Essays introducing the reader to contemporary academic ecclesiology, revealing the thematic diversity and methodological richness of the modern discipline.
A comparative study of the way in which two great theologians, one medieval and one modern, view the Christian doctrine of Revelation.
A study of how Milton's literary work reflects a more complex conception of liberty than is often supposed, seeking an inward, spiritual understanding of freedom.
Essays on the practices of the early church by a leading scholar, focussing on aspects of ministry, ordination and the emergence of the canon.
Further essays on the practices of the early church by a leading scholar, covering issues including baptism, the Kingdom of God and attitudes towards martyrdom.
A selection of essays on how an understanding of the economics of 1st-century Galilee sheds light on the historical Jesus and the development of Christianity.
First of two volumes of essays on deification, the process of becoming like God, discussing the biblical and theological development of the concept.
Volume I of a work on the Christological beliefs of the first Christians, in which a monotheistic view of Jesus's divinity is traced back to early Jewish roots.
An in-depth analysis and exploration of the writings of the theologian T.F. Torrance, articulating a theology of culture that places the Trinity at its heart.
An examination of the role of women in Luke-Acts, their significance in Luke's narrative of salvation, and the theology implicit in their portrayal.
An analysis of the theological principles underlying and unifying the work of the early Methodist John William Fletcher.