The history of the interaction between science and religion is fraught with tension, although, as philosopher Phil Dowe demonstrates, many thoughtful and religious people have also found harmony between these two crucial fields. This fascinating book insightfully surveys the relationship of science,... (more)
Gathered for the Journey brings to market, a new and contemporary approach to catholic moral theology. The writers, all post Vatican II contemporaries themselves, have created a tightly knitted series of chapters, with a specific undergraduate student readership in mind. Threefold in structure, part... (more)
The story of the Brethren in Britain and Ireland
What was it like to belong to a Brethren assembly? How and why did assemblies come
into being? And what do they have to offer to the wider church today?
This book traces the
story of the Brethren movement in Britain and Ireland from its beginni... (more)
Shows how the genre, composition and hermeneutics of James all contribute to the central pastoral concern of this epistle. The Genre, Composition and Hermeneutics of James examines the employment of the wisdom genre with a certain compositional structure, and the interpretation of the law through Je... (more)
Bierma, Lyle D.
An in-depth study of covenant in the writings of the so-called founder of covenant theology.