As a tribute to this Holy Week of 2018, we have created a list of previous, current and future releases, that we feel particularly reflect the importance of the days before us!
Our Guides for the Perplexed explain key themes for scholars and general readers, providing an accessible introduction to challenging thinkers, writers and subjects.
Focusing on dogmatic location, analysis of the Old and New Testaments, major theologians and contemporary developments on atonement, every essay in this companion seeks to both appropriate and stimulate the church's understanding of the manifold nature of Christ's death and resurrection.
An investigation of the significance of the discovery of the Akhmim fragment, and the consequences of understanding it as an eye-witness testimony of the resurrection of Jesus.
Examines the Christian theologies of sacrificial love, this book breaks new ground on the significance of Jesus' life, sacrifice and death, and what it means both for the contemporary reader and the modern world.
An original analysis of 23 filmic representations of Judas Iscariot, tracing their changing portrayals, the reasons for these changes, and how they impact on theology.
This classic of modern theology demonstrates the life affirming and cataclysmic significance of the Resurrection and Ascension of Christ, by focusing on the redemptive, life from death, operation of the Historical and Eschatological Jesus. This upcoming reissue, to be published in November of this year in the Cornerstones Series, features a preface by Paul D. Molnar.
Coming in June this year, this companion provides a comprehensive overview of the Bible and film, looking at context, theory and key 'texts' both biblical and cinematic.
And finally, a theorization of the man behind the iconography and the scripture - a book that has caused a stir both in the academic and journalistic world, garnering reviews from The Sun, Times Higher Education, The Irish Times, The Telegraph and The Independent!