An exploration of the underpinings of Christian higher education, in which the mission of the university can develop an authentic mode of living based on love.
A fascinating account of the life and aspirations of the Bantu churches of South Africa and of their leaders.
Essays exploring the issues of change and reform in the modern Scandinavian churches, and the attendant challenges to church leadership and organisation.
This challenging book with two main themes: the substitution of dialogue for the 'mission to the Jews', and the communion of Jews and Christians in the Messiah.
The only academic study of the Jehovah's Witness movement, focussing on its views on Biblical prophecy and the end of the world.
A comprehensive selection of readings from Durkheim's writings on religion, providing a summary of his work and overview of the development of his thinking.
A selection of the most important writings of the great French sociologist on ethics and education, including many pieces previously unavailable in English.
A single resource containing all three of W.S.F. Pickering's classic guides to the thought and writings of the great French sociologist Émile Durkheim.
The definitive guide to the French sociologist's theories on religion, which helped establish sociology of religion as a discipline.
An inter-disciplinary study of Christian ideals of kingship in the works of the Oxford 'Inklings', showing links between their beliefs and literary endeavours.
A study of then poetics of Donne's secular and religious poetry in the context of 17th-century theories of representation and reception.