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God, the Moon, and the Astronaut (PAPERBACK)
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Jacques Arnould was born in 1961. An agricultural engineer and doctor in the history of science and theology, he is interested in the relationship between science, culture and religion, with a particular interest in two themes: that of the living being and its evolution, and that of space and its conquest. To the first he has devoted several works and articles of history or theology. On the second he is working as project leader at the National Centre for Space Studies (CNES) on the social and cultural dimension of space activities. In the Éditions du Cerf he has published: La Théologie après Darwin (Theology after Darwin ) (1998); Dieu, le Singe et le Big Bang (God, the Monkey and the Big Bang ) (2000); La Seconde Chance d’Icare (Icarus’s Second Chance) (2001) and Les Moustaches du diable (The Devil’s Whiskers) 2003).

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Pieces of Ease and Grace (PDF)
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The previous volume of essays, Five Uneasy Pieces was warmly received. People of faith and spirituality were looking for liberating understandings of the Bible in engagement with their own sexualities and those of friends, family and beyond. The book demonstrated clearly that oppressive uses of selected texts from the Bible were invalid. But more is needed. The obligation upon scriptural scholars is to establish scripture’s hospitable inclusion of those whose sexual identities have been subjected to such oppression. Pieces of Ease and Grace retrieves biblical texts as actively embracing gays and lesbians within the community of faith. Their stories profoundly intersect with those of scripture. Here is a collection of biblical essays on sexuality and welcome that restores the Bible as a book of grace to those whose sexual identities had previously been lost, or condemned, in interpretation.

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Pieces of Ease and Grace (eBOOK/ePUB)
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The previous volume of essays, Five Uneasy Pieces was warmly received. People of faith and spirituality were looking for liberating understandings of the Bible in engagement with their own sexualities and those of friends, family and beyond. The book demonstrated clearly that oppressive uses of selected texts from the Bible were invalid. But more is needed. The obligation upon scriptural scholars is to establish scripture’s hospitable inclusion of those whose sexual identities have been subjected to such oppression. Pieces of Ease and Grace retrieves biblical texts as actively embracing gays and lesbians within the community of faith. Their stories profoundly intersect with those of scripture. Here is a collection of biblical essays on sexuality and welcome that restores the Bible as a book of grace to those whose sexual identities had previously been lost, or condemned, in interpretation.

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Potiphar's Wife: The Vatican's Secret and Child Sexual Abuse (PDF)
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Kieran Tapsell studied for the Catholic priesthood at St. Columba’s College, Springwood, and St. Patrick’s College Manly in the 1960's, during which time he studied Canon Law for some 3 years. After leaving the seminary, he studied Law at Sydney University. He was admitted a Solicitor and Barrister of the Supreme Court of NSW in 1973, was a partner in the firm of Watkins Tapsell from 1973 to 2004, an Accredited Specialist in Commercial Litigation and Advocacy, and a District Court Arbitrator and Mediator. He was an Acting District Court Judge from 1996 to 1999 and the author of many articles in legal journals on topics within his area of specialization. Since his retirement from his legal practice in 2004, he has been translating Latin American literature and newspaper columns from Spanish to English. Learn More

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God's Word and the Church's Council: Vatican II and Divine Revelation (PDF)
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Christopher J Monaghan CP LSS PhD studied at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and is President of Yarra Theological Union, a College of the University of Divinity (formerly The Melbourne College of Divinity), where he has been teaching New Testament since 1987. His publications include A Source Critical Edition of the Gospels of Matthew and Luke in Greek and English (Subsidia Biblica 40, Rome: Gregorian and Biblical Press, 2010) and A Friendly Guide to Paul (Mulgrave: Garratt, 2014).

Mark A O’Brien OP LSS DTheol studied at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and The University of Divinity. He is currently Associate Professor of Biblical Studies in the University of Divinity. His publications include The Deuteronomistic History Hypothesis: A Reassessment (OBO 92; Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1989), and (co-authored with Antony F Campbell) Sources of the Pentateuch: Texts, Introductions, Annotations (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1993), Unfolding the Deuteronomistic History: Origins, Upgrades, Present Text (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2000), and Rethinking the Pentateuch: Prolegomena to the Theology of Ancient Israel (Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2005). Learn More

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A Soul for Australia? (PDF)
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John Gatt-Rutter is Maltese by birth and has spent a lifetime in Italian studies. He has written books on writers as different as Italo Svevo (1861-1928) and Oriana Fallaci (1929-2006). He has recently published The Bilingual Cockatoo: Writing Italian Australian lives.

Peter Willis has researched the relationship between adult learning & the quest for meaning and humanism in civil society. He is currently the acting director of the Australian Centre for Convivial Backyard Civilisation (ACCBC). Recent writings are: Existential Approach to Transformative Learning and Learning life from Illness stories. Learn More

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Potiphar's Wife: The Vatican's Secret and Child Sexual Abuse (ePUB)
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Kieran Tapsell studied for the Catholic priesthood at St. Columba’s College, Springwood, and St. Patrick’s College Manly in the 1960's, during which time he studied Canon Law for some 3 years. After leaving the seminary, he studied Law at Sydney University. He was admitted a Solicitor and Barrister of the Supreme Court of NSW in 1973, was a partner in the firm of Watkins Tapsell from 1973 to 2004, an Accredited Specialist in Commercial Litigation and Advocacy, and a District Court Arbitrator and Mediator. He was an Acting District Court Judge from 1996 to 1999 and the author of many articles in legal journals on topics within his area of specialization. Since his retirement from his legal practice in 2004, he has been translating Latin American literature and newspaper columns from Spanish to English. Learn More

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God, the Moon, and the Astronaut (PDF)
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Jacques Arnould was born in 1961. An agricultural engineer and doctor in the history of science and theology, he is interested in the relationship between science, culture and religion, with a particular interest in two themes: that of the living being and its evolution, and that of space and its conquest. To the first he has devoted several works and articles of history or theology. On the second he is working as project leader at the National Centre for Space Studies (CNES) on the social and cultural dimension of space activities. In the Éditions du Cerf he has published: La Théologie après Darwin (Theology after Darwin ) (1998); Dieu, le Singe et le Big Bang (God, the Monkey and the Big Bang ) (2000); La Seconde Chance d’Icare (Icarus’s Second Chance) (2001) and Les Moustaches du diable (The Devil’s Whiskers) 2003).

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God, the Moon, and the Astronaut (ePUB)
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Jacques Arnould was born in 1961. An agricultural engineer and doctor in the history of science and theology, he is interested in the relationship between science, culture and religion, with a particular interest in two themes: that of the living being and its evolution, and that of space and its conquest. To the first he has devoted several works and articles of history or theology. On the second he is working as project leader at the National Centre for Space Studies (CNES) on the social and cultural dimension of space activities. In the Éditions du Cerf he has published: La Théologie après Darwin (Theology after Darwin ) (1998); Dieu, le Singe et le Big Bang (God, the Monkey and the Big Bang ) (2000); La Seconde Chance d’Icare (Icarus’s Second Chance) (2001) and Les Moustaches du diable (The Devil’s Whiskers) 2003). Learn More

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A Year with Luther (PAPERBACK)
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Athina Lexutt was born in 1966 and holds a doctorate in theology. She is professor of Church History in the Institute for Evangelical Theology at the Justus Liebig University of Giessen, Germany. She also teaches in the Faculty of Evangelical Theology of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main.

Jeffrey Silcock was born in 1949 and holds a doctorate in theology. He lectures in systematic theology at Australian Lutheran College/MCD University of Divinity, North Adelaide, where he serves as Associate Dean for Research. Learn More

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