Scripture was the center of the theology propounded by the Reformers. But how did they read it? What influenced their interpretations, understandings, and biases? Here, Timothy George explains the prominence and interaction with Scripture during the Reformation while explaining how these principles affect us today.
Anselm of Canterbury: Major Works features Anselm's most influential writings. In includes the critically important Monologion and Proslogion, as well his powerful exposition on why God incarnated in Jesus Christ: Cur Deus Homo.
Nothing brings us so close to ancient cultures as the daily routines, tools, and other fixtures that made up the daily life of its people. Stone and Dung, Oil and Spit exposes the daily realities of Jesus' world in 1st Century Roman occupied Palestine and in doing so virtually allows us to touch that distant but fascinating culture.
The Canon of Scripture is a classic, compelling, and accurate account of how the Christian Canon was formed. Arguing that the Canon functionally existed before it was made official, Bruce's work while being a historical account is both an apologetic and historical account.
A superb study of the major trends, thinkers, theologians, and philosophers in the Christian tradition since the Enlightenment. Volume 1 covers important movements of the 18th and 19th centuries, and volume 2 examines the 20th century.