JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser.

You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Click here for instructions on enabling javascript in your browser.

Cookie Consent
This site uses session cookies to personalise your browsing experience and to provide a secure shopping environment. We also use Google Analytics tracking cookies to provide data for the analysis of site traffic. Please click on the Accept button to accept cookies from this site.

For full details of the cookies that we use and your options for managing or refusing cookies, please visit our Cookie Policy page.

Every month we offer discounts on a number of selected titles. Please note that these discounts are offered only to customers ordering from us directly.

The Literary Construction of the Other in the Acts of the Apostles

The Literary Construction of the Other in the Acts of the Apostles:

Charismatics, the Jews, and Women

By Mitzi J. Smith

An analysis of the Acts of the Apostles showing how the text uses its characterisation of the Other to reinforce the self-identity of the earliest Christians.

Book of the Month
Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780227680223
£13.39 (was £15.75)
Offer ends 31 May 2018
The Acts of Paul

The Acts of Paul:

A New Translation with Introduction and Commentary

By Richard I. Pervo

An erudite commentary on the Acts of Paul, one of the most important of the Apocryphal Acts, including an improved translation of the text.

Special Offer
Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780227174616
£23.18 (was £25.75)
Offer ends 31 May 2018
Apostle Paul

Apostle Paul:

A Polite Bribe

By Robert Orlando

A rethinking of St Paul's role in shaping the emerging Christian religion, emphasising his human, political and material interactions with his contemporaries.

Special Offer
Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780227175101
£13.95 (was £15.50)
Offer ends 31 May 2018
Beyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul

Beyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul:

Reflections on the Work of Douglas Campbell

By Chris Tilling (editor)

A collection of extracts and essays developing the theological implications of Douglas Campbell's ground-breaking work in the field of Pauline studies.

Special Offer
Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780227174630
£23.18 (was £25.75)
Offer ends 31 May 2018