common life in the West

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• Includes distillation and application of the thought of
Charles Taylor and James K. A. Smith, among others

• Casts a biblical vision of abundant communal life


via good work, home, and Sabbath, rooted in the
Protestant tradition

• Written in clear, engaging prose accessible to the


average educated reader

CONTENTS
Foreword Part 3: The Practices of
Introduction Community
6. Sabbath and “The Chief
Part 1: The Breakdown of
End of Man”
Community
7. The Membership
1. The Passing of the
American Church 8. Work
2. The Unwinding of Part 4: The Promise of
Common Life in America Community

Part 2: The Problems for 9. Political Doctrine and Civil


Community Virtue

3. The Loss of Meaning 10. The Eternal City

4. The Loss of Wonder Acknowledgments

5. The Loss of Good Work Notes

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“Meador has written a clear, compelling, and distinctly BISAC RELIGION / RELIGION, POLITICS & STATE
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MARK P. RYAN, director of the Francis A. Schaeffer Institute

Common life in our society is in decline. Our and good work, and then recovers each of these by
communities are disintegrating, our public discourse is grounding them in a different story—a story rooted in
polarized and hateful, ethnic minorities face systemic the deep tradition of the Christian faith.
injustices, and economic inequalities are widening. This book reclaims a vision of common life for our
Jake Meador diagnoses our society’s decline as the fractured times: a vision that doesn’t depend on the
failure of a particular story we’ve told about ourselves: destinies of our economies or our political institutions,
the story of modern liberalism. He shows us how that but on our citizenship in a heavenly city.
story has led to our collective loss of meaning, wonder,

J A K E M E A D O R is vice president of the Davenant Institute and the editor in chief of Mere
Orthodoxy, an online magazine covering the Christian faith in the public sphere. He lives
with his wife and children in his hometown of Lincoln, Nebraska.
Belinda Bauman was living a comfortable life as a wife, mother, and nonprofit leader—but her soul
was checked out. Then she met Esperance. An assault survivor living in one of the poorest, most
dangerous countries in the world, Esperance and other Congolese women shared their harrowing
stories with Belinda. Their vulnerability set Belinda on a path of embracing empathy. If Esperance
could love in the face of so much pain, maybe there is hope for the world too.

From the top of Mount Kilimanjaro to the borders of war-torn Syria, Belinda takes readers along
her journey to true empathy. With cutting-edge neuroscience, biblical parables, and stories of
brave women from across the globe, she offers readers direction for seeing others’ perspectives,
listening well, and redeeming conflict. She casts a vision for lives and communities transformed
by everyday Christians practicing empathy as a spiritual discipline.

Photos by Sean Sheridan


“In an age where it is easy to think of ourselves as socially aware and compassionate,
but where studies show we are swiftly losing our empathy and growing ever-more distant
from one another, this book is a beautiful and passionate call back to becoming fully
human, learning to listen to one another’s stories, and being willing to risk the loss of
comfort to live in solidarity with others. I can’t recommend it highly enough.”
K E N W YT S M A
author of The Myth of Equality and Pursuing Justice

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BELINDA BAUMAN is the founder of One Million Thumbprints, a movement of peacemakers


advocating with women in the world’s worst conflict zones. She is also the founder of and the visionary behind
#SilenceIsNotSpiritual, a campaign calling churches to break the silence on violence against women.
Belinda is a speaker and contributor to Newsweek’s The Daily Beast, Red Tent Living, Huffington Post, and
Christianity Today. She completed a masters in curriculum development at Covenant College and a certificate
in lay trauma counseling from the Seattle School of Theology. Belinda and her husband, Stephan, and
their two sons live in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Learn more about Belinda’s ministry at onemillionthumbprints.org.


SURPRISED BY PARADOX
The Promise of “And” in an Either-Or World

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• From the author of Keeping Place and the 2015
Christianity Today Book of the Year Teach Us to Want
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CONTENTS
Introduction: A Little Bit of Part 3: Grace
Wondering 9. Free Lunch
Part 1: Incarnation 10. The Gracious Course of
1. The Great I And Rightness
2. Annunciations 11. Birds and Broken Wings
3. One Wild and Precious 12. The Efforts of Grace
Life Part 4: Lament
4. A Word About Glory 13. Fluency in the Loud
Part 2: Kingdom Groan
5. Hiding in Plain Sight 14. Complaints Department
6. Blessed Are 15. Unfinished Business
7. Birds and Barns 16. A Suffering God
8. The High Treason of Epilogue
Hallelujah Acknowledgments

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


"I call this book a paradox. I call it a wonder."
WINN COLLIER, author of Holy Curiosity

ALSO BY JEN POLLOCK MICHEL


Jen Pollock Michel
Keeping place

TEACH US TO WANT
jen pollock michel Foreword S c ot t S au l S
pollock michel

by

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l o n g i n g , a m b i t i o n

& t h e l i f e o f f a i t h

Ref lections on the Meaning of Home


Foreword by Katelyn Beaty
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While there are certainties in Christian faith, at the With personal stories and reflection on Scripture,
heart of the Christian story is also paradox. With literature, and culture, Michel takes us deeper into
signature candor and depth, Jen Pollock Michel helps mystery and worship of the One who is Mystery and
readers imagine a Christian faith open to mystery. Love. Each of the paradoxical themes about Christian
Jesus invites us to abandon the polarities of either faith she covers give us certainty about God while
and or in order to embrace the difficult, wondrous also leading us into greater curiosity about his nature
dissonance of and. and activity in the world.

J E N P O L L O C K M I C H E L is the author of Teach Us to Want and Keeping Place, both


published by InterVarsity Press with video curriculum available from RightNow Media. She
is a regular contributor for Christianity Today and Moody Bible Institute’s Today in the Word.
A wife and mother of five, Jen lives in Toronto.
THE COMMON RULE
Habits of Purpose for an Age of Distraction

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Offers four daily and four weekly practices to transform

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our habits in the midst of our busy and frazzled lifestyles

• Two-color interior design

SELEC TED CONTENTS


Introduction Daily Habit 4: Scripture
Before Phone
Part 1: How to Practice the
Common Rule Weekly Habit 1: One
Hour of Vulnerable
What Is a Rule?
Conversation with a
The Eight Habits of the Friend
Common Rule
Weekly Habit 2: Curating
Part 2: The Daily and Weekly Weekly Screen Stories to
Habits Four Hours
Daily Habit 1: Kneeling Weekly Habit 3: Fasting
Prayer at Morning, from Something for
Midday, and Bedtime Twenty-Four Hours
Daily Habit 2: One Meal Weekly Habit 4: Setting a
with Others Day Aside for Sabbath
Daily Habit 3: Daily Hour Epilogue: On Failure and
with Phone Off Beauty

H A B I T S Hab
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EMBRACE

W E E K LY

D A I LY
LOV
LOVE GOD

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RESIST

Da ily Ha B it s WEEKLY HaBi t s

1 1
Prayer three times daily One conversation with a friend

The modern2world is a machine


2 of a thousand invisible designed to help us create new routines and transform
One meal with others Limit media to four hours

3 3
One hour with phone off Fast from something one day

habits, forming us into anxious, busy, and depressed frazzled days into lives of love for God and neighbor.
4 4
Read Scripture before phone One Sabbath day

people. We yearn for the freedom and peace of Justin Earley provides concrete, doable habits, such
the gospel, but remain addicted to our technology, as a daily hour of phoneless presence or a weekly
shackled by our screens, and exhausted by our routines. conversation with a friend.
The answer to our contemporary chaos is to practice As you embark on these life-giving practices, you will
a rule of life that aligns our habits to our beliefs. The find the freedom and rest for your soul that comes from
Common Rule offers four daily and four weekly habits aligning belief in Jesus with the practices of Jesus.

J U ST I N W H I T M E L E A R L E Y is a mergers and acquisitions attorney in Richmond, Virginia,


and the founder of The Common Rule, an organization that teaches practices designed
to form us in the love of God and neighbor. He previously spent several years in China as
the founder and general editor of The Urbanity Project and as the director of Thought and
Culture Shapers, a nonprofit dedicated to serving the community through arts.
TAKING IT TO THE STREETS
Lessons from a Life of Urban Ministry

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Describes the realities of urban ministry for those
looking to get involved
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• Includes discussions of systemic racism, the prosperity


gospel, gentrification, the foster care system, and other
realities of urban life and ministry

• Filled with stories from the author’s long-time


experience of urban ministry

• Offers real-world accounts of injustice alongside the


the gospel of compassion that offers hope to the
downtrodden

CONTENTS
Introduction 8. Social Justice: Raise-
1. Step Foot in the Your-Fist Religion
Resistance 9. The Rise of the
2. The Resistance Is Real: Prosperity Gospel: The
Welcome to My Hood Scriptural Interpretation
that Killed
3. Children of the Streets:
The High Price of 10. Rethinking Urban
Apathy Ministry: Reverend
Adam Clayton Powell
4. Gentrification: What Jr.’s Road to Social
Happens When There’s Justice Ministry
No Direction Home?
11. Waging Peace: To Be
5. The Revolutionary Called “God’s Child”
Jesus: Leader of the
Resistance 12. Stories from the
Streets: Where Do We
6. Death in the Pot: The Belong?
Story of Racism in
BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIAN MINISTRY / PASTORAL RESOURCES America 13. Proximity: The Last
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7. True Religion: The
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Black Church and the
Resistance

Known around Oakland, California, as “OG Rev.,” Whether we ourselves are from the city or not, we
Reverend Harry Williams’s calling is to the streets: to need a deep understanding of its social, political,
the hungry, homeless, addicted, incarcerated, and and spiritual realities if we’re to minister effectively.
vulnerable. In this book he invites us into his world, Taking It to the Streets offers firsthand accounts of
taking on racism, the plight of children in the inner urban life alongside large-scale considerations of its
city, gentrification, urban violence, the prosperity systemic challenges, meant to inspire and equip a
gospel, and more from an inside perspective. new generation of ministers to our cities.

H A R R Y L O U I S W I L L I A M S I I is an ordained minister and the author of several books,


including No Easy Walk and Street Cred. He serves the poor, addicted, homeless, and
formerly incarcerated in Oakland, California.
LIVE THE QUES TIONS
How Searching Shapes Our Convictions and Commitments

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Explores key questions from Scripture

• Provides pastoral reflection on how asking good

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questions helps us lead good lives

CONTENTS
Introduction: The Power of 6. “If Only I Could Vanish
Asking Good Questions in Darkness,” Questions
1. “Where Are You?” The of Loss, Conviction, and
Big Question Work

2. “Am I My Brother’s 7. “How Can I Be Born After


Keeper?” A Question of Growing Old?” The Cost
Responsibility of Discipleship

3. “How Will I Know?” 8. “Where Do You Get


Questioning in Times of That Living Water?”
Uncertainty Commitment and
Community
4. “Who Am I?” Questions
of Shame, Fear, and Conclusion: “I Was Blind, but
Identity Now I See” Next Steps for
the Journey
5. “Why This Burden?”
Questions of Burdens Acknowledgments
and Doubts

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“Jeff Keuss’s book displays the practiced wisdom
and gentle realism that comes from having looked
into the eyes of both idealistic students and cynical
adults. . . . If you are ready for a more authentic faith
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the right guide and his book is a good tool.”
TOD BOLSINGER, author of Canoeing the Mountains

Life is full of questions: questions about our identity, our find insights from people who asked questions of God
relationships, our faith. Sometimes it seems like there and others. From God asking Adam and Eve, “Where
are no easy answers. But grappling with hard questions are you?” to the Samaritan woman asking Jesus for
can lead us to form deeper faith commitments and water, Live the Questions explores critical questions
discern who we are called to become. in Scripture and what they can teach us about doubt,
Jeffrey Keuss says that asking good questions helps us faith, and uncertainty in our everyday lives.
to lead good lives. He takes us on a tour of Scripture to

J E F F R E Y F. K E U S S is professor of Christian ministry, theology, and culture at Seattle


Pacific University. He is also the executive director of Pivot Northwest. He is a regular
contributor to the Kindlings Muse podcast on theology and culture and is on the editorial
board of Literature and Theology. His books include Freedom of the Self, Blur, and Your
Neighbor’s Hymnal.
BECOMING A JUST CHURCH
Cultivating Communities of God’s Shalom

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• Provides a theological vision for how the local church
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can embody God’s justice to the community

CONTENTS
Foreword by Dennis Edwards Part 2: Justice in Our
Introduction Congregational Life
5. Low Ground Church:
Part 1: An Ecclesiology for
Discerning Vision in a
Justice
High Ground World
1. Justice Isn’t an Outreach
6. Recovering Kinship:
Strategy: A Way of Life
Hospitality as Resistance
for the People of God
7. Discipling People into
2. Exiles in the Promised
Shalom Community
Land: The Church as
Prophetic Alternative 8. Worship: Questions that
Drive How We Gather
3. Demonstrating Mañana:
The Church as a Parable Part 3: What’s Next?
of God's Intent 9. Power: A Conversation
4. Gardeners of Shalom: with Juliet Liu and
The Church for Brandon Green About
Flourishing and the Lynchpin of Justice
Transformation Epilogue: Commence Justice

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK


“One of those rare books possessing the potential
to change the way we think about and do Christian
ministry.”
DENNIS EDWARDS, from the foreword
BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIAN MINISTRY / DISCIPLESHIP “A biblical approach for churches to seek shalom in
224 pages, paperback, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches, their contexts, living as God’s demonstration for the
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world to witness with wonder.”
JOSÉ HUMPHREYS, author of Seeing Jesus in East Harlem

Many local churches don’t know what to do about congregational DNA. As we grow in becoming just, the
justice. We tend to compartmentalize it as merely a church becomes a prophetic alternative to the broken
strategy for outreach, and we often outsource it to systems of the world and a parable of God’s intentions
parachurch justice ministries. for human flourishing and societal transformation.
Adam Gustine calls the local church to be just and This renewed vision for the church leads us into culti-
do justice. He provides a theological vision for our vating a just life together—in community, discipleship,
identity as a just people, where God’s character and worship, and more—extending justice out into the
the pursuit of shalom infuses every aspect of our world in concrete ways.

A DA M L . G U ST I N E leads CovEnterprises, a social enterprise initiative of Love Mercy Do


Justice, for the Evangelical Covenant Church. He is also the founder of Jubilee Ventures,
an enterprise incubator in South Bend, Indiana, dedicated to extending opportunity,
restoration, and ownership to the margins. He has pastored multiple churches in a wide
variety of contexts and has a doctor of ministry degree from Missio Seminary in Philadelphia.
THE RISEN CHRIST
Jesus’ Final Words on Earth
Bill Weimer

FEATURES & BENEFITS OF LIFEGUIDE


BIBLE STUDIES

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Over fifteen million LifeGuides sold


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• Convenient workbook format includes inductive Jesus’ Final Words on Earth


approach and application questions

CONTENTS
Getting the Most Out of 5. Do You Love Me?
The Risen Christ (John 21:1-25)
1. Who Are You Looking 6. Make Disciples: I Am
For? with You
(John 20:1-18) (Matthew 28:11-20) Over
15 Million
2. What Are You 7. Wait, Receive, Witness LifeGuides
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Discussing? (Acts 1:1-14)
(Luke 24:13-49) 8. Who Are You, Lord?
3. I Am Sending You (Acts 9:1-22)
(John 20:19-23) Leader’s Notes
4. Stop Doubting and
Believe
(John 20:24-31)

8 S T U D I E S F O R I N D I V I D UA L S O R G R O U P S

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Jesus’ words from the cross are not Jesus’ last words In this eight-session LifeGuide, you will meet the risen
on earth. Jesus appeared to his fearful and questioning Jesus Christ and hear his words. May he encounter you
disciples, encouraged them, and gave them his final in your life situations, encourage your faith, and excite
instructions after his resurrection from the dead. you about engaging others in discussions about Jesus.
In various settings and at different times, Jesus For over three decades LifeGuide Bible Studies have
interacted with many of his followers to show them he provided solid biblical content and raised thought-
was alive. His postresurrection dialogues with these provoking questions—making for a one-of-a-kind
women and men truly are Jesus’ last words! Bible study experience for individuals and groups.

B I L L W E I M E R , a former Navy chaplain, is pastor emeritus of Mariner Sands Chapel,


an ecumenical congregation in Stuart, Florida. He has taught courses at Georgia State
University and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, and he and his wife have led Bible studies
on college campuses, at military commands, and for six congregations. They now live in
Atlantic Beach, Florida, where they facilitate Bible discussions and classes.
“This translation will be
enormously useful to ordinary but
serious Bible-readers.”

IAIN PROVAN,
Regent College

“This is a book to browse


alongside your customary
Bible version for fresh insights,
challenge, and enjoyment.”

CHRISTOPHER J. H.
W R I G H T,
Langham Partnership

PR E M I U M
F E AT U R E S :
• Metallic silver
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A N E W T R A N S L AT I O N
O F T H E O L D T E S TA M E N T
from JOHN GOLDINGAY

M ost Bible translations bend the text toward us. They make the rough places
smooth, the odd bits more palatable to our modern sensibilities. In every
translation something is gained and something lost.

The First Testament is an invitation to read the sacred text through the eyes of one of
the most accomplished Old Testament scholars in the English-speaking world today.
Translating the Hebrew text consistently, word–by–word, allows the language of Zion
to come to us unbaptized in pious religiosity.

Consider these sample passages:

“Yahweh said to Abram, ‘Get yourself from your “My shepherd being Yahweh, I don’t lack;
country, from your homeland, and from your he enables me to lie down in grassy pastures.
father’s household, to the country that I shall He leads me to settled water;
enable you to see, and I shall make you into a big he turns my life back” (Psalm 23:1-3).
nation. I shall bless you and make your name big
and you’ll become a blessing’ ” (Genesis 12:1-2).

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ALSO BY
JOHN GOLDINGAY

J O H N G O L D I N G A Y is David Allan
978-0-8308-4090-8, $45.00

978-0-8308-2469-4, $22.00

Hubbard Professor Emeritus of Old


Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary.
His many books include a seventeen-volume
Old Testament for Everyone series, where
much of this translation first appeared.
978-0-8308-5153-9, $60.00

978-0-8308-5174-4, $18.00
PHOEBE
PAU L A G O O D E R
A Story

PHOE B E Sometime around 56 AD, the apostle Paul wrote to the church in Rome. He
entrusted this letter to Phoebe, whom he describes as the deacon of the church
A Story
at Cenchreae and a patron of many. But who was this remarkable woman?
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Biblical scholar and popular speaker Paula Gooder imagines Phoebe’s


story—who she was, the life she lived, and her first-century faith—and in
doing so opens up Paul’s world, giving a sense of the cultural and historical
pressures that shaped his thinking and the faith of the early church. After the
narrative, Gooder includes an extensive notes section with comments on the
historical context, biographical details, cultural practices, and more.

BISAC RELIGION / BIBLICAL BIOGRAPHY / NEW TESTAMENT


320 pages, paperback, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches,
978-0-8308-5245-1, $22.00, USM, 32 bks/ctn

PA U L A G O O D E R is a writer and lecturer in biblical studies with a passion to ignite people’s


enthusiasm for reading the Bible today, by presenting the best of biblical scholarship in an
accessible and interesting way. She works for the Church of England as the director of mission
learning and development in the Birmingham Diocese.

PRISCILLA
The Life of an Early Christian

Who was Priscilla? Readers of the Bible may know her as the wife of Aquila,
Paul’s coworker, or someone who explained God to Apollos. Biblical
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references to Priscilla spark questions: Why is she mentioned before her


husband? Does the mention of her instruction of Apollos mean that women
taught in the church? What is her story?
In this work of historical fiction, Priscilla looks back on her long life
and remembers the ways she has participated in the early church. Ben
Witherington combines biblical scholarship and winsome storytelling to
give readers a vivid picture of an important New Testament woman.

BISAC RELIGION / BIBLICAL BIOGRAPHY / NEW TESTAMENT


208 pages, paperback, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches,
978-0-8308-5248-2, $20.00, W, 48 bks/ctn

B E N W I T H E R I N G T O N I I I is Jean R. Amos Professor of New Testament for Doctoral Studies at


Asbury Theological Seminary and has written over forty books, including The Jesus Quest, The
Paul Quest, New Testament Theology and Ethics, and commentaries on the entire New Testament.
An ordained pastor in the United Methodist Church and a popular lecturer, Witherington has
presented seminars for churches, colleges, and biblical meetings around the world.
BALM IN GILEAD
NEW IN SERIES
A Theological Dialogue with Marilynne Robinson

Pulitzer Prize–winning novelist Marilynne Robinson is one of the most eminent

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public intellectuals in America today. In addition to literary elegance, her
trilogy of novels (Gilead, Home, and Lila) and her collections of essays offer
probing meditations on the Christian faith.
This volume, based on the 2018 Wheaton Theology Conference, brings
together the thoughts of leading theologians, historians, literary scholars,
and church leaders who engaged in theological dialogue with Robinson’s
published work—and with the author herself.

BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIANITY / LITERATURE & THE ARTS


250 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
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WH E ATON THEO LO GY CO NFEREN C E SER I ES

T I M O T H Y L A R S E N is McManis Professor K E I T H L . J O H N S O N is associate professor


of Christian Thought at Wheaton College. of theology at Wheaton College. He is
He is the author of George MacDonald author of Theology as Discipleship and Karl
in the Age of Miracles, A People of One Barth and the Analogia Entis, and he is the
Book, and Crisis of Doubt. coeditor of Bonhoeffer, Christ and Culture.

MINISTERING IN PATRONAGE CULTURES


Biblical Models and Missional Implications

Patronage—a reciprocal relationship between social unequals—is a central


part of global cultures and the biblical story of God’s mission, yet many

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Westerners misunderstand or ignore this concept. If we ignore patronage
in biblical cultures, we will misinterpret Yahweh’s relationship with Israel and
miss some of the meaning in Jesus’ parables and Paul’s letters.
In this resource for ministry practitioners and lay Christians alike, Jayson
Georges brings his crosscultural experience and biblical insights to bear
on the topic of patronage, with sections on cultural issues, biblical models,
theological concepts, and missional implications.

BISAC RELIGION / BIBICAL STUDIES / HISTORY & CULTURE


192 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5247-5, $22.00, W, 56 bks/ctn

J AYS O N G E O R G E S has served crossculturally for over fifteen years in Central Asia, a refugee
community in the United States, and now in the Middle East. He is the coauthor of Ministering
in Honor-Shame Cultures and the author of The 3D Gospel and The Honor-Shame Paraphrase
series. Georges has taught about honor-shame and patronage around the world and is the
founding editor of honorshame.com.
THE OLD TESTAMENT IN SEVEN SENTENCES
NEW IN SERIES
A Small Introduction to a Vast Topic

Some people find the Old Testament to be confusing, out-of-date, and


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essentially replaced by the New Testament. But the Old Testament offers
us a grand narrative that reveals God’s work, God’s purposes, and God’s
wisdom.
Using seven key sentences drawn straight from the Old Testament,
Christopher J. H. Wright fits the pieces together, shows us the coherent
whole, and points us toward Jesus. This short survey shows God’s faith-
fulness and love for his people and illuminates how the Old Testament
Scriptures prepared for the identity and mission of Jesus.

BISAC RELIGION / BIBICAL STUDIES / OLD TESTAMENT


160 pages, paperback, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches,
978-0-8308-5225-3, $16.00, W, 64 bks/ctn
I N T R ODU CT I ON S I N S E V E N SENTENCES

C H R I ST O P H E R J . H . W R I G H T is international ministries director of the Langham Partnership,


providing literature, scholarships, and preaching training for pastors in Majority World churches
and seminaries. He has written many books, including The Mission of God, Cultivating the Fruit
of the Spirit, Old Testament Ethics for the People of God, Knowing Jesus Through the Old
Testament, and commentaries on Deuteronomy, Jeremiah, Lamentations, and Ezekiel.

OLD TESTAMENT ETHICS: A GUIDED TOUR

What is ethics? Ethics is not merely about tricky situations or hot topics.
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Instead, ethics asks questions about what sort of people we are, how we
think, what sort of things we do and don’t do, and how we ought to live our
everyday lives. How might we learn ethics from the Old Testament?
Trusted guide John Goldingay urges us to let the Old Testament itself set
the agenda. Topically organized with short standalone chapters, this volume
takes readers through the Old Testament's teaching about relationships,
work, Sabbath, character, and more, featuring Goldingay’s own translation
and discussion questions for group use.

BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / ETHICS


275 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5224-6, $28.00, W, 36 bks/ctn

J O H N G O L D I N G AY is professor of Old Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary, but lives in


Oxford, England. His books include An Introduction to the Old Testament, A Reader’s Guide to
the Bible, and commentaries on Psalms, Isaiah, and Daniel. He has also authored the three-volume
Old Testament Theology and the seventeen-volume Old Testament for Everyone series, and has
published a translation of the entire Old Testament called The First Testament: A New Translation.
SEASONED SPEECH
Rhetoric in the Life of the Church
s e a s o n e d

“The heart of Christianity is a myth which is also a fact.”—C. S. Lewis

“The Christian faith is the most exciting drama that ever staggered the imagination.”—Dorothy L. Sayers

“The glory of Jesus is hidden in his humility and is perceived only in faith.”—Dietrich Bonhoeffer

“We are bound up in a delicate network of interdependence.”—Desmond Tutu

“Nothing true can be said about God from a posture of defense.”—Marilynne Robinson
The Christian faith depends to a great degree on persuasion. Yet rhetoric—
the art of persuasion—has been largely ignored by most Christians.
s p e e c h

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James Beitler seeks to renew interest in and hunger for an effective
Christian rhetoric by closely considering the work of five beloved Christian RHETORIC IN THE LIFE OF THE CHURCH

communicators: C. S. Lewis, Dorothy L. Sayers, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Desmond


Tutu, and Marilynne Robinson. These writers collectively demonstrate that
being a master of rhetoric is not antithetical to authentic Christian witness.
Indeed, being a faithful disciple of Christ means practicing a rhetoric that
beneficially and persuasively imparts the surprising truth of the gospel.

BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / APOLOGETICS JAMES E. BEITLER III


250 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5244-4, $25.00, W, 40 bks/ctn

J A M E S E . B E I T L E R I I I is associate professor of English at Wheaton College, where he is


the director of First-Year Writing and also coordinates the Writing Fellows Program. He is the
author of Remaking Transitional Justice in the United States: The Rhetorical Authorization of the
Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

PURSUING AN EARTHY SPIRITUALITY


C. S. Lewis and Incarnational Faith

“Red beef and strong beer” was how C. S. Lewis described his education
under one of his early tutors. In other words, it was a substantial education that

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engaged deeply with the intellectual tradition and challenged him to grow.
Engaging the writings of C. S. Lewis, Gary Selby contends that spiritual
formation comes about not by retreating from the physical world but through
deeper engagement with it. By considering themes such as our human
embodiment, our sense of awareness in our everyday experiences, and the
role of our human agency, Selby demonstrates that an earthy spirituality can
be a robust spirituality.

BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIANITY / LITERATURE & THE ARTS


218 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5236-9, $22.00, W, 48 bks/ctn

G A R Y S . S E L BY serves as professor of ministerial formation at Emmanuel Christian Seminary at


Milligan College. He is the author of Not with Wisdom of Words: Nonrational Persuasion in the
New Testament and Martin Luther King and the Rhetoric of Freedom: The Exodus in America’s
Struggle for Civil Rights.
IN SEARCH OF CHRIST IN LATIN AMERICA
From Colonial Image to Liberating Savior

Noted theologian Samuel Escobar offers a magisterial survey and study of


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Christology in Latin America. Presented for the first time in English, this rich
resource starts with the first Spanish influence and moves through popular
religiosity and liberationist themes in Catholic and Protestant thought of the
twentieth and twenty-first centuries, culminating in an important description
of the work of the Latin American Theological Fraternity.
Escobar chronologically traces the journey of Latin American Christology
and describes the milestones along the way toward a rich understanding of
the spiritual reality and powerful message of Jesus.

BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / CHRISTOLOGY


384 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5186-7, $45.00, W, 28 bks/ctn

S A M U E L E S C O B A R , a native of Peru and a leading Latin American theologian, was one of


the key participants in the 1974 International Congress on World Evangelization at Lausanne,
Switzerland. He is professor emeritus of missiology at Palmer Theological Seminary and a past
president of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students. His books include The New
Global Mission and La Palabra: Vida de la Iglesia.

E X PA N D E D E D I T I O N
With new chapters from Christian college leaders
CAMPUS LIFE
In Search of Community—Expanded Edition

CAMPUS
L I. .F. E In 1990 the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching published
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IN SEARCH a classic report on the loss of a meaningful, stable basis for true community on
OF COMMUNITY college campuses—and in the nation. Now this expanded edition of Campus
... Life reintroduces educational leaders to the reports’ proposals while offering
Edited by
DREW MOSER up-to-date analysis and recommendations for Christian campuses today.
and

...
TO D D C. R E A M
Drew Moser and Todd C. Ream have assembled pairs of academic and student-
Foreword by
DAV I D B RO O K S
development leaders from top Christian colleges to offer a hopeful update on
the practice of community within Christian higher education. This expanded
edition includes the Boyer report in its entirety and a discussion guide.

C A R N E G I E F OU N DAT I O N F O R T H E
A DVA N C E M E N T O F T E A C H I N G BISAC EDUCATION / STUDENT LIFE & AFFAIRS
200 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5259-8, $30.00, WPD, 52 bks/ctn

D R E W M O S E R is dean of experiential learning T O D D C . R E A M is professor of higher


and associate professor of higher education at education at Taylor University, a
Taylor University and codirector of the Vocation distinguished fellow with the Lumen
in College Project. He is coauthor of Ready or Research Institute, and the author and
Not: Leaning into Life in our Twenties. editor of numerous books.
THE REFORMATION AND THE IRREPRESSIBLE WORD OF GOD EDITED BY Scott M. ManetSch

i r r e p r e S S i b l e WORD
M i c h a e l S. h o rto n ,
Interpretation, Theology, and Practice w i t h c o n t r i bu t i o n S b y

t h e r e f o r M at i o n
t i M ot h y G e o rG e , and d av i d S. d o c k e ry

The Protestant Reformers’ understanding of the Christian faith and the

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church was transformed by their encounter with Scripture.

OF
and the
These essays bring together the reflections of church historians and

GOD
theologians originally delivered at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School on
the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. As they consider
historical, hermeneutical, theological, and practical issues regarding the
Bible, these essays reveal that the irrepressible Word of God continues to th e r e f o r M at i o n
transform hearts and minds. and the i r r e p r e S S i b l e
WORD OF G O D
BISAC RELIGION / BIBLICAL STUDIES / EXEGESIS & HERMENEUTICS i n t e r p r e tat i o n , t h e o lo G y , and p r ac t i c e
250 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5235-2, $30.00, W, 40 bks/ctn

S C O T T M . M A N E TS C H is professor of church history at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He


is the associate general editor of the Reformation Commentary on Scripture and the author of
Calvins' Company of Pastors: Pastoral Care and the Emerging Reformed Church, 1536-1609.

A PAS TOR AL RULE FOR TODAY


Reviving an Ancient Practice

How can pastors thrive amid the demands of being preacher, therapist,
administrator, and CEO? What is needed is a contemporary pastoral rule: a

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pattern for ministry that both encourages pastors and enables them to focus
on what is most important in their pastoral task.
This book, coauthored by three experts with decades of experience, explains
how relying on a pastoral rule has functioned throughout the church’s history
and in the lives and work of figures such as Augustine, Calvin, Wesley, and
Bonhoeffer. It also provides concrete advice on how pastors can develop and
keep a rule that will help both them and their congregations to flourish.

BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIAN MINISTRY / PASTORAL RESOURCES


200 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5234-5, $20.00, W, 52 bks/ctn

J O H N P. B U R G E S S is James Henry J E R R Y A N D R E W S is the pastor J O S E P H D . S M A L L is the retired


Snowden Professor of Systematic of First Presbyterian Church in San director of the Presbyterian Church
Theology at Pittsburgh Theological Diego, California. (USA) Office of Theology and
Seminary. Worship.
Bethany McKinney Fox DISABILITY AND THE WAY OF JESUS
Holistic Healing in the Gospels and the Church

What does healing mean for people with disabilities? How did Jesus’
original audience understand his works of healing, and how should we relate
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to these texts today?


After examining Jesus’ healing narratives in their biblical and cultural contexts,
Fox considers perspectives from medical doctors, disability scholars, and
pastors to more fully understand what Jesus does as he heals and how
he points the way for relationships with people with disabilities. Personal
Disability and reflections from Christians with disabilities are featured throughout, with
suggestions for concrete practices adaptable to a variety of church settings.
th e way of jesus
Holistic Healing in the Gospels and the Church BISAC RELIGION / BIBLICAL STUDIES / GOSPELS
224 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5239-0, $28.00, W, 48 bks/ctn

B E T H A N Y M c K I N N E Y F OX is the director of student success and adjunct professor of Christian


ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary. She has worked previously at San Francisco Theological
Seminary, First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood, and L’Arche Wavecrest. Fox lives in Los
Angeles, where she is a founding pastor at Beloved Everybody Church.

BUT WHAT ABOUT GOD’S WRATH?


The Compelling Love Story of Divine Anger

How can a loving God also be a God of wrath? Kevin Kinghorn and Stephen
Travis offer a way forward beyond pat answers and devotional platitudes.
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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. Often God’s wrath is viewed as an
expression of holiness or justice, with the implicit assumption 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.

BISAC RELIGION / PHILOSOPHY


160 pages, paperback, 6 x 9 inches,
978-0-8308-5229-1, $18.00, W, 64 bks/ctn

KEVIN KINGHORN is a professor ST E P H E N T R AV I S served for more than thirty


of philosophy and religion at Asbury years at St. John’s College in Nottingham.
Theological Seminary. He is the author of He is the author of several books, including
The Decision of Faith and A Framework for Christian Hope and the Future, The Jesus Hope,
the Good. and Christ and the Judgement of God.
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A LITTLE BOOK FOR NEW HISTORIANS
Why and How to Study History

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FEATURES & BENEFITS
A LITTLE BOOK FOR

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Many people think of history as merely “the past”—or beautifully written introduction to the study of history.
at most, information about the past. But the real work In addition to making a case for the discipline in
of a historian is to listen to the voices of those who our pragmatic, “present-tense” culture, McKenzie
have gone before and humbly remember the flesh and lays out necessary skills, methods, and attitudes for
blood on the other side of the evidence. What is their historians in training. Loaded with concrete examples
story? How does it become part of our own? and insightful principles, this primer shows how the
In A Little Book for New Historians veteran historian study of history, faithfully pursued, can shape your
Robert Tracy McKenzie offers a concise, clear, and heart as well as your mind.

R O B E R T T R ACY M c K E N Z I E is Arthur F. Holmes Chair of Faith and Learning and professor and
chair of the department of history at Wheaton College. He is the author of books including One
South or Many?, Lincolnites and Rebels, and The First Thanksgiving: What the Real Story Tells Us
About Loving God and Learning from History.
CONTEMPL ATION & COUNSELING
NEW IN SERIES
An Integrative Model for Practitioners
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Can contemplative prayer be integrated into therapeutic work? Building an alliance


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A S S E S S ME NT
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New Testament

VII
ROMANS NEW IN SERIES ROMANS 1–8
1–8

New Testament
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VII With its themes of grace, sin, justification, and salvation through Christ alone, Paul’s letter
to the early church in Rome has been a primary focus of Christian reflection throughout
Romans 1–8
church history. In this RCS volume, church historian Gwenfair Adams guides readers through
a diversity of early modern commentary on the first eight chapters of Paul’s epistle to the
edited by
Gwenfair Walters Adams
Romans.

GWENFAIR WALTERS ADAMS is associate professor of church history at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. She
general editor is the author of Visions in Late Medieval England: Lay Spirituality and Sacred Glimpses of the Hidden Worlds
Timothy George
of Faith.
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R EFO R M ATI O N C O M M E N TA RY ON S CR I P T U R E
TRANSHUMANISM AND THE IMAGE OF GOD
Today’s Technology and the Future of Christian Discipleship

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Examining the transhumanist movement, biblical ethicist Jacob Shatzer grapples with the
potential for technology to transform the way we think about what it means to be human.
Exploring the doctrine of incarnation and topics such as artificial intelligence, robotics,
medical technology, and communications tools, he guides us into careful consideration of
the future of Christian discipleship in a disruptive technological environment.

JACOB SHATZER is assistant professor and associate dean in the School of Theology and Missions at Union
University. He is an ordained Southern Baptist minister and the author of A Spreading and Abiding Hope,
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In this freshly updated, comprehensive study, political scientist David Koyzis surveys the key
political ideologies of our era, unpacking the worldview issues inherent to each and pointing
out essential strengths and weaknesses. Writing with broad international perspective,
Koyzis is a sensible guide for Christians working in the public square, culture watchers, and
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DAVID KOYZIS holds a PhD in government and international studies from the University of Notre Dame. He
taught undergraduate political science for thirty years.

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N e w S t u d i e s i n B i bl i c a l T h e ol o g y

EXALTED ABOVE THE HEAVENS


NEW IN SERIES
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Above the AVA I L A B L E J A N U A R Y 8 , 2 0 1 9

Christians usually focus on what Jesus has done (his life, death, and resurrection) and what Heavens
he will do (his second coming and reign). However, Christ is the one who not only lived, The risen and ascended Christ
died, rose, and will come again: he is also currently seated at God’s right hand. In this NSBT
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Christ, through the lenses of his identity, his location, and his activity.

PETER ORR is lecturer in New Testament at Moore College in Sydney, Australia. He is the author of Christ
Absent and Present: A Study in Pauline Christology.

BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY / CHRISTOLOGY Peter C. Orr


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N EW ST UDIES IN B IB LICAL THEO LO GY
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rendered throughout the series in English in the ecumenically accepted Revised Standard
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the text of Scripture and offer their best theological, spiritual, and pastoral insights.
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THE WAY OF IGNATIUS
A Prayer Journey Through Lent

FEATURES & BENEFITS


• A popular introduction to prayer and the spiritual life in
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the tradition of Ignatius of Loyola

CONTENTS
Acknowledgements 6. The Spiritual Exercises:
1. Getting Going: Purpose and Method
Discovering What We 7. Caught in the System
Already Have 8. Surveying the Wondrous
2. How It All Works Cross
3. Two Journeys of Self- 9. An Attitude of Gratitude

Discovery Conclusion: Finding God in
4. The Pilgrim Sets Out All Things
5. Who Do You Say I Am?

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or religious specialists. It’s for everyone, and everyone approaches. At its heart is personal encounter with
has a capacity for it. Jesus, helping people to pray with the Scriptures in an
This is a popular introduction to prayer and the spiritual imaginative way.
life—a guide for Lent and the rest of the year—in the This book includes questions to aid reflection and
tradition of Ignatius Loyola. Simmonds also explores discussion at the end of each chapter, and also looks
Ignatian influence on the life of the seventeenth- at the way in which the Passion and resurrection of
century Yorkshire woman Mary Ward. Jesus are woven into the patterns of human life.

G E M M A S I M M O N D S is senior lecturer in pastoral and social studies and theology at Heythrop College, University
of London, where she teaches Ignatian spirituality. A sister of the Congregation of Jesus, she has worked in
teaching and in university and prison chaplaincy and done missionary work among women and street children in
Brazil. She has been a spiritual director and retreat-giver since the 1990s and is a renowned international speaker
and a regular broadcaster on religious programs.
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FIVE EVENTS THAT MADE CHRISTIANITY
Christmas, Good Friday, Easter, Ascension and Pentecost

“Jesus was a pest to the Romans and a threat to the religious leadership, so they hung
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him out like so much refuse. Little did they realize that it was like trying to put out a fire
with fuel. The whole world exploded.”
With characteristic style, John Pritchard takes us on pilgrimage to the Holy Land, as he
unpacks the five great events that made Christianity—Christmas, Good Friday, Easter,
Ascension, and Pentecost. We explore: “What happened?” “What did it mean?” “What
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J O H N P R I T C H A R D is the retired Bishop of Oxford and chairman of the Church of England Board of Education. He was formerly
Bishop of Jarrow and, before that, Archdeacon of Canterbury. His many books include How to Pray, The Intercessions Handbook,
The Life and Work of a Priest, God Lost and Found, Living Faithfully, and Ten.

RECONCILIATION
The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2019

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Global in scope, but focusing right down on the role of ordinary people in conflict
and violence, Reconciliation explores both the positives of multiculturalism and the
challenges of accepting difference. This book issues a vibrant call to the church to
maintain and strengthen relationships locally, among members, clergy, and laity; to
cross borders to build relationships between different denominations; and to maintain
open attitudes toward our neighbors from other religions and ideologies.

Forty biblically based meditations, with reflection questions, are offered for use at weekly
gatherings or for everyday devotion during Lent, on topics including impediments to
reconciliation, risking the self, humility, and radical openness to the other.

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224 pages, paperback, 5.43 x 8.5 inches, 978-0-2810-8008-3, $15.00, UAC

M U T H U R A J S WA M Y is director of The Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide and was previously the dean of faculty of
theology at Union Biblical Seminary in Pune, India, where he taught in the fields of religion and theology. He has been involved
with interreligious organizations in India for several years, promoting national dialogue and peace-building programs. At present,
he is general editor of the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion series.
THE RESILIENT DISCIPLE
A Lenten Journey from Adversity to Maturity

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Our own desert experience may involve attending to challenges that come upon us
suddenly—such as an illness or bereavement—or difficult relationships or patterns of
thinking that have long been draining us of life and joy. This vividly written book includes
wide-ranging prayers and Scripture readings, along with guides to using the material with
groups and in preaching and worship.

J U ST I N E A L L A I N - C H A P M A N is Archdeacon of Boston, Lincolnshire. She was previously


vice principal of the South-East Institute of Theological Education and a vicar in Clapham,
London. She is a regular conference and retreat speaker on the topic of resilience and
Christian discipleship, and she is the author of Resilient Pastors.

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176 pages, paperback, 5.43 x 8.5 inches, 978-0-2810-7853-0, $15.00, UAC

THE STUDY OF MINISTRY


A Comprehensive Survey of Theory and Best Practice

Written by an international team of leading authors from a range of relevant


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disciplines, this is the first comprehensive overview of the state of the art in the study
of Christian ministry. Covering all the major concepts, thinkers, and approaches, this
resource features authoritative contributions by experts in anthropology, psychology,
psychotherapy, sociology, political theory, and related fields of study.

M A R T Y N P E R CY is dean of Christ Church, Oxford.


E M M A P E R CY is chaplain, fellow, and welfare dean at Trinity College, Oxford.
I A N M A R K H A M is dean and president of Virginia Theological Seminary.

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768 pages, casebound, 6.14 x 9.21 inches, 978-0-2810-8136-3, $60.00, UAC

TRAVELS WITH A PRIMATE


Around the World with Robert Runcie

From darkest Africa to the darker and infinitely wetter birthplace of John Knox, from the
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remote expanse of the Alaska Highway to part of the Antipodes that even Bill Bryson
could not reach, Terry Waite takes us on a guided world tour in the company of Dr.
Robert Runcie. Travels with a Primate is the hilarious and affectionate story of the trials
and tribulations they encountered, and a delightful tribute to an enduring friendship.

T E R R Y WA I T E is a British Quaker, Anglican, humanitarian, and author. In the 1980s, he


worked as the Archbishop of Canterbury’s special envoy, traveling to the Middle East and
negotiating the release of many hostages in Iran, Libya, and Lebanon. He is the author of
Taken on Trust and Out of the Silence: Memories, Poems, Reflections.

BISAC BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / PERSONAL MEMOIRS


220 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.8 inches, 978-0-2810-8056-4, $15.00, UAC
HOPE RISING 365
Thoughts and Reflections for the Whole Year

Living through your teenage years can be hard. This is where Meg steps in, seeking to
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inspire, encourage, and challenge a whole generation of teenage girls through her daily
devotional, Hope Rising 365. Filled with personal stories, poetry, inspirational thoughts,
and short Bible reflections, these daily entries follow the academic year.

M E G C A N N O N runs koko (www.thekokostory.com), a website for pre-teen and teenage


girls exploring youth issues such as bullying, suicide, self-harm, and relationships. koko
is part of the wider Girls’ Brigade Ministries, and Meg is also connected with Romance
Academy, EAUK, YFC, Youthscape, and Premier Radio.

BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIAN LIFE / DEVOTIONAL


384 pages, casebound, 5.83 x 8.27 inches, 978-0-2810-7857-8, $20.00, UAC

MOUNTAIN-MOVING PRAYER
The Unlimited Potential

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Is there a mountain in the way? The toughest challenges, the biggest obstacle, seemingly
insurmountable problems all can be tackled, defeated, and shifted aside by faith-fueled
prayer. Relational struggles, financial strangleholds, emotional strife—whatever your
mountain may be, through prayer, God’s power can move it.

D E B R A G R E E N is the founder and national director of the charity Redeeming Our


Communities (ROC), founded in 2004. A frequent speaker, she has twenty-five years of
experience in bringing organizations together toward the goal of social transformation.
Debra is on the leadership team of Spring Harvest.

BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIAN LIFE / PRAYER


160 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.8 inches, 978-0-2810-8137-0, $14.00, UAC

BOB HARTMAN’S RHYMING BIBLE


50 Stories from the Old and New Testament

Internationally acclaimed storyteller and best-selling children’s author Bob Hartman


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retells classic Bible stories in rhyme. Featuring popular tales from the Old and New
Testaments, Hartman’s fresh take on these well-loved stories are a joy to read aloud with
any child and also lend themselves to be used in any storytelling setting with children.

B O B H A R T M A N has an international reputation as a storyteller and writer. He has


entertained audiences at the Edinburgh International Book Festival and Northern
Children’s Book Festival. His many titles for children include The Lion Storyteller Bible,
which has sold over 140,000 copies and has been translated into over eleven languages.

BISAC JUVENILE NONFICTION / GENERAL BIBLE STORY


128 pages, casebound, 8.46 x 10.24 inches, 978-0-2810-7794-6, $20.00, UAC
DOES RELIGION DO MORE HARM THAN GOOD?

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History is littered with wars and atrocities apparently inspired by religion, and today there
seems no end to reports of cruelty carried out in the name of God. But is it belief in God that
motivates these evils? The author’s investigation of these questions will encourage both
believers and unbelievers to discard the lazy thinking and easy assumptions that so often
disfigure the arguments on either side of this debate.

R U P E R T S H O R T T is religion editor of the Times Literary Supplement and a former visiting


fellow at Oxford University. His books include Christianophobia: A Faith Under Attack,
Rowan’s Rule: The Biography of the Archbishop, and God Is No Thing: Coherent Christianity.

BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIAN LIFE / SOCIAL ISSUES


100 pages, paperback, 5.05 x 7.8 inches, 978-0-2810-7871-4, $15.00, UAC

THE ONE HOUR BIBLE


From Adam to Apocalypse

Adam and Eve and the forbidden fruit, Jacob and the stairway to heaven, Joseph and
his brothers, Samson and Delilah, David and Goliath, Jonah and the whale, the miracles
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and teachings of Jesus, Paul’s vision on the road to Damascus, John’s vision of the new
Jerusalem: the Bible is full of dramatic stories that have made it the world’s bestselling
book, and yet few people ever get around to reading it from cover to cover.
Now, with The One Hour Bible readers of all ages can discover its riches and gain a birds-
eye view of the entire sweep of the Bible’s epic story—in just sixty minutes.

BISAC BIBLES / NEW LIVING TRANSLATION


112 pages, paperback, 4.37 x 7.01 inches, 978-0-2810-7964-3, $7.00, UAC

DEMENTIA FROM THE INSIDE


A Doctor’s Personal Journey of Hope

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Dr. Jennifer Bute was a highly qualified senior doctor in a large clinical practice, whose
patients included those with dementia. Then she began to notice symptoms in herself. After
she was given a diagnosis, she resolved to explore what could be done to slow the progress
of dementia and to help people living with it.

D R . J E N N I F E R B U T E is a senior doctor in the largest clinical practice in Southampton,


United Kingdom. She was also a fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners,
teaching medical students and doctors. L O U I S E M O R S E is a cognitive behavioral therapist
and researches and writes about dementia and people living with it. She is author of many
books, including Dementia: Frank and Linda’s Story.

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192 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.8 inches, 978-0-2810-8069-4, $15.00, UAC
FEARFULLY MADE
Positively Shaping Society

Rejection, failure, loneliness, death. Many young people today live in fear. But there
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is another way. A fearless generation is rising, and Hillsong Youth is leading the way.
Taking one of the core messages of Hillsong Youth UK, this full-color, graphically dynamic
and interactive mag-book will address the “big fears” of the day and encourage and
empower a youthful audience to overcome fear and live for Christ in today’s culture.

H I L L S O N G YO U T H U K is a fast-growing youth ministry of Hillsong Church in the United


Kingdom. Hillsong Church London is the London congregation of Hillsong Church which
also meets in twenty-three locations throughout the world, including Sydney, Paris, Kiev,
Cape Town, Stockholm, and New York City.

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224 pages, paperback, 7.44 x 9.69 inches, 978-0-2810-7864-6, $20.00, UAC

FOOTPRINTS IN THE AFRICAN SAND


My Life and Times

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This is the autobiography of Dr. Michael Cassidy, one of the most influential people in the
development of modern South Africa and a key figure in the growth of the Christian church
over the last fifty years. As the nations of Africa shook off the shackles of colonialism and
embraced their newfound independence, a singular figure burst into prominence in the
tumultuous atmosphere gripping the continent.

M I C H A E L C A S S I D Y is president of the International Lausanne Movement as well as founder


of African Enterprise. He played an important part in brokering the peace deal that saw the
end of apartheid, and he is a key figure in the growth of the church in sub-Saharan Africa.

BISAC BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / RELIGIOUS


448 pages, paperback, 5.43 x 8.5 inches, 978-0-2810-8101-1, $22.00, UAC

MIDWIFE OF BORNEO
The True Story of a Geordie Pioneer
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Based on Wendy Grey’s vividly detailed diaries, her many letters, and the extensive
newspaper coverage generated during her three-year mission, this is the story of a young
district nurse who responds to a call for aid from Christians in one of the remotest corners
of the world.

W E N D Y G R E Y R O G E R S O N , a district nurse, undertook pioneering work in Borneo under


the auspices of SPG (now USPG) in the late 1950s and early 1960s. B A R B A R A F OX worked
as a journalist for the Radio Times and the Telegraph newspapers. She is the author of Is
the Vicar in, Pet? and When the War Is Over.

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256 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.8 inches, 978-0-2810-8030-4, $15.00, UAC
OUT OF CONTROL
Couples, Conflict and the Capacity for Change

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Rooted in theological insight and thoroughly practical, this book will explore what domestic
abuse is, why it is perpetrated and the impact it has on children and adults. Filled with case
studies, including the author’s own story of abuse, the book offers a valuable insight into
various abusive behavioral traits and provides some pointers as to how we can address it,
both as individuals and as a church community.

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288 pages, paperback, 5.43 x 8.5 inches, 978-0-2810-7890-5, $18.00, UAC

THE CAUSE TO LIVE FOR


Building a Legacy Bigger Than You
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This is an edited collection of teachings from Vineyard’s national young adult conference, The
Cause to Live For, in Nottingham, United Kingdom. We would like to invite you to spend time
pursuing God and all He has for you, in the company of hundreds of young adults under one
roof. The contributors include Vineyard leaders with decades of experience and wisdom, and
others emerging as the next generation of inspirational speakers and worship leaders.

BISAC RELIGION / CHRISTIAN RITUALS & PRACTICE / WORSHIP


160 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.8 inches, 978-1-9164-5660-0, $15.00, UAC

THE SACRED ART OF JOKING

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Comedy is sacred—it’s woven through the Bible. James Cary has rare first-hand experience
of writing comedy for the BBC—and has a degree in theology. He and former actor and
comedian Barry Cooper (coauthor of Christianity Explored) do a weekly podcast called
Cooper and Cary Have Words. This is an intelligent, funny, informative book for anyone who
likes comedy.

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160 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.8 inches, 978-0-2810-8092-2, $14.00, UAC

THE MESSAGE OF DISCIPLESHIP


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Authentic Followers of Jesus in Today’s World

Soon after Jesus began his public ministry, he called his first disciples. He would teach and
train them and then, after his death and resurrection, commission and empower them to go
to the nations to make more followers of himself. Peter Morden explores the foundations, the
resources, and the practice of discipleship, from a range of Old and New Testament texts,
giving a well-rounded and satisfying picture of Christian discipleship.

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276 pages, hardcover, 5.43 x 8.5 inches, 978-1-7835-9493-1, $22.00, UAC
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Searching for Certainty in an Uncertain Age

Jesus claimed to be “the way and the truth and the life.” But can we really accept this
ultimate truth in an age of questioning, uncertainty, relativism, and skepticism? In MORE
Truth, young philosopher Kristi Mair explores whether Christians can be confident in the
truth in our anything-goes age.

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96 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.01 inches, 978-1-7835-9766-6, $12.00, UAC

MORE Real
Embracing the Authentic Life God Created You For.

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Following Jesus should not require fronts: when we fully grasp the love of God toward us,
in all our mess and sin and doubt, we experience the freedom that vulnerability, honesty,
and sacrifice bring. This book by Jon Brown explores how we can build lives on truth and
cultivate a real faith that lasts through the storms of life.

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100 pages, paperback, 5.08 x 7.01 inches, 978-1-7835-9768-0, $12.00, UAC

CATCHING CONTENTMENT
How to Be Holy Satisfied
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If anyone has a right to feel angry with life, then this author is a strong candidate. Having
battled with lung disease from a young age, suffered at the hands of bullies, and reluctantly
given up her much-loved teaching job, Liz Carter has plenty to complain about. Drawing
particularly on Paul’s letter to the Philippians, she makes a point of exploring contentment in
this book

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208 pages, paperback, 5.43 x 8.5 inches, 978-1-7835-9740-6, $15.00, UAC

MEN AND WOMEN IN CHRIST


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Fresh Light from the Biblical Texts


The debate between egalitarian and complementarian views on women in the church
and in marriage continues to cause division among evangelical Christians. Many books on
the subject are written from a firmly partisan point of view, whether complementarian or
egalitarian. Andrew Bartlett brings his expertise as a judge and arbitrator to assessment of
the debate, engaging irenically with arguments on each side.

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