An introduction to the thought of Jacques Ellul, the Christian anarchist, sociologist, philosopher and historian, explaining the dominant themes of his work.
A challenging and original argument that the arts, and poetry in particular, offer an under-explored medium for developing and communicating theological insights.
A significant new study of the work of the Swiss theologian Adolf Schlatter, explaining the context and importance of his contributions to Christology.
A collection of essays re-examining the writings and legacy of St Paul, emphasising the continuity between his epistles and his Jewish roots.
An enlightening study of the role played by Old Testament theology in the development and practice of the Wesleyan approach to mission.