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Abraham, K.C. ed., A Tribute to M.M. Thomas: Christian Witness in Society. Bangalore, Board of Theological Education-Senate of Serampore College, 1998, 226pp.

Adamo, David Tuesday, Africa and the Africans in the Old Testament. London, Christian Universities Press, 1998, 216pp., $29.95.

Allchin, A.M., N. ES. Grundtvig: An Introduction to His Life and Work. Aarhus, Aarhus UP, 1997, 336pp., $39.95.

Aoanan, Melanio La Guardia, Pagkakaisa at Pagbabago: Ang Patotoo ng United Church of Christ in the Philippines. Quezon City, Philippines, New Day, 1996, 200pp.

Aram I, Catholicos of Cilicia, The Challenge to Be a Church in a Changing World. New York, Armenian Prelacy, 1997, 206pp.

Ateek, Naim; Duaybis, Cedar; Schrader, Maria, eds, Jerusalem: What Makes for Peacet A Palestinian Christian Contribution to Peacemaking. London, Melisende, 1997, 281pp., 12.50

Benson, Garth; Glasberg, Ronad; Griffith, Bryant, eds, Perspectives on the Unity and Integration of Knowledge. New York, Peter Lang, 1998, 286pp., $32.95.

Boone, Jerry Richard, The Safety Line: Evidence of Things Not Seen. Shippensburg, PA, Ragged Edge, 1998, 115pp., $9.95.

Braybrooke, Marcus, The Explorer's Guide to Christianity. London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1998, 303pp., 8.99 [pounds sterling].

Brinkman, M.; Witte, H., eds, From Roots to Fruits. Protestants and Catholics towards a Common Understanding of the Church. European Studies from the World Alliance of Reformed Churches, no. 3, Geneva, WARC, 1998, 192pp.

Browning, Don S.; Miller-McLemore, Bonnie J.; Couture, Pamela D.; Brynolf Lyon, K.; Franlin, Robert M.; From Culture Wars to Common Ground: Religion and the American Family. Louisville, KY, Westminster John Knox, 1997, 399pp., $19.00.

Brueggemann, Walter; Stroup, George W., eds, Many Voices, One God: Being Faithful in a Pluralistic World. Louisville, KY, Westminster John Knox, 1998, 212pp.

Buttiglione, Rocco, Karol Wojtyla: The Thought of the Man Who Became Pope John Paul II. Grand Rapids, MI, Eerdmans, 1997, 400pp., $35.00.

Chaillot, Christine; Belopopsky, Alexander, eds, Towards Unity: The Theological Dialogue between the Orthodox Church and the Oriental Orthodox Churches. Geneva, Inter-Orthodox Dialogue, 1998, 99pp.

Christiansen, Eric, The Northern Crusades. London, Penguin, 1997, 285pp., 8.99 [pounds sterling].

Ciriello, Maria ed., Formation and Development for Catholic School Leaders: A Three-Volume Preparation Program for Future and Neophyte Principals. Vol. I: The Principal as Educational Leader, 2nd ed., Washington, DC, Department of Education, US Catholic Conference, 1998, 479pp.

Ciriello, Maria ed., Formation and Development for Catholic School Leaders: A Three-Volume Preparation Program for Future and Neophyte Principals. Vol. III: The Principal as Managerial Leader, 2nd ed., Washington, DC, Department of Education, US Catholic Conference, 1998, 339pp.

Cole-Turner, Ronald, Human Cloning: Religious Responses. Louisville, KY, Westminster John Knox, 1997, 151pp., $15.00.

Cook, Guillermo, ed., Crosscurrents in Indigenous Spirituality: Interface of Maya, Catholic and Protestant Worldviews. Leiden, NL, Brill, 1997, 346pp., US$103.00.

D'Arcy May, John ed., Pluralism and the Religions: The Theological and Political Dimensions. London, Cassell, 1998, 96pp., hardback 30.00 [pounds sterling], paperback 9.99 [pounds sterling].

Denaux, A.; Dick, J., From Malines to ARCIC: The Malines Conversations Commemorated. Leuven, Peeters, 1997, 330pp., BEF1800.00.

Diotalevi, David A., God's Questions: Prayerful Answers for Daily Life. Shippensburg, PA, Ragged Edge, 1998, 119pp., $9.95.

Eriksson, Anne-Louise, The Meaning of Gender in Theology: Problems and Possibilities. Uppsala Women's Studies. A: Women in Religion; 6. Stockholm, Almqvist & Wiksell, 1995, 168pp., SEK142. …

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