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Anamnesis and the Eucharist (Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Religion, Theology, and Biblical Studies) by Julie Gittoes
Ancient taboos and gender prejudice : challenges for Orthodox women and the church by Leonie B. Liveris
Baillie, Oman, and Macmurray : experience and religious belief by Adam Hood
Beyond Evangelicalism (Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Religion, Theology, and Biblical Studies) by Steven Knowles
Biblical scholarship and the church : a sixteenth-century crisis of authority by Allan K. Jenkins
Bonhoeffer on freedom : courageously grasping reality by Ann L. Nickson
Cassian's Conferences : scriptual interpretation and the monastic ideal by Christopher J. Kelly
The Challenges of the Pentecostal, Charismatic and Messianic Jewish Movements (Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Religion, Theology, and Biblical Studies) by Peter Hocken
Charismatic glossolalia : an empirical-theological study by Mark J. Cartledge
Concepts of power in Kierkegaard and Nietzsche by J.K. Hyde
Creativity, Spirituality, and Mental Health: Exploring Connections by Kelley Raab Mayo
Dalit theology and Christian anarchism by Keith Hebden
Dalit theology and Dalit liberation : problems, paradigms and possibilities by Peniel Rajkumar
Debate and dialogue : Christian and pagan cultures c. 360-430 by Kahlos
Epistemology as Theology: An Evaluation of Alvin Plantinga's Religious Epistemology by James K. Beilby
Ernan McMullin and critical realism in the science-theology dialogue by Paul Allen
Iamblichus' Mysteriis-A manifesto of the miraculous (Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Theology & Biblical Studies) (Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Religion, Theology, and Biblical Studies) by Emma C. Clarke
The identity of Christian morality by Ann Marie Mealey
Kierkegaard, pietism, and holiness by Christopher B. Barnett
Law, liberty and church : authority and justice in the major churches in England by Gordon Arthur
Metaphysics as Christology: An Odyssey of the Self from Kant and Hegel to Steiner (Routledge New Critical Thinking in Religion, Theology and Biblical Studies) by Jonael Schickler
Narrative Theology and Moral Theology (Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Religion, Theology, and Biblical Studies) by Alexander Lucie-smith
The nature of the soul : the soul as narrative by Terrance W. Klein
Phenomenology and Eschatology (Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Religion, Theology, and Biblical Studies) by Neal DeRoo
Postmodernism and the Ethics of Theological Knowledge by Justin Thacker
Tantric Buddhism and altered states of consciousness : Durkheim, emotional energy and visions of the consort. by Louise Child

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