A study of the 16th-century Anabaptist theologian Balthasar Hubmaier, particularly his work on the key doctrine of the accessibility of the Scriptures.
A fascinating account of the life and aspirations of the Bantu churches of South Africa and of their leaders.
A fresh exploration of the theological trajectory of Swedish theologian Gustaf Wingren, examining the influences on his work and how his ideas developed.
A study of moral discernment in the Christian life, arguing that the balance between faith and reason is exemplified in the theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
A study of the development of Christianity in the West, showing how the Church developed in different regions, based on literary and archaeological evidence.
Series: Library of Ecclesiastical History
A selection of essays exploring the thematic richness and modern relevance of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's theology of human sociality.
A study of the theological method of Emil Brunner, reaffirming his significance as one of the great contributors to 20th-century theology.
A challenging theological study of modern nationalism and the nation-state, evaluated from the viewpoint of Christian ethics.
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.
The first in a four-volume series exploring belief in the Evil Eye and the practices associated with it amongst the cultures of the Biblical world.
The second in a four-volume series exploring belief in the Evil Eye and the practices associated with it amongst the cultures of the Biblical world.