October 19, 2004

shakespears's religiousShakespeare's Religious Allusiveness: Its Play and Tolerance

Maurice A. Hunt, chair and research professor of English, discusses Shakespeare's inclusion of Reformation Protestant and Roman Catholic motifs in his work and what this reveals about the playwright's spiritual interest and knowledge.
Ashgate Publishing, 2004 -- 148 pp.

journeys around chinaJourneys Around China

J.R. LeMaster, professor of English, presents detailed poetry based on his experiences while living in China for two years. Poems are printed in Chinese and English.
China Youth Press, 2004 -- 143 pp.

westminster handbookThe Westminster Handbook to Evangelical Theology

Roger E. Olson, professor of theology at George W. Truett Theological Seminary, offers an encyclopedia of evangelical Christian thought plus a 60-page essay on evangelical theology.
Westminster John Knox Press, 2004 -- 328 pp.

centennial historyA Centennial History of Baylor Round Table

Lois E. Myers, senior lecturer in the Institute of Oral History, has completed half of a two-part history of Baylor's oldest women's organization in the year of its 100th anniversary. The first part of the book, "The Golden Mirror," written by Claude Eager Johnson, former Round Table historian, was published in 1954 and covered the first 50 years of the club. Myers' addition, "Embracing the Past," chronicles the next five decades and is published with Johnson's section.
Baylor Round Table, 2004 -- 145 pp.

Augustine confessionsEncounters with God in Augustine's Confessions: Books 7-9

Carl G. Vaught, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, asserts that Augustine is a definitively Christian thinker in his analysis of the middle section of Confessions. Encounters explores three significant moments of Augustine's young adult life in particular. It is the second in a three-volume series.
State University of New York Press, 2004 -- 175 pp.

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