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Reading Christian Theology in the Protestant Tradition offers a distinctive approach to the value of classic works through the lens of Protestantism. While it is anachronistic to speak of Christian theology prior to the Reformation as "Protestant," it is wholly appropriate to recognize how certain common Protestant concerns can be...
Jean-Paul Sartre was one of the twentieth century's most prominent atheists. But his philosophy was informed by theological writers and themes in ways that have not previously been acknowledged. In Sartre and Theology, Kirkpatrick examines Sartre's philosophical formation and rarely discussed early work, demonstrating how, and which, theology shaped Sartre's...
This book is for everyone who values their freedom. Science shows us that we are not prisoners of our genes: there is no gene 'for' any particular behaviour. Older ideas of 'nature' and 'nurture' are defunct, and multiple components are woven together in human development. Denis Alexander concludes that genuine...
Romanos' lively and dramatic hymns are a highlight of Byzantine literary invention. This book examines the rhetorical embodiment of theological themes in these kontakia. Through rhetorical techniques like dialogue, metaphor and vivid description, biblical stories and theological concepts are performed, adapted and vivified.
This work compares the literary development of Ezra 7-10 and Nehemiah 8-10 with that of the Pentateuch. It provides a commentary on the text, with introductory discussions and detailed comparisons between individual verses and numerous passages in the Pentateuch.
By Harvey Cox
The Market has deified itself, according to Harvey Cox's brilliant exegesis. And all of the world's problems widening inequality, a rapidly warming planet, the injustices of global poverty are consequently harder to solve. Only by tracing how the Market reached its divine status can we hope to restore it to...
Sermons and Lectures: Selected from the Remains of the Late Edward Russell Bernard, M.A., Canon and Chancellor of Salisbury and Chaplain in Ordinary to H. M. The King
Originally published in 1929, this book presents a series of pieces on various aspects of Christian practice by Edward Russell Bernard. The text is divided into two parts: the first part contains twelve sermons and the second contains three lectures.
Originally published in 1914, this book was written 'to introduce the student of the Bible to what is known as the historical, or critical, method of studying the Scriptures and investigating their message'. A bibliography is included.
Islam and Christian Theology II-2: A Study of the Interpretation of the Theological Ideas in the two Religions
A ground-breaking four-volume study of the inter-relation between the theological teaching of Islam and the theological content in the teaching of the Christian Fathers and of mediaeval theologians.