A wide-ranging study of asceticism in the Roman and early Christian traditions, combining both historical and theoretical analysis.
An Eastern Orthodox perspective on the dialogue between Buddhism and Christianity, an exchange rooted in comparative theology enriching both traditions.
An account of Islam's engagement with issues of social justice, dispelling views that stand in the way of genuine interfaith collaboration against injustice.
An analysis of the ecological and theological dimensions of the economic world order, requiring rethinking of conceptions of life and death, wealth and work.
A multidisciplinary collection of essays exploring the concept of wonder and its significance in religion, philosophy, the arts and the sciences.
The authoritative guide for scholars and research libraries to the period from the 5th century to the 15th, offering a wealth of information.
An study of the understanding of the soul in Christian theology, comparing the body-soul dualism in Calvin's writings with Barth's more holistic understanding.
A wide-ranging theological discussion of the construction of historical memory and the practice of commemoration in the aftermath of conflict and tragedy.
A ground-breaking study of the status of the Anglican clergy and the challenges of church reform in the political and social environment of Georgian England .
An analysis of the theology of an influential Canadian Presbyterian theologian and his role in bringing neo-orthodox ideas into the North American mainstream.
A study of the letters of the 12th-century Cistercian abbot Bernard of Clairvaux, revealing his use of the epistolatory form as a vehicle for spiritual guidance.