An intriguing new study of the significance of angels and their depiction in scriptural narratives and the writings of theologians.
An authoritative anthology of texts from 17th-century Anglican authors, illustrating the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England of the age.
A study of the ambiguities of communal identity among 19th-century Eastern European Jews, through the lives of three believers in the messiahship of Jesus.
A critical study of the concept of apostolicity emerging in patristic theology, and its significance in modern ecumenism.
A subtle teasing out of Aquinas's thoughts on the relationship between Judaism and the Church, showing the wealth and ambiguity of his ideas.
A collection of essays exploring the development of the Asian theology of minjung, and its role and influence in global Christian thinking.
Series: 50 Key Words Series
An engaging exploration of how the Christian doctrine of atonement can be made relevant to a modern culture in which the idea of 'sin' has lost its power.
An up-to-date and highly illuminating guide to how the atonement of Christ has been understood and interpreted by theologians over the centuries.
A study of the spiritual and scriptural journey of Teresa of Avila, offering theological and ecclesial resources to heal disunity in the modern church.
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 study of the 16th-century Anabaptist theologian Balthasar Hubmaier, particularly his work on the key doctrine of the accessibility of the Scriptures.