Posts Tagged ‘Jacques Ellul’

Staff member Sparky recommends a book he recently read, An Unjust God?: A Christian Theology of Israel in Light of Romans 9-11,  by Jacques Ellul, published this summer by Wipf & Stock Publishers.

According to Sparky:

“Quite simply the best theological treatment of Paul’s argument made in Romans 9-11. It is also the first English translation. A worthy read, though it is a little more demanding as Ellul always is. But worth it.”

Interested in picking up a copy for yourself?  We do distribute this title, which retails at $17.00, and if you order it directly through us and mention this blog post, we’ll discount it by 25%.

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Greetings!   Here is our latest Theology catalog, containing a selection of our used and new theology titles.

Theology Catalog, February 2012

It’s quite a long list, so to aid your navigation, I’ve noted a few of the authors and where they can be found in this catalog.

Thomas Aquinas (p. 14)

Karl Barth, including a number of his Church Dogmatics volumes (p. 19)

John Calvin (p. 42)

Marva Dawn  (p. 57)

Jacques Ellul (p. 66)

P.T. Forsyth (p. 72)

Colin Gunton (p. 83)

Julian Hartt (p. 89)

Pope John Paul II  (p. 104)

E.L. Mascall (p. 126)

H. Richard Niebuhr, Reinhold Niebuhr, and Richard R. Niebuhr (p. 143)

Thomas Oden (p. 146)

Ted Peters (p. 153)

Karl Rahner (p. 158)

Edward Schillebeeckx (p. 169)

Helmut Thielicke (p. 187)

Rowan Williams (p. 203)

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