An examination of eschatological themes in the Moltmann treatment of the Book of Revelation, constructively combining systematic theology and biblical studies.
A study of the letters of the 12th-century Cistercian abbot Bernard of Clairvaux, revealing his use of the epistolatory form as a vehicle for spiritual guidance.
A translation of and commentary on selected passages from one of the great Hasidic texts, spiritual homilies based on the Mosaic books.
A reassessment of the role of Paul as a man of prayer and worship, placing his letters in their original context as epistolary rituals of worship.
A vision of the Christian life grounded in a Christology in which the Spirit's presence and power are central to Jesus' life, death and resurrection.
An anthropological approach to the historical personage of Jesus, offering an intriguing and fruitful alternative to traditional historiographic methods.
A major study of the development of early English Church from a theological perspective, shedding new light on the early Anglo-Saxon missionaries.
An exploration of the identity of the Salvation Army as an ecclesial body in the light of Karl Barth's ecumenical and ecclesiological theology.
An analysis of the Acts of the Apostles showing how the text uses its characterization of the Other to reinforce the self-identity of the earliest Christians.
A study of then poetics of Donne's secular and religious poetry in the context of 17th-century theories of representation and reception.
An exploration of the meaning of divine grace in a post-Christian world, drawing on Buddhist thought, process theology and the author's Lutheran background.