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And The Winner Is…

Congratulations to Jacob Hanby on winning our last book giveaway. Jacob won a copy of The Minister as Moral Theologian: Ethical Dimensions of Pastoral Leadership by Sondra Wheeler. Thanks to all who participated! Advertisements

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And The Winner Is

Congratulations to Paul Schultz on winning our last book giveaway. Paul won a copy of The Essential Handbook of Denominations & Ministries by Kurian and Day. Thanks to all who participated!

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And the Winner Is…

Congratulations to Dwight Gingrich on winning our last book giveaway. Dwight won a copy of Engaging the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit by Matthew Levering. Thanks to all who participated, and happy Mothers Day!

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And The Winner Is…

Back from a busy weekend to congratulate the winner of last week’s book giveaway…Frank Federico! Frank won a copy of Old Testament Textual Criticism: A Practical Introduction. Thanks to all who participated!

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Update From Louis

Here’s an update from Louis (former curator of this blog) on what he’s up to these days: “In July of 2015 I moved over to the publishing division as the publicist for Baker Academic and Brazos Press. It’s been quite … Continue reading

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Some Recommended Reading on Mary

In the Catholic Church the month of May is dedicated to Mary. In honor of that celebration I offer some recommended titles for my readers: Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox. Unfortunately, some of these are out of print but I listed them … Continue reading

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Coming Soon – “Neither Complementarian nor Egalitarian”

While the battle rages on between complementarians and egalitarians we welcome a new voice from Michelle Lee-Barnewall. Here’s the catalog description of her book “Neither Complementatian nor Egalitarian.” “Regarding gender relations, the evangelical world is divided between complementarians and egalitarians. … Continue reading

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