Martin Luther's Theology succinctly provides an account of the great reformer's theology as it developed in conflict with his opponents (historical), while also showing its internal relationships systematic coherence. A remarkable achievement by a leading Luther scholar.
More than 30 years after its initial publication, J.N.D. Kelly's Early Christian Doctrine remains the definitive account of the Patristic church's doctrinal beliefs. Balancing scholarship and faith, Kelly examines Christology, the Trinity, Scripture, sin, grace, and more.
Originally published in 1984, The Nature of Doctrine has become the standard expression of Post-liberal theological method by focusing on the cultural-linguistic approach to religion. Linbeck's book is a foundational text for engaging late modern theology.
Kierkegaard regarded 1848 as his ''most fruitful year'' and considered Practice in Christianity to be his definitive account of what it means to be Christian. Calling it his ''the most perfect and truest'' work the book provides both critique and admonition.
The Didache tells the intriguing story of the ancient Christian text known as "the Didache" (the Teaching) beginning from its 19th Century discovery. O'Loughlin provides commentary on the entire text highlighting point of interest for modern Christians.
This edition of the earliest known Christian literature provides the texts in both Greek and in English on facing pages. Handsomely bound, this volume is ideal for scholars who enjoy the simple pleasure of reading the Apostolic Fathers as well as studying them.
The Church Dogmatics is regarded as the most significant theological achievement of the 20th Century. This reprinted edition of the original 14-vol. format ed. by Bromiley and Torrance, and is presented in durable hardbacks for long term study and at a fraction of the original price.