A collection of essays exploring the theme of universal salvation within Christian thought, from the Church Fathers to the present day.
A critical study of erroneous modern theological thinking, offering an alternative understanding rooted in scripture and the insights of Aquinas and Barth.
A challenging and original argument that the arts, and poetry in particular, offer an under-explored medium for developing and communicating theological insights.
Essays on the ideas and history of the great Zodiac of Glastonbury, weaving sources from religion, myth and history into a complex and fascinating story.
An account of the author's discovery of prehistoric man-made ground patterns in the Glastonbury area and their zodiacal significance.
An engaging exploration of how the Christian doctrine of atonement can be made relevant to a modern culture in which the idea of 'sin' has lost its power.
A fascinating commentary on the books fromJoshua to 2 Kings, emphasising their strengths as narrative literature and their significance for the modern world.
An authoritative treatment of the doctrine of baptism in the context of justification and grace, while retaining sight of the essential Biblical background.
Series: Library of Theological Translations
A re-examination of the differences in thought between John Locke and John Toland on the question of faith and reason.
A new interpretation of the meaning and purpose of the Epistle to the Hebrews, employing that branc of social psychology known as social identity theory.
A study of the biblical account of Jesus's conception, emphasising the context of social conceptions of honour and shame then prevalent.