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Dunstan

Dunstan:

Saint and Statesman

By Douglas Dales

A major biography of the 10th-century Archbishop of Canterbury, setting Dunstan's achievements against the social and religious background of the day.

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ISBN: 9780227900819
£12.75 + VAT

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ISBN: 9780227900826
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Did Jesus Speak Greek?

Did Jesus Speak Greek?:

The Emerging Evidence of Greek Dominance in First-Century Palestine

By G. Scott Gleaves

A critique of the Aramaic Hypothesis that has dominated historical Jesus studies, suggesting that the language Jesus and his followers spoke was Greek.

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ISBN: 9780227905173
£14.25 + VAT
Denuded Devotion to Christ

Denuded Devotion to Christ:

The Ascetic Piety of Protestant True Religion in the Reformation

By Larry D. Harwood

An insightful study of how Protestantism developed an over-conceptualised image of God, neglecting the physical aspects of Christian understanding and worship.

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ISBN: 9780227901861
£14.50 + VAT
Drinking from the Wells of New Creation

Drinking from the Wells of New Creation:

The Holy Spirit and the Imagination in Reconciliation

By Kerry Dearborn

An exploration of the Holy Spirit's capacity to transform the imagination, showing this as the key to the Christian reconciliation with God and each other.

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ISBN: 9780227903841
£14.50 + VAT
Death in Second-Century Christian Thought

Death in Second-Century Christian Thought:

The Meaning of Death in Earliest Christianity

By Jeremiah Mutie

A carefully researched analysis of how the early church developed a distinctively Christian understanding of death, synthesising pagan and scriptural ideas.

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ISBN: 9780227904787
£15.00 + VAT
Death and Resurrection

Death and Resurrection:

The Shape and Function of a Literary Motif in the Book of Acts

By Dennis J. Horton

An exploration of the motifs of death and resurrection in the Acts of the Apostles, and its theological and sociological role in the Lukan narrative.

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ISBN: 9780227903049
£15.50 + VAT
Dialogical Spirit, The

Dialogical Spirit, The:

Christian Reason and Theological Method in the Third Millennium

By Amos Yong

Engaging with a competing and diverse range of thinkers and methodo;ogies, this study offers a new approach informed by Pentecostal and Evangelical traditions.

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ISBN: 9780227904343
£16.69 + VAT
Divine Essence and Divine Energies

Divine Essence and Divine Energies:

Ecumenical Reflections on the Presence of God in Eastern Orthodoxy

By C. Athanasopoulos and C. Schneider (editors)

Essays exploring, from a multiplicity of viewpoints, the philosophical and theological dimensions of the essence-energy distinction in Orthodox Christianity.

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ISBN: 9780227900086
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ISBN: 9780227900109
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Diverse and Creative Voices

Diverse and Creative Voices:

Theological Essays from the Majority World

By Sung Wook Chung and Dieumeme Noelliste (editors)

Essays by theologians from the Majority World to share a diversity of insights into Christian faith, developed from their own cultural perspectives.

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ISBN: 9780227905159
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Darkened Reading, A

Darkened Reading, A:

A Reception History of the Book of Isaiah in a Divided Church

By Robert L. Knetsch

A challenging view of how church divisions have driven the emergence of competing approaches to biblical interpretation, modelled on 19th-century Anglican debate.

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ISBN: 9780227903803
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Death of the Messiah and the Birth of the New Covenant, The

Death of the Messiah and the Birth of the New Covenant, The:

A (Not-So) New Model of the Atonement

By Michael J. Gorman

A biblically informed study of the nature of the Atonement, focussing on the ultimate purpose of Christ's redemptive sacrifice – ushering in a covenant of peace.

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ISBN: 9780227903766
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Dunstan

Dunstan:

Saint and Statesman

By Douglas Dales

A major biography of the 10th-century Archbishop of Canterbury, setting Dunstan's achievements against the social and religious background of the day.

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ISBN: 9780227900802
£17.00 + VAT
Dust or Dew

Dust or Dew:

Immortality in the Ancient Near East and in Psalm 49

By Janet K. Smith

An examination of how Psalm 49, in the context of Ancient Middle Eastern literature, reveals insights into the development of Hebrew concepts of the afterlife.

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ISBN: 9780227900444
£17.00 + VAT
Did Jesus Speak Greek?

Did Jesus Speak Greek?:

The Emerging Evidence of Greek Dominance in First-Century Palestine

By G. Scott Gleaves

A critique of the Aramaic Hypothesis that has dominated historical Jesus studies, suggesting that the language Jesus and his followers spoke was Greek.

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ISBN: 9780227175484
£17.75
Denuded Devotion to Christ

Denuded Devotion to Christ:

The Ascetic Piety of Protestant True Religion in the Reformation

By Larry D. Harwood

An insightful study of how Protestantism developed an over-conceptualised image of God, neglecting the physical aspects of Christian understanding and worship.

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ISBN: 9780227174081
£18.00
Drinking from the Wells of New Creation

Drinking from the Wells of New Creation:

The Holy Spirit and the Imagination in Reconciliation

By Kerry Dearborn

An exploration of the Holy Spirit's capacity to transform the imagination, showing this as the key to the Christian reconciliation with God and each other.

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ISBN: 9780227174999
£18.00
Divine Revelation and Human Practice

Divine Revelation and Human Practice:

Responsive and Imaginative Inspiration

By Tony Clark

A creative contribution to the doctrine of revelation, developing an understanding of God's self-disclosure in the Church's participation in His Trinitarian life.

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ISBN: 9780227903056
£18.25 + VAT
Death in Second-Century Christian Thought

Death in Second-Century Christian Thought:

The Meaning of Death in Earliest Christianity

By Jeremiah Mutie

A carefully researched analysis of how the early church developed a distinctively Christian understanding of death, synthesising pagan and scriptural ideas.

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ISBN: 9780227175415
£18.50