Archives For Steve Webb

 

In our continuing effort to fund the publication and free distribution of The Englewood Review, we are going to be collaborating more intentionally with Christian Book Distributors. Primarily, we will be offering you the opportunity to buy bargain books from CBD that we think of are interest. Buying books this way is a win / win / win proposition. You get great books for a great price, CBD gets the sale and we get an excellent referral fee from CBD.

This week’s bargain books (Click to learn more/purchase):

431696: One Step Closer: Why U2 Matters to Those Seeking God One Step Closer: Why U2 Matters to Those Seeking God

By Christian Scharen / Baker

$2.99
Scharen reflects on how U2 “fits within the longer Christian tradition of voices that point us to the cross, to Jesus, and to the power of God’s ways in the world.” He explores the music’s honest spiritual questioning, making comparisons to figures such as King David, St. Francis of Assisi, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and Dorothy Day. Music lovers, pastors, and anyone on the path to God will value this book.

430789: The Divine Voice The Divine Voice

By Stephen H. Webb / Baker

$2.99

What can the primordial nature of noise, speech, and hearing teach us about what it means to be speakers and hearers of God’s Word? In this thoughtful work, Webb explores philosophical concepts including “Theo-acoustics,” “The Protestant Reformation As an Event Within the History of Sound,” and “The Sound of God.” 244 pages, softcover from Brazos.

35682: In Justice: Women and Global Economics In Justice: Women and Global Economics

By Ann-Cathrin Jarl / Augsburg Fortress

$1.99

How can Christians work for economic justice today? Spurred especially by the situation of women in the global household, Jarl offers an overview of feminist economics and ethics. Included also are critiques of neoclassical economic theory, objectivity in economics, and current understandings of rights, equality, and power. 177 pages, softcover from Fortress.

 

In our continuing effort to fund the publication and free distribution of The Englewood Review, we are going to be collaborating more intentionally with Christian Book Distributors. Primarily, we will be offering you the opportunity to buy bargain books from CBD that we think of are interest. Buying books this way is a win / win / win proposition. You get great books for a great price, CBD gets the sale and we get an excellent referral fee from CBD.

This week’s bargain books (Click to learn more/purchase):

430789: The Divine Voice The Divine Voice

By Stephen H. Webb / Baker

$2.99 – Save 89%!!!

What can the primordial nature of noise, speech, and hearing teach us about what it means to be speakers and hearers of God’s Word? In this thoughtful work, Webb explores philosophical concepts including “Theo-acoustics,” “The Protestant Reformation As an Event Within the History of Sound,” and “The Sound of God.” 244 pages, softcover from Brazos.

43086X: Lying: An Augustinian Theology of Duplicity Lying: An Augustinian Theology of Duplicity

By Paul J. Griffiths / Baker

$3.99 – Save 86%!!!

Is lying ever justified? Exploring the Augustinian pronouncement that telling a lie is always wrong, Griffiths examines Augustine’s belief that dissembling disfigures the image of God; contrasts Augustine’s thought with the ideas of Plato, Jerome, Aquinas, Kant, Nietzsche, and others; and argues that Christians should heed Augustine’s ban on lying. 254 pages, softcover from Brazos.

34135: A Royal Priesthood? The Use of the Bible Ethically & Biblically--A Dialogue with Oliver O"Donovan A Royal Priesthood? The Use of the Bible Ethically & Biblically–A Dialogue with Oliver O’Donovan

By C. Bartholomew, J. Chaplin, R. Song & A. Wolters, eds. / Zondervan

$3.99 – Save 89%!!!

Exploring the contemporary need for both political wisdom and biblical theology, a team of respected scholars—including Andrew Lincoln, N.T. Wright, Gerrit de Kruijf, and James Skillen—“converse” with Oliver O’Donovan on the kingdom hermeneutic and exegesis of his The Desire of the Nations. Thoughtful reflections and careful responses. 446 pages, hardcover from Zondervan.