The cultural context of the old testament highlights for the reader the various cultural trends and traditions that go into the making of the book of the old testament. From the ancient Sumero Akkadian myths, to wisdom literature of Egypt and Mesopotamia to the law codes of the Sumerians, Babylonians and Hittites, the authors of the old testament are continuously influenced and enriched by non Israelite cultures and traditions.
Dumitru Staniloae: An Ecumenical Ecclesiology
this book is a profound and original orthodox theology. this is an invaluable addition to the growing body of scholarship on the theology of the most important Romanian orthodox theologian. read this book and know more about ecumenical ecclesiology
Becoming a Vessel of Honor
this book is written for all those children of God who hunger and thirst after a close personal relationship with HIM. it is for those who long to ''hear'' his voice in their innermost being, who will not be satisfied with anything less than the experience of his presence and glory. the purpose of this book is to help you understand the rapidly expanding world of the occult so that you can not only cleanse yourself from any involvement in it but also so that you can avoid its traps. this is a good book to read
Clement Of Rome The Didache
The letter to the Corinthians by clement of Rome and the Didache are two of the most important documents from the earliest days of Christianity. Here we stand at the very fount of Christian teaching outside the new testament. Clement's letter and the Didache reveal how Christians were implementing and living out the faith taught by Jesus and passed on by the twelve apostles.
Saving Christianity From Empire
At a time when Christian fundamentalists see the extension of American power in the world as God given, saving Christianity from empire is especially welcome. In clear, strong language it demolishes the religious justification for imperialism and brings to the fore the best of the Christian heritage.