Brunner's Gifford Lectures, presenting the Christian faith as the foundation of Western culture and the indispensable bulwark against totalitarianism.
A thought-provoking series of essays by African scholars examining the theological and pastoral necessity of a distinctively African Christianity.
An analysis of Karl Barth's early writings, showing how the doctrine of sanctification affected his understanding of the transforming role of God in human life.
A treatise on the radical theology of salvation of T.B. and J.B. Torrance, expanding upon their themes and offering a reply to their critics.
A penetrating critique of Gunton's analysis of Augustine, illuminating Augustine's insight into the relationship between creation and redemption.
A selection of writings by the American theologian and Kierkegaard scholar Paul L. Holmer, united around the themes of communication, liturgy and the ministry.
Series: The Paul L. Holmer Papers
An insightful study of the role of the doctrine of salvation in the thought of the Scottish theologian T.F. Torrance, developing his Trinitarian soteriology.
A Festschrift for the British New Testament scholar Andrew T. Lincoln, elaborating his major interests, such as the reception of biblical texts.
One of the most important texts illuminating the complex relationship between theology and philosophy.
A wide-ranging examination of what it means to confess the Christian faith, addressing issues of tolerance and Dissent in historical and modern contexts.
One of the classic texts of moral theology, it deals with crucial moral problems and offers arguments drawn from religion and the religious community.
A new study of two New England preachers often portrayed as radical thinkers, revealing a traditionalist side to their theological and political beliefs.