An analysis of the teachings of the largely forgotten 19th-century mystic Phoebe Palmer, seeing her as a major mystical thinker in the Wesleyan tradition.
An examination of the tension between Protestant theology and nationalism, and how it has been influenced by controversies over the status of the Israeli state.
A comprehensive survey of modern biblical interpretation and an overview of the scriptures themselves, stressing the essential unity of the texts.
A contribution to the debate regarding nature and grace, offering a perspective based on the insights of the 19th-century German theologian Matthias Scheeben.
A closely reasoned analysis of the works of Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite, demonstrating that they do not support an apophatic understanding of the divine.
An analysis of the theology of an influential Canadian Presbyterian theologian and his role in bringing neo-orthodox ideas into the North American mainstream.
Studies in the relationship between spirit and tradition in the bible, combining the insights of Orthodox theology with Western biblical scholarship.
gospels, including the Infancy Gospels and the gospels of the Gnostics.
Volume I of the authoritative edition of non-canonical New Testament writings, covering the non-Gospel writings including those on the Apostles and Apocalypse.
A detailed study of the New Testament doctrines of salvation and atonement, showing the importance of Christ's atonement for man's redemption.
An introduction to the literary forms of New Testament and early Christian writings in the context of the literature of the Judaic and Hellenistic traditions.
An examination of the nature of Christian unity based on the pattern revealed in the New Testament.
Series: Library of Theological Translations
A comprehensive introductory study guide to the New Testament, presenting the student with the results of recent scholarship in a clear and fresh way.