A study of how the Swedish Church influenced the emergence of Swedish social democracy, focussing on the work of preacher and politician Paul Peter Waldenström.
Available in English for the first time, this influential work on the doctrine of the Trinity offers fascinating insights into the medieval Augustinian tradition.
An insightful exercise in theological aesthetics, exploring how Beauty came to be appropriated as a name for God in the Christian theological tradition.
An inter-disciplinary study of Christian ideals of kingship in the works of the Oxford 'Inklings', showing links between their beliefs and literary endeavours.
An examination of the Masoretic Text of Daniel, using intertextuality and canon criticism to explore its interconnections with other sources.
An analysis of the concept of freedom in the thought of three German philosophers, revealing insights that challenge modern conventions.
gospels, including the Infancy Gospels and the gospels of the Gnostics.
Volume I of the authoritative edition of non-canonical New Testament writings, covering the non-Gospel writings including those on the Apostles and Apocalypse.
A study of the links between the ministries of Jesus and Paul, revealing thematic family resemblances shedding light on Paul's indebtedness to Jesus' teachings.
A study of the apostle to the Gentiles, combining exceptional scholarship with an approach that interprets Paul's theology in the light of his Jewish background.
Series: Library of Theological Translations