An analysis of the portrayal of space and geography in Mark's Gospel, and the Kingdom of God as an alternative social space centred on the person of Jesus.
An original introduction to the theology and spirituality of the Orthodox Church through the imagery of its iconographic traditions.
An important biographical study of one of the major figures of post-war Anglicanism, and his role in the modernisation of the Church of England.
A treatise, combining classical theology and postmodern existentialist thought, on the gift of existence as the heart of the relation between God and creation.
A timely treatise on how Christian hospitality can be practiced in a global alienated world, developing a theology of self and community open to the 'Other'.
Essays by a pre-eminent Old Testament scholar emphasising the biblical the material life and its implications for social, political and economic issues.
An insightful exercise in theological aesthetics, exploring how Beauty came to be appropriated as a name for God in the Christian theological tradition.
A leading evangelical theologian describes the relationship between God and his Universe, and urges a return to a biblical understanding of a truly personal God.
A classic work of ecclesiological theology by a leading Russian theologians of the late 19th-century.