Employing New Testament exegesis and historical and theological analysis, this is an astute study of the Lord's Supper as a political act against Roman dominion.
An exercise in the history of theology, showing how social, political and cultural change in the 19th century influenced three major theological centres.
An intriguing analysis of how the early Eastern Church dealt with the theological and social implications of debt and usury.
A thoughtful historical study of the origins and subsequent role of systematics in theological discourse, from the time of Church Fathers to the modern era.
A detailed examination of the Christological traditions which led to the use of names for Jesus long embedded in the life of Judaism and the early Church.
Series: Library of Theological Translations
Concentrating on the development of the ascetic tradition in Christianity, this book provides a justification for the centrality of worship in Christian life.
A comprehensive account of the development and diversity of ecclesiological thought during the Reformation in the sixteenth-century.