JESUS THE ETERNAL SON
Answering Adoptionist Christology
Author: Michael F. Bird
Engaging critically with Bart Ehrman, James Dunn, and other scholars, Bird demonstrates that a full-fledged adoptionist Christology did not emerge until the late second century.
As he delves into passages often used to support the idea of an early adoptionist Christology, including Romans 1:3–4 and portions of the speeches in Acts, Bird persuasively argues that early Christology was in fact incarnational, not adoptionist. He concludes by surveying and critiquing notable examples of adoptionism in modern theology.
2017 171 pages R310.00
THE SENSUS FIDELIUM AND MORAL THEOLOGY
Reading in Moral Theology No. 18
Editors: Charles E. Currand & Lisa A. Fullam
In the wake of Pope Francis's revival of the synod process and its attendant consultation of the Catholic laity in preparation for the Synod on the Family, this book is an especially timely book.
By presenting points of view on the sensus fidelium from a wide range of theologians and pastors, it makes a contribution by widening its application to ethical and not only doctrinal issues.
2017 300 pages R545.00
THE SOURCE OF ALL LOVE
Catholicity and the Trinity
Author: Heidi Russell
"A wonderful contribution to understanding the Trinity in an age of science." —Ilia Delio
Theologian Russell inspires us to see that Trinity is not only the ground of our being but the goal of an evolving universe.
She shows how the idea of catholicity – a sense of wholeness – orients us toward universality and motivates us to turn together as one. It is Trinity that empowers all of life to become whole and unified in love.
2017 216 pages R379.50
THE SHIFTING GROUND OF DOING THEOLOGY
Prospective in AFRICA
Editors: Emmanuel W., & Dr. Marco
Presents a theological argument for the imperative of location or perspective in developing contextual theological method in Africa.
2017 224 pages R197.50