An exploration of the role of fellowship meals in the ancient world and their significance to Paul's theology of the Lord's supper.
An analysis of how St Augustine's account of free will developed through his writings, showing the conceptual changes as his notions of predestination developed.
A discussion of the relationship between spirituality and mission in a world where spatial and temporal aspects of living have become increasingly constricted.
A rigorous examination of the epistemological issues raised by Scripture, and how a biblical approach to human knowledge compares with that of modern philosophy.
A revealing analysis of how a single saying of Jesus' was adapted and understood within the various theological traditions of the earliest Christians.
A study of the liturgical writings of the 18th-century Nonconformist minister Matthew Henry and their lessons for modern Christian worship.