An analysis of contemporary issues of rationality and knowledge in theology, offering an epistemology rooted in a Trinitarian view of God's action in the world.
A rigorous examination of the epistemological issues raised by Scripture, and how a biblical approach to human knowledge compares with that of modern philosophy.
A collection of articles and essays by the former Bishop of Durham exploring his approach to philosophy and theology and the relationship between them.
An illuminating critique of the theological basis of the philosopher John Hick's religious pluralism, in particular his views on traditional Christology.
One of the most important texts illuminating the complex relationship between theology and philosophy.
An erudite post-Hegelian exploration of the metaphysics of human desire and its significance for philosophical issues of difference and otherness.
An anthology of essays that explores the intriguing possibilities of theology in a context that transcends traditional metaphysical forms of discourse.
A profound study of the nature and basis of religious knowledge that offers a valuable critique of European philosophy from the standpoint of orthodox Calvinism.
Series: Library of Theological Translations
An exploration of the existentialist faith of the Spanish philosopher and writer Miguel de Unamuno, heavily influenced by the Kierkegaardian tradition.
A closely reasoned analysis of the works of Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite, demonstrating that they do not support an apophatic understanding of the divine.
An examination of the subtleties of Kierkegaard's understanding of philosophical truth by one of the twentieth century's leading Kierkegaard scholars. .
Series: The Paul L. Holmer Papers