Igniting Biblical Imagination

Igniting Biblical Imagination

Vol. 34, No 3, Summer, 2014
Publication Date:7/1/2014

Editorials

Whose Imagination?

Frederick J. Gaiser

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Articles

“Jesus, Remember Me”: Biblical Imagination and the Experience of Dementia

Mary Hinkle Shore

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“Were You There?” (John 18–19): Telling the Story of Jesus’ Trial—and Ours

Craig R. Koester

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Connecting the Dots and Filling the Gaps: Imagining God with Us

Stanley P. Saunders

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Kindling (and Sustaining) Biblical Imagination

Stephen Fowl

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Sarah, Hagar, Abraham—Hannah, Peninnah, Elkanah: Case Studies in Conflict

Frederick J. Gaiser

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Speaker, Word, Breath: A Scriptural View of Christian Formation

Laura J. Thelander

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Doctoral Essay Contest Essays

The Church’s Mission to Youth

Darren M. Pollock

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Face to Face

Does the Bible Have a Big Story? Well, Only If We Don’t Know the End!

David E. Fredrickson

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Does the Bible Have a Big Story? Yes, for the Sake of Mission!

Alan G. Padgett

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Texts in Context

Faith and Spiritual Practice among College Students: Social Inquiry and Biblical Imagination

Roland D. Martinson

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Reviews

Faith in the Face of Empire: The Bible through Palestinian Eyes, by Raheb, Mitri

Clint A. Schnekloth

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Genesis, Evolution, and the Search for a Reasoned Faith, by Birge, Mary Katherine, et al.

George W. Gaiser

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History of the World Christian Movement. Volume II: Modern Christianity from 1454–1800, by Irvin, Dale T., and Scott W. Sundquist

Mark A. Granquist

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Qoheleth: The Ironic Work, by Crenshaw, James L.

James Limburg

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The Christ of the Miracle Stories: Portrait through Encounter, by Cotter, Wendy J.

David K. Bryan

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The Story of the Holy Land: A Visual History, by Walker, Peter

Robert Brusic

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