A critique of the failure of classical theism to develop a doctrine of God that gives due emphasis to divine immanence and the nature of the Holy Spirit.
An insightful study of Paul's commitment to peace and non-violence, exploring the personal, theological and political aspects of his thought.
An insightful reassessment of the great 9th century scholar John Scottus Eriugena, setting out the deeply Christocentric vision at the heart of his theology.
This challenging book with two main themes: the substitution of dialogue for the 'mission to the Jews', and the communion of Jews and Christians in the Messiah.
A comprehensive study of the theology of the German theologian Klaus Bockmuehl, covering his concern with the role of the Holy Spirit in Christian ethical life.
A critique of the Aramaic Hypothesis that has dominated historical Jesus studies, suggesting that the language Jesus and his followers spoke was Greek.
A challenge to traditional methods and assumptions of biblical translation, showing how Relevance Theory can provide an alternative hermeneutical approach.
A study of the rhetorical techniques employed by the passion narrative in the Gospel of Luke, and the light they shed on Luke's themes and narrative sources.
A biblically informed study of the nature of the Atonement, focussing on the ultimate purpose of Christ's redemptive sacrifice – ushering in a covenant of peace.