An introduction to the thought and writings of the Franciscan theologian St Bonaventure, through his insightful commentary on the Gospel of St Luke.
A study of the development of the Calvinistic Baptist movement during the English Commonwealth, and the Christological ecclesiology that it espoused.
A collection of essays that seek to advance the dialogue between evangelical theologians and the legacy of Karl Barth.
A critical study of the evidence for literary borrowing in the Synoptic Gospels, showing that oral tradition may also account for verbal agreement.
A new translation of Jacques Ellul's classic work, setting out a radical Christian response to the forces of technology and modernity.
The first of three volumes exploring the development of the concepts of sin, grace and free will in Christian theology, beginning with the Church Fathers.
An exploration of St Augustine's insights into human desire and happiness, as revealed by his earliest theological writings.
A collection of essays exploring the concept of purity in the Old and New Testaments and in the theological traditions of the Christian churches.
An exploration of the applicability of semiotics to the theological and cultural challenges involved in spreading the gospel in an African context.
The third in a four-volume series exploring belief in the Evil Eye and the practices associated with it amongst the cultures of the Biblical world.
An examination of Christian public theology in a global context, offering a fresh approach that engages fully with the new postcolonial realities.
A discussion of the challenges of liberation theology and religious pluralism, in dialogue with two leading Third World theologians.
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.