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message 1: by Swantje (new)

Swantje (swan4) | 97 comments One I came across recently on my trip to Germany is Dorothee Sölle, they had a radio program about her. I think one of her most famous books is Mysticism and Resistance. I brought it from my trip, but haven't had a chance to read it, yet.

message 2: by T.C. (new)

T.C. Slonaker | 62 comments I'm curious to see the recommendations here also.

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Markus McDowell (markusmcdowellauthor) | 25 comments Are you looking for modern works, or more ancient? Technical theological works or more popular works?

message 4: by Swantje (new)

Swantje (swan4) | 97 comments I don't know about Jonathan, but I'd be interested in any of those, but especially modern.

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Markus McDowell (markusmcdowellauthor) | 25 comments Sorry for not replying. I have a huge list somewhere, I just have to dig it out. Most are academics, but some also write popular and accessible works. I'll post later, but here are some off the top of my head:

Marianne Meye Thompson comes to mind first, because she was one of my PhD dissertation mentors.
Carol Newsom's work on Job is phenomenal. (I am using it as research for a current novel).
Karen Jobes also comes to mind for her work in New Testament studies.


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T.C. Slonaker | 62 comments Thanks, Markus!

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