Publisher: Fordham University Press (July 2, 2014) Theology in the modern era often assumes that the consummate form of theological discourse is objective prose–ignoring or condemning apophatic traditions and the spiritual eros that drives them. For too long, Kierkegaard has been read along these lines as a progenitor of twentieth-century neo-orthodoxy and a stern critic […]
Publisher: Hermes Press (July 22, 2014) Collects author’s work on the Sundays and is complemented by essays, original artwork, and tons of extras.
Publisher: Oxford University Press (July 10, 2014) The riot that erupted during the 1913 debut of Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring at the Th tre des Champs- lys es in Paris has long been one of the most infamous and intriguing events of modern musical history. The third in a series of works commissioned […]
Publisher: Oxford University Press (July 8, 2014) Why did John Wesley leave the halls of academia at Oxford to become a Church of England missionary in the newly established colony of Georgia? Was his ministry in America a success or failure? These questions–which have engaged numerous biographers of Wesley–have often been approached from the vantage […]
Publisher: University of Alaska Press (July 15, 2014) It s easy to find joy in a playful, agile creature that enjoys sliding on its belly. River otters are among the most adorable, charismatic animals in North America, and with a territory that spans the continent, they re a far-reaching favorite.
Publisher: Oxford University Press (July 8, 2014) Aquinas and Calvin on Romans is a comparative study of John Calvin’s and Thomas Aquinas’s commentaries on the first eight chapters of Paul’s letter to the Romans. Focusing on the role of human participation in God’s work of salvation, Charles Raith argues that Calvin’s critiques of the “schoolmen” […]
Publisher: Murdoch Books (July 3, 2014) Bringing you authentic recipes that sit at the heart of the Argentina’s cuisine, Argentinian Street Food is divided into chapters that focus on different aspects of Argentinian food and how best to recreate it at home. There are chapters with traditional recipes for empanadas stuffed with meat, fish, cheese, […]
Publisher: Bloomsbury Visual Arts; Spi edition (July 3, 2014) The Handbook of Glaze Recipes is an essential studio companion for any potter. Covering a comprehensive range of glazes including porcelain, crystalline and raku as well as stoneware and earthenware, each recipe is illustrated with a useful test tile to demonstrate the effects of opaque, matte, […]
Publisher: Modern Toss Limited (July 17, 2014) Welcome to the ‘Best of Work’, the definitive collection of hilarious jokes chipped direct from the coal face of office politics by cult cartoonists Modern Toss. Seventy-five bang-on-the-nose cartoons cherry picked from new material and their massively popular ‘Work’ and ‘More Work’ books, many dealing with recent shifts […]
Publisher: Chronicle Books (July 15, 2014) As we know from Greg Stones’s first breakout hit book, zombies hate stuff. It’s less understood that the undead also struggle with the stuff of everyday life usually navigated by the breathing. Zombies have issues with yoga, bad hair days, chopsticks, the morning commute, touch-screen technology, and more. They […]