O. Wesley Allen Jr.
Allen proposes an approach to preaching that is rooted in the view of the congregation as a community of conversation and in which the spirit of the sermon is dialogical.
In this context, preaching becomes a means of grounding and guiding the community's conversations, the result being faithful i... (more)
Early in the twenty-first century, the world has grown increasingly smaller because of advances in technology and the erosion of the nation-state as a political paradigm. The process of globalisation - with its promises of a common government - offers a new political model for the world that fosters... (more)
Widely respected as one of today's wisest and most articulate Christianethicists, Oliver O'Donovan here explores the nature of personaland political behavior as it is or should be informed by Christianlove.
This profound look at contemporary life focuses on how moralreflection upon common objects... (more)
Oliver D. Crisp
If we are to do contemporary theology well, we need to listen carefully to past masters. In this book, Oliver Crisp brings a number of key Reformed theologians into dialogue with contemporary philosophical and doctrinal concerns in a bid to further this strategy of 'theological retrieval'. The topic... (more)
In this probing book Oliver O'Donovan extends the exploration into the correspondence between theology and politics that he began in "The Desire of the Nations." While that earlier work took as its starting point the biblical proclamation of God's authority, "The Ways of Judgment" approaches politic... (more)