A careful study of one of Paul's most significant evangelistic speeches in the Book of Acts, exploring the structure, sources and theology of the text.
Essays honouring the work of British historian of Methodism Henry D. Rack, offering a varied and erudite introduction to the field of Methodist Studies.
An analysis of the concept of freedom in the thought of three German philosophers, revealing insights that challenge modern conventions.
An in-depth analysis and exploration of the writings of the theologian T.F. Torrance, articulating a theology of culture that places the Trinity at its heart.
An study of how perspective criticism (textual analysis based on the narrative perspective) enables interpretiation of biblical stories if its intent is unclear.
A revealing collection of essays documenting the variety and complexity of Pentecostal and Charismatic thinking on eschatology.
A study of the links between the ministries of Jesus and Paul, revealing thematic family resemblances shedding light on Paul's indebtedness to Jesus' teachings.
An invaluable study of the Jewish Hellenistic philosopher Philo of Alexandria, a key figure in the history of religious thought of the New Testament era.
An exploration of the Greek 'Philokalia' from the perspective of contemporary psychology, offering insight into the practice of
prayer and spiritual well-being.