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Ethan R. Longhenry

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Ethan R. Longhenry serves as the evangelist for the Venice church of Christ in Los Angeles, California, where he lives with his wife Sarah and four children. He has previously worked with churches in Illinois and Ohio. He holds a BA in Classics and Hebrew & Semitic Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He maintains the devotional Spiritual Manna.

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A Study of Denominations

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Churches of the New Testament

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The Training of the Twelve

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Christians recognize and confess God as One in Three Persons according to what has been made known in Scripture: God the Father, God the Son (the Lord Jesus Christ), and God the Holy Spirit (John 1:1, 14, Colossians 2:8-9). The members of the Godhead exist as distinct “personalities” (John 8:16-18), yet remain perfectly one in nature, purpose, will, and intention: in a word, one in relational u...

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Ecologies of Faith in a Digital Age by Stephen D. Lowe
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A meandering technical discussion moving primarily toward an exhortation of understanding the faith and Christianity according to an ecological framework and secondarily as an exhortation to explore the potential of online connection in a Christian e ...more
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Scarcity by Sendhil Mullainathan
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A compelling exploration of the effects of scarcity of a resource in life and psychology.

The authors use various sociological methods to explore the effects of scarcity on a person. They demonstrate that scarcity has the ability to focus the mind: we
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What Truth Sounds Like by Michael Eric Dyson
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An exploration of the black experience of America in terms of a meeting between RFK and many notable members of the black community in 1963.

The author begins by describing the meeting between RFK, James Baldwin, and many other prominent black artists
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All Things Hold Together in Christ by James K. Smith
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A wide and broad exploration into the relationship between Christianity, sociology, science, and virtue.

This is a composite work of many essays on a range of topics as well as excerpts from larger works. Smith's introduction is itself worth the entir
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Reviving the Ancient Faith by Richard T. Hughes
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An exploration into the history, theology, and heritage of (primarily white) churches of Christ from 1820 to 1990.

The author describes the history of churches of Christ through a sociologically informed theological perspective; his goal is to show th
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Listening to Sexual Minorities by Mark A. Yarhouse
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A set of findings and explanation of findings regarding the life, faith, health, outlook, and situation of students who identify as sexual minorities at Christian colleges.

The authors cite their own studies as well as other studies done in the field
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After Virtue by Alasdair MacIntyre
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An exploration of moral philosophy in the Western tradition.

The author's main premise, if I have understood it properly, is to commend the Aristotelian tradition and many aspects of its framework in order to have a coherent, rational discussion of vi
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Discovering Romans by Anthony C. Thiselton
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A commentary on commentaries on Romans.

The work begins with encouragement to read Romans, interpretive strategies for Romans, how Romans has been received and read, the textual critical history of Romans, an introduction, and then section by section
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The Revelation of John by Jürgen Roloff
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