A penetrating study of the problems of baptism, tracing issues arising from the New Testament in church tradition, giving an ecumenical perspective on baptism.
An examination of the use by all parties at the time of the Reformation of Cyprian's writings to claim him as part of their own particular heritage.
Series: Library of Ecclesiastical History
Essays honouring the work of British historian of Methodism Henry D. Rack, offering a varied and erudite introduction to the field of Methodist Studies.
Written by a leading authority on Tyndale's theology, this study of Christ's sacrifice in Tyndale's thought emphasises the originality of the English Reformer.
A study of the theology of the English Reformer William Tyndale, emphasising his originality and showing that his was little influenced by Continental Reformers.
A major and original account of the theological importance of the father of the English Bible.
A new look at Luther's theology in the light of the emergence of global Lutheranism, and its rich potential for application beyond traditional Western contexts.
An investigation of Scotland's role in the abolition of slavery, focussing on the Free Church of Scotland schism over funding from the American slave states.