Several of our Perkins School of Theology faculty members have recently published new books.
Aldersgate and Athens: John Wesley and the Foundations of Christian Belief by William Abraham “provides a learned and eye-opening meditation upon the relationship between reason and faith.”
The Oxford Handbook of Systematic Theology–this new paperback edition includes essays by William Abraham and Charles Wood in addition to 35 more theologians from around the globe.
True When Whispered: Hearing God’s Voice in a Noisy World by Paul Escamilla invites you to “tune into God’s whisper” so that you can “address life in a fresher, simpler way–a way that will last beyond the everyday worry and noise.”
Georgia Harkness: The Remaking of a Liberal Theologian, edited by Rebekah Miles, is the latest addition to the Library of Theological Ethics. Georgia Harkness was “the first American woman to teach theology at the seminary level” and this book collects many of her articles and essays, many of which were not widely available until now.
Jesus in the Hispanic Community: Images of Christ from Theology to Popular Religion is edited by Harold Recinos and Hugo Magallanes. It includes essays by many respected scholars such as Virgilio Elizondo, Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz, Miguel De La Torre, and Carlos Cardoza-Orlandi and seven others.