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All Things New

All Things New:

The Trinitarian Nature of the Human Calling in Maximus the Confessor and Jürgen Moltmann

By Brock Bingaman

A comparative study of the writings of Maximus the Confessor and Jürgen Moltmann, revealing how their understanding of the human being is underpinned by their Trinitarian and Christological theologies.

ePub eBook
ISBN: 9780227904220
£10.88 + VAT

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227904206
£14.50 + VAT
Allegorizing History

Allegorizing History:

The Venerable Bede, Figural Exegesis and Historical Theory

By Timothy J. Furry

A discourse on the interplay between historiography and theology, examining the dual role of the Venerable Bede as both historian and theologian and the lessons to be learned for a Christian understanding of history.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227902165
£16.50 + VAT
Ancient Apologetic Exegesis

Ancient Apologetic Exegesis:

Introducing and Recovering Theophilus's World

By Stuart E. Parsons

An astute and original study of the exegetical methodologies of Theophilus of Antioch, showing how modern studies have often misunderstood the apologists of the 2nd century Church.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227904848
£16.50 + VAT
Apostates, Hybrids, or True Jews?

Apostates, Hybrids, or True Jews?:

Jewish Christians and Jewish Identity in Eastern Europe, 1860–1914

By Raymond Lillevik

Through the lives of three Jewish believers in the messiahship of Jesus, this book explores the ambiguities and complexities of religious and communal identity amongst Eastern European Jews in the late 19th century.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227903780
£24.75 + VAT
Apostle Paul

Apostle Paul:

A Polite Bribe

By Robert Orlando

A carefully researched rethinking of the life of St Paul and his role in shaping the emerging Christian religion, with a strong emphasis on the human, political and material interactions of the apostle and his contemporaries.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227904053
£12.00 + VAT
Apostolic and Prophetic

Apostolic and Prophetic:

Ecclesiological Perspectives

By Gesa Elsbeth Thiessen

A critical study of the concept of apostolicity emerging in patristic theology, and its significance in modern ecumenism.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227900925
£17.00 + VAT
Aquinas on Israel and the Church

Aquinas on Israel and the Church:

The Question of Supersessionism in the Theology of Thomas Aquinas

By Matthew A. Tapie

A subtle and insightful teasing out of Aquinas's thoughts on the relationship between Judaism and the Church, showing his views to have been richer and more ambiguous than many of his interpreters have allowed.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227903964
£13.50 + VAT
As It Was in the Beginning

As It Was in the Beginning:

An Intertextual Analysis of New Creation in Galatians, 2 Corinthians, and Ephesians

By Mark D. Owens

A new study of the concept of "new creation" in the Epistles of St Paul, setting it in the framework of Paul's understanding of the "new exodus" theme in Isaiah.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227905593
£15.00 + VAT
Asian Contextual Theology for the Third Millennium

Asian Contextual Theology for the Third Millennium:

Theology of Minjung in Fourth-Eye Formation

By Paul S. Chung, Veli Matti Karkkainen and Kim Kyoung-Jae (editors)

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

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227902998
£26.00 + VAT
Atonement for a Sinless Society

Atonement for a Sinless Society:

Second Edition

By Alan Mann

A fresh and 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 much of its power.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227905425
£11.50 + VAT
Atonement Theories

Atonement Theories:

A Way through the Maze

By Ben Pugh

An up-to-date and highly illuminating guide to how the atonement of Christ has been understood and interpreted by theologians over the centuries.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227903858
£17.00 + VAT
Attending to the Wounds on Christ's Body

Attending to the Wounds on Christ's Body:

Teresa's Scriptural Vision

By Elizabeth Newman

A study of the spiritual and scriptural journey of St Teresa of Ávila, showing how the lives and work of the saints can provide the theological and ecclesial resources to heal the wounds of disunity in the modern church.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227901694
£16.50 + VAT
Authentic Cosmopolitanism

Authentic Cosmopolitanism:

Love, Sin, and Grace in the Christian University

By R.J. Snell and Steven D. Cone

An exploration of the moral and theological underpinings of Christian higher education, in which the mission of the university is seen as developing an authentic mode of living based on love.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227901809
£14.50 + VAT
Balthasar Hubmaier and the Clarity of Scripture

Balthasar Hubmaier and the Clarity of Scripture:

A Critical Reformation Issue

By Graeme R. Chatfield

A detailed study of the thought of the 16th century Anabaptist theologian Balthasar Hubmaier, particularly his work on the key Reformation doctrine of the clarity and accessibility of the Scriptures.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227901823
£24.75 + VAT
Becoming Simple and Wise

Becoming Simple and Wise:

Moral Discernment in Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Vision of Christian Ethics

By Joshua A. Kaiser

A study of complex issue of moral discernment in the Christian life, arguing that the necessary balance between faith and reason is exemplified in the moral theology of the great German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227905180
£12.25 + VAT
Being Human, Becoming Human

Being Human, Becoming Human:

Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Social Thought

By Jens Zimmermann and Brian Gregor (editors)

A selection of essays exploring the thematic richness and modern relevance of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's theology of human sociality.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227900260
£17.00 + VAT
Believing Thinking, Bounded Theology

Believing Thinking, Bounded Theology:

The Theological Methodology of Emil Brunner

By Cynthia Bennett Brown

A study of the theological method of Swiss neo-orthodox theologian Emil Brunner, reaffirming his significance as one of the great contributors to 20th century Protestant thought.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227905500
£11.50 + VAT
Between Kin and Cosmopolis

Between Kin and Cosmopolis:

An Ethic of the Nation

By Nigel Biggar

A challenging theological study of modern nationalism and the nation-state, evaluated from the viewpoint of Christian ethics.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227902820
£14.50 + VAT
Between Vision and Obedience – Rethinking Theological Epistemology

Between Vision and Obedience – Rethinking Theological Epistemology:

Theological Reflections on Rationality and Agency with Special Reference to Paul Ricoeur and G.W.F. Hegel

By George Ille

An analysis of contemporary issues of rationality and knowledge in theology, offering an epistemology rooted in a Trinitarian understanding of God's action in and towards the world.

PDF eBook
ISBN: 9780227902189
£22.25 + VAT
Dynamic Oneness
Dynamic Oneness (PB)
By Suzanne Nicholson
£24.25 £21.83
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