Wipf & Stock Point Loma Press Imprint Series
Relational Theology: A Contemporary Introduction
A growing number of Christians feel drawn to relational theology. The God of the Bible seems thoroughly relational, and we are increasingly aware of our own interrelatedness with others. Contributors to this volume tease out some implications of relational theology in light of a host of issues, doctrines, and agendas. The result is a must-read collection of essays with proposals sure to be the center of conversations for decades to come!
|Brint Montgomery, Thomas Jay Oord, Karen Winslow, eds.|
Nurturing the Prophetic Imagination
This book searches through biblical scholarship, theology, economics, sociology, politics, ecology, and the history to discern the strands of God's justice and reconciliation at work in the contemporary world. It challenges Christians to engage the most troubling social problems of our time by first drinking deeply from the well of the historic prophetic traditions.
|Jamie Gates, Mark H. Mann, eds.|
Results May Vary: Christian Women Reflect on Post-College Life
This book addresses the unspoken assumptions and unquestioned expectations about what it means to be a Christian woman in a complex world. Far from offering a checklist or advice, this collection weaves together a rich variety of voices speaking honestly about living a grace-infused life of faith.
|Linda Beail, Sylvia Cortez Masyuk, eds.|
Gospel of the Bleeding Woman (poems)
The Gospel of the Bleeding Woman imagines a life for an interesting, unnamed biblical character: the bleeding woman who touches Jesus in three of the gospel accounts. The first half of this poetry collection is biblical/historical fiction; the second half, after the healing touch, moves into the realm of speculative fantasy (because faith is a strange, strange thing).