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Book reminder: “Live Like You Give a Damn!: Join the Changemaking Celebration”

Live Like You Give a Damn! declares the very good news that God is raising up a new generation, largely

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in the mail: “Reading John”

I’ve flipped through it and read the introduction. Thus far, it looks like a great tool to have for those

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Review of “Esther and Her Elusive God: How a Secular Story Functions as Scripture”

How do you bring to bear a cross-disciplinary approach to a generally discarded book of Scripture, suddenly transforming it from

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Review of “TheoMedia: The Media of God and the Digital Age”

I once came close to actually meeting Andrew “Andy” Byers in the flesh during a presentation on John the Baptist

Publications and Papers

first review for “Praying in God’s Theater”

For the most part, you can find other articles on this book here. Geoffrey Kruse-Safford writes, Joel Watts invites readers

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Endorsements for “Praying in God’s Theater” (@wipfandstock)

“Revelation is, at its heart, about mysteries. Such things are best approached in prayer, in an attitude of worship, and

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It’s finally ready to order: “Praying in God’s Theater, Meditations Upon the Book of Revelation” @wipfandstock

Much like the book of Revelation, Joel L. Watts’ Praying in God’s Theater aims to pull readers into a deeper

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In the Mail: Esther and Her Elusive God, How a Secular Story Functions as Scripture

John Anthony Dunne was kind enough to send this along. What if the way the book of Esther has been