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Emory University Studies in Law and Religion

Published in collaboration with the Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, this series fosters exploration of the religious dimensions of law, the legal dimensions of religion, and the interaction of legal and religious ideas, institutions, and methods. more

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Theology of Law and Authority in the English Reformation

This work examines the ideas of the English Reformers regarding the origin and nature of law and authority for both church and commonwealth. More

Political Order and the Plural Structure of Society

This excellent volume explores three forms of pluralist theory—those based on historical doctrines of custom and tradition, Catholic doctrines of natural law and subsidiarity, and Calvinist doctrines of sphere sovereignty and creation—and compares and evaluates each of these forms of pluralism within the context of American thought. More

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Religion, Marriage and Family Series

Published in collaboration with Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, this new series investigates marriage and family as major theological and cultural issues and attempts to correct recent theological neglect of these important matters. More

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Early Christian Families in Context

This interdisciplinary book offers a broader, richer picture of the first Christian families by drawing together research by experts ranging from archaeologists to ancient historians. More

The Vocation of the Child

Does God have intentions for their lives—before they grow up and become "real" people? More

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Newly Released Publications

The Western Case for Monogamy Over Polygamy

For more than 2,500 years, the Western tradition has embraced monogamous marriage as an essential institution for the flourishing of men and women, parents and... more

Political Agape

Timothy Jackson here argues that agapic love of God and neighbor is the perilously neglected civil virtue of our time — and that it must be considered even... more