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Below is a list of some of the most recent Phillips Theological Seminary Faculty publications. 


A Scandalous Jesus: How Three Historic Quests Changed Theology for the Better 

by Joseph A. Bessler

PTS Main Library Stacks 232.908 B4642s 2013


St. Mark’s and the Social Gospel: Methodist Women and Civil Rights in New Orleans, 1895-1965

by Ellen Blue

PTS Main Library Stacks: 261.7088 B6251s 2011


Place of the Spirit: Toward a Trinitarian Theology of Location

by Sarah Morice Brubaker

PTS Main Library Stacks: 231.044 M824p 2013


Misunderstanding Stories: Toward a Postcolonial Pastoral Theology

by Melinda McGarrah Sharp

PTS Main Library Stacks: 253.09 M171m 2013


Acts and Christian Beginnings: The Acts Seminar Report

by Dennis E. Smith and Joseph B. Tyson

PTS Main Library Stacks: 226.606 Ac87 2013


Meals in the Early Christian World; Social Formation, Experimentation, and Conflict at the Table

by Dennis E. Smith and Hal Taussig

PTS Main Library Stacks: 394.1250938 M4624 2012


Bringing the Word to Life: Engaging the New Testament Through Performing It

by Richard Ward

PTS Preaching Collection 225.6W216c 2013

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