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A Bibliography Representing The Interdenominational Theological Center Faculty Publications

By Robert W. Woodruff Library

Abstract

On February 28, 2006, the Atlanta University Center (AUC) Woodruff Library and the Library Advisory Council hosted an exhibit and reception to celebrate the scholarly publications of Atlanta University Center faculty. As a complement to that event, the AUC Woodruff Library developed the publication, Atlanta University Center Faculty Publications: A Brief Bibliography, which highlights selected scholarly and research contributions of the Atlanta University Center faculty. In 2013, the Library compiled the citations received over the years into individual campus bibliographies. Each campus bibliography illustrates the richness of faculty contributions to scholarship and research. Readers are invited to visit the Atlanta University Woodruff Library\u27s DigitalCommons (http://digitalcommons.auctr.edu) on the Library’s website for future reference and use

Publisher: DigitalCommons@Robert W. Woodruff Library, Atlanta University Center
Year: 2013
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.auctr.edu:aucbibs-1010

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  158. (2004). Refugees: Alienation and Reincorporation in
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  173. (2005). Soul Stories:
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  175. (2004). Spirituality, and Disciplines for
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  177. (2005). Stories: African American Christian Education.
  178. (2007). Talks and the Poor Are
  179. Tapping Our Roots: African and
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  194. (2005). The Evaluation Process and the Members Voice Project: Perspectives and
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  211. (2003). The Shape of Zion: Leadership and Life in Black Churches.
  212. (2006). The Two Kingdoms in
  213. (2006). The Unwritten Text: The Indigenous African Christian Women’s Movement in Zimbabwe.
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  216. (2007). The Winds of Promise: Building and Maintaining Strong Clergy Families. Nashville: Discipleship Resources.
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  218. (2009). They Were All Together in One Place: Toward Minority Biblical Criticism. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature.
  219. (1994). They're Nothing but Incestuous Bastards: The Polemical Use of Sex and Sexuality in Hebrew Canon Narrative."
  220. (1998). Tools for Transformation: Effective Dialogue Sermon Models.”
  221. (2003). Treasures in Clay Jars: New Ways to Understand Your Church.
  222. (2003). Triennial Tithes and the Underdog: A Revisionist Reading of Deuteronomy 14: 22-29 and 26:12-15.”
  223. (2011). Unnoticed and Unloved: The Indigenous Storyteller and Public Theology in a
  224. (1994). Using Scripture in Pastoral Counseling.
  225. (2007). Vision of a Fun, Free Life, Not Driven by Purpose.”
  226. (2004). Visionary Servant Leader.” Journal of the Interdenominational Theological Center XXXII,
  227. (2006). War with Only Lower-class Pain,
  228. (2007). We Still Need Affirmative Action [As Long as There’s Sin].
  229. (2009). Wesley and the Twenty-First Century: A Realistic Future,” Methodist Review:
  230. (2011). What American Christians Might Do to Enhance Muslim Life.” Emphasis: A Lectionary Preaching Journal (March-April-May,
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  233. (2009). What’s Wrong in America: Insalubrious Cultural Trends.” Emphasis: A Lectionary Preaching Journal (March-April-May
  234. (2007). When Did Jesus Become Republican? Rescuing our Country and Our Values from the Right: Strategies for a Post-Bush America.
  235. (1989). White Women’s Christ and Black Women’s Jesus: Feminist Christology and Womanist Response.
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  237. (2005). Working Outside the Box: God’s New Paradigm

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