A thoroughly revised and comprehensive guide to basic terms and concepts used in Biblical criticism.
A careful analysis of the lyrical traditions of ancient Hebrew, reveals ways to discern previously unnoticed female voices in Old Testament prophetic texts.
A key theological work in the doctrine of the Ascension that deals with the origin and significance of the Apostles' Creed.
An exploration of an often neglected area of theological anthropology – the unity of human emotion and reason embodied in the Biblical concept of the heart.
A revealing study of premillenialism in Victorian evangelicalism, showing that the doctrine was often linked to forward-looking elements of evangelical thought.
A comprehensive prosopographical study of diverse and interesting group of bishops who served during the reign of Henry VIII.
The first full-scale study of the mysticism and piety of the the Alumbrados or 'Illuminated Ones', and their suppression as heretics by the Spanish Inquisition.
A study of inter-civilisational hermeneutics drawing on diverse classical and modern sources to construct a new hermeneutical theory for a postcolonial age.
An account of the life of the controversial mystic Hindiyya 'Ujaymi and what her story reveals of the religious and political climate of 18th-century Lebanon.
A scholarly presentation and analysis of the biblical evidence bearing on Christ's conception of the Kingdom of God and of His own mission in relation to it.