By Thomas H. Olbricht,David Fleer
The essays during this quantity are divided into 3 sections. these within the first part are on recovery background. the second one part is on conversation reviews. And the ultimate part comprises essays on a distinctiveness of Casey's, conscientious objection, simply battle, and Christian peacemaking.
"This quantity of essays is a becoming tribute to Michael Casey, whose educational services prolonged past the standard disciplinary limitations. Essays on Stone-Campbell background, rhetorical idea, and pacifism expand Mike's scholarly pursuits and supply new contributions that might have a continuous influence at the scholarship of every of those parts of research."
--James W. Thompson
Editor, recovery Quarterly
Thomas H. Olbricht is individual Professor Emeritus of faith at Pepperdine college. he's the writer and editor of diverse works together with Lifted Up: Crucifixion, Resurrection, and group in John.
David Fleer is Professor of Bible and conversation and specified Assistant to the President at Lipscomb University.
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