Series: Christian Story, a Pastoral Systematics

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Christology in Context: The Christian Story, A Pastoral Systematics (Christian Story, a Pastoral Systematics) by Gabriel Fackre4
The Church: Signs of the Spirit and Signs of the Times (Christian Story, a Pastoral Systematics) by Gabriel J. Fackre5

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  1. Living and Active: Scripture in the Economy of Salvation (Sacra Doctrina: Christian Theology for a Postmodern Age) by Telford Work (2001)
  2. Christology and Science by F. LeRon Shults (2008)
  3. Christology and Ethics by F. LeRon Shults (2010)
  4. The Church And The Churches by Karl Barth (2005)
  5. Contours Of Christology In The New Testament (Mcmaster New Testament Studies) by Richard N. Longenecker (2005)
  6. Hermeneutics of Doctrine by Anthony C. Thiselton (2007)
  7. Incarnation and Resurrection: Toward a Contemporary Understanding by Paul D. Molnar (2007)
  8. The Christian Story: A Narrative Interpretation of Basic Christian Doctrine by Gabriel J. Fackre (1978)
  9. Renewing Biblical Interpretation by Craig G. Bartholomew (2000)
  10. The Lamb of God by Sergius Bulgakov (2008)
  11. The Great Passion: An Introduction to Karl Barth's Theology by Eberhard Busch (1998)
  12. Crossing the Threshold of Divine Revelation by William J. Abraham (2006)
  13. Re-Imaging Election: Divine Election as Representing God to Others & Others to God by Suzanne McDonald (2010)
  14. Disruptive Grace: Studies in the Theology of Karl Barth by George Hunsinger (2000)
  15. Divine Likeness: Toward a Trinitarian Anthropology of the Family (Ressourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought) by Marc Ouellet (2006)

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