An intriguing analysis of how the early Eastern Church dealt with the theological and social implications of debt and usury.
An analysis of contemporary issues of rationality and knowledge in theology, offering an epistemology rooted in a Trinitarian view of God's action in the world.
A thought-provoking series of essays by African scholars examining the theological and pastoral necessity of a distinctively African Christianity.
An exploration of the meaning of divine grace in a post-Christian world, drawing on Buddhist thought, process theology and the author's Lutheran background.
A creative application of process philosophy to the dialogue between Buddhism and Christianity, and to their dialogue in turn with the natural sciences.