A biographical and theological study of Abraham Cheare, key but often-overlooked figure in the development of the English Baptist movement of the 17th century.
An introduction to scholastic philosophy through an analysis of Bonaventure's classic treatise, combining academic rigour with accessible clarity.
A biographical study of the family environment of Nicholas Ferrer, whose ministry helped inspire the voluntarist tradition within the Church of England.
The first comparative account of West African beliefs regarding the soul, and the spiritual powers of man and animals.
A comprehensive account of the development and diversity of ecclesiological thought during the Reformation in the sixteenth-century.
An exploration of the sayings of the historical Jesus and how they can be distinguished within the later mythologising of the Gospels.
A new reading of Paul's First Epistle to the Corinithians, offering an alternative to traditional misogynistic interpretations.
A comparative study of the way in which two great theologians, one medieval and one modern, view the Christian doctrine of Revelation.
A unique exploration of the role of Nature in the theology of African faiths, covering all significant historical and modern traditions.
A study of the meeting of Christianity and non-Christian religions, the impact of East on West, the clash of cultures and the forces changing the pattern of life.
A reprint of Evelyn Underhill's timeless study on the the nature and principles of worship, and the main forms in which they find expression in Christianity.
A critical analysis of the liturgical rites in the Scottish, English, Welsh and Irish churches, showing the bases of Reformed Worship.