A challenging view of how church divisions have driven the emergence of competing approaches to biblical interpretation, modelled on 19th-century Anglican debate.
An exploration of the motifs of death and resurrection in the Acts of the Apostles, and its theological and sociological role in the Lukan narrative.
A carefully researched analysis of how the early church developed a distinctively Christian understanding of death, synthesising pagan and scriptural ideas.
A biblically informed study of the nature of the Atonement, focussing on the ultimate purpose of Christ's redemptive sacrifice – ushering in a covenant of peace.
An analysis of the ecological and theological dimensions of the economic world order, requiring rethinking of conceptions of life and death, wealth and work.
An insightful study of how Protestantism developed an over-conceptualised image of God, neglecting the physical aspects of Christian understanding and worship.
An argument that traditional understandings of God's agency have complicated theology's rapprochement with science, and the merits of a post-Augustinian approach.
An erudite post-Hegelian exploration of the metaphysics of human desire and its significance for philosophical issues of difference and otherness.
Engaging with a competing and diverse range of thinkers and methodo;ogies, this study offers a new approach informed by Pentecostal and Evangelical traditions.
A critique of Joseph Ratzinger's opposition to religious pluralism, showing how it fails to engage with the experience of the church in Asia.