By D. Densil Morgan
By Sung Kyu Park
“In this crucial examine, you'll find not just an invaluable and balanced dialogue of theology of spirituality in biblical and historic perspectives—which on my own might make the booklet worthy reading—but additionally a cautious and insightful research into the odd and salient gains of spirituality between a few African Christian groups. this can be must-reading for everybody who seeks to minister within the East African context and beyond.”
—Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen, Fuller Theological Seminary
“This brings the Western theological culture into dialogue with the neighborhood context of non secular improvement. the writer performs either insider and outsider roles and integrates the 2 with integrity. he's severe yet confident in his knowing of spirituality as a theological and cultural phenomenon. He does this with the integrity of an instructional theologian and a talented practitioner who has been concerned over an extended time period with non secular formation.”
—Julian C. Müller, college of Pretoria
“Combining his theological zeal, cultural expertise and sensitivity, and greater than ten years of missionary adventure in Africa, Park has contributed to the non secular formation in Kenya that might circulate mature, powerful, and fruitful Christian reviews. A must-read for college students of theology, pastors, missionaries, and Christian educators and workers.”
—Bonifes Adoyo, Pan Africa Christian University
Sung Kyu Park (BA, college of California l. a.; MDiv, Talbot institution of Theology; ThM, Fuller Seminary; PhD, college of Pretoria). He has been a missionary in Kenya for greater than 10 years. he's director/founder of Africa Gospel Outreach ministries (AGO). He additionally teaches theology at Nairobi Evangelical Graduate tuition of Theology (NEGST).
By Tony Lane
By Arpine Khatchadourian,Haig Khatchadourian,Roy Arthur Swanson
The motion of the epic is headquartered at the protection of the home of Sassoun, or freedom from invaders. The oaths taken by means of heroes create conflicts of loyalties that paintings in contrast important trouble. The curse, one other type of the oath, results in the decline of the home of Sassoun. The father's curse, which condemns the son to barren immortality, additionally places heroic lifestyles in suspension till the eschatological imaginative and prescient is realized.
Arpine' Khatchadourian (1925-2012) bought her B.A. and M.A. in Comparative Literature, A.B.D. English and American Literature, on the collage of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She was once a part-time lecturer within the division of Comparative Literature.
By Tiffany Eberle Kriner
This publication tells the tale of ways readers perform the way forward for the note, the eschatology of texts. If texts have a destiny within the country of God, then readers’ engagements with them—everything from upkeep and utterance to translation, feedback, and phone and response—can domesticate these futures within the love of the Trinity. Kriner explores how the fallenness and screw ups of texts, along readers’ personal mess ups, whereas seeming to problem the way forward for the notice, eventually element to analyzing as a posture of reconciliation, during which reader and textual content meet within the Maranatha of all text.
By Marc Cortez
Theologians operating in theological anthropology usually declare that Jesus finds what it skill to be "truly human," yet this frequently has little influence of their real account of anthropology. ReSourcing Theological Anthropology addresses that lack by means of providing an account of why theological anthropology needs to commence with Christology. construction off his prior research on how key theologians in church heritage have understood the connection among Christology and theological anthropology, Cortez now develops a brand new thought for theological anthropology and applies it to the theological state of affairs today.
ReSourcing Theological Anthropology is split into 4 sections. the 1st part explores the appropriate Christological/anthropological biblical passages and unpacks how they tell our figuring out of theological anthropology. the second one part discusses the theological concerns raised during surveying the biblical texts. The 3rd part lays out a methodological framework for the way to build a uniquely Christological anthropology. the ultimate part builds at the first 3 sections and demonstrates the importance of Christology for figuring out theological anthropology via making use of the methodological framework to a number of urgent anthropological matters: gender and sexuality, race and ethnicity, and dying and suffering
By Susannah Cornwall
By Peter R. Jones,John Frame
By Sharon Baker
By Walter Brueggemann,K. C. Hanson
1. Social feedback and Social imaginative and prescient within the Deuteronomic formulation of the Judges
2. A Poem of Summons (Isa 55:1-3), a story of Resistance (Dan 1:1-21)
3. Psalms 9-10: A Counter to traditional Social Reality
4. Prophetic mind's eye towards Social Flourishing
5. A Royal Miracle and Its Nachleben
6. The dwelling Afterlife of a lifeless Prophet: phrases That hold Speaking
7. The Tearing of the Curtain: Matthew 27:51
8. 5 robust Rereadings of the publication of Isaiah
"These buried nuggets of interpretive knowledge from previous years, through a student whose highbrow occupation may possibly in simple terms be defined as distinctive, show the arresting mix of exegetical perception, hermeneutical strength, and moral depth lengthy welcomed by means of scholars, pastors, and lecturers alike."
--Robert B. Coote, previous testomony Emeritus, San Francisco Theological Seminary
"Brueggemann's construction always vouches for its expansiveness and intensity. Few are glossy students along with his skill to handle either students and laypeople. This socially orientated e-book as soon as more demonstrates the broadness of his horizon and the readability of his visionary understanding. The reader responds with pride and suggestion. Wipf and inventory is to be congratulated for offering us this insightful contribution through a much-loved exegete and thinker."
--Andre LaCocque, Emeritus Professor of Hebrew Scriptures, Chicago Theological Seminary; writer of the trilogy at the early Yahwist (Cascade Books)
"One of modern such a lot prolific and wide-ranging critics of the Hebrew Bible, Walter Brueggemann assembles the following 8 experiences of various biblical texts and traditions. all of them replicate his constant curiosity in sociological research, they usually proportion in universal a spotlight at the poignant want for justice within the face of energy imbalances and social, monetary, and political oppression. a strong and compelling source for biblical studies."
--Douglas A. Knight, Drucilla Moore Buffington Professor of Hebrew Bible, Emeritus, Vanderbilt University
Walter Brueggemann is William Marcellus McPheeters Professor of outdated testomony Emeritus at Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia. he's previous President of the Society of Biblical Literature and the writer of a number of books from Cascade Books, together with: A Pathway of Interpretation, David and His Theologian, Divine Presence amid Violence, Praying the Psalms (2nd ed.), and The function of outdated testomony Theology in outdated testomony Interpretation.