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07

New in the Princeton Theological Monographs Series

A couple recent announcements from Wipf & Stock Publishers:

New from Pickwick Publications
An Imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers

The Sacred Text
Biblical Authority in Nineteenth-Century America
by Ronald F. Satta

“Ronald Satta provides a careful and lucid defense of a position I had thought to be mistaken until his research persuaded me otherwise.”
—Edward Wierenga, University of Rochester

Ronald F. Satta is Senior Pastor of Webster Bible Church and an associate faculty member in American history at SUNY Brockport.

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ISBN 13: 978-1-55635-298-0 / 132 pp / $16 Retail / Paper

Geoffrey Fisher
Archbishop of Canterbury, 1945–1961
by David Hein

“Hein’s work skillfully blends biography and theological analysis with political, cultural, and social history.”
—David L. Holmes, College of William and Mary

David Hein is Professor of Religion and Philosophy at Hood College and coauthor of The Episcopalians.

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Request Review or Exam Copy

ISBN 13: 978-1-59752-824-5 / 140 pp / $17 Retail / Paper

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