The God of Jesus Christ
When it was first published in 1982, this important work by the German Catholic cardinal and theologian Walter Kasper argued for a ‘theological theology’ that makes the explanation of the confession of the triune God its first priority. In this new edition, Kasper’s introduction addresses recent changes as theology reassesses itself in relation to science, culture and the Church; and he emphasizes the importance of the existential and pastoral meaning of the doctrine of God in this new situation.
Connecting the Covenants
Judaism and the Search for Christian Identity in Eighteenth-Century England
Studying 'the preoccupation of certain Christian thinkers with Judaism as a critical religious and cultural factor' in the early 18th century, Ruderman focuses on the writings and career of English-born Christian convert Moses Marcus.