A diverse collection of essays exploring the German theologian Karl Barth's contribution to the theology of the Trinity.
An analysis uniting social theory with Barth's moral theology, emphasising how Christian moral thought is primarily a matter of witness to God's grace.
A collection of essays from a prominent Pauline scholar, showing how Paul's eschatology was central to his understanding of his mission.
An enlightening examination of how the pre-eminent 19th century theologian Friedrich Schleiermacher arrived at his position of universal salvation.
A detailed examination of the Christological traditions which led to the use of names for Jesus long embedded in the life of Judaism and the early Church.
Series: Library of Theological Translations
A catalogue of the first 239 Ethiopic manuscripts digitised by the Ethiopic Manuscript Imaging Project, with full descriptions of contents and illuminations.
Series: Ethiopic Manuscripts, Texts, and Studies
The first full-scale study of the mysticism and piety of the the Alumbrados or 'Illuminated Ones', and their suppression as heretics by the Spanish Inquisition.
Essays illuminating the broader issues of church and gender in the context of England's Industrial Revolution through the study of a single Shropshire parish.
An exploration of the nature of the Eucharist, bringing theological and literary resources to bear on the paradoxical role of the central Christian sacrament.
A collection of essays exploring the ways in which Psalm 29 has been used and understood in both the Jewish and Christian traditions throughout the ages.
An exploration of context and translation for a key passage in the narrative of Jacob utilising relevance theory and insights from Ethiopian culture.