An inter-disciplinary study of Christian ideals of kingship in the works of the Oxford 'Inklings', showing links between their beliefs and literary endeavours.
A penetrating study of how Calvin's anthropological understanding of Christian identity informed and underpinned his doctrine of the church.
A study of the Epistle to the Romans, suggesting that outstanding problems of interpretation are solved if Paul's interlocutor is a gentile covert to Judaism.
An study of the understanding of the soul in Christian theology, comparing the body-soul dualism in Calvin's writings with Barth's more holistic understanding.
A study of the art of political 'spin' in late Stuart England, and how art and literature were reflected and manipulated in the changing ideologies of the era.
A pioneering study of the imagery of the New Testament, revealing a deeper understanding of the nature of the Christian Church.
An examination of the centrality of storytelling to the Christian faith and how stories offer a fruitful yet under-utilised resource for theological expression.
A challenging reinterpretation of the traditional themes of Christian eschatology, locating their theological significance in the experience of the faithful.
An enlightening exploration of anthropomorphic portrayals of divine action in Scripture, showing how they can be understood through the study of metaphors.
The definitive history of Independent Methodism, from its beginnings in the 1790s to the present day.
An illuminating study of an often overlooked order of the clergy, tracing the role of the Anglican diaconate from the Reformation and looking at its future.