A study of how debt and the forgiveness of debt is a central concern in the life and teachings of Jesus, particularly enshrined in the Lord's Prayer.
A groundbreaking discussion of late medieval Christian thought, opening up the studies of the specialists to a wider and more general audience.
Series: Library of Ecclesiastical History
An exploration of the applicability of semiotics to the theological and cultural challenges involved in spreading the gospel in an African context.
A rethinking of St Paul's role in shaping the emerging Christian religion, emphasising his human, political and material interactions with his contemporaries.
A study of the development of doctrine in the unfolding history of the Christian church.
A selection of writings by an eminent evangelical scholar of the Old Testament, elaborating on the themes and messages present in the Book of Isaiah.
A masterful study of the person and work of Jesus by one of the most distinguished German theologians of the 20th century.
A study of the concept of 'new creation' in the Epistles of St Paul, setting it in the framework of Paul's understanding of the 'new exodus' theme in Isaiah.