“Jesus Our Salvation: An Introduction to Christology is a concise and cogent presentation of the theological study of Jesus Christ in the Catholic tradition. I found it to be the perfect text for undergraduate seminary studies.”
Br. Elias Zaczkiewicz O.S.B.
Instructor of Theology
Conception Seminary College
“At last, a responsible and interesting new volume on Paul’s letters for students! I whole-heartedly recommend it.”
Clare K. Rothschild
Scripture Studies, Lewis University, IL
"Thank God for unruly women like Verena Wright and for her positive and stimulating book. Parishes could well skip sermons on Sundays from time to time and read out chunks of it instead."
"This book engages college students on many levels. It explores philosophical and theological principles in Christian ethics and applies them to topics such as the economy, the death penalty, war and military activity, medical issues, and sexual ethics. The principles of Catholic Social Teaching provide a solid foundation for each topic. This well-researched and well-written book challenges students to grapple with the Catholic Church’s perspective and their own stances."
Dr. Elizabeth Willems, SSND
SSND, instructor of religious studies
Loyola University New Orleans
"Sr. Marielle Frigge's book is an excellent introduction to the study of the Bible. She presupposes nothing, but conveys a great deal. No matter what the students' backgrounds, this introductory text will speak to them all. The glossaries, maps, charts, and other visuals are very helpful. Students and readers who work through her book will have a solid foundation in modern biblical studies."
Fr. Hugh Feiss, OSB, STD
Coordinator, Benedictine Distance Learning
"Celia Deane-Drummond's new book provides a wonderful resource for those who are new to ecological theology as well as for those who have been long involved. She maps the field in a way that is accessible and user-friendly. Her approach is critical, intelligent, and learned, the fruit of her grounding in science as well as in theology, and of love for creation as well as her strong commitment to the Christian tradition."
The Rev. Dr. Denis Edwards
University of Flinders, Australia
"This is a fine text: very thorough and readable. The author has a wonderful
grasp of history, and conveys it with ease to students."
Brennan Hill, PhD
Xavier University, Ohio
"Mari Rapela Heidt has produced an invaluable introductory religious ethics text for the millennial generation of students. In language that is relevant to this newest generation of students, a generation marked by the economic and cultural effects of globalization, Rapela Heidt provides a multiple-method approach to understanding the many world religions, and “lived examples” of a contemporary ethical issue addressed by each tradition. It will be a useful tool in introducing students to the complex world of religious ethics in the contemporary era."
Whitney A. Bauman
Assistant Professor of Religion and Science
Florida International University, Miami
"Among study Bibles, the Anselm Academic Study Bible stands out for its excellent translation and notes (New American Bible Revised Edition), fresh introductions to the biblical books, and articles on important and neglected topics such as the social context of the Bible, the Christian Bible and Jews, and contextual and transformative interpretation. Expertly edited and amply illustrated, the volume is a most welcome resource for students and interested adults.
Richard J. Clifford, S.J.
School of Theology and Ministry
"The author asks practical questions, and answers them with considerable intelligence and careful scholarship. The subject matter is important yet is seldom grasped with the depth one finds in this volume."
John Haughey, SJ, research fellow
Woodstock Theological Center at Georgetown University
author of Where Is Knowing Going? (Georgetown University Press, 2009)