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Ten Theology Books to Watch For – July 2020

Here are some excellent new theology books * that will be released in July 2020 :

* broadly interpreted, including ethics, church history, biblical studies, and other areas that intersect with theology

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Theology Books July 2020

Equality is Biblical: Lifting the Curse of Eve

Penelope Wilcock


Women have proved their equality with men in leadership, scholarship and exercising spiritual gifts, but traditional interpretations of Scripture mean that leadership, for many Christians, is still predominantly male. Penelope Wilcock proposes a reading of Scripture that respects its authority while embracing the full equality of women and men. Those who still talk of male ‘headship’ and ‘complementarity’ are stuck in a man-made time warp that has held Christian women back for far too long. Instead it’s time to fully grasp how the Cross brings reconciliation between the sexes, how both must be equally submitted to Christ, and how both are equal inheritors of the Kingdom.

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The Breadth of Salvation: Rediscovering the Fullness of God’s Saving Work

Tom Greggs

Baker Academic

All too often, the Christian understanding of salvation has been one-dimensional, reducing all that God has done for us to a single conception or idea. Tom Greggs, one of today’s leading theologians, offers a brief, accessibly written, but theologically substantive treatment of the doctrine of salvation. Drawing on the broad tradition of the church and the Christian faith in explaining the Christian understandings of salvation, Greggs challenges the contemporary church to be captured afresh by the immeasurable height, depth, and breadth of God’s saving actions.

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One Comment

  1. I think it would be good to have a section that deals with publications beyond North America, like a global Christianity. Theologising done in other parts of the world can enrich the West, for example Africa and Asia.
    Thank you.