Item Type: Books


Karen L. Bloomquist Between Vision and Reality: Lutheran Churches in Transition., Wolfgang Greive 2001


Karen L. Bloomquist Communion, Responsibility, Accountability: Responding as a Lutheran Communion to Neoliberal Globalization., (LWF Documentation 2004
Karen L. Bloomquist God, Creation and Climate Change: Spiritual and Ethical Perspectives., (LWF Studies 2009
Karen L. Bloomquist For the Healing of the World., Assembly Study Book 2003


Grace Brame Faith, the Yes of the Heart., Minneapolis: Augsburg Books 1999

Drawing on the Bible and the Christian tradition—including writers like Martin Luther, Henri Nouwen, Dorothee Soelle, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and Evelyn Underhill—Brame presents a clear and inspiring study of the Christian life. She explores such vital issues as the relationship between believe and faith, how we live what we believe, finding God in our suffering, and how God lives through us.


Lorraine Brugh Global Music Selections in Sundays and Seasons Year A., Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress Publishers 2010
Lorraine Brugh, Gordon Lathrop The Sunday Assembly., Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress Publishers 2008


Bunge, Marcia J., ed. The Child in Christian Thought., Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans 2001

Collection of essays by seventeen scholars who explore the views of selected Christian theologians on children and childhood. Essays critically examine the works of influential theologians ranging from the early church to the present, such as Augustine, Chrysostom, Aquinas, Luther, and contemporary feminist theologians. Bibliography includes primary and secondary texts. Spanish translation of selected chapters of The Child in Christian Thought: Los niños: en el pensamiento evangélico. (Buenos Aires, Argentina: Ediciones Kairos, 2008).


Joy K. Bussert Battered Women: From Suffering to Empowerment., New York: LCA 1985


Pamela Cooper-White Many Voices: Psychotherapy in Relational and Theological Perspective., Minneapolis: Fortress Press 2006

This is a full scale disciplinary framework for pastoral psychotherapists/pastoral counselors at intermediate and advanced levels of clinical training and also for experienced pastoral counselors and psychotherapists in professional practice. It harvests the great potential of postmodern sensibilities to help, accompany, and support individuals, couples, and families in recognizing and healing especially painful psychic wounds, and/or longstanding patterns of self-defeating relationships to self and others.