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Jesus, King of Strangers: What the Bible Really Says about Immigration

Jesus, King of Strangers: What the Bible Really Says about Immigration

by Mark W Hamilton

Recovering the church’s native language for migrantsNationalistic tribalism is on the rise around the world. How we treat strangers (foreigners, immigrants, migrants) is a promi­nent political, economic, and religious issue. Drawing on his personal experiences and expertise as a biblical scholar, Mark Hamilton argues that Scripture describes God&rs… Read more…

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Slavery's Long Shadow: Race and Reconciliation in American Christianity

Slavery's Long Shadow: Race and Reconciliation in American Christianity

by James L Gorman, Jeff W Childers and Mark W Hamilton

How interactions of race and religion have influenced unity and division in the church At the center of the story of American Christianity lies an integral connection between race relations and Christian unity. Despite claims that Jesus Christ transcends all racial barriers, the most segregated hour in America is still Sunday mornings when Christians ga… Read more…

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Meditations for the Lone Traveler

Meditations for the Lone Traveler

by Mark W Hamilton

These twenty-two meditations on the songs, prayers, and stories of the Bible invite readers to imagine themselves as part of a world in which human beings may fully live into their sufferings and joys as part of a vibrant while still critically searching faith in God. Here we see prophets and poets, as well as ordinary men and women, embrace the realities of… Read more…

Renewing Tradition

Renewing Tradition

by Thomas H Olbricht and Mark W Hamilton

"We offer this collection as a token of our affection and admiration of our friend and colleague James Weldon Thompson. . . . His studies of the letter to the Hebrews and of Paul in their intellectual contexts (especially Middle Platonism) have contributed significantly to the ongoing quest for placing the New Testament in its socio-intellectual setting.… Read more…