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    Title: A Beginning Grammar of Classical and Hellenistic Greek
    By (author): Richard Cutter
    ISBN10-13: 1481309129 : 9781481309127
    A Beginning Grammar of Classical and Hellenistic Greek
    Pages: 179  Size: 279x215mm 
    PublishedBaylor University Press (US) - December   2017
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: New Testaments : Biblical studies & exegesis
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    Title: A Brutal Unity
    Sub-title: The Spiritual Politics of the Christian Church
    By (author): Ephraim Radner
    ISBN10-13: 1602586292 : 9781602586291
    To describe the Church as "united" is a factual misnomer--even at its conception centuries ago. Ephraim Radner provides a robust rethinking of the doctrine of the church in light of Christianity's often violent and at times morally suspect history. He holds in tension the strange and transcendent oneness of God with the necessarily temporal and political function of the Church, and, in so doing, shows how the goals and failures of the liberal democratic state provide revelatory experiences that greatly enhance one's understanding of the nature of Christian unity.
    Table of Contents:
    Introduction 1. Religious Violence and Christian Blasphemy Postscript: The Tears of Peter 2. Division Is Murder Postscript: Judas the Apostle 3. The Sins of the Church Postscript: Loving Jerusalem 4. The Conciliar Ideal Postscript: The Way Together 5. The Limits of Consensus Postscript: The First Council 6. The Procedural Quest for Unity and Its Obstacles Postscript: The Prophetic Contest 7. Conscience and Its Limits Postscript: The Crucifixion of Conscience 8. Multiple Consciences and the Rise of Solidarity Postscript: A Figural Phenomenology of the Church 9. The Unity of Sacrifice Conclusion
    About The Author:
    Ephraim Radner is Professor of Historical Theology at Wycliffe College at the University of Toronto. He is the author or editor of seven books, including The Fate of Communion: The Agony of Anglicanism and the Future of a Global Church and Hope Among the Fragments: The Broken Church and Its Engagement of Scripture. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.
    Reviews:
    "Radner's A Brutal Unity is at a book of startling insight, extraordinary erudition, and is replete with theological implications. His ability to help us see connections between Christian disunity and liberal political theory and practice should command the attention of Christian and non-Christian alike. A Brutal Unity is a stunning achievement." --Stanley Hauerwas, Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics, Duke Divinity School
    "Massively learned and beautifully written, this book has to be the best work ever written against the holiness and unity of the Church by a Christian theologian. Not one to mince words, Radner presents Judas as the mirror of the faithless, violent, and fractured Church. For Radner, the failure of liberalism arises from and reflects the failure of the Church to repent. But he does not end here: he argues that in God's creation of things separate from God, and in Christ's radical giving of himself, we find God's holiness and oneness as a gift for God's people and as an invitation to imitate God's asymmetrical giving. Those who disagree with Radner will thank him for pressing us to examine anew why Christians rightly confess the Church to be one and holy." --Matthew Levering, University of Dayton
    Arresting, spiritually profound, ethically searching, vastly learned, and infused with passion. -- Paul Avis, Exeter University -- Ecclesiology
    ... A Brutal Unity is a significant book, one that should serve as a touchstone for ecclesiology and theological politics in this century. -- Anthony G. Siegrist, Prairie Bible College -- Evangelical Quarterly
    This is a profoundly beautiful book. It is painful, yet, it does not leave one without hope. -- Johnny Walker -- Freedom in Orthodoxy
    Radner's arguments are tightly wound and profoundly elegant. He argues with the skill of a classical rhetorician and the aesthetic power of early Anglican polemicists, which he seeks to emulate. -- Antony Easton, Concordia University -- Journal of Religion and Culture
    ... well worth the intellectual investment. -- Dustin Resch, Briercrest College and Seminary -- Anglican Theological Review
    ...a provocative and insightful book, especially for its claims about the ways in which the procedures of contemporary liberalism have found their way into church life and decision making. -- A. W. Klink, Duke University -- CHOICE Advance
    [ A Brutal Unity ] draws the reader with whiplash speed through an astonishing quantity of texts as it tries to tease out answers and chart out futures for the fractured body of Christ. -- Sarah Hinlicky Wilson, Institute for Ecumenical Research -- Pro Ecclesia
    A Brutal Unity is a book of the workday: of academic analysis, digging into archives, deconstructing a whole history of ecclesial claims, and constructing guidelines for new ones. But it is labor offered for the sake of the end time and anticipating its coming. It is a book that demonstrates how academic writing can be infused with the spirit (of Scripture, of prayer, of the One who gives himself) and yet be no less academic. -- Peter Ochs, University of Virginia -- Pro Ecclesia
    Pages: 488  Size: 228x152mm 
    PublishedBaylor University Press (US) - October   2012
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: History of religion : Christianity : Church history : Christian theology
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    Title: A Companion to the New Testament
    Sub-title: The Gospels and Acts
    By (author): Matthew L. Skinner
    ISBN10-13: 1481300008 : 9781481300001
    A Companion to the New Testament draws readers deep inside the New Testament by providing a basic orientation to its literary contours and its ways of talking about theological matters. Designed especially for students learning to navigate the Bible as Christian Scripture, the Companion serves as an accessible, reliable, and engaging guide to each New Testament book's contents. It explores these books' capacity for informing Christian faith and lifeâ€among ancient audiences and also within Christian communities through time. Individual chapters offer thorough overviews of each New Testament book, helping readers consider its historical setting, cultural assumptions, literary dynamics, and theological points of view. The Companion consistently illustrates how social conditions and community identities left their marks on the particular theological rhetoric of the New Testament. Author Matthew Skinner draws on his extensive teaching experience to orient readers to theological convictions and social realities reflected in Scripture. He pays special attention to the New Testament's use of the Old Testament, the Roman Empire's influence on Christian ideas and practices, the place of women in the early church's life and teachings, the influence of Jewish apocalyptic themes on the New Testament, and ways that certain New Testament emphases have shaped basic Christian beliefs. This first volume of the Companion explains that the Gospels are the results of the early churches' efforts to preserve memories about the life and teaching of Jesus, his character, and his enduring significance. Readers discover that Jesus' followers told their stories about him because of their desire to give testimony to him as the Christ and the agent of divine salvation. Likewise, the Companion 's treatment of Acts underscores that book's understanding of God as active in the world, a God who continues the ministry Jesus began but does so now in and around the churches formed by Jesus' followers. The earliest churches' narratives about their Lord and their origins were theological narrativesâ€stories meant to communicate believers' convictions about God and God's commitment to the world.
    Table of Contents:
    Introduction 1. What Is the New Testament? 2. The New Testament World 3. The Gospels 4. Jesus of Nazareth 5. The Gospel according to Matthew 6. The Gospel according to Mark 7. The Gospel according to Luke 8. The Gospel according to John 9. The Acts of the Apostles Recommended Resources for Ongoing Exploration of the New Testament
    Reviews:
    While respecting the historical roots of the gospels and Acts, Skinner deftly illustrates the theological content and evangelical purpose of these biblical texts. This is a solid introduction suitable for use in college and seminary courses. -- John R. Barker -- The Bible Today
    Pages: 284  Size: 228x152mm 
    PublishedBaylor University Press (US) - November   2017
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: New Testaments : Biblical studies & exegesis
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    Title: A Companion to the New Testament
    Sub-title: Paul and the Pauline Letters
    By (author): Matthew L. Skinner
    ISBN10-13: 1481307835 : 9781481307833
    A Companion to the New Testament draws readers deep inside the New Testament by providing a basic orientation to its literary contours and its ways of talking about theological matters. Designed especially for students learning to navigate the Bible as Christian Scripture, the Companion serves as an accessible, reliable, and engaging guide to each New Testament book's contents. It explores these books' capacity for informing Christian faith and lifeâ€among ancient audiences and also within Christian communities through time. Individual chapters offer thorough overviews of each New Testament book, helping readers consider its historical setting, cultural assumptions, literary dynamics, and theological points of view. The Companion consistently illustrates how social conditions and community identities left their marks on the particular theological rhetoric of the New Testament. Author Matthew Skinner draws on his extensive teaching experience to orient readers to theological convictions and social realities reflected in Scripture. He pays special attention to the New Testament's use of the Old Testament, the Roman Empire's influence on Christian ideas and practices, the place of women in the early church's life and teachings, the influence of Jewish apocalyptic themes on the New Testament, and ways that certain New Testament emphases have shaped basic Christian beliefs. This second volume of the Companion focuses on Paul and the thirteen letters in the New Testament attributed to him. Readers learn that the letters provided specific pastoral and practical instruction to ancient Christian communities. The letters make their case by relying upon and appealing to a range of theological convictions, usually focusing on who God is, what God accomplishes through Jesus Christ, and the new existence that believers now inhabit. Studying the letters alongside one another, as a collection, allows readers to consider the ways in which Paul attempted to provide pastoral care to various congregations, as well as how Paul's widespread influence may have prompted his admirers to carry his legacy forward after his death.
    Reviews:
    Teachers who share Skinner’s concern for opening the meaning of the New Testament for their students will want to consider these volumes. -- The Bible Today
    Pages: 315  Size: 228x152mm 
    PublishedBaylor University Press (US) - February   2018
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: New Testaments : Biblical studies & exegesis
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    Title: A Companion to the New Testament
    Sub-title: The General Letters and Revelation
    By (author): Matthew L. Skinner
    ISBN10-13: 1481307878 : 9781481307871
    A Companion to the New Testament draws readers deep inside the New Testament by providing a basic orientation to its literary contours and its ways of talking about theological matters. Designed especially for students learning to navigate the Bible as Christian Scripture, the Companion serves as an accessible, reliable, and engaging guide to each New Testament book's contents. It explores these books' capacity for informing Christian faith and lifeâ€among ancient audiences and also within Christian communities through time. Individual chapters offer thorough overviews of each New Testament book, helping readers consider its historical setting, cultural assumptions, literary dynamics, and theological points of view. The Companion consistently illustrates how social conditions and community identities left their marks on the particular theological rhetoric of the New Testament. Author Matthew Skinner draws on his extensive teaching experience to orient readers to theological convictions and social realities reflected in Scripture. He pays special attention to the New Testament's use of the Old Testament, the Roman Empire's influence on Christian ideas and practices, the place of women in the early church's life and teachings, the influence of Jewish apocalyptic themes on the New Testament, and ways that certain New Testament emphases have shaped basic Christian beliefs. Although they sit at the end of the New Testament's order, the last nine books in the Bibleâ€Hebrews through Revelationâ€are hardly optional reading. This third volume of the Companion demonstrates that these books provide valuable glimpses into the lives, hopes, troubles, and worries of ancient Christian communities as they sought to make their way through a changing landscape that appeared rife with threats. No one document is exactly like any other; they speak in a variety of voices while drawing from a variety of traditions to express their convictions and to make their case. Taken together, the final books provide an enduring reminder of the diversity, change, vitality, and occasional struggles that left enduring impressions on churches' efforts to understand who they were, how they should live, and what they should expect for their future.
    Table of Contents:
    Introduction 1. The Letter to the Hebrews 2. The General Letters 3. The Letter of James 4. The First Letter of Peter 5. The Second Letter of Peter 6. The Johannine Letters (1 John, 2 John, and 3 John) 7. The Letter of Jude 8. The Revelation to John Recommended Resources for Ongoing Exploration of the New Testament Subject Index
    Reviews:
    Teachers who share Skinner’s concern for opening the meaning of the New Testament for their students will want to consider these volumes. -- The Bible Today
    Pages: 159  Size: 228x152mm 
    PublishedBaylor University Press (US) - February   2018
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: New Testaments : Biblical studies & exegesis
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    Title: A Company of Women Preachers
    Sub-title: Baptist Prophetesses in Seventeenth-Century England
    By (author): Curtis W. Freeman
    ISBN10-13: 1602583188 : 9781602583184
    When the Baptist movement began four centuries ago, revolutionary forces had destabilized the centers of social control that had long kept women in their place. In the early seventeenth century, Baptist women began to speak their minds. Through their prophetic writings, these women came to exercise considerable influence and authority among the early churches. When Baptists became more institutionalized later in the century, the egalitarian distinction dissipated and women's voices again, for a long history, were silenced. However, long ago, in early Baptist life in England, women did preachâ€well and often. In A Company of Women Preachers , Curtis Freeman collects and presents a critical edition of these prophetic women's texts, retrieving their voices so that their messages and contributions to the tradition may once again be recognized.
    Table of Contents:
    Preface Introduction: Preaching Women among Early Baptists 1 Katherine Chidley The Justification of the Independant Churches of Christ (1641) 2 Sarah Wight The Exceeding Riches of Grace Advanced (1647) 3 Elizabeth Poole An Alarum of War, Given to the Army (1649) Another Alarum of War, Given to the Army (1649) 4 Jane Turner Choice Experiences of the Kind Dealings of God (1653) 5 Anna Trapnel: The Cry of a Stone (1654) Report and Plea, or, A Narrative of Her Journey (1654) A Legacy for Saints (1654) 6 Katherine Sutton A Christian Woman's Experiences of the Glorious Working of God's Free Grace (1663) 7 Anne Wentworth A True Account of Anne Wentworths (1676) A Vindication of Anne Wentworth (1677) The Revelation of Jesus Christ (1679) Englands Spiritual Pill (c. 1679) Bibliography Scripture Index Index of Names and Subjects
    About The Author:
    Curtis W. Freeman is Research Professor of Theology and Director of the Baptist House of Studies at Duke Divinity School. He lives in Durham, North Carolina.
    Reviews:
    "We owe Curtis Freeman a debt of gratitude, not only for making these texts available so easily, and with such a helpful introduction, but for all the questions we are now faced with as a result of being able to read them together." -- Baptist Quarterly (2012, 44:6)
    "Splendid. A most exciting Baptist history. This material profoundly challenges popular perceptions of women in Baptist life and deserves the widest possible readership." --Dr. Ian Randall, Director of Research at Spurgeon's College, London, and Senior Research Fellow at International Baptist Theological Seminary, Prague
    " A Company of Women Preachers is a remarkable resource for those who study early modern religion. In this book, we hear the voices of women who have largely been silenced and forgotten--voices that will surprise, challenge, and intrigue those who encounter them. With this book Professor Freemen has done valuable service both for the women whose writings he includes and for those students and scholars who will now have an accessible way to engage with those writings." --Nancy Bradley Warren, Professor of English, Courtesy Professor of Religion, Florida State University
    "With selections ranging from Katherine Chidley to Anne Wentworth, this valuable collection allows readers to hear the often neglected voices of early Baptist women who openly exercised their 'gifts' for teaching and preaching. Freeman's careful research enhances our understanding of this contentious topic within Baptist history as well as providing insight into the lives of the women themselves. His book will be a welcome addition for scholars and students of women's history, church history, and Baptist history." --Beth Allison Barr, Assistant Professor of European Women's History, Baylor University
    ...a precious and vital (both essential and lively) resource for anyone who has an interest in Baptist history or women's preaching. -- Catriona Gorton, Hillhead Baptist Church -- Regent's Review
    Freeman's book will be of interest to anyone working in the seventeenth-century Quaker women's writings and provides a valuable tool for comparative work. -- Betty Hagglund, University of Birmingham -- Quaker Studies
    Freeman's collection succeeds in its aims: it gives a pulpit to a class of women preachers that might not otherwise have it. The texts are engaging in themselves merely for the richness of the modes of religious expression contained therein before consideration is even given to the extraordinariness of such vocal women in a time and community which would seem predisposed to silence them. -- Sean Patrick Webb, Harding School of Theology -- Homiletic
    Pages: 849  Size: 228x152mm 
    PublishedBaylor University Press (US) - April   2011
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: History of religion : Church history : Baptist Churches : Christian sermons : Christian institutions & organizations : Christian ministry & pastoral activity
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    Title: A Dog's History of the World
    Sub-title: Canines and the Domestication of Humans
    By (author): Laura Hobgood-Oster
    ISBN10-13: 1481300202 : 9781481300209
    Canines and humans have depended upon one another for tens of thousands of years. Humans took the initial steps of domesticating canines, but somewhere through the millennia, dogs began dramatically to affect the future of their masters. In A Dog's History of the World , Laura Hobgood-Oster chronicles the canine-human story. From the earliest cave paintings depicting the primitive canine-human relationship to the modern model of dogs as family members, Hobgood-Oster reveals how the relationship has been marked by both love and exploitation. Canines have aided and been heir to humankind's ever-increasing thirst for scientific advancements, empire building, and personal satisfaction. They have tested equipment for space exploration, fought beside us in war, and advanced countless industries. But Hobgood-Oster reminds us that, just as canines would not have flourished without humans, humans would not have flourished without canines. They have been our healers, licking wounds and providing therapy to the sick and troubled for countless years. Weaving together archaeology, history, and literature, Laura Hobgood-Oster conclusively shows that humans would not be what they are without the presence and influence of canines, that the human-canine relationship has never been one sided, and that humanity's temptation to exploit canines is never far away.
    Table of Contents:
    Introduction 1 Strangers No More Partners in the Hunt and Herd 2 Journey to the Afterlife Best Friends Forever 3 Healing and Saving Life Is Better with Dogs 4 Canines and Conquest Invasion, Empire, and Dogs of War 5 Dogs of Design The Frankenstein Syndrome in a Changing World 6 The Dog-Human Bond Domesticating Each Other Notes Bibliography Index
    About The Author:
    Laura Hobgood-Oster is Paden Chair and Professor of Religion and Environmental Studies, Southwestern University. She is the author of The Friends We Keep . She lives in Georgetown, Texas.
    Reviews:
    Filled with fascinating information and thoughtful reflection, this book should be read by anyone who loves dogs or wants to understand people. -- Roger S. Gottlieb, author of Engaging Voices: Tales of Morality and Meaning in an Age of Global Warming (Baylor University Press, 2011) and Spirituality: What it Is and Why it Matters
    Who has domesticated whom? In this tracing of our mutual development, beyond boundaries of social group or location, A Dog's History of the World reminds us that no matter how or when, relationships with dogs are part and parcel of being human. -- Stephanie Varnon-Hughes -- Anglican Theological Review
    Pages: 200  Size: 215x139mm 
    PublishedBaylor University Press (US) - November   2017
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: General & world history : Wildlife: general interest
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    Title: A Higher Education
    Sub-title: Baylor and the Vocation of a Christian University
    Edited by: Elizabeth Davis
    ISBN10-13: 1481303295 : 9781481303293
    A Higher Education collects the work of renowned scholars on the importance and mission of Christian higher education. Placing Baylor University at the center of these discussions, this compendium celebrates the inauguration of Judge Kenneth W. Starr's over the first year of his presidency at Baylor University and underscores the necessity of Christian higher education in a global context. With an introduction by Baylor University Executive Vice President and Provost Elizabeth Davis, A Higher Education shows how the model set forth at Baylor University can influence institutions of higher learning here and abroad.
    Table of Contents:
    Foreword Introduction: Why Christian Higher Education Matters 1. Christian Higher Education vs. Christians in Higher Education 2. The Myth of the Sovereign Self 3. Scholarship in Action and the Public Mission of Universities 4. Ethics in the Twenty-First Century 5. The Challenges and Opportunities for Liberal Education in a Faith-Based University 6. The Bible, Baptists, and the Challenge of Christian Higher Education Notes
    About The Author:
    Elizabeth Davis is Executive Vice President and Provost, Baylor University.
    Reviews:
    A Higher Education: Baylor and the Vocation of a Christian University examines factors central to this identity and provides insights for all, whether we are Christians in higher education or in Christian higher education. -- Karen Maxwell -- Journal of Education and Christian Belief
    Pages: 130  Size: 228x152mm 
    PublishedBaylor University Press (US) - September   2014
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: Christianity : Education : Higher & further education, tertiary education
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    Title: A New Meeting of the Religions
    Sub-title: Interreligious Relationships and Theological Questioning
    By (author): E. Luther Copeland
    ISBN10-13: 0918954711 : 9780918954718
    A New Meeting of the Religions demonstrates that one can affirm the Christian mission internationally and interculturally without diminishing either the importance of good interreligious relationships or the recognition of the worth of the major religions.
    Table of Contents:
    Preface Part 1: Introduction, Terminology, and Representative Viewpoints 1. The New Encounter and the Christian Theology of Religions 2. Theology of Religions: Representative Viewpoints Part 2: Theology of Religions and Theological Questions 3. Articulating the Questions 4. The Christian Mission and Other Missions 5. Interreligious Relationships 6. The Redeemed Community, In History and Beyond Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index
    Reviews:
    "...a mature distillate of a life in mission service and empathetic connection with other ways of faith." —Molly Marshall, Professor, Central Baptist Theological Seminary
    "...very helpful in getting past prevailing paradigms...." —John Jonsson, Professor, Baylor University
    Pages: 195  Size: 228x152mm 
    PublishedBaylor University Press (US) - September   1999
    Format: Hardback
    Subjects: Christianity : Christian theology : Christian ministry & pastoral activity : Theology : Society & culture: general
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    Title: A New Testament Theology
    By (author): Craig L. Blomberg
    ISBN10-13: 1481302264 : 9781481302265
    Craig Blomberg has now crowned his distinguished career to date as a careful reader and interpreter of the New Testament by tackling the largest and most difficult of challengesâ€that of writing a New Testament theology. Blomberg's text draws upon his proven ability to read ancient texts in historical context, his deep knowledge of the various textual traditions that comprise the New Testament, and a sympathetic competency to see the New Testament as a lived text. A New Testament Theology is a major achievement by a seasoned scholar and one that will serve teachers and students alike. Blomberg presents the task as twofold: chronological and synthetic. Blomberg thus plots actors, authors, and books of the New Testament in a reconstructed chronological order, highlighting both the dominant and distinctive themes for each. Examinations of Jesus and the early church come first, followed by those of the early Jewish Christian writings of James and Jude, and then the missionary letters of Paul (treated together). Blomberg then unpacks the contributions of Mark, Matthew, and Luke, followed by the Pastorals (treated as an extension of Lukan thought even though originating in Paul), Hebrews, 1 and 2 Peter, and the Johannine corpus of gospel, epistles, and Revelation. As Jesus' ministry begins with the proclamation that "the time has come," the recurring, unifying, and synthetic theme of the entire New Testament is, according to Blomberg, the fulfillment of the Old Testament promises, both directly and typologically, explicitly and implicitly. Blomberg's careful inductive reading demonstrates the Bible's remarkable cohesion and foundational importance for the contemporary church. While the grand finale of God's cosmic redemption is still in the future, the determinative events for human well-being have already taken place in Christ. This is the conviction that drives Christian life from generation to generation: the ages have turned, God's victory is assured, even though there is still much work to be done.
    Reviews:
    "Craig Blomberg has sifted through the complexity of voices in the New Testament and early church and has sought to show both a stunning uniformity of their conviction that in Jesus God has brought the plan of the ages to fulfillment while he also provides a gentle reminder that there is plenty of room for diversity of thought and theme. Blomberg brings to the table his vast reading, note-taking, and careful sorting out of bibliography." —Scot McKnight, Julius R Mantey Professor of New Testament, Northern Seminary
    "Unlike many scholars, Blomberg fully engages the abundant evangelical scholarship that has emerged over the past generation, alongside other scholarship, in remarkably readable language. Nonevangelical and less conservative scholars who want to broaden their familiarity with a greater range of scholarly views and arguments today will find a friendly introduction here." —Craig S. Keener, F. M. and Ada Thompson Professor of Biblical Studies, Asbury Theological Seminary
    Pages: 791  Size: 228x152mm 
    PublishedBaylor University Press (US) - October   2018
    Format: Paperback
    Subjects: New Testaments : Biblical studies & exegesis : Christian theology : Theology
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