Benjamin L. Gladd and Matthew S. Harmon, “Making All Things New: Inaugurated Eschatology for the Life of the Church” (Baker Academic, 2016)
Benjamin L. Gladd is Assistant Professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. He completed his Ph.D. from Wheaton College in New Testament in 2008, and teaches courses in Greek, Exegesis, the New Testament, and the Use… Read More
Donald Berry, “Glory in Romans and the Unified Purpose of God in Redemptive History” (Pickwick Publications, 2016)
In this program, we discuss Glory in Romans and the Unified Purpose of God in Redemptive History (Pickwick Publications, 2016), a revision of Donald Berry’s doctoral dissertation. With this publication, Berry fills in a gap in Pauline studies, setting forth… Read More
April Dammann, “Corita Kent: Art and Soul: The Biography” (Angel City Press, 2015)
Sister Mary Corita, IHM (1918-1986), was a beloved artist and teacher whose role as the rebel nun continues to inspire contemporary audiences. Corita joined the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1936 when she was just eighteen years… Read More
Robert Orsi, “History and Presence” (Harvard UP, 2016)
Beginning with the Catholic doctrine of the literal, embodied presence of Christ, scholar of religion Robert Orsi imagines an alternative to the future of religion that early moderns proclaimed was inevitable. The gods really present, in the Catholic sense, were… Read More
Jay Green, “Christian Historiography: Five Rival Versions” (Baylor UP, 2015)
What does it mean to be a Christian historian? Can there be such a thing as Christian history? In his new book, Christian Historiography: Five Rival Versions (Baylor University Press, 2015), Jay Green of Covenant College explores these and other… Read More
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