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• Christian Kinship: Relatedness in Christian Practice and Moral Thought ﻿

(2017-11-07)
Ideas of kinship play a significant role in structuring everyday life, and yet kinship has been neglected in Christian ethics, as well as moral philosophy and bioethics. Attention has been paid in these disciplines to the ...
• A critique of the ecclesiology, missiology and sociology of the Mission-shaped Church report ﻿

(2014-03-04)
This thesis explores the Church of England report Mission-Shaped Church (MSC) and its subsequent secondary and synodical legislation. It traces the missiology, ecclesiology and sociology of the initial report and their ...
• The influence of the first chapter of Ezekiel on Jewish and early Christian literature ﻿

(1975-03-13)
• Jesus as the Mercy Seat : the semantics and theology of Paul's use of Hilasterion in Romans 3:25. ﻿

(1999-11-16)
Paul's predication of the term $\textit{$\textit{hilasterion}$}$ of Jesus combined with his mention of Jesus' own blood leads modern interpreters to speculate that $\textit{hilasterion}$ was a term that could denote a ...
• Judaean Political Organisation (104-76 BCE) ﻿

(2018-04-07)
The thesis seeks to more accurately understand Judaean political organisation during the reign of King Alexander Jannaeus (104-76 BCE). I suggest that the balance of evidence does not support an understanding of Hasmonaean ...
• Luke's readers - a study of Luke 4.22-8; Acts 13.46; 18.6; 28.28 and Luke 21.5-36 ﻿

(1978-05-23)
• Metaphysics in the Reformation: A Case Study of Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499-1562) ﻿

(2018-03-24)
This dissertation traces the metaphysical underpinnings of the Protestant Reformation through a close reading of the work of the Protestant reformer Peter Martyr Vermigli (1499-1562). It is premised on the assumption that ...
• Producing an Islamic institution: a London case study ﻿

(2018-07-20)
This thesis constitutes a case study of how an Islamic institution in London is produced as an object of knowledge. It develops an argument by Maussen about mosques in Western Europe, which suggests that they ‘do not have ...
• The relevance of creation and righteousness to intervention for the poor and needy in the Old Testament ﻿

(2000-10-24)
The text of the dissertation divides into two parts. Part One examines the relevance of human creation to intervention for the poor and needy in the Old Testament, and Part Two investigates the relevance of the roots [] ...
• Retreat and restructuring: Karl Barth's strategic use of John's Gospel in the Church Dogmatics ﻿

(2010-07-06)
This thesis explores Karl Barth’s use of John’s Gospel in the Church Dogmatics. It seeks to read John with Barth, tracing the roles which the Fourth Gospel plays in his theology, while identifying gaps and distortions in ...
• Scribal culture in Ben Sira (Sir 38:1-15; 41:1-15; 43:11-19; 44-50) ﻿

(2016-03-01)
The Book of Ben Sira, written at some point between 198 and 175 BCE, is a Second Temple Jewish wisdom text which regularly echoes or quotes the Hebrew Bible. A recent area of study in biblical scholarship has been that of ...
• Some new proposals for interpreting the Gospel according to Mark ﻿

(1975-05-20)
• St. Augustine's 'notitia sui' related to Aristotle, the early neo-Platonists and Hegel ﻿

(2013-07-30)
• St.Augustine's 'notitia sui' related to Aristotle, the early neo-Platonists and Hegel ﻿

(1975-10-28)
• Studies in Paul's understanding of his mission ﻿

(1977-05-24)
Traditionally the study of Paul's mission has been formed by, and has itself informed, the questions which structure the investigation of Paul's life and work, as distinguishod from those which dominate research into his ...
• Thomas Cranmer's Register: a record of archiepiscopal administration in diocese and province ﻿

(Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge, 1985-01-29)
Thomas Cranmer's Register in Lambeth Palace Library forms an important record of the archbishop's administration in diocese and province. Called from relative obscurity in 1533 to be archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer ...
• Towards a Christian theology of work : a critical appropriation of the thought of Jurgen Habermas ﻿

(1986-11-11)
• Womb of the Spirit: the liturgical implications of the doctrine of the Spirit for the Syrian baptismal tradition ﻿

(1999-10-26)
This thesis investigates the role of the Holy Spirit within the Syrian baptismal tradition and, in particular, assesses its effect upon the liturgical and theological development of initiation in East and West Syria. ...
• Worship as Interpretation: The Liturgical Reception of Isaiah 6 ﻿

(2017-10-03)
This dissertation is an investigation into how the Hebrew Bible is used in (Rabbinic) Jewish and Christian liturgical settings, and how this impacts biblical scholars. I argue against the neglect of liturgy and ritual in ...

(1990-12)