Posts Tagged ‘Rowan Williams’

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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Happy Saturday!

Here are a few good things on the web I’ve appreciated lately.

Bridget Kendall’s conversation with Archbishop Rowan Williams on Dostoevsky, faith, and fiction:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b018g6wj.   And if you’re interested, we do have Williams’ recent book, Dostoevsky: Language, Faith and Fiction,  as well as a few Dostoevsky titles, in stock.

Via the On Being blog:  The Private Faith of Jimmy Carter.  Recording of Krista Tippett’s excellent interview with Carter in 2007:  http://being.publicradio.org/programs/jimmycarter/

Courtesy of  the Faith and Theology blog, here are six types of reading:


and three other types of reading:



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