A guide to how 17th-century Puritan theology doctrines influenced the development of Seventh-Day Adventism.
The first comprehensive study of the history of the 17th-dentury Sabbatarian movement.
A comprehensive survey of Reformation and post-Reformation thinkers who repudiated the medieval doctrine of the soul's immortality.
A critical analysis of the liturgical rites in the Scottish, English, Welsh and Irish churches, showing the bases of Reformed Worship.
A comprehensive study of the theology of the German theologian Klaus Bockmuehl, covering his concern with the role of the Holy Spirit in Christian ethical life.
A collection of essays exploring the connection between life and death from scientific, medical, philosophical and theological perspectives.
An ambitious and creative treatise on the roots of human violence, bringing together insights from theology and cultural anthropology.
A discussion of the social context of Deuteronomy, using feminist theory to give voice to the marginalised people of the ancient Hebrew world.
A fascinating contribution to biblical theology, showing the figure of Jesus in terms of the concepts of Messiah and kingship developed in the Old Testament.
Series: Library of Theological Translations
Essays exploring a new and inclusive approach to theology that is sensitive to the diversity of cultural contexts within the modern, global Church.
A selection of essays exploring the biblical tradition of lament in the face of tragedy, and its role in the life of the modern Church.