An analytical study of the biblical myth of Cain and Abel, revealing the narrative intricacies and the profound insights of the story.
A wonderful collection of Chassidic tales from Central Europe, providing a fascinating introduction to this mystical Jewish tradition.
A collection of essays exploring the concept of purity in the Old and New Testaments and in the theological traditions of the Christian churches.
A novel investigation of the meaning of atonement centered on the often-neglected question of Jesus's intention in submitting to his crucifixion.
A study of the role of miracles in the Bible and of how changing concepts of faith and of revelation have altered the understanding of the miraculous.
A profound study of the nature and basis of religious knowledge that offers a valuable critique of European philosophy from the standpoint of orthodox Calvinism.
Series: Library of Theological Translations
A significant study of the writings of the Chinese Muslim scholar Liu Zhi and his innovative role in contextualising Islamic texts for a Chinese audience.
Multidisciplinary essays reclaiming the concept of the soul from academic neglect, not as a dualistic hypothesis but as the vital centre of human selfhood.
A compelling analysis of how the differences between Gentile and Jew are treated in Paul's teachings, revealing an egalitarian vision.
A careful analysis of the lyrical traditions of ancient Hebrew, reveals ways to discern previously unnoticed female voices in Old Testament prophetic texts.
Combining depth and readability, Leenhardt's commentary on St Paul's Epistle to the Romans has won a distinguished place in New Testament scholarship.