By Sadie Gregory A course guide to the study of selections from the Old Testament for individuals and groups. "How can a study of Old Testament material help modern individuals face life in an age of transitions?" asks Sadie Gregory in the introduction to this work. She goes on to say, "A living acquaintance with the great Yahweh-person encounters of the Old Testament can awaken one's heart to the possibility of deeper personal encounters with the Other." Here are 12 studies focusing on individuals (Abraham, Joseph, Moses, and others), cosmic myths, tales and songs. For each there are questions for discussion and suggestions for verbal and non-verbal activities. Published by the Guild for Psychological Studies, 1980 $5 Paper ISBN 0-917479-05-X 103 pages
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- By Elizabeth Boyden Howes Jesus' Answer to God has no parallel. It is not about Jesus' answer to humankind as has been theologized, catechized, and preached for nearly two millenia. It is a book about the consciousness of Jesus of Nazareth and his way of wrestling with the ultimate questions that address one who has chosen to express Life fully. Particularly hopeful in our age is its discussion of the realistic way of transforming darkness and evil. $15 Hardcover ISBN 0-917479-00-9 1984 $11.50 Paper ISBN 0-917479-01-7 248 pages; 5" x 8-1/2" Subject and Scriptural Indice
- By Elizabeth Boyden Howes A meditation given by Dr. Howes at Union Theological Seminary, New York, on the occasion of Ash Wednesday, 1975. Now available in a new format with text in calligraphy, this handsome booklet traces profound insights in the life journey and message of Jesus of Nazareth. $7 Paper 14 pages; 7-1/2" x 8-1/2"
- By Henry Burton Sharman At long last, Records of the Life of Jesus is available in the Revised Standard Version translation of the synoptic Gospels. First published in 1917 using the English Revised Version, this valuable book places the Gospels of Matthew-Mark-Luke in parallel columns without displacement of order. It remains unique in the way it simplifies the process of comparison and understanding of texts. Also included, without comparison, is the Gospel of John. This new edition, besides being in the language of the Revised Standard Version, includes additional references to Hebrew Scriptures and extensive references to the Gospel of Thomas. $25.00 Hardcover; ISBN 0-917479-12-2; 264 pages; 8-1/2" x 11"