Drawn to Freedom, by Eberhard Busch

In this long, freewheeling conversation with the Heidelberg Catechism, Eberhard Busch sometimes uses the document for leverage against distortions in the contemporary church, and sometimes challenges its assumptions.

The many Jobs

C. L. Seow explores how the book of Job might have been understood by its original writers and audiences, and how we might look at it now.

Constantine Revisited: Leithart, Yoder, and the Constantinian Debate, edited by John D. Roth

In Defending Constantine, Leithart argued that the free church tradition in general and John Howard Yoder in particular were wrong to identify the fall of the church with the conversion of Emperor Constantine and his use of the sword to advance Christianity. To various degrees these essayists say that Leithart got both Yoder and Constantine wrong.

Emil Brunner: A Reappraisal, by Alister E. McGrath

Alistair McGrath offers an intellectual history of Emil Brunner's life and thought—and pleads for a recovery of his theology.

The Urban Pulpit, by Matthew Bowman

Matthew Bowman invites readers to rediscover the once-powerful promise of liberal evangelicalism, which he sees a pastoral middle way between the secular city and fundamentalism.