Theology

Front Cover of Raising Abel

Raising Abel is a theological exploration of a huge change of mind: the change which the apostolic group underwent as a result of the Resurrection—and how that paradigm can transform the world today.

Front cover for The Practice of Communicative Theology

Members of a growing international theological movement consider how, in a globalized world, communication about faith can be intelligent and effective. This remarkable book will deepen our conversations and strengthen our communities.

Front Cover for Quantum Theology

Drawing parallels between the behavior of subatomic particles and the essence of spirituality, Diarmuid O’Murchu knits together the substance and source of creation, showing that new findings in science only lead us to deeper truths about the nature of the divine.

Front Cover for The Pope's Army

The Swiss Guard takes ultimate responsibility for the safety of the Pope and makes a striking impression at every official ceremony. Robert Royal celebrates the guard's special combination of military skill, idealistic conviction, and religious commitment in this readable, richly illustrated volume.

Front Cover of Women Deacons in the Early Church

Can women be ordained? Have they been ordained in the past, as deacons, and fully accepted in ministry? This historical study tries to prove that women have served as deacons, and hence that they might serve as priests.

Front Cover of Women in the New Testament

Many fragments of women's stories survive in the New Testament texts, which were composed by men. Why did they include so many references to women and why are women, as a group, treated so positively by the male New Testament writers?

Front Cover for Paul in Chains

Richard J. Cassidy sheds new light on the relationship between the earliest Christians and Roman authorities. A revealing look at how St. Paul's lengthy imprisonment caused him to change his views about Roman rule and secular power.

Front Cover for The Paradox of Christian Sacrifice

Biviano unveils a new vision of authentic sacrifice and shows it to be a means of self-giving that is an emulation of God's creativity, distinct from oppressive, societal tendencies. A hopeful, feminist, Christian discussion of faithful devotion of oneself to others.

Front Cover for Wrestling With God

Barbara Fiand calls readers to a deeper awareness of the transformation of consciousness that is beckoning everywhere. She invites us to let this transformation affect our lives and shape our priorities.

Front Cover of Written That You May Believe

An illuminating benchmark in scholarship on the Gospel of John, this revised volume includes new chapters and a study guide. An uplifting resource that offers an opportunity to nourish faith and dwell in the liberating truth of Jesus.

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