Questioning the Incarnation
Formulating a meaningful Christology
Providing an understanding of Jesus Christ which makes sense in the modern world.
The classic Christological formulations of the 4th and 5th Centuries are basically meaningless today. Questioning the Incarnation offers a new approach to Christology based on modern biblical, scientific and philosophical studies. Whilst using different concepts and language and courting controversy and disagreement, the overall thrust of the study is to take Jesus' humanity seriously, whilst seeking to interpret what may be meant by his 'divinity' in a way that remains fully Trinitarian and which takes seriously the intentions of the early Church Fathers.
The only book on the market summarising the work of 40 international historical Jesus scholars - conservative, liberal and sceptical.
Reflects on the future shape of the Church.
Adrian B. Smith
Spiritual autobiography of a truly remarkable woman and a history of the struggle for ordination in the Church of England.
"a reasonable, realistic introduction to ideas about [liberal] Christianity in the modern world" Kate Adie BBC
How René Girard changes the way we think about God and the Bible, and its relevance for our apocalypse-threatened world.
The Rev'd Dr Steven Ogden
Life is an exasperating yet wonderful mess. It's here, not in dry dogma or empty ritual, that we find faith.
Rt Revd Dr John Saxbee
The point of Christianity has been to get to heaven. Its real point is changing human meaning here on earth.