An introduction to and translation of the 'The Odes of Solomon', one of the earliest collections of Christian and proto-Christian odes and hymns.
A thorough and scholarly study of the early history of the Christian Church in North Africa, newly translated into English.
Essays on the practices of the early church by a leading scholar, focussing on aspects of ministry, ordination and the emergence of the canon.
Further essays on the practices of the early church by a leading scholar, covering issues including baptism, the Kingdom of God and attitudes towards martyrdom.
A major study of 18th-century English evangelicalism, showing the differences between Anglican evangelicalism and the Methodistism of the Wesleys and Whitefield.
Series: Library of Ecclesiastical History
A revealing study of a neglected episode in American religious history, exploring the commitment to racial unity in the early years of Oneness Pentecostalistism.
A study of 1 Peter, showing how the model of the Church, based on participation in Christ's atoning suffering, is influenced by the Old Testament.
Essays introducing the reader to contemporary academic ecclesiology, revealing the thematic diversity and methodological richness of the modern discipline.
A festschrift exploring the work of the American theologian M. Douglas Meeks, in particular the socio-economic dimensions of the Christian hope of salvation.
A critical study of Karl Barth's theology of election and atonement that adapts his own methodology to identify and correct the flaws in his exegetical approach.