Series: Overtures to Biblical Theology

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Battered Love: Marriage, Sex, and Violence in the Hebrew Prophets by Renita J. Weems
A Biblical Theology of Exile by Daniel L. Smith-Christopher
Canon and theology : overtures to an Old Testament theology by Rolf Rendtorff
The Collapse of History: Reconstructing Old Testament Theology by Leo G. Perdue
Deuteronomy and the Death of Moses: A Theological Reading by Dennis T. Olson
The Feminine Unconventional: Four Subversive Figures in Israel's Tradition by André Lacocque
From Creation to New Creation: Old Testament Perspectives by Bernhard W. Anderson
Holiness in Israel by John G. Gammie
The Land is Mine: Six Biblical Land Ideologies by Norman C. Habel
The Land: Place As Gift, Promise, and Challenge in Biblical Faith by Walter Brueggemann1
Ministry in the New Testament by David L. Bartlett
Missing Persons and Mistaken Identities: Women and Gender in Ancient Israel by Phyllis A. Bird
The Old Testament of the Old Testament : patriarchal narratives and Mosiac Yahwism by R. W. L. Moberly
Prayer in the Hebrew Bible : the drama of divine-human dialogue by Samuel E. Balentine
Prayer in the New Testament by Oscar Cullmann
Reconstructing Old Testament Theology: After the Collapse of History by Leo G. Perdue
The Rhetoric of Revelation in the Hebrew Bible by Dale Patrick
A Theology of the Cross: The Death of Jesus in the Pauline Letters by Charles B. Cousar
The Torah's Vision of Worship by Samuel H. Balentine
Uneasy Neighbors: Church and State in the New Testament by Walter E. Pilgrim
God and the Rhetoric of Sexuality by Phyllis Trible2
Blessing in the Bible and the Life of the Church by Claus Westermann3
God the Father : theology and patriarchy in the teaching of Jesus by Robert Hamerton-Kelly4
Biblical perspectives on death by Lloyd R. Bailey5
Israel in Exile, a Theological Interpretation by Ralph W. Klein6
God's People in Christ: New Testament Perspectives on the Church and Judaism by Daniel J. Harrington7
The Ten Commandments and Human Rights by Walter J. Harrelson8
Sharing Possessions: Mandate and Symbol of Faith by Luke Timothy Johnson9
The rendering of God in the Old Testament by Dale Patrick10
The Diversity of Scripture : a Theological Interpretation by Paul D. Hanson11
A Whirlpool of Torment: Israelite Traditions of God As an Oppressive Presence by James L. Crenshaw12
Texts of Terror: Literary-Feminist Readings of Biblical Narratives by Phyllis Trible13
The Suffering of God: An Old Testament Perspective by Terence E. Fretheim14
Love of Enemies: The Way to Peace by William Klassen15
Faithfulness in action : loyalty in Biblical perspective by Katharine Doob Sakenfeld16
New Testament Hospitality: Partnership With Strangers As Promise and Mission by John Koenig17
The Tragic Vision and the Hebrew Tradition by W. Lee Humphreys18
Jesus, Liberation, and the Biblical Jubilee: Images for Ethics and Christology by Sharon H. Ringe19
From Darkness to Light: Aspects of Conversion in the New Testament by Beverly Roberts Gaventa20
The mighty from their thrones : power in the Biblical tradition by J. P. M. Walsh21
Biblical perspectives on aging : God and the elderly by J. Gordon Harris22
The Economy of the Kingdom: Social Conflict and Economic Relations in Luke's Gospel by Halvor Moxnes23
Reading Isaiah by Edgar W. Conrad27

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