An examination of how Heidegger's postmodern legacy has affected sacramental theology, emphasising the contimuing place of metaphysics in the Christian narrative.
An exploration of the nature of the Eucharist, bringing theological and literary resources to bear on the paradoxical role of the central Christian sacrament.
A nuanced response to the challenges to religious knowledge posed by modern scepticism and relativism, emphasising virtue epistemology.
A studyof the 18th-century Presbyterian minister Ebenezer Erskine, and how his contribution to theological disputes sheds light on similar controversies today.
A collection of essays exploring the importance of classical Hellenistic thought in the early development of the Eastern Orthodox tradition.
A timely and fascinating examination of the decline in religious faith and rise of secular thought in western intellectual society.
A revealing analysis of how a single saying of Jesus' was adapted and understood within the various theological traditions of the earliest Christians.
A ready-reference for anyone interested in the subject of liturgy and worship, containing over 800 entries, ranging from short definitions to lengthy articles.
An exploration of the applicability of semiotics to the theological and cultural challenges involved in spreading the gospel in an African context.
An investigation of Scotland's role in the abolition of slavery, focussing on the Free Church of Scotland schism over funding from the American slave states.
Series: Library of Ecclesiastical History