A wide-ranging theological discussion of the construction of historical memory and the practice of commemoration in the aftermath of conflict and tragedy.
A wide-ranging study of asceticism in the Roman and early Christian traditions, combining both historical and theoretical analysis.
Essays paying tribute to the interests and intellect of the theologian John Bowker, exploring and building on upon his favourite subjects and themes.
The meticulously researched story of the discovery, acquisition and conservation of the 4th-century Manichaean Codices of Medinet Madi.
A valuable contribution to linguistic studies bringing new insight to the translation and study of key passages in the Gospels and other New Testament texts.
An examination of the Lutheran theology of suffering in the context of the spiritual traditions of Asia.
The definitive survey of martyrdom and persecution during the first four centuries of Christianity.
A study of the liturgical writings of the 18th-century Nonconformist minister Matthew Henry and their lessons for modern Christian worship.
A comprehensive examination by a leading Oriental scholar of the diverse religious traditions of East Asia, including Taoism, Confucianism, Buddhism and Yoga.
An incisive scholarly study of the influential yet often neglected Reformation thinker Philip Melanchthon.
A ground-breaking academic study of whether Jesus actively identified himself as the Messiah .
Series: Library of Theological Translations
An exploration of the existentialist faith of the Spanish philosopher and writer Miguel de Unamuno, heavily influenced by the Kierkegaardian tradition.