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The Bonds of Freedom: Feminist Theology and Christian Realism by Rebekah L. Miles
The creative suffering of the Triune God : an evolutionary theology by Gloria L. Schaab
The ethics of animal experimentation : a critical analysis and constructive Christian proposal by Donna Yarri
Gregory of Nyssa and the Concept of Divine Persons by Lucian Turcescu
Journey back to God : Origen on the problem of evil by Mark S. M. Scott
Liberalism versus postliberalism : the great divide in twentieth-century theology by John Allan Knight
Other dreams of freedom : religion, sex, and human trafficking by Yvonne C. Zimmerman
Righteous rhetoric : sex, speech, and the politics of concerned women for America by Leslie Dorrough Smith
Yves Congar's Theology of the Holy Spirit by Elizabeth Teresa Groppe
Theism, Atheism and the Doctrine of the Trinity: The Trinitarian Theologies of Karl Barth and Jurgen Moltmann in Response to Protest Atheism by Jr. W. Waite Willis53
Ernst Troeltsch : systematic theologian of radical historicality by Toshimasa Yasukata55
Black Womanist Ethics by Katie G. Cannon60
Chinese Women and Christianity 1860-1927 (American Academy of Religion Academy Series) by Kwok Pui-lan75
The grace of difference : a Canadian feminist theological ethic by Marilyn J. Legge80
Narrating history, developing doctrine : Friedrich Schleiermacher and Johann Sebastian Drey by Bradford E. Hinze82
The exploration of the inner wounds--Han by Jae Hoon Lee86
Creative Dwelling: Empathy and Clarity in God and Self by Lucinda A. Stark Huffaker98

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