Religion & Philosophy
Adkins, Brent. (2012). Deleuze and Badiou on the nature of events. Philosophy Compass 7, 507-516.
Adkins, Brent. (2012). [Review] Place, commonality and judgment: Continental philosophy and the ancient Greeks, by Andrew Benjamin. Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 2012.02.27.
Adkins, Brent. (2013). Hegel and Deleuze: At the crossroads of philosophy and religion. In Jim Vernon and Karen Houle (Eds). Hegel and Deleuze: Together again for the first time (pp. 5-17). Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.
Adkins, Brent. (2014). Hegel’s influence on French post-structuralism. In Michael Baur (Ed.) In G.W.F. Hegel: Key concepts (pp. 222-33). New York: Routledge.
Adkins, Brent. (2015). Deleuze and Guattari’s a thousand plateaus: A critical introduction and guide. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Adkins, Brent. (2015). On the subject of Badiou: A Deleuzian critique. In Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 29 (3), 395-402.
Adkins, Brent. (2015). What is a literature of war? Kleist, Kant, and Nomadology. In Craig Lundy & Daniella Voss (Eds.), At the Edges of Thought: Deleuze and Post-Kantian Philosophy (pp. 105-22). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Adkins, Brent. (2016). A Deleuzian theory of religion. In Lindsay Powell-Jones and F. LeRon Shults (Eds.), Schizoanalyzing Religion. London: Bloomsbury.
Adkins, Brent. (2016). One or several wolves. In A Thousand Plateaus and Philosophy. Henry Somers-Hall (Ed.), Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Adkins, Brent. (Forthcoming). Ethics, morality & beyond: A guide to practical philosophy. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Adkins, Brent. & Hinlicky, Paul. (2013). Rethinking philosophy and theology with Deleuze: A new cartography. London: Bloomsbury.
Benne, Robert. (2015). Lutheran (paradoxical) view. In Amy E. Black & Stanley N. Gundry (Eds.), Five views on the Church and politics (pp. 59-82). Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.
D’Agati, Philip & Jordan, Holly A. (2016). The Model Arab League Manual: A Guide to Preparation and Performance. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.
Hinlicky, Paul R. (2012). The Bible and fascism. In Encyclopaedia of the Bible and Its Reception. Berlin & NY: DeGruyter.
Hinlicky, Paul R. (2012). Verbum externum: Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s Bethel confession. In R. Wüstenberg and J. Zimmermann (Eds.), God Speaks to Us, International Bonhoeffer Interpretations, 5 (pp.189-215). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
Hinlicky, Paul R. (2013). Before Auschwitz: What Christian Theology Must Learn from the Rise of Nazism. Eugene, OR: Cascade.
Hinlicky, Paul R. (2013). Irony of an epithet: The reversal of Luther’s enthusiasm in the Enlightenment. In Michel Barnes and Mickey L. Mattox (Eds.), A Man of the Church: Festschrift for Ralph Del Colle (pp. 9302-9315). Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock.
Hinlicky, P. R. (2013). Law, gospel and beloved community. In Preaching and Teaching the Law and Gospel of God (91-114). Delhi, NY: ALPB Books.
Hinlicky, P. R. (2013). The Reception of Luther in Pietism and the Enlightenment. In Kolb, R, I. Dingel, and L. Batka, (Eds.) Oxford Handbook to Martin Luther’s Theology (pp. 540-550). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Hinlicky, Paul R. (2014). Augustine, Luther and the Critique of the Sovereign Self. In Kirsi Stjerna and Deanna A. Thompson (Eds.) On the Apocalyptic and Human Agency: Conversations with Augustine of Hippo and Martin Luther (pp.81-92). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars.
Hinlicky, Paul R. (2014). Metaphorical truth and the language of Christian theology. In R. David Nelson, (Ed.), Indicative of Grace, Imperative of Freedom: Essays in Honor of Eberhard Jüngel in His 80th Year. (pp. 89-100). London and New York: Bloomsbury / T & T Clark.
Hinlicky, Paul R. (2015). Beloved Community: Critical Dogmatics after Christendom. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.
Hinlicky, Paul. R. (2015). Scripture as Matrix, Christ as Content. Chapter 14 in Piotr J. Malysz and Derek R. Nelson (Eds.), Luther Refracted: The Reformer's Ecumenical Legacy. (pp. 299-317). Minneapolis: Fortress Press.
Hinlicky, Paul R. & Adkins, Brent. (2013). Rethinking Philosophy and Theology with Deleuze: A New Cartography. London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic.
Jordan, Holly A. Black, poor, and Jewish: The ostracism of Ethiopian Jews in modern Israel. In Harald Bauder & Christian Matheis, (Eds). Migration Policy and Practice: Interventions and Solutions (pp. 175-190). New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
Jordan, Holly A. (2015). The impossible pit: Satan, hell, and teaching Doctor Who. Implicit Religion, 18(4).