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Ackley-Bean, Heather Ann. Women, Music and Faith in Central Appalachia. Lewiston New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2001.
Ackley, Heather Ann. Created Male and Female: A Christian Theology of Gender and Personhood. Co-authors Kay Smith, Sally Bruyneel, Alan Padgett. Baker Books, 2005.
Allbaugh, T. (2009). Review of S.J. Nichols' Jesus Made in America: A Cultural History from the Puritans to the Passion of the Christ. Christianity and Literature, 161-164.
Brown, K.C. (10/8/06). Back to School: The Black Church's Response to Educational Crisis. ACC News.
Brown, K.C. (10/15/06). Back to School: The Black Church's Response to Educational Crisis. ACC News.
Brown, K.C. (10/22/06). Back to School: The Black Church's Response to Educational Crisis. ACC News.
Brownlee, M. and Tolbert, L. (2008). The African American Church and Its Role in Nurturing the Spiritual Development of Children. Nurturing Children's Spirituality: Christian Perspectives and Best Practices, 320-38.
Gallagher, Robert L. and Hertig, Paul, eds. Mission in Acts: Ancient Narratives in Contemporary Context (Maryknoll, New York: Orbis, 2004).
Hertig, Paul. Matthew’s Narrative Use of Galilee in the Multicultural and Missiological Journeys of Jesus (Mellen Biblical Press, 1998).
Hertig, Paul. “Dynamics in Hellenism and the Immigrant Congregation,” in Mission in Acts: Ancient Narratives in Contemporary Context (Maryknoll, New York: Orbis, 2004), 73-86.
Hertig. Paul. “The Magical Mystery Tour: Philip Enconters Magic and Materialism in Samaria,” in Mission in Acts: Ancient Narratives in Contemporary Context (Maryknoll, New York: Orbis, 2004), 103-113.
Hertig, Paul. “The Multi-ethnic Journeys of Jesus in Matthew: Margin-Center Dynamics,” Missiology: An International Review, vol. 26 (January 1998), 23-35.
Hertig, Young Lee. Cultural Tug of War: The Korean Immigrant Family and Church in Transition, Abingdon Press, November 2001.
Hertig, Young Lee. “Cross-cultural Mediation: From Exclusion to Inclusion,” In Mission In Acts: Ancient Narratives for a Postmodern Context. Robert Gallagher and Paul Hertig, eds., Maryknoll, New York: Orbis, 2004, pp. 59-72.
Hertig, Young Lee. “The Immigrant Church and the Naked Public Square,” In America of Our Hearts, Fumitaka Mazuoka, and Eleazar Fernandez, eds., Chalice Press, 2003.
Hertig, Young Lee. “Ethnic Implications for Christian Education,” Baker Dictionary of Christian Education, 2001, Baker Book House, pp. 260-61.
Hertig, Young Lee. “Asian-American Women in the Workplace and the Church,” In People on the Way: Asian North Americans Discovering Christ, Culture, and Community. David Ng, ed. Judson Press: Valley Forge, 1996.
Muthiah, R. (2009). Racism. Navigators Dictionary of Everyday Theology. Colorado Springs, CO: NavPress.
Oropeza, B. J. “Feminism and Appropriate Roles for Women: Women in Ministry,” July, 2002.
Sanchez Walsh, A.M. (2010). Jesus in the Hispanic Community: Pentecostalism. Jesus in the Hispanic Community: Christology from the Margins. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press.
Smith, Kathryn. “Reframing Difference: Evangelicals, Scripture, and the Jews.” In After the Passion Is Gone: American Religious Consequences. Ed. J. Shawn Landres and Michael Berenbaum. Lanham, Maryland: Altamira Press, Forthcoming, 2004.
Smith, Kathryn. “A Biblical Theology of Gender.” In Created Male and Female: A Christian Theology of Gender. Ed. Heather Ackley, Sally Bruyneel-Padgett, Alan Padgett, and Kathryn J. S. Smith. Grand Rapids: Baker, Forthcoming, 2004.
Smith, K.J. (2008). From Evangelical Tolerance to Imperial Prejudice? Teaching Postcolonial Biblical Studies in a Westernized, Confessional Setting. Christian Scholar's Review, 37, 447-464.
Strother, S. (8/26/08). The Chinese at Worship. Christian Century, 125, (17), 10-11.
Sumner, Sarah. Men and Women in the Church: Building Consensus on Christian Leadership, (Downers Grove, Illinois: IVP, 2003)
Tangenberg, K. (2007). Culture, Social Relationships, and Self-Perceptions of Pentecostal Women. International Social Work, 50 (2), 229-42.
Tangenberg, K. (2007). Pentecostalism and Women: Cross-National Perspectives and Implications for Social Work. Christianity and Social Work, 34 (2), 187-206.
Walsh, A.S. (2006). Latino Pentecostals. Latino/a Theologies. Chalice Press.
Walsh, A.S. (April 2008). A History of Separation. Sojourners, 37 (4), 16-18, 20-21.
Waters, Kenneth. Afrocentric Sermons: The Beauty of Blackness in the Bible. Valley Forge: Judson Press, 1993.
Waters, Kenneth. “Liturgy, Spirituality, and Polemic in the Hymnody of Richard Allen.” The North Star: A Journal of African American Religious History 2/2 (Spring 1999). On-line. Reprinted in The A.M.E. Church Review 119/389 (January-March 2003): 25-37.
Winslow, Karen. (Spring, 2005). “Ethnicity, Exogamy, and Zipporah,” Women in Judaism: Multidisciplinary Journal (University of Toronto).
Wong, Mary Shepard. (2001). “Reflections on the Role of the Western Evangelicals in China.” Evangelical Missions Quarterly, July.
Yoon, C. (2009). The Role of Korean Churches in Helping Second Generation Koreans Find an Identity. The Journal of Immigrant Theology, 1, 390-99.