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When Christians Were Jews: the First Generation by Paula Fredriksen

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Norman Gottwald

This addition to our library will be of particular interest to the multifaith Community of Living Traditions at Stony Point Center, because it shows precisely how the Jesus followers remained thoroughly Jewish, and, moreover, that there was a Jewish presence alongside Gentile converts well into the first three centuries, C.E.

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Radical Jesus: The Way of Jesus, Then and Now by John Vincent

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Laura Gottwald and Amy Dalton

There should be a warning at the beginning of the book Radical Jesus: Read only if you are willing to have your life and your idea of the “way” of Jesus shaken and challenged.

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The Little Book of Biblical Justice by Chris Marshall

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Norman Gottwald

It is amazing what this "little" book accomplishes in 67 pages! The author, a theological educator in New Zealand, sets forth the essential ingredients of justice as commonly understood (distribution, power, equity and rights), preparatory to a comprehensive account of justice as a central theme of the Bible.

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