An examination of how the intellectual developments that flowered in Padua influenced Tudor England, through the careers of English scholars who studied there .
Incorporating biographical studies of both its subjects, this is a major study in the strategy of Christian evangelism as developed by two major figures.
Volume I of a major study in the strategy of Christian evangelism as developed by two major figures, incorporating biographical studies of both its subjects, .
Volume II of a major study in the strategy of Christian evangelism as developed by two major figures, incorporating biographical studies of both its subjects, .
A survey of the development of the Paschal rites of the ancient Church, from apostolic times to the 4th century.
A study of national consciousness and literature in 16th-century England, exploring the nature of patriotism, its cultural expression, and propaganda uses.
A monumental work bringing together in an accessible and digestible form scholarship on the Eastern Fathers between Chalcedon and the death of John of Damascus.
A study of the apostle to the Gentiles, combining exceptional scholarship with an approach that interprets Paul's theology in the light of his Jewish background.
Series: Library of Theological Translations
A compelling analysis of how the differences between Gentile and Jew are treated in Paul's teachings, revealing an egalitarian vision.
A new reading of First Romans as an anti-imperial missive, revealing the complex interplay between theology and ideology.
A collection of essays from a prominent Pauline scholar, showing how Paul's eschatology was central to his understanding of his mission.