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Dana L. Robert (STH)

Faithful Friendships: Embracing Diversity in Christian Community

September 12, 2019 Eerdmans 978-0802825711

“Dana Robert has been that rare combination of renowned scholar and committed church mission leader. In this book, Dr. Robert does a marvelous job of reclaiming the practice of friendship as essential to Christian ethics and church life. I’ve just returned from a bruising at the United Methodist General Conference, full of talk of division and schism. I’m thinking, ‘Dana Robert’s guidance and wisdom, just when we need it. What a gift.'” – Will Willimon, author of Accidental Preacher

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Wesley J. Wildman (SSW), Saikou Y. Diallo, F. LeRon Shults, Andreas Tolk

Human Simulation: Perspectives, Insights, and Applications

August 2, 2019 Springer 978-3030170899
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Wesley J. Wildman (STH)

God Is… Meditations on the Mystery of Life, the Purity of Grace, the Bliss of Surrender, and the God Beyond God

February 27, 2019 Cascade Books 978-1532659195
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Bryan Stone (STH)

Finding Faith Today

October 31, 2018 Cascade Books 978-1438471235

“A fascinating study of how people actually come to embrace a faith, religion, or spiritual community. Christians will find this conversation is especially important as many discussions are based on speculation and opinion. Stone’s study will prove vital to a variety of religious communities as they seek to discover the most important influences on initial spiritual formation.” — Rev. Dr. Jack Jackson, E. Stanley Jones Associate Professor of Evangelism, Mission, and Global Methodism, Claremont School of Theology

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Wesley Wildman (STH)

Effing the Ineffable: Existential Mumblings at the Limits of Language

October 1, 2018 SUNY Press 978-1438471235

“This is a fine example of Wildman’s way of doing philosophy of religion. It demonstrates the importance, if not necessity, of religious philosophers working comparatively and also the benefits of multidisciplinary inquiry.” ― Stephen Dawson, Lynchburg College

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Bryan Stone [STH]

Evangelism after Pluralism

May 1, 2018 Baker Academic 978-0801099793

“As one of our most well-informed and helpful theologians of evangelism, Stone has given us a wonderfully invigorating theological rationale for Christian evangelism in a pluralistic age. Here is an unapologetic (in the deepest, Barthian sense) call to evangelism in a world where many of us are intimidated by contemporary worldviews. Stone’s discussion of evangelism and beauty is groundbreaking. This book enables the church to talk about the good news of Jesus in a manner that distorts neither Jesus nor the gospel.” — Will Willimon, Duke Divinity School; United Methodist bishop, retired; author of Conversations with Barth on Preaching

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Wesley Wildman (STH)

In Our Own Image: Anthropomorphism, Apophaticism, and Ultimacy

February 21, 2018 Oxford University Press 978-0198815990
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Editor
Dana L. Robert (STH)

African Christian Biography: Stories, Lives, and Challenges

January 1, 2018 Cluster Publications 978-1920620257
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Author
Shelly Rambo (STH)

Resurrecting Wounds: Living in the Aftermath of Trauma

September 15, 2017 Baylor University Press 978-1481306782

“Shelly Rambo combines theology, philosophy, feminism, and trauma studies in this highly original reading of wounds and scars. Ranging from Macrina of Nyssa and Calvin to contemporary veterans and trauma victims, she shows how the resurrection of bodies is more about this life than the next, more about communal survival than private salvation.” ― Richard Kearney, Charles B. Seelig Chair of Philosophy, Boston College

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Editor
John Hart (STH)

The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Religion and Ecology

May 30, 2017 Wiley-Blackwell 978-1118465561

“Hart features a chorus of voices, ancient and modern, famous and little known. All worldviews are faith views; he finds insightful accounts of religion and ecology around the globe. We welcome his inclusive, if diverse, human communities integrated with the wellbeing of Earth and all biota (his socioecological praxis ethics). Highly recommended, especially for libraries.” — Holmes Rolston III, Colorado State University

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Christopher Evans (STH)

The Social Gospel in American Religion

April 4, 2017 NYU Press 978-1479888573

“Evans provides a new and much needed history of one of America’s most important religious movements. With seeds planted during the Second Great Awakening, the fruits of the Social Gospel extend to the end of the 20th century, and, in ironic ways, even into our own time. Evans tells the story of a long Social Gospel—from before the Civil War to after Civil Rights to Barack Obama. This book should become, in short order, the standard history of the Social Gospel.” — Barry Hankins, Professor of History, Baylor University

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Michelle Walsh (SSW, STH)

Violent Trauma, Culture, and Power: An Interdisciplinary Exploration in Lived Religion

November 14, 2016 Palgrave Macmillan 978-3319417714
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Author
Walter Fluker (STH)

The Ground Has Shifted: The Future of the Black Church in Post-Racial America

November 8, 2016 NYU Press 978-1479810383

“This is the most decisive statement on post-racialism, the American dilemma, and black church positive agency. On each page, Fluker’s writing moans and wails us out of southern African American religiosity, up north into the fragmentation of black urban life, and into an ethical world of hope for an America becoming. A defining direction and persuasive proposal on how to get us to healthy community.” — Dwight N. Hopkins, author of Being Human: Race, Culture, and Religion

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Shelly Rambo (STH)
Stephanie Arel

Post-Traumatic Public Theology

November 4, 2016 Palgrave Macmillan 978-3319406596
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Robert Neville (CAS/STH)

The Good Is One, Its Manifestations Many: Confucian Essays in Metaphysics, Morals, Rituals, Institutions, and Genders

November 1, 2016 State University of New York Press 978-1438463414
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Robert Neville (CAS/STH)

Nurture in Time and Eternity

July 4, 2016 Cascade Books 978-1498286213
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Author
Robert Neville (CAS/STH)

Seasons of the Christian Life

July 4, 2016 Cascade Books 978-1498286183
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Author
Courtney Goto (STH)

The Grace of Playing: Pedagogies for Leaning into God’s Creation

February 10, 2016 Pickwick Publications 978-1498233002
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Author
Robert Neville (CAS/STH)

Religion: Philosophical Theology, Volume Three

January 2, 2016 State University of New York Press 978-1438465997
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Author
Walter Fluker (STH)
Howard Thurman

The Papers of Howard Washington Thurman: Volume 3 (September 1943 – May 1949)

October 30, 2015 University of South Carolina Press 978-1611175417

“An excellent collection of letters, sermons, and essays by one of America’s greatest preachers and theologians. Scholars and researchers of Howard Thurman owe the editor, Walter Fluker, an enormous debt of gratitude.” — James H. Cone, Charles Augustus Briggs Distinguished Professor of Systematic Theology, Union Theology Seminary

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Robert Neville (CAS/STH)

Existence: Philosophical Theology, Volume Two

July 2, 2015 State University of New York Press 978-1438453323
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Author
Robert Neville (CAS/STH)

Ultimates: Philosophical Theology

October 5, 2013 State University of New York Press 143844883X
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Author
Nancy Ammerman (CAS/STH)

Sacred Stories, Spiritual Tribes: Finding Religion in Everyday Life

September 12, 2013 Oxford University Press 0199917361
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Author
Christopher Evans (STH)

Histories of American Christianity: An Introduction

August 1, 2013 Baylor University Press 1602585458

“Evans writes with verve and energy, and his book is likely to turn the heads of those who imagine a history of American Christianity as having to do with stained glass and wooden pews.” — Ted A. Campbell, Associate Professor of Church History, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University

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Walter Fluker (STH)
Ingrid Saunders Jones

Educating Ethical Leaders for the Twenty-First Century

February 19, 2013 Cascade Books 1620322625

"Educating Ethical Leaders for the Twenty-First Century is a prescient collection of essays written by distinguished leaders in academia, law, medicine, and contemporary culture. The essayists provide thoughtful and challenging examples of ethical dilemmas facing leaders and communities in the decades ahead. It is fascinating and a privilege to watch as these notable leaders grapple with the ‘issues of integrity, empathy, and hope as moral indices for ethical leadership.’ A must-read for anyone preparing for or exercising leadership in the twenty-first century.” — Debra Harden, Professional Development Director, Georgia School Superintendents Association, Wipf and Stock Publishers

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Bryan Stone (STH)

A Reader in Ecclesiology

August 30, 2012 Ashgate Publishing 1409428567
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Editor
Wesley J. Wildman (STH)
Patrick McNamara

Science and the World’s Religions

July 19, 2012 Praeger 031338732X
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Editor
Andrew Shenton (STH/CFA)

The Cambridge Companion to Arvo Pärt

July 9, 2012 Cambridge University Press 0521279100
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Author
Walter Fluker (STH)
Howard Thurman

The Papers of Howard Washington Thurman: Volume 2 (April 1936 – August 1943)

January 15, 2012 University of South Carolina Press 157003804X
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Author
Phyllis Isabella Sheppard (STH)

Self, Culture and Others in Womanist Practical Theology

February 15, 2011 Palgrave Macmillan 0230102883
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Author
Wesley J. Wildman (STH)

Religious and Spiritual Experiences

February 14, 2011 Cambridge University Press 1107000084
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Wesley J. Wildman (STH)

Religious Philosophy as Multidisciplinary Comparative Inquiry: Envisioning a Future for the Philosophy of Religion

November 5, 2010 SUNY Press 1438432364
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Robert Cummings Neville (STH)

Realism in Religion: A Pragmatist’s Perspective

June 30, 2010 State University of New York Press 143842826X

“This compilation of essays culled together from Neville’s accomplished career offers an avenue for acquainting readers with some of his basic insights and contributions to the fields of philosophy and theology…Frequently, such compilations fail to achieve a complementary whole, but nothing could be further from the case here. Divided into three parts—realism and truth, realism in pragmatism, and realism in religion and metaphysics—each part provides the occasion for the next.” Religious Studies Review

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Andrew Shenton [STH/CFA]

Messiaen the Theologian

January 2, 2010 Ashgate 0754666409
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Sunil Sharma (CAS, STH)
Siobhan Lambert-Hurley

Atiya’s Journeys: A Muslim Woman from Colonial Bombay to Edwardian Britain

January 1, 2010 Oxford University Press 0198068336
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Author
Wesley Wildman (STH)
Stephen Chapin Garner

Lost in the Middle?: Claiming an Inclusive Faith for Christians Who Are Both Liberal and Evangelical

November 24, 2009 Rowman & Littlefield Pulishers 978-1566993722
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Walter Fluker (STH)
Howard Thurman

The Papers of Howard Washington Thurman: Volume 1 (June 1918 – March 1936)

November 16, 2009 University of South Carolina Press 157003804X

“An unprecedented account of one of the principal architects of the non-violent civil rights movement, the four-volume series The Papers of Howard Thurman offers the most complete portrayal of the religious leader and activist to date. The well-curated first volume exposes the decades of Thurman’s thinking that preceded his first publication in 1922. The collection reveals Thurman’s intellectual development and his milieu. It’s consequential reading.” ForeWord Reviews

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Wesley J. Wildman (STH)

Science and Religious Anthropology

November 1, 2009 Ashgate 0754665925
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Author
Christopher Boyd Brown (STH)
Martin Luther

Luther’s Works, Volume 69: Sermons on the Gospel of St. John, Chapters 17-20

August 1, 2009 Concordia Publishing House 0758613989
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Author
Robert Cummings Neville (STH)

Ritual and Deference

July 1, 2009 State University of New York Press 0791474585
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Author
John H. Berthrong (STH)

Expanding Process: Exploring Philosophical and Theological Transformations in China and The West

July 1, 2009 State University of New York Press 0791475166

“This is one of the best examples of comparative philosophy that I have seen in a very long time. It is an eminently readable exposition that puts Chinese philosophy into a global and contemporaneously relevant context, while also deftly drawing on the very best scholarship on the history of Chinese thought and American philosophy.” — Judith A. Berling, author of Understanding Other Religious Worlds: A Guide for Interreligious Education

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Wesley J. Wildman (STH)

Found in the Middle! Theology and Ethics for Christians Who Are Both Liberal and Evangelical

May 22, 2009 The Alban Institute 1566993814
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Dana L. Robert (STH)

Christian Mission: How Christianity Became a World Religion

March 17, 2009 Wiley-Blackwell 0631236201

“Dana Robert’s richly textured book shows us that the history of Christian missions is far from being merely a European colonial story, and will be immensely valuable to students and general readers who are concerned to uncover the historical roots of Christianity’s current status as a truly global faith.” — Brian Stanley, University of Edinburgh

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Claire Wolfteich (STH)
Bryan Stone

Sabbath in the City: Sustaining Urban Pastoral Excellence

October 14, 2008 Westminster John Knox 066423349X
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Andrew Shenton (STH/CFA)

Olivier Messiaen’s System of Signs

February 21, 2008 Ashgate 0754661687
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Dana L. Robert (STH)

Converting Colonialism: Vision and Realities in Mission History, 1706-1914

October 1, 2007 William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company 0802817637
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Author
M.L. Daneel (STH)

All Things Hang Together: Holistic Theologies at the African Grassroots

January 1, 2007 University of South Africa Press 978-1868884292
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Wesley Wildman (STH), Wentzel Van Huyssteen, Niels Henrik Gregersen, Nancy Howell

Encyclopedia of Science and Religion

April 11, 2003 Macmillan Reference USA 978-0028657042
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Wesley Wildman (STH)

Fidelity With Plausibility: Modest Christologies in the Twentieth Century

January 15, 1998 SUNY Press 978-0791435960

“This book’s scope is unusually wide: it truly deals with Christology across the whole range of relevant issues–philosophical, historical, scientific, religious. It has a clear, consistent thesis: the advocacy of ‘modest Christologies.’ The thesis has significant originality, for Wildman points out strikingly the way in which ‘modest’ Christologies need not be ‘low’ ones and the way in which Christologies may make many ‘modest’ sounds and still remain structurally ‘absolute.’ The book is organized with clarity and briskly written–rarely lingering on a subject once the argument has been made. The topic is highly significant—Wildman addresses core questions of a core subject.” — S. Mark Heim, Andover Newton Theological School

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Wesley Wildman (STH)
W. Mark Richardson

Religion and Science: History, Method, Dialogue

August 1, 1996 Routledge 978-0415916677

“With over twenty-six contributing authors, the collection represents some of the most sophisticated voices within the diverse expanses of the contemporary science and religion dialogue…this book offers a rich banquet of issues and perspectives.” — William Grassie, Religious Studies Review