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J A Crabtree / Ron Julian / David Crabtree
"Understanding the Bible requires integrity and skill…but one need not be a trained expert. God chose to put His message in a form accessible to virtually every human being." from The Language of God If you can talk and think, you can understand the Bible. Many believe that you have to be a hi... (more)
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J Armitage Robinson
The classic commentary on Ephesians. It includes a paraphrase of the Epistle of particular value to students who do not know Greek.
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J Aubrey Anderson
Mose and his "grandson," Bill, are on the lam in 1968-- hiding out in Texas under assumed names. Bill is enrolled at North Texas State University, working with professor Pat Patterson (Missy's husband), and learning to ride bulls. Mose attempts to protect his charge from the evil that continues to a... (more)
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J Bickersteth / T Pain
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J Bimson (ed) / J Kane (ed)
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J Bracken
Marjorie Suchocki’s groundbreaking work "The End of Evil" provides the backdrop for this high-powered discussion of the usefulness of process thought for understanding Christian eschatology in light of postmodernism and contemporary natural science. Taking as their starting point the metaphysics o... (more)
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J Bryant
Growing up on a Wisconsin farm, Georgia began gathering all sorts of objects — sticks and stones, flowers and bones. Although she was teased for her interest in unique shapes and sizes, young Georgia declared: “Someday, I’m going to be an artist” — and that is exactly what she became. / Jen Bryant’s... (more)