A study of the theological and ethical significance of the body, creatively bringing into dialogue the writings of Karol Wojtyla and Emmanuel Levinas.
Shedding new light on often neglected areas, this study of leading literary figures explores the complex interplay between faith and doubt in English literature.
An erudite and considered defence of the classical approach to theology within the Reformed tradition, in the light of recent postmodernist alternatives.
An exploration of the relationship between psychoanalysis and religion, and how belief influenced the psychoanalyst and Congregationalist minister Harry Guntrip.
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 comprehensive investigation into the relationship between David and Saul's heirs, revealing David as morally problematic in his dealings with the Saulides.
An analysis of the scriptural roots of Paul's Epistle to the Romans, showing the Old Testament roots of his view of God as Father and Christ as Obedient Son.
A new translation of an important document of the German Reformation, a collection of pamphlets by the former Franciscan Johann Eberlin von Günzburg.
A theological discourse on the displacement of indigenous peoples, encouraging theological dialogue open to the voices and experience of the dispossessed.
An essay on the theology of the sacraments of baptism and the Lord's Supper, interpreting them as symbolic events that represent the renewing action of God.
A diverse and enlightening selection of essays celebrating the richness of scholarship in contemporary North American Apocrypha studies.
An examination of the development of Roman Catholic and Anglican female religious orders in nineteenth-century Britain, and the prejudices that they encountered.