A comprehensive study of the French Jesuit theologian and cardinal Jean Daniélou, emphasising the role of contemplation in his view of the unity of the person.
An insightful contribution to Old Testament studies, showing how the bloodthirsty oracle of Jeremiah 48 contains a positive Christian reading .
An introduction to the Book of Jeremiah and the issues involved in its interpretation and understanding, written by a leading expert in the text.
An examination of how replacing Enlightenment-era concepts of objectivity with an ambiguous postmodern understanding allows speech about the truth of the Gospel.
A new approach to understanding cultural and ethnic identity in 1st Century Judea, with particular reference to the kind of Judaism presupposed by the Q document.
A compelling re-examination of the Gospel miracle stories, arguing that modern interpretations depicting them as 'magical' misconstrue their original context.
An illuminating study of gender inclusiveness and marginality in the Gospel of Matthew, using ideas and methods drawn from anthropology and the social sciences.
A novel investigation of the meaning of atonement centered on the often-neglected question of Jesus's intention in submitting to his crucifixion.
A study of the tension between early Christian belief and Jesus's teaching, and the problem that the Gospel record of his teaching reflects Christian bellief.