A theological exploration of human nature engaging with modernist and postmodernist thinking, and emphasising the reality and significance of our physical being.
An examination of the role of women in Luke-Acts, their significance in Luke's narrative of salvation, and the theology implicit in their portrayal.
An exercise in comparative theology, examining the how a Christian and a Hindu theologian think God that sustains the existence of the cosmos through time.
An appraisal of apologetics in Justin Martyr's approach to Classical mythology, showing his skill in co-opting pagan literature to promote Christian narrative.
An exploration of the problems posed by the Holocaust in the light of Barth's theology, showing how such a dialogue enriches our understanding of both.
A critical analysis and commentary on some of the most significant writings of the renowned German pastor and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
An original interdisciplinary analysis of the Book of Daniel, showing how the text can be constructively read as a narrative textbook in theological hermeneutics.
The first volume of a two-part anthology of previously uncollected writings by the influential American theologian Hans W. Frei.
The second volume of a two-part anthology of previously uncollected writings by the influential American theologian Hans W. Frei.
A biblical-theological appreciation of Revelation using the tools of narrative criticism, showing the complex themes fit into a meaningful whole.