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After the Spirit: A Constructive Pneumatology from Resources Outside the Modern West by Eugene F. Rogers
The Body of Compassion: Ethics, Medicine, and the Church by Joel James Shuman
Christianity in Jewish Terms by Tikva Frymer-Kensky
Church and Israel after Christendom: The Politics of Election by Scott Bader-Saye
The Church in a Postliberal Age (Radical Traditions) by George A. Lindbeck
The Jewish-Christian Schism Revisited (Radical Traditions) by John Howard Yoder
Liturgy, Time, and the Politics of Redemption (Radical Traditions) by Randi Rashkover
Praise Seeking Understanding: Reading the Psalms With Augustine (Radical Traditions) by Jason Byassee
Reasoning After Revelation: Dialogues In Postmodern Jewish Philosophy (Radical Traditions) by Steven Kepnes
Redeeming the Enlightenement: Christianity and the Liberal Virtues (Radical Traditions) by Bruce K. Ward
Remembering the End: Dostoevsky As Prophet to Modernity (Radical Traditions) by P. Travis Kroeker
Revelation Restored: Divine Writ and Critical Responses (Radical Traditions) by David Weiss Halivni
Talking With Christians: Musings of A Jewish Theologian (Radical Traditions) by David Novak
Theology, Rhetoric, Manuduction, or Reading Scripture Together on the Path to God (Radical Traditions) by Peter M. Candler Jr.
To See History Doxologically: History and Holiness in John Howard Yoder's Ecclesiology (Radical Traditions) by J. Alexander Sider
Tradition in the Public Square: A David Novak Reader (Radical Traditions) by David Novak
Tree of Life, Tree of Knowledge: Conversations with the Torah by Michael Rosenak
Waiting For Godot In Sarajevo: Theological Reflections On Nihilsim, Tragedy, And Apocalypse (Radical Traditions) by David Toole
Wilderness Wanderings: Probing Twentieth-Century Theology and Philosophy (Radical Traditions, Theology in a Post-Critica by Stanley Hauerwas

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