An examination of C.S. Lewis's ethical thought, in particular his critique of subjectivism, as explored through his fictional writings.
An examination of the women in the lives of the fourth-century Cappadocian Fathers, and their influential role in the emerging theology of the early church.
A catalogue of the first 239 Ethiopic manuscripts digitised by the Ethiopic Manuscript Imaging Project, with full descriptions of contents and illuminations.
Series: Ethiopic Manuscripts, Texts, and Studies
The 2nd volume of the catalogue of Ethiopic manuscripts digitised by the Ethiopic Manuscript Imaging Project, with descriptions of contents and illuminations.
The 7th volume of the catalogue of Ethiopic manuscripts digitised by the Ethiopic Manuscript Imaging Project, with descriptions of contents and illuminations.
An insightful reassessment of the great 9th century scholar John Scottus Eriugena, setting out the deeply Christocentric vision at the heart of his theology.
A new interpretation of the Infancy Gospel of Thomas, revealing new insights into the genre, cultural context and theology of this under-appreciated document.
An exploration of Paul's theology of Jesus' sacrifice, locating its roots in the cultic language of the martyrological narratives of Second Temple Judaism.
A collection of articles and essays by the former Bishop of Durham exploring his approach to philosophy and theology and the relationship between them.
An analysis uniting social theory with Barth's moral theology, emphasising how Christian moral thought is primarily a matter of witness to God's grace.
An exploration of how Arabic-speaking Christians have used the Qur'an for exegetical purposes, providing insights relevant to Muslim-Christian relations.
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