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'''Wipf and Stock''' is a publishing house located in [[Eugene, Oregon]]. They publish works in theology, biblical studies, history<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P3-1667651941.html|title= Wipf and Stock Academic Reprints in Old English Studies|date=1 April 2005|work=Old English Newsletter {{Subscription required|via=[[HighBeam Research]]}}|accessdate=13 September 2012}}</ref> and philosophy.<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-92985279.html|title=Partners go for bookish change|last=Russo|first=Ed|date=15 October 2002|work=The Register Guard {{Subscription required|via=[[HighBeam Research]]}}|accessdate=13 September 2012}}</ref>
Wipf and Stock was established in 1995 following a joint venture between John Wipf of the Archives Bookshop in [[Pasadena, California]], and Jon Stock of Windows Booksellers in Eugene, Oregon. The company publishes new works and reprints under the imprints Wipf & Stock, Cascade Books,<ref>{{cite news|url=http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-283766512.html|title=Eugene rabbi offers a modern rendering of Moses|last=Bjordstad|first=Randi|date=18 March 2012|work=The Register Guard {{Subscription required|via=[[HighBeam Research]]}}|accessdate=13 September 2012}}</ref> Pickwick Publications and Resource Publications.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://wipfandstock.com/about_us/our_historyour-story|title=HistoryOur Story}}</ref>
The publishing focus of Wipf & Stock is broad, with books in biblical studies, theology, ethics, church history, linguistics, history, classics, philosophy, preaching, and church ministry. The authors are many and have differing backgrounds, they include [[John Howard Yoder]] an American [[Mennonite]] theologian, [[Michael A. Milton]] an ordained minister in the [[Presbyterian Church in America|Presbyterian Church]], Chancellor and chief executive officer of [[Reformed Theological Seminary]] (RTS), a professor, a writer, and a musician.<ref name="PCA Stated Clerk Records: 1993-1994">{{cite journal|journal=PCA Historical Center|title=Heartland Presbytery (PCA) | url=http://www.pcahistory.org/findingaids/presbyteriesAM/heartland.html|accessdate=March 17, 2012}}</ref><ref name=Bio>{{cite web|publisher=Reformed Theological Seminary | title=Chancellor's Biography |url=http://www.rts.edu/Chancellor/bio.aspx?id=522| accessdate=2012-03-04}}</ref> and [[Paul Poulton]] a British singer-songwriter and writer.