An absorbing and accessible account, aimed at the general reader, of the effects of disease and pandemics on human history, from the ancient to the modern world.
A new and revised edition of what has become the standard work on the history of the Anglo-Catholic movement.
An authoritative anthology of texts from 17th-century Anglican authors, illustrating the doctrine and discipline of the Church of England of the age.
An investigation into the influence of Western culture on religious faith, pointing the way towards a more authentic form of faith as a way of life.
A collection of essays exploring the development of the Asian theology of minjung, and its role and influence in global Christian thinking.
Series: 50 Key Words Series
A collection of essays exploring the theme of universal salvation within Christian thought, from the Church Fathers to the present day.
A discussion of how the links between the stories of Adam and of the people of Israel explain otherwise perplexing features of the Eden narrative.
A critical study of the concept of apostolicity emerging in patristic theology, and its significance in modern ecumenism.
An authoritative and ground-breaking biography of the 8th-century theologian and statesman Alcuin of York, revealing his importance for the period.
A study of the spiritual and scriptural journey of Teresa of Avila, offering theological and ecclesial resources to heal disunity in the modern church.
An insightful and rigorous study of the theology of Alcuin of York, showing his importance in the development of the early medieval Church.
An exploration of context and translation for a key passage in the narrative of Jacob utilising relevance theory and insights from Ethiopian culture.
A comprehensive bibliography of sources and material relating to the 8th-century theologian and statesman Alcuin of York.