A holiday for me, I was able to make a purchase of books for my summer course and some for my thesis research. These are the three that I am excited for:
Dissident Discipleship: A Spirituality of Self-Surrender, Love of God, and Love of Neighbor
Publishers Weekly: "Drawing on the Anabaptist traditions, Fuller Theological Seminary professor Augsburger explores what spirituality looks like when it imitates Jesus and is directed outward in service to the world, instead of inward on the self."
Pseudonyms of God
Robert McAfee Brown
Robert McAfee Brown is one of my favorite authors in his presentation of reading scripture from marginalized perspectives.
The New The Gospel from Everywhere to Everyone (Christian Doctrine in Global Perspective):
Chuck Van Engen: "Samuel Escobar, the dean of Latin American Protestant Evangelical missiologists, gives us here an insightful, careful, concise and passionate overview of the complex and constantly changing reality facing us all in the church's mission today. Escobar demonstrates a clear and compelling missionary commitment to the missional goal that, in the words of Donald McGavran, 'women and men become disciples of Jesus Christ and responsible members of Christ's Church.'"
If you want to help me with further research, see my Bibliography here at Amazon. If you want to borrow a book, come by the house.