An insightful exploration of the theology of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and its ongoing relevance for an authentically Christian engagement with the world.
A discussion of the challenges of liberation theology and religious pluralism, in dialogue with two leading Third World theologians.
A critical discussion of the theological ethics of ecology that calls for a naturalistic approach that recognises human beings as part of nature.
A study of the appropriate milieu for theological discourse – monastery or university – through the theologies of friendship of Aelred of Rievaulx and Aquinas.
Diverse and groundbreaking essays exploring the influence of the 20th century French psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan on theology and the study of religion.
A concise and informative overview and analysis of how the idea of culture is used and understood in modern theology.
A collection of essays by the theologian John Heywood Thomas demonstrating the value and relevance of a theological perspective on life and death issues.
An exercise in the history of theology, showing how social, political and cultural change in the 19th century influenced three major theological centres.
Essays by the respected biblical scholar Jack R. Lundbom, united by the theme that theology is not merely a philosophical practice.