Daniel Brunner - Research Bibliography

Halle Pietists in England: Anthony William Boehm and the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge. Arbeiten zur Geschichte des Pietismus, vol. 29. Göttingen, Germany: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 1993.

Books

Introducing Evangelical Ecotheology: Foundations in Scripture, Theology, History, and Praxis. with Jennifer Butler, A. J. Swoboda, and Bill McKibben. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Academic, 2014. 

Scholarly Publications, Peer Reviewed

“Collaboration and Conflict in Europe Around the Early Tranquebar Mission,” The Covenant Quarterly 65, no.2 (May 2007), 3-15.

“Utilizing ‘Hybrid’ Effectively in Christian Higher Education,”Christian Scholars Review 36, no.2 (Winter 2007), 115-126.

“The Potential of the Hybrid Course Vis-à-vis Online and Traditional Courses,” Teaching Theology and Religion 9, no.4 (Oct 2006), 229-235.

“Anglican Perceptions of Lutheranism in Early Hanoverian England,”Lutheran Quarterly 20, no.1 (Spring 2006), 63-82.

“Theological Education and Hybrid Models of Distance Learning,” with Steve Delamarter, Theological Education 40, no.2 (2005), 145-61.

“Using Student Consultants to Re-envision Teaching Christian History and Theology,” Teaching Theology and Religion 8, no.3 (July 2005), 184-188.

Sermons Originally Published at Preaching Plus

“What Do You See When You Look Into the Manger?”

“Go in Mission and Evangelism to God’s World”

“Give Your Life to God’s Work: Stewardship”

“The Power of Everybody: Sold Out for Kids”

“Hunting Goodwill”

“Free for All”

“Miracles, Signs and Wonders”

“Spiritual Hunger in America”

“‘R-rated’ Media & ‘G-rated’ Values: Finding Common Ground”

“Money and What Matters: Finding Contentment”

“Becoming People of Character”

“The Future of Marriage”

“The Passion: A Theology of the Cross”

“Who is Jesus the Christ?”

“The Trinity”