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Dual Citizenship

Two-Natures Christologies and the Jewish Jesus Kayko Driedger Hesslein, Graduate Theological Union, USA Political theories of multiculturalism are used to construct a Christology to propose that Jesus’ Jewishness (his past), his divine transcendence, and his relationship with Christians today (his contemporary presence) are all formative of one another in the person of Christ. Kayko Driedger Hesslein makes a convincing case for the necessity and possibility of a non-supersessionist Christology that falls within two-natured christologies. The book introduces multicultural theory as a framework for conceptualizing how Jesus can be authentically Jewish and embedded in contextual Christian communities simultaneously. UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567681676 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567661357 Individual eBook 9780567661340 Library eBook 9780567661364 T&T Clark

Sacred Language, Sacred World The Unity of Scriptural and Philosophical Hermeneutics

Joshua D. Broggi, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities, University of Oxford, UK "Broggi is excellent in his use of Heidegger and Gadamer. Bridging the gap between textual and philosophical hermeneutics is no easy task, yet Broggi’s careful analysis presents a compelling argument for a reimagined look at the unity of scripture, tradition, and reason. Broggi is a careful and precise writer, making this work easily accessible to those unfamiliar with Heidegger or Gadamer. Broggi’s text is a masterful achievement for theology, hermeneutics, and philosophy." Reading Religion UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 232 pages PB 9780567683656 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567664860 Individual eBook 9780567664884 Library eBook 9780567664877 T&T Clark

The Freedom to Become a Christian

A Kierkegaardian Account of Human Transformation in Relationship with God Andrew B. Torrance, St Mary's School of Divinity, University of St Andrews, UK The Kierkegaardian account of becoming a Christian has come to be perceived in radically egocentric terms. Torrance challenges this perception by demonstrating that Kierkegaard was devoted to the idea of Christian conversion as a transformative process of becoming. Torrance focuses on 'becoming a Christian' as a particular theological theme that deserves further attention — how 'becoming a Christian' or Christian transformation should be construed in relation to God's initiating and active relationship to the person. He also considers how Kierkegaard was able to negotiate his emphasis on the God-relationship with his emphasis on the importance of individual reflection, decision and action in the Christian life.

The Psychotheology of Sin and Salvation

An Analysis of the Meaning of the Death of Christ in Light of the Psychoanalytical Reading of Paul Paul V. Axton, Central Christian College of the Bible, USA "The strength of the work lies in its ability to create a theological discourse between Pauline language in Romans 6-8 and contemporary psychoanalytical theory as articulated by Sigmund Freud, Jacques Lacan, and Slavoj Žižek ... Axton's work is impressive in its creativity and breadth of knowledge ... and opens new possibilities for considering Paul's thought." The Expository Times UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 232 pages PB 9780567682499 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567659408 Individual eBook 9780567659422 Library eBook 9780567659415 T&T Clark

Between Humanist Philosophy and Apocalyptic Theology

The Twentieth Century Sojourn of Samuel Štefan Osuský Paul R. Hinlicky, Roanoke College, USA "[An] erudite intellectual biography ... This book exhumes [Osuský's] intellectual legacy. It does this by exhaustive analysis and by extensive summaries of his numerous writings, supplemented by situating him within the currents of Lutheran theology."Theology UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567683816 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567660183 Individual eBook 9780567660206 Library eBook 9780567660190 T&T Clark

T&T Clark Companion to the Theology of Kierkegaard

Edited by David J. Gouwens, Brite Divinity School, USA & Aaron Edwards, Cliff College, UK Beginning with essays on key interpretive factors involved in approaching Kierkegaard's complex corpus, there are also historical accounts of his theological development, followed by – for the first time in a single volume – focused expositions of Kierkegaard's approach to particular doctrinal themes, from those oft-discussed in his work (e.g. Christology) to those more understated (e.g. Pneumatology). The book concludes with possible theological trajectories for Kierkegaard's thought in the 21st century. UK February 2019 • US February 2019 • 592 pages HB 9780567667076 • £130.00 / $176.00 Individual eBook 9780567667083 Library eBook 9780567667090 T&T Clark

UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 232 pages PB 9780567683540 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567661210 Individual eBook 9780567661197 Library eBook 9780567661203 T&T Clark

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Imitating Christ in Magwi

Edited by Rebecca Todd Peters, Elon University, USA & Grace Yia-Hei Kao, Claremont School of Theology, USA

Todd D. Whitmore, University of Notre Dame, USA

Feminist Reflections on Women's Lives

For the last fifty years, feminist theologians have sought to reimagine Christian theology in ways that speak to the realities and complexities of women’s lives. They have also sought to use women’s experience as the starting point for theological reflection in the same way that men’s lives have shaped the history of Christian theology for the past 2000 years. In this book, feminist Christian scholars of theology and religion use the tools of their trade to examine powerful personal life experiences and to search for new and empowering ways of understanding the power of the sacred as they have experienced it. UK December 2018 • US December 2018 • 176 pages PB 9780567683007 • £17.99 / $24.95 • HB 9780567683014 • £55.00 / $74.00 Individual eBook 9780567683021 Library eBook 9780567683038 T&T Clark

An Anthropological Theology

This book achieves two things. First, focusing on indigenous Roman Catholics in northern Uganda and South Sudan, it is a detailed ethnography of how a community sustains hope in the midst of one of the most brutal wars in recent memory - that between the Ugandan government and the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army. Second, it puts out a call for theology itself to be a practice of imitating Christ. Such practice requires both living among people on the far margins of society and articulating a theology that foregrounds the daily, if extraordinary, lives of people. UK December 2018 • US December 2018 • 432 pages • 5 b/w illustrations PB 9780567684172 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9780567684189 • £95.00 / $128.00 Individual eBook 9780567684196 Library eBook 9780567684202 T&T Clark

The Freedom of a Christian Ethicist

Christ, Church and World

Edited by Brian Brock, University of Aberdeen, UK & Michael Mawson, University of Aberdeen, UK

Edited by Michael Mawson, University of Aberdeen, UK & Philip G. Ziegler, University of Aberdeen, UK

The Future of a Reformation Legacy

"Recent Protestant ethics is notable for its ecumenism. This provocative volume - without anxiety, caricature, or triumphalism - adopts a fresh approach by rethinking the distinctive legacies of various Reformation sources themselves. At a time when this inheritance can be met with indifference or suspicion, The Freedom of a Christian Ethicist assembles a stellar group of essays that speak to urgent questions of theory and practice. This diverse assessment by leading scholars will be of interest to many beyond the "guild" of Christian ethics. But it is a must read for those within it." Eric Gregory, Princeton University, USA UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567683649 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567665959 Individual eBook 9780567665966 Library eBook 9780567665973 T&T Clark

The Seductiveness of Virtue

Abraham Joshua Heschel and John Paul II on Morality and Personal Fulfillment John J. Fitzgerald, St. John's University, New York, USA "[F]or those who do regard happiness as life’s summum bonum, Fitzgerald’s brief book is an excellent place to look if one is searching for substantive suggestions on how not only to pursue happiness but to achieve it. The Seductiveness of Virtue, in putting two of the most important modern theologians of their respective faiths in conversation with each other on the topic of whether living ethically can lead to happiness, results in a felicitous theological antiphony, and makes for an excellent contribution to the fields of interfaith dialogue, moral theology, and comparative ethics." Journal of Jewish Ethics UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 240 pages PB 9780567682475 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567657008 Individual eBook 9780567660329 Library eBook 9780567657015 T&T Clark


Encountering the Sacred

New Studies in Bonhoeffer's Theology and Ethics

"For readers looking for guides through the bewildering array of interpretations of Dietrich Bonhoeffer's life and thought, they could not do better than the group of scholars represented in this volume. These essays put into historical and intellectual context the import of Bonhoeffer's work for our own time and place. I would particularly recommend it for those teaching classes and seminars on the continuing legacy and relevance of Bonhoeffer in the 21st century." Barry Harvey, Baylor University, USA UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 216 pages PB 9780567683793 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567665911 Individual eBook 9780567665928 Library eBook 9780567665935 T&T Clark

Ecclesia and Ethics

Moral Formation and the Church Edited by Edward Allen Jones III, Corban University, USA, John Frederick, Grand Canyon University, USA, John Anthony Dunne, St. Andrew's University, UK, Eric Lewellen, St. Andrew's University, UK & Janghoon Park, St. Andrew's University, UK Considers ecclesial ethics within its theological, theoretical and exegetical contexts. These chapters critically examine hot-button issues such as the ‘virtual self’ in the digital age, economics, and attitudes to war. The collection includes luminaries such as N.T. Wright, Michael J. Gorman, Stanley Hauerwas and Dennis Hollinger, as well as new theological and exegetical voices. UK November 2018 • US November 2018 • 232 pages PB 9780567685308 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567664006 Individual eBook 9780567664020 Library eBook 9780567664013 T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



T&T Clark Enquiries in Theological Ethics Series Editors: Brian Brock, University of Aberdeen, UK & Susan F. Parsons, editor of Studies of Christian Ethics Particularly since the mid-20th century, the fields of Christian ethics and moral theology have expanded and flourished within the academy and have found expression in a range of engagements with issues arising in personal and public life. Theologians of differing ecclesial loyalties have found common concerns within the discipline of theological ethics, developing deeper intellectual friendships through fresh critical investigations of the Christian inheritance and the modes of godly being it commends. This series seeks to foster that spirit as a witness of Christian faith in the contemporary world among those of other faiths and of none.

Sabbath Rest as Vocation

The Limit of Responsibility

Autumn Alcott Ridenour, Merrimack College, USA

Esther D. Reed, University of Exeter, UK

Aging Toward Death

“Through its insightful interpretations of Augustine and Barth and its deep understanding of the later stages of life, this wonderful book reclaims aging as a moral and spiritual practice, not only for the aging themselves but also for those who accompany them. It is both theologically rich and practically wise, and it deftly manages to be hopeful without being sanguine. I strongly recommend it to everyone who is concerned with the theology, ethics, or pastoral care of the aging and especially to those who are preparing for this stage of life.” Gerald McKenny, University of Notre Dame, USA

This volume frames the question of responsibility as a problem of agency in relation to the systems and structures of globalization. According to Ricoeur responsibility is a “shattered concept” when considered too narrowly as a problem of act, agency and individual freedom. To examine this Esther Reed engages with writings by major modern (Schleiermacher, Hegel, Marx, Weber) and post-liberal (Buber, Levinas, Derrida, Badiou, Butler, Young, Critchley) theorists to illustrate the shift from an ethnic responsibility built on notions of accountability and attributions to an ethic responsibility that starts variously from the ‘other’.

UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 272 pages HB 9780567679208 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567679215 Library eBook 9780567679222 Series: T&T Clark Enquiries in Theological Ethics • T&T Clark

UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 288 pages HB 9780567679345 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567679383 Library eBook 9780567679352 Series: T&T Clark Enquiries in Theological Ethics • T&T Clark

The Promise of Martin Luther's Political Theology

Beginnings: Interrogating Hauerwas

Michael Richard Laffin, University of Aberdeen, UK

Edited by Kevin Hargaden, University of Aberdeen, UK

Freeing Luther from the Modern Political Narrative

Laffin demonstrates the promise of Martin Luther’s thought for contemporary political theology by showing how Luther has been over-determined in his shaping of modernity, which frequently deafens us to his unique contribution. In contrast to the dominant narratives of political modernity, Laffin focuses on the political significance of areas in Luther’s corpus often neglected in modern accounts of his political thought, especially his commentaries on scripture and writings on the sacraments. UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 272 pages PB 9780567681225 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567669896 Individual eBook 9780567669919 Library eBook 9780567669902 Series: T&T Clark Enquiries in Theological Ethics • T&T Clark


Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Ethics for a Globalizing Era

Brian Brock, University of Aberdeen, UK & Stanley Hauerwas, Duke University, USA

Brian Brock interviews Stanley Hauerwas and discusses a wide variety of topics: the role of autobiography in Christian ethics, the problem of race in the modern academy, Hauerwas' work on disability, his criticism of the discipline of medical ethics, his views on just war and pacifism, and gender. Brock challenges Hauerwas to talk about his positions on issues that he normally does not discuss, including accusations of his racism, misogyny, and that his position on Yoder is too forgiving. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 368 pages PB 9780567683830 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567669957 Individual eBook 9780567669971 Library eBook 9780567669964 Series: T&T Clark Enquiries in Theological Ethics • T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

Series Editors: Gavin D'Costa, University of Bristol, UK, Peter Hampson, Blackfriars Hall, Oxford, UK, William J. Abraham, Southern Methodist University, USA & Zoë Lehmann Imfeld, University of Bern, Switzerland This series facilitates a creative and imaginative role for the Christian theological perspective within the university setting, working from the premise that religious culture can make a valuable contribution to wider university education.

Our Common Cosmos

Vulnerability and Care

Edited by Zoë Lehmann Imfeld, University of Bern, Switzerland & Andreas Losch, University of Bern, Switzerland

Andrew Sloane, University of New South Wales, Australia

Exploring the Future of Theology, Human Culture and Space Sciences

The discussion offered in this volume sees the 'community' as central to a sustainable and ethical approach to earth and space sciences. The essays examine the role of theology in this communal approach, but recognize theology itself as part of a community of humanities disciplines. The volume acknowledges the plurality of views on the contemporary interaction between science, ethics and theology, aesthetics, philosophy of science and shows how a constructive and sustainable dialogue is needed within the current scientific climate. UK December 2018 • US December 2018 • 208 pages HB 9780567680167 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567680181 Library eBook 9780567680174 Series: Religion and the University • T&T Clark

Christian Reflections on the Philosophy of Medicine

Medical and bioethical issues have spawned a great deal of debate in both public and academic contexts. Little has been done, however, to engage with the underlying issues of the nature of medicine and its role in human community. Andrew Sloane fills that gap by providing Christian philosophical and theological reflections on the nature and purposes of medicine, and its role in a Christian understanding of human society. Sloane provides Christians with a coherent and integrated understanding of medicine as a social practice which challenges assumptions about the nature of medicine. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567683618 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567316776 Individual eBook 9780567001085 Library eBook 9780567409775 Series: Religion and the University • T&T Clark

On Animals

Schools of Faith

David L. Clough, University of Chester, UK

Edited by Bruce McCormack, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA & David Fergusson, University of Edinburgh, UK

Volume II: Theological Ethics This volume follows on from On Animals Volume I: Systematic Theology (2012). Here, Clough argues that Christian beliefs about other animals and their place before God have radical implications for changed practice in human dealings with other animals. Following an introduction examining the task of theological ethics in relation to animals and the way it relates to other accounts of animal ethics, the book is structured around particular topics: using other animals for food, for clothing, as research subjects, as labourers, for sport and entertainment, as pets or companions, and as the targets of environmental and conservation initiatives. UK December 2018 • US December 2018 • 320 pages HB 9780567660862 • £100.00 / $136.00 Individual eBook 9780567660886 Library eBook 9780567660879 T&T Clark


Religion and the University

Essays on Theology, Ethics and Education

The contributors to this volume, all leading theologians and ethicists, offer reflections on historical and contemporary theology that are also significant for wider debate on the form and content of Christian theological education and ministerial formation in the world today. This volume consists of three sections devoted to historical theology, contemporary theology and ethics, and theological education. UK January 2019 • US January 2019 • 304 pages HB 9780567667939 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567667953 Library eBook 9780567667946 T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



Modern Orthodox Theology

Paul Ladouceur, University of Toronto, Canada Modern Orthodox theology represents a continuity of the Eastern Christian theological tradition stretching back to the early Church and especially to the Ancient Fathers of the Church. This volume considers the full range of modern Orthodox theology, historically, geographically and thematically. Designed for classroom use, the book features case studies, a detailed index, and a list of recommended readings at the end of each chapter. UK January 2019 • US January 2019 • 496 pages PB 9780567664822 • £29.99 / $39.95 • HB 9780567664815 • £95.00 / $128.00 Individual eBook 9780567664846 Library eBook 9780567664839 T&T Clark

Space, Time and Resurrection Thomas F. Torrance

Thomas F. Torrance sets out the biblical approach to the Resurrection in terms of the intrinsic significance of the resurrected one, Jesus; and demonstrates that the Resurrection is entirely consistent with who Jesus was and what he did. The Resurrection is thus taken realistically, and treated as of the same nature, in the integration of physical and spiritual existence, as the death of Christ. This classic volume from one of the premier English speaking theologian of the 20th century remains an important contribution to the field of systematic theology. For this Cornerstones edition the preface is written by Paul D. Molnar. UK December 2018 • US December 2018 • 256 pages PB 9780567682178 • £21.99 / $29.95 Individual eBook 9780567682208 Library eBook 9780567682192 Series: T&T Clark Cornerstones • T&T Clark

T&T Clark Studies in Systematic Theology Series Editors: Ian A. McFarland, University of Cambridge, UK, Ivor Davidson, University of Aberdeen, UK & Philip G. Ziegler, University of Aberdeen, UK Volumes in this long-standing series in the field of Christian doctrine have a particular focus on constructive engagement with major topics through historical analysis and contemporary restatement.

Understanding Affections in the Theology of Jonathan Edwards “The High Exercises of Divine Love”

Ryan J. Martin, First Baptist Church of Grannite Falls, USA While reading Jonathan Edwards’s references to “affections” or “passions” in his Christian classic A Treatise Concerning Religious Affections, most contemporary readers assume that he is referring to the same thing that they call “emotions.” Martin argues that the notion of “affections” in Jonathan Edwards meant something very different from what contemporary English speakers call “emotions.” Edwards’s notions of affections came almost entirely from traditional Christian theology in general and the Reformed tradition in particular. Martin shows that Christian theologians for centuries emphasized affection for God, associated affections with the will, and distinguished affections from passions. UK November 2018 • US November 2018 • 304 pages HB 9780567682246 • £90.00 / $122.00 Individual eBook 9780567682291 Library eBook 9780567682253 Series: T&T Clark Studies in Systematic Theology • T&T Clark

Karl Barth on Prayer

Ashley Cocksworth, Durham University, UK "[Ashley Cocksworth] unpacks Barth’s understanding of prayer and situates it within the overall oeuvre, demonstrating that it is a constitutive element of Barth’s overall project… There is a creativity here and a fresh reading that opens up new areas of thought. The breadth of engagement effectively demonstrates that prayer was a concern for Barth throughout his work; the depth of analysis reveals that prayer is a constitutive element of Barth’s understanding of many theological concerns." The Center for Barth Studies UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567682123 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567655608 Individual eBook 9780567655592 Library eBook 9780567655585 Series: T&T Clark Studies in Systematic Theology • T&T Clark


Divine Simplicity A Dogmatic Account

Steven J. Duby, Grand Canyon University, USA "What a magnificent book. The philosophical erudition of this book alone makes it worthwhile - Duby has a mastery of classical and analytic metaphysics. To this mastery, he adds a rich set of biblical reflections on his theme, demonstrating an equally sure-handed exegetical gift. And his brilliance in drawing upon the Church Fathers, Thomas Aquinas, and especially the greatest Protestant Scholastics forms yet another major contribution. In sum, this book is a surpassing theological achievement of the very highest order. I commend it gratefully as required reading for all Christian theologians and philosophers." Matthew Levering, Mundelein Seminary, USA UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 272 pages PB 9780567683663 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567665676 Individual eBook 9780567665683 Library eBook 9780567665690 Series: T&T Clark Studies in Systematic Theology • T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

Edited by Keith L. Johnson, Wheaton College, IL, USA & David Lauber, Wheaton College, IL, USA “These diverse essays comprise an illuminating investigation into that question [what is sin?], searching the biblical roots of the vocabulary of sin, the doctrine’s historical development, and its dogmatic implications … A lucid venture into a difficult topic. This volume serves as an excellent reference work not only for scholars, but for clergy as well.” The Expository Times UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 488 pages PB 9780567685506 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567451156 Individual eBook 9780567149640 Library eBook 9780567453075 Series: Bloomsbury Companions • T&T Clark

Christian Wisdom Meets Modernity

Edited by Kenneth Oakes, University of Notre Dame, USA “Modern thinkers know they are modern. It is a self-conscious age that, having despised and forgotten the past, struggles to understand itself. “What…am I to make of the world into which I was born? How else can I make sense of that complacent love of moral squalor, that luxuriant banality, that is the singly spiritual achievement of our age?” asks the 19th century French poet Charles Baudelaire via the pen of David Bentley Hart. Deploying a perennial Christian wisdom, these essays provide brilliant insight into modernity’s allure and indigence, offering a genuine alternative to the banality of a postmodernity.” Simon Oliver, Durham University, UK UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 272 pages PB 9780567683809 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567666871 Individual eBook 9780567666895 Library eBook 9780567666888 Series: Illuminating Modernity • T&T Clark

God Without Measure: Working Papers in Christian Theology

God Without Measure: Working Papers in Christian Theology

John Webster, University of St Andrews, UK

John Webster, University of St Andrews, UK

Volume 1: God and the Works of God

Volume 2: Virtue and Intellect

"Webster’s commitment to comment on the nature of theology, the place of each doctrine as well as its content, and to wrestle with people who disagree on both topics, makes for a read which is, in a particular sense of the word, entertaining. …[God Without Measure, Vol. 1] offers an appeal to most every theologically minded reader regarding where theology has been and where it is going." Princeton Theological Review

"Webster’s untimely death prevented him from completing his larger systematic project, and these two volumes can only whet the appetite of those who looked forward to that project. Yet, they may also stir up a thirst for something much greater than his dogmatics or any work of pilgrim theology for that matter. They may stir up a thirst for the living waters, and in so doing encourage pilgrims on their journey toward the visio Dei." Theology and History

UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 240 pages PB 9780567682512 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567139429 Individual eBook 9780567165138 Library eBook 9780567052476 T&T Clark

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Theological Theology

Did the Saviour See the Father?

Edited by R. David Nelson, Baker Academic and Brazos Press, USA, Darren Sarisky, Wycliffe Hall, University of Oxford, UK & Justin Stratis, Trinity College Bristol, UK

Simon Francis Gaine, Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford, UK

Essays in Honour of John Webster

"Just as John was a colourful, sharp, multifaceted theologian, the essays in this book reflect something of that diversity and variety. And so it should, as in many ways this collection is now a tribute to one of the finest theological voices the United Kingdom has ever produced. ... This superb collection of essays ... belongs in every theologian’s library." Regent's Reviews UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 384 pages PB 9780567682116 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567426475 Individual eBook 9780567664969 Library eBook 9780567664952 T&T Clark


T&T Clark Companion to the Doctrine of Sin

Christ, Salvation, and the Vision of God

"The most surprisingly enjoyable book I read this year ... [A]n exhilarating theological exercise." A Book of the Year, Tablet "This is a highly academic text that is also very accessible. It demands careful reading, meditating and re-reading." The Catholic Herald UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 232 pages PB 9780567682130 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567664433 Individual eBook 9780567664426 Library eBook 9780567664402 T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



Pentecostal Theology Living the Full Gospel

Wolfgang Vondey, University of Birmingham, UK "Vondey’s presentation of Pentecostal theology is a winsome, masterful account attuned to all the latest in Pentecostal scholarship. It is both innovative in its presentation of the whole of the Pentecostal full gospel narrative as centred around the altar, and yet broadly Pentecostal—and, at points, ecumenical—in its constructive appeal. It will gain a wide readership, and justly so. Indeed, it is the ideal book for an upperlevel undergraduate or graduate course on Pentecostal theology." Pneuma This volume received the Pneuma Book Award of the Society for Pentecostal Studies.

Theological Investigations into the Concept of Immortality Edited by Philip G. Ziegler, University of Aberdeen, UK "The contributions in this book ... offer robust reflections on a theme that has received little attention in recent years ... They represent a valuable and much-needed resource." Theology UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567684516 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567666833 Individual eBook 9780567666857 Library eBook 9780567666840 T&T Clark

UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 320 pages PB 9780567685179 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567275394 Individual eBook 9780567516848 Library eBook 9780567387738 Series: T&T Clark Systematic Pentecostal and Charismatic Theology • T&T Clark

The Vocation of Anglicanism

Paul Avis, Anglican Communion Office, London, UK "[Avis] has managed to combine ecumenical sensitivity with a readiness to defend Anglicanism. ... [H]e sets out his stall with admirable clarity and cogency. He also develops and interprets [his] basic understanding of Anglicanism in ways that are often stimulating." Church of England Newspaper "This is a hopeful and generous book, looking for 'the Church' and its notes of unity, holiness, catholicity, and apostolicity wherever they may be found. … The essays collected here are excellent testimony to [Avis’s] attentiveness to other voices, historical and contemporary." Theological Studies UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 192 pages PB 9780567684493 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567664624 Individual eBook 9780567664648 Library eBook 9780567664631 T&T Clark


Eternal God, Eternal Life

Purpose and Providence

Taking Soundings in Western Thought, Literature and Theology Vernon White, Westminster Abbey, UK "White's book is both sensitive and intelligent, resting on wide reading and thoughtful interpretation." Times Literary Supplement "A charmingly lucid and stimulating account of an often enigmatic doctrine ... Purpose and Providence is an engaging read and White’s prose is elegant ... Essential reading for anyone with an academic interest in the doctrine of providence." Regent's Reviews UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 184 pages PB 9780567682505 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567663429 Individual eBook 9780567663436 Library eBook 9780567663443 T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

Edited by Joshua J. McElwee & Cindy Wooden Key Words of Pope Francis is a collection of over 50 essays by an impressive set of insightful contributors from around the globe, each writing on a specific word that has become important in the ministry of Pope Francis. Writers such as Fr Timothy Radcliffe, Archbishop Justin Welby, Sr Simone Campbell, Cardinal Blase Cupich, Cardinal Óscar Rodríguez Maradiaga, Fr James Martin, Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle and Carolyn Woo explore the Pope’s use of words like joy, clericalism, field hospital, money, family and tears. Together, they reveal what Francis’s use of these words says about him, his ministry and priorities, and their significance to the church, the world, and the lives of individual Christians. The entire collection is introduced by a foreword by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, the spiritual leader of Orthodox Christians worldwide, and a preface by one of Francis’s closest advisers, Cardinal Seán O’Malley. This is no set of encyclopaedia entries. It is instead a reflective, inspiring, and often heartfelt book that offers engaging answers to the question ‘What is this surprising Pope up to?’ UK March 2018 • 224 pages PB 9781472955777 • £10.99 Individual eBook 9781472955760 Library eBook 9781472955753 Bloomsbury Continuum Commonwealth (excluding Canada)/UK/Open Market

Catholic Social Teaching: A Guide for the Perplexed Anna Rowlands, Durham University, UK

Offers an accessible guide to the main time periods, key figures, documents and themes of thinking developed as Catholic Social Teaching (CST). Rowlands takes a fresh approach by building an overview of the central principles of CST with case studies that relate to contemporary social policy themes, and by considering the increasingly critical questions concerning the role of CST in a pluralist and post-secular context. This is an incisive overview of this distinctive body of Catholic political theology, and a new and challenging contribution to the debate about the transformative potential of CST in contemporary society. UK June 2019 • US June 2019 • 192 pages PB 9780567242730 • £16.99 / $22.95 • HB 9780567219084 • £50.00 / $68.00 Individual eBook 9780567212337 Library eBook 9780567003539 Series: Guides for the Perplexed • T&T Clark World English


Key Words of Pope Francis

Beyond Our Lights and Shadows Charism and Institution in the Church

Learning from the Past

Essays on Reception, Catholicity, and Dialogue in Honour of Anthony N. S. Lane Edited by Jon Balserak, University of Bristol, UK & Richard Snoddy, London School of Theology, UK "These fourteen essays ... are first-class pieces by top scholars focused generally on two of Lane’s long-standing emphases: the reception of thought of earlier generations; and dialogue. ... Scholars and advanced students in Christian history and theology will find this collection useful. ... All the essays, as models of historical and theological scholarship, repay careful study." Theological Book Review UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 272 pages PB 9780567682109 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567660909 Individual eBook 9780567660893 Library eBook 9780567660916 T&T Clark

Judith A. Merkle, Niagara University, NY, USA "This groundbreaking volume quickly gathers a splendid momentum. Beginning with the simple question 'What is charism', Merkle proceeds to explore the place of charism within our search for meaning, the dynamics of human development, and ultimately the prospects for a healthy revival of the institutional church. Anyone who yearns for a thorough renewal of Christian community, vocation, ministry and spirituality will absolutely race from chapter to chapter. I recommend it most highly." Thomas Massaro, S.J., Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University, USA UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 256 pages PB 9780567683823 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567658180 Individual eBook 9780567658234 Library eBook 9780567658241 T&T Clark

Theology at the Crossroads of University, Church and Society

Dialogue, Difference and Catholic Identity Lieven Boeve, KU Leuven, Belgium Examines the place of theology in the university, the church and society and emphasizes that theology certainly belongs to all of these three domains as it belongs to the nature of theology to involve itself in all three spheres, especially at the crossroads where they overlap. With current discussions on theology as reference points, Boeve offers a reflection on Catholic identity today. UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 248 pages PB 9780567684509 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567672209 Individual eBook 9780567672216 Library eBook 9780567672223 T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



T&T Clark Studies in Edward Schillebeeckx Series Editors: Frederiek Depoortere, KU Leuven, Belgium, Kathleen McManus, O.P., University of Portland, USA & Stephan van Erp, KU Leuven, Belgium This series engages with the theological legacy of the internationally renowned Flemish-Dutch Dominican, Edward Schillebeeckx (19142009), the most important Dutch-speaking Catholic theologian of the 20th century. The volumes in this series further the reader's understanding of Schillebeeckx's theology in its context, using detailed analysis of both his more famous and less well-known texts, and providing innovative research that continues his ideas and methods in dialogue with new contexts and theological developments.

A Politics of Grace

Hope for Redemption in a PostChristendom Context Christiane Alpers, Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany "This is the best book on Edward Schillebeeckx’s theology that I have read. Alpers demonstrates that Schillebeeckx presents a starting point for political theology today, in our secular age, that can stand up against the alternatives on offer. Combining theoretical rigor and theological sophistication, with this book Alpers establishes herself as a leader among her generation of political theologians." Vincent Lloyd, Villanova University, USA UK April 2018 • US April 2018 • 240 pages HB 9780567679840 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567679864 Library eBook 9780567679857 Series: T&T Clark Studies in Edward Schillebeeckx • T&T Clark

Eschatological Hermeneutics

The Theological Core of Experience and Our Hope for Salvation Daniel Minch, KU Leuven, Belgium Eschatology - the Christian expectation of final salvation from God - is the foundation for exploring Edward Schillebeeckx's work here. Daniel Minch analyses his hermeneutical theology, informed by access to original texts previously unavailable in English. He examines the historical and doctrinal origins of his methodology, hermeneutics as human experience, and the continuing relevance of the approach today. UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 256 pages HB 9780567682314 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567682352 Library eBook 9780567682321 Series: T&T Clark Studies in Edward Schillebeeckx • T&T Clark

Grace, Governance and Globalization

Edited by Stephan van Erp, KU Leuven, Belgium, Martin G. Poulsom, Heythrop College, UK & Lieven Boeve, KU Leuven, Belgium "A valuable and provocative dialogue about how to construct a social-political theology of grace in the context of globalization, suffering, violence, ecological crisis, and religious pluralism. Inspired by the efforts of Edward Schillebeeckx to craft a credible Christian theology of hope in a secularized and suffering world, theologians from diverse backgrounds and fields have taken up that challenge anew in the proposals in this volume for a public theology for the third millennium. This is a conversation not to be missed–the first volume in an exciting new series." Mary Catherine Hilkert, O.P., University of Notre Dame, USA UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 272 pages PB 9780567684844 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567667649 Individual eBook 9780567667663 Library eBook 9780567667656 Series: T&T Clark Studies in Edward Schillebeeckx • T&T Clark

T&T Clark Companion to Edward Schillebeeckx Edited by Stephan van Erp, KU Leuven, Belgium & Daniel Minch, KU Leuven, Belgium

Schillebeeckx's thought was deeply rooted in Thomist metaphysics, which he brought into dialogue with the existential phenomenonolgy of his time. Together with contemporaries Yves Congar, Karl Rahner and Marie-Dominique Chenu, Schillebeeckx played a key role in the preparations for the theology of the Second Vatican Council. This Companion offers the first overview of all the historical, philosophical, political and theological aspects of his work. UK July 2019 • US July 2019 • 520 pages HB 9780567662439 • £130.00 / $176.00 Individual eBook 9780567662446 Library eBook 9780567662453 Series: Bloomsbury Companions • T&T Clark

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Now available in paperback, the 11 volumes collected here represent Schillebeeckx’s most important and influential works. All translations have been carefully checked or revised, and some texts are presented in English for the first time. The page numbers of earlier editions are included, and each volume carries a foreword by an internationally renowned Schillebeeckx expert.

The Collected Works of Edward Schillebeeckx Volume 1 Christ the Sacrament of the Encounter with God Edward Schillebeeckx Schillebeeckx draws on theologically fruitful work by phenomenological anthropologists like MerleauPonty, Buytendijk and Binswanger. He rediscovers the notions forged by scholastic theology, and thus restores to us a theology of the sacraments rooted in the biblical and patristic soil from which they first sprang. He describes Christ as the primordial sacrament in a reflection on his public ministry, death and resurrection inspired by the universal human search for such a 'sacrament'. He concludes that the church's sacraments have to be an earthly extension of the liberation brought by Christ's story. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 192 pages PB 9780567685384 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567417237 Individual eBook 9781472558336 Library eBook 9781472558343 Series: Edward Schillebeeckx Collected Works • T&T Clark

The Collected Works of Edward Schillebeeckx Volume 2

The Collected Works of Edward Schillebeeckx Volume 3

Edward Schillebeeckx

Edward Schillebeeckx

Revelation and Theology

This is Schillebeeckx’s general introduction to theology. Its fifteen chapters were originally published separately between 1954 and 1962, but the thematic collection offers a vivid picture of the theological renewal in the wake of World War II. Throughout there are pointers to the (at that time new) ecumenical approach to Scripture and tradition, and the problem concerning the function of the scholastic tradition is highlighted. Although Schillebeeckx draws extensively on Thomas Aquinas’s thinking, this early work already shows that he is not a (neo) Thomist in the narrow sense of the word. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 352 pages PB 9780567685407 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567653086 Individual eBook 9781472558312 Library eBook 9781472558329 Series: Edward Schillebeeckx Collected Works • T&T Clark

The Collected Works of Edward Schillebeeckx Volume 4 World and Church

Edward Schillebeeckx World and Church deals with the conflict between religiosity and life in the world. This volume includes thoughts on pastoral work among the working class and the then popular pretres-ouvriers movement. Schillebeeckx looks at some social problems and the mutual interrogation of believers and non-believers, also in light of the ideological compartmentalisation ('pillarization') evident in diverse spheres of European society: education, social work and health care. Schillebeeckx concludes by considering the responsibility of Catholic intellectuals and academics for the future of the world and the church, including the possible significance of a Catholic university. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 272 pages PB 9780567685421 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567054227 Individual eBook 9781472558220 Library eBook 9781472558237 Series: Edward Schillebeeckx Collected Works • T&T Clark

God the Future of Man

God the Future of Man focuses on religion and secularisation, viewed from various vantage points: secularisation and God-talk; secularisation and the church's liturgy; secularisation and the church's new selfunderstanding; and, finally, secularisation and the future of humankind on earth in light of the eschaton (church and social politics). These thought-provoking reflections are presented against the backdrop of Schillebeeckx's hermeneutic premises. In the concluding chapter his reflections on secularisation culminate in a God concept that can function fruitfully in a modern culture that assigns the future pride of place: God as the future of humankind.


Edward Schillebeeckx Collected Works

UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 144 pages PB 9780567685414 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567450319 Individual eBook 9781472558350 Library eBook 9781472558367 Series: Edward Schillebeeckx Collected Works • T&T Clark

The Collected Works of Edward Schillebeeckx Volume 5

The Understanding of Faith. Interpretation and Criticism Edward Schillebeeckx The book centres on two issues: how should the Christian message of God’s kingdom be read in our day and age, and can a present-day interpretation of that message still be considered Christian? In short, what are the possibilities and limits of the understanding of faith in our modern age? Schillebeeckx’s innovation was to extend hermeneutic thinking to the possibilities and limits of interpreting the entire Christian tradition, including its definition in systematic theology. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 176 pages PB 9780567685438 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567172556 Individual eBook 9781472558244 Library eBook 9781472558251 Series: Edward Schillebeeckx Collected Works • T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



The Collected Works of Edward Schillebeeckx Volume 6 Jesus: An Experiment in Christology Edward Schillebeeckx

Christ: The Christian Experience in the Modern World Edward Schillebeeckx

The existence of the historical Jesus cannot be doubted. But who was Jesus of Nazareth? And who is he for us today? In this controversial work Schillebeeckx offers his ‘experiment’: an informative and sustained hermeneutical reflection on the story of Jesus. He presents a Christology ‘from below’, rooted in the synoptic gospels, but especially in Mark and in the Q tradition. At the same time he is clearly interested in portraying ‘the historical Jesus’ as both Proclaimer and Proclaimed. Is the promise of salvation only to be found in Jesus Christ because he was a gift from God, as the Gospels tell us?

This volume is a testimony of Schillebeeckx’ ground breaking attempt to rethink doctrine in the light of the research on the historical Jesus. Instead of starting with Christianity’s great creedal statements about Christ and the Trinity, he focuses on the subjective experience of the first generations of believers as expressed in the New Testament. This choice stirred considerable controversy and a Vatican investigation but inspired and still keeps to inspire readers in their personal approach to Christian faith.

UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 704 pages PB 9780567685445 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567014825 Individual eBook 9780567317797 Library eBook 9780567429223 Series: Edward Schillebeeckx Collected Works • T&T Clark

UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 912 pages PB 9780567685452 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567224606 Individual eBook 9780567299987 Library eBook 9780567192912 Series: Edward Schillebeeckx Collected Works • T&T Clark

The Collected Works of Edward Schillebeeckx Volume 8

Interim Report on the Books "Jesus" and "Christ" Edward Schillebeeckx

The Collected Works of Edward Schillebeeckx Volume 9 The Church with a Human Face Edward Schillebeeckx

This book is about presuppositions and methods of interpretation. Schillebeeckx begins by looking once again at the nature of revelation, at the ways in which religious faith is experienced and expressed in the modern world, and at sources of authority. He then discusses specific criticisms. Can he be called a neo-liberal? Does he devalue the church's tradition? Is his Christology inadequate? What does he really believe concerning the resurrection? Then, towards the end, in some poetically powerful passages, he turns once again to the nature of the Kingdom of God, creation and salvation.

The work outlines the evolution of ecclesiastical office, starting with Jesus Christ and his messianic community, followed by a description of the practice and theology of ministry in the early Christian communities, and tracing different forms of ministry in the history of the Church. Of particular interest is the section on the ‘Complaints of the People’, which deals with the discontent of many connected with the position of women and married priests. As long as women are not allowed to participate fully in the decisions of the Church, Schillebeeckx argues, they will not be liberated, and their complaints will remain a fundamental charge that challenges the church.

UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 144 pages PB 9780567685469 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567148544 Individual eBook 9780567047465 Library eBook 9780567521248 Series: Edward Schillebeeckx Collected Works • T&T Clark

UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 304 pages PB 9780567685476 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567105059 Individual eBook 9780567533616 Library eBook 9780567503923 Series: Edward Schillebeeckx Collected Works • T&T Clark

The Collected Works of Edward Schillebeeckx Volume 10

The Collected Works of Edward Schillebeeckx Volume 11

Edward Schillebeeckx

Edward Schillebeeckx

Church: The Human Story of God

By the end of the 20th century, many believers have left the unworldly 'super-naturalistic' preconciliar church behind. Those who leave the church, often leave a church that claims to be the direct mediator of God's will. However, the church is not a flawless gift from heaven, it is the vulnerable work of human beings which tries to find accurate ways to comply to the heart of the gospel message. This book therefore contains the testimony of a theologian who tried, during the course of his life, to describe what God can mean for people today. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 288 pages PB 9780567685483 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567355843 Individual eBook 9780567237965 Library eBook 9780567394057 Series: Edward Schillebeeckx Collected Works • T&T Clark


The Collected Works of Edward Schillebeeckx Volume 7

Essays. Ongoing Theological Quests

This volume consists of eight - previously unavailable in English - essays written from 1980 onwards, on themes Schillebeeckx had often dealt with before, such as experience and faith, hermeneutics, liberation theology, religious violence, the continuance of the Christian tradition. It also includes his final article on a new approach to the sacraments. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 240 pages PB 9780567685490 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567641540 Individual eBook 9780567308801 Library eBook 9780567630155 Series: Edward Schillebeeckx Collected Works • T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

A New Biography Philip C. Almond, University of Queensland, Australia In this sequel to his earlier biography of the Devil, Philip Almond reveals that – whether in Judaism, Christianity or Islam – God is seen to be at once utterly beyond our world yet at the same earnestly desiring to be at one with it. The way such paradoxes have been understood is, the author demonstrates, the key to unlocking the entire history of religion in the West. Expertly placing the narrative of divine presence within the wider history of ideas, Almond suggests that the notion of a deity has been the single greatest conundrum of medieval and modern civilization. UK June 2018 • US September 2018 • 288 pages • 30 colour illus in 16pp colour plates HB 9781784537654 • £20.00 / $29.50 I.B. Tauris

A Short History of the Reformation

Helen L. Parish, University of Reading, UK When, in 1517, Martin Luther wrote his Ninety-Five Theses he shattered the foundations of western Christendom. The Reformation that followed Luther’s protest against the sale of indulgences fragmented the Church. But it did more, challenging the relationship between spiritual and secular authority, perceptions of the supernatural, the interpretation of the past, the role of women and clerical attitudes towards marriage and sex. Helen Parish here locates the Reformation in its many cultural, social and political contexts. She assesses the Reformers’ impact on art and architecture; on notions of authority, scripture and tradition; and on oral, print and written culture. UK August 2018 • US October 2018 • 256 pages • 30 bw illus, 5 maps PB 9781780766102 • £10.99 / $17.95 HB 9781780766096 • £72.00 / $99.00 Series: I.B. Tauris Short Histories • I.B. Tauris

The Orthodox Church of Ethiopia

A History of Anglican Exorcism

John Binns, Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies, UK

Francis Young, Royal Historical Society, UK

A History

Ethiopia has the longest archaeological record of any country in the world. It is also home to an ancient church with a remarkable legacy. The Church of Ethiopia is the only pre-colonial church in subSaharan Africa with a membership of around 40 million. This book is the first major study of a community which has developed a distinctive approach set apart from all other churches. John Binns explains how its special features have shaped the life of the Ethiopian people, and how political changes since the overthrow of Haile Selassie have forced the Church to rethink its identity. UK August 2018 • US November 2018 • 320 pages • 41 bw illus PB 9781788313957 • £17.99 / $27.50 I.B. Tauris

The Old Believers in Imperial Russia

Oppression, Opportunism and Religious Identity in Tsarist Moscow Peter T. De Simone, Utica College, USA While scholars have commonly painted the history of the Old Believers as one of survival in the face of persistent persecution at the hands of both tsarist and church authorities, Peter De Simone here offers a more nuanced picture. Based on research into mostly unknown archival materials, he shows them as versatile and opportunistic, and demonstrates that they actively engaged with, and even challenged, the very notion of the spiritual and ideological place of Moscow. Ranging in scope from Peter the Great to Lenin, this book will be of use to all scholars of Russian and Orthodox Church history.



Deliverance and Demonology in Church Ritual Exorcism is more widespread in contemporary England than perhaps at any other time in history. This book for the first time tells the full story of the Anglican Church’s approach to demonology and the exorcist’s ritual since the Reformation in the 16th century. The author explains how and why how such a remarkable transformation in the Church’s attitude to the rite of exorcism took place, while also setting his subject against the canvas of the wider history of ideas. UK June 2018 • US August 2018 • 272 pages HB 9781788313476 • £69.00 / $95.00 Series: International Library of Historical Studies • I.B. Tauris

Believing in Film

Christianity and Classic European Cinema Mark Le Fanu, University College London, UK Examines religion, and specifically Christianity, not as the repository of theological dogma but rather as an energizing cultural force – an ‘inflexion’ – that has shaped the narrative of many of the most striking films of the 20th century. Includes discussion of the work of such cineastes as Eisenstein and Tarkovsky from Russia; Wajda, Zanussi and Kieslowski from Poland; France’s Rohmer and Bresson; Pasolini, Fellini and Rossellini from Italy; the Spanish masterpieces of Buñuel; and Bergman and Dreyer from Scandinavia. UK October 2018 • US December 2018 • 320 pages • 40 bw illus HB 9781788311441 • £72.00 / $99.00 Series: Cinema and Society • I.B. Tauris

UK June 2018 • US August 2018 • 288 pages • 20 bw illus HB 9781784538927 • £69.00 / $95.00 Series: Library of Modern Russia • I.B. Tauris • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



Democracy and the Christian Churches

Anglicanism, Methodism and Ecumenism

Ecumenism and the Politics of Belief

A History of of the Queen's and Handsworth Colleges

Donald W. Norwood, University of Oxford, UK How has Christianity engaged with democracy? Donald Norwood reflects on the way that democracy has become, especially under the auspices of the UN and the World Council of Churches, not just an ideal but a universally applicable moral principle. Yet, as the author demonstrates, faith and democracy have not always sat comfortably together. Norwood argues that if democracy is a universal norm, a basic right, it is not possible for the Church to be indifferent to its claims. This is a sustained exposition – from Marsilius of Padua to Christian Democracy and Christian Socialism – of the often uneasy interaction between Christianity and democratic politics as both idea and ideal.

Andrew Chandler, University of Chichester, UK For almost 200 years Birmingham has been a key location for the training of clergy. From 1828 Anglicans studied at the Queen’s College and in 1881 the Methodists developed their own facility at Handsworth College. Andrew Chandler here examines these two colleges. This is a history not simply of the creation and evolution of these institutions, but a study full of significance for the wider history of Christianity in British society. Chandler blends local, national and international dimensions and shows how two theological colleges experienced all kinds of intellectual, cultural, social and political history in a period of change. UK September 2018 • US December 2018 • 320 pages • 7 bw illus HB 9781788312790 • £72.00 / $99.00 Series: Library of Modern Religion • I.B. Tauris

UK October 2018 • US December 2018 • 256 pages HB 9781784538323 • £69.00 / $95.00 Series: Library of Modern Religion • I.B. Tauris

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Series Editors: Karen Kilby, University of Durham, UK, Michael Higton, University of Durham, UK & Stephen R. Holmes, University of St Andrews, UK The historiography of English theology is underdeveloped. A great deal of scholarship has focused on particular traditions - Anglican theology, or English nonconformity, for example - but these traditions have generally been read in dialogue with international movements, rather than with each other. Alongside this, there has been a persistent suspicion that English theology has generally been weaker than Scottish or German theology for example, a suspicion addressed by English theologians themselves from time to time. By producing high-quality works devoted specifically to English theology, this series draws attention to both individual theologians and the contribution of English theology as a tradition, and enables a more accurate evaluation of their, and its, significance.

Donald MacKinnon's Theology

To Perceive Tragedy Without the Loss of Hope Andrew Bowyer, Trinity College, Cambridge, UK Bowyer outlines MacKinnon’s contribution and context, as well as characterising his work as a form of “therapeutic” moral philosophy that combines a call for intense self-awareness together with a commitment to realist notions of moral “factuality”. Bowyer examines the key influences on MacKinnon’s thought, his focus on Christology, his engagement with literature and literary criticism, as well as his response to Wittgenstein’s later philosophy. This volume offers an appreciation of his contribution and a critique of his legacy. UK August 2019 • US August 2019 • 224 pages HB 9780567681249 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567681287 Library eBook 9780567681256 Series: T&T Clark Studies in English Theology • T&T Clark

Jesus in the Theology of Rowan Williams Brett Gray, University of Cambridge, UK

"This closely argued monograph explores Rowan Williams’s understanding of Jesus as it emerges in a wide range of Williams’s work up through 2008. Brett Gray’s exploration demonstrates—I think accurately—a consistency in Williams’s approach that might be described as orthodoxy with a postmodern twist." Anglican Theological Review "Succeed[s] in shedding a great deal of light on Williams's theology." Church of England Newspaper UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 256 pages PB 9780567681638 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567670175 Individual eBook 9780567670199 Library eBook 9780567670182 Series: T&T Clark Studies in English Theology • T&T Clark


T&T Clark Studies in English Theology

Isaac Watts

Reason, Passion and the Revival of Religion Graham Beynon, Oak Hill College, UK "Beynon has produced an erudite, brilliant investigation into the work of Watts." Reading Religion This volume examines the motivation for Watts’s work in writing hymns, and the way in which he wrote them, and discusses his preaching and prayer. In each of these practical topics Watts’s position is contrasted to earlier branches of Puritanism. UK April 2018 • US April 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567681218 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567670137 Individual eBook 9780567670151 Library eBook 9780567670144 Series: T&T Clark Studies in English Theology • T&T Clark

Spirit and Fire

A Thematic Anthology Of The Writings Of Origen Hans Urs von Balthasar & Robert J. Daly, Boston College, USA Originally published in German in 1938, this highly acclaimed volume presents more than one thousand selections from the various extant writings of Origen, the great Alexandrian theologian. This Cornerstones edition has a new introduction written by Robert J. Daly, S.J., who has re-translated the majority of these texts from the original Greek and Latin, added the scriptural references in the translated texts and an index, and included updated bibliographical information. The book remains a great resource for anyone interested in patristic theology, early Christian mysticism, and early interpretation of scripture. UK January 2018 • US January 2018 • 464 pages PB 9780567658265 • £21.99 / $29.95 Series: T&T Clark Cornerstones • T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



Ecclesiological Investigations Series Editor: Gerard Mannion, Georgetown University, USA This series brings together quality research and inspiring debates in ecclesiology worldwide from a network of international scholars, research centres and projects in the field.

Urban Ecclesiology

Gospel of Mark, Familia Dei and a Filipino Community Facing Homelessness Pascal D. Bazzell, Humboldt-University of Berlin, Germany “How can the Church be a community of love and justice to migrants who live in cities, often as homeless? This challenging questions is addressed, with bold imagination and theological depth, by Pascal D. Bazzell. On the basis of biblical teaching and the best contemporary theology of mission Bazzell puts forth an 'embodies ecclesiology' in which the church functions as familia Dei, an image appealing not only to Filipinos but also to all who work with and for the poor. I most strongly recommend this book for pastors and theologians alike.” Peter Phan, Georgetown University, USA. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 272 pages • 1 bw illus PB 9780567672476 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567659804 Individual eBook 9780567659828 Library eBook 9780567659811 Series: Ecclesiological Investigations • T&T Clark

Theological Dialogue with Classical Pentecostals Challenges and Opportunities

Jelle Creemers, Evangelical Theological Faculty, Leuven, Belgium "[This] is a work of monumental and definitive scholarship..." Theology Journal "A helpful and even necessary resource for gaining understanding of a dialogue between two of the largest Christian communities in the world." Ecclesiology UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 336 pages PB 9780567682482 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567656988 Individual eBook 9780567658838 Library eBook 9780567656995 Series: Ecclesiological Investigations • T&T Clark

A Plague on Both Their Houses

Liberal vs. Conservative Christians and the Divorce of the Episcopal Church USA Christopher Craig Brittain, Trinity College, University of Toronto, Canada Christopher Craig Brittain offers a wide-ranging examination of specific events within The Episcopal Church (TEC) by drawing upon an analysis of theological debates within the church, field interviews in church congregations, and sociological literature on church conflict. The discussion demonstrates that interpretations describing the situation in TEC as a 'Culture War' between Liberals and Conservatives are deeply flawed. Moreover, Brittain shows that the splits that are occurring within the national church are not so much schisms in the technical sociological sense, but are more accurately described as a familial divorce, with all the ongoing messy entwinement that this term evokes. UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 280 pages PB 9780567682086 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567658456 Individual eBook 9780567658463 Library eBook 9780567658470 T&T Clark


More Than Communion

Imagining an Eschatological Ecclesiology Scott MacDougall, Church Divinity School of the Pacific, USA “[This book] represents a rich and striking way to relate ecclesiology and eschatology. As MacDougall successfully argues throughout (with very pleasing prose, I might add) … Christian life is on the way to communion, and insofar as this is true we will need to critically supplement the contributions of communion ecclesiology currently on offer. MacDougall’s volume is a compelling step in that direction.” Theology UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 304 pages PB 9780567672483 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567659880 Individual eBook 9780567659903 Library eBook 9780567659897 Series: Ecclesiological Investigations • T&T Clark

A Theology of Preaching and Dialectic

Scriptural Tension, Heraldic Proclamation and the Pneumatological Moment Aaron Edwards, Cliff College, UK "Should preachers feel incapacitated by the apparent lack of unity in the biblical message? In this wide-ranging study, Aaron Edwards urges preachers to shake off their lack of confidence and instead to trust that they have been called to preach with abandon in the power of the Spirit – even if the Sunday morning message may seem imbalanced. Edwards’s theology of preaching offers solid reasons to proclaim the gospel with authority in the midst of an apparent cacophony of voices." Hans Boersma, Regent College, Canada UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 264 pages HB 9780567678560 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567678591 Library eBook 9780567678577 T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

Rowan Williams, Magdalene College, Cambridge, UK

In this wide-ranging book, Rowan Williams argues that what we say about Jesus Christ is key to understanding what Christian belief says about creator and creation overall. Through detailed discussion of texts from the earliest centuries to the present day, we can come to see the various and subtle ways in which Christians have discovered in their reflections on Christ the possibility of a deeply affirmative approach to creation and a set of radical insights in ethics and politics as well. UK September 2018 • US November 2018 • 304 pages HB 9781472945549 • £25.00 / $35.00 Individual eBook 9781472945556 Library eBook 9781472945532 Bloomsbury Continuum

The Shattering of Loneliness On Christian Remembrance Erik Varden Erik Varden is abbot of the only Cistercian monastery in England. The theme of his reflective book is ‘Remembrance’. Taking half a dozen Biblical injunctions to ‘remember’, Varden performs a close reading of the texts, then lodges them in lived experience through examples from biography, literature, and liturgy. His topics include ‘Remember you are dust’, ‘Remember you were slaves in Egypt’, and Jesus’s instruction, ‘Do this in remembrance of me’. The abbey’s monks follow a lifestyle largely unchanged for 900 years; Varden’s book will fascinate anyone interested in the contemplative life, monasticism, and the pursuit of an undivided heart. UK September 2018 • US November 2018 • 192 pages PB 9781472953285 • £10.99 / $16.00 Individual eBook 9781472953278 Library eBook 9781472953261 Bloomsbury Continuum

Touched by God

The way to contemplative prayer Luigi Gioia, Pontifical University of Sant’Anselmo, Rome, Italy and University of Cambridge, UK

Prayer: A Guide for the Perplexed

Ashley Cocksworth, Durham University, UK

Luigi Gioia’s book Say it to God examining the practice of prayer was chosen as the 2018 Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book. In Touched by God, Gioia moves on to explore the art of contemplation. He points out from the start that contemplation is not a more advanced way of praying but a greater awareness of the presence of God. The defining mark of this awareness is a unique kind of inner peace that coexists with doubts, thrives in the middle of struggles, is discovered even in suffering, dissolves guilt and leads to authentic self-knowledge.

"This little book on prayer is one of the very best of its kind, and all the better for its limpid prose, unpretentious learning and accessible style. It probes back to the origins of Christian prayer and its theological base, tracing how its implicitly trinitarian shape was there from the start and has always animated Christian renewal. Along the way the reader will learn afresh of some of the great theorizers of prayer in the Christian tradition; but more importantly, the call to integrate prayer, theology and compassionate practice shines out as the Leitmotif of this remarkable little Guide." Sarah Coakley, University of Cambridge, UK

UK September 2018 • US November 2018 • 208 pages PB 9781472951007 • £10.99 / $16.00 Individual eBook 9781472950994 Library eBook 9781472951014 Bloomsbury Continuum

UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 240 pages PB 9780567226679 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9780567198723 • £65.00 / $88.00 Individual eBook 9780567682215 Library eBook 9780567682222 Series: Guides for the Perplexed • T&T Clark

S P I R I T U A L I T Y, P R A Y E R A N D P R A C T I C A L T H E O L O G Y

Christ the Heart of Creation

Christianity as Distinct Practices A Complicated Relationship

Jan-Olav Henriksen, MF Norwegian School of Theology, Norway Jan-Olav Henriksen reconstructs and analyses Christianity as a cluster of practices that manifests a distinct historically and contextually shaped mode of being in the world. It implies a complicated relationship between the tradition in which it originates, the community that emerges from and is constituted by that tradition, and the individuals who appropriate the tradition that these communities mediate through their practices. Henriksen argues this relationship needs to be described as primarily practices aimed at orientation and transformation, as to think of Christianity simply in terms of belief is misleading. His analysis points to how Christianity may not be very distinct from other religions with regard to the functional or pragmatic dimensions it displays. UK January 2019 • US January 2019 • 224 pages HB 9780567683274 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567683311 Library eBook 9780567683281 Series: Rethinking Theologies: Constructing Alternatives in History and Doctrine • T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •


B I B L I C A L S T U D I E S G E N E R A L / T H E B I B L E I N H I S T O R Y A N D C U LT U R E

Interreligious Relations Biblical Perspectives

Edited by Hallvard Hagelia, Ansgar School of Theology, Norway & Markus Zehnder, EFT Leuven, Belgium This volume presents international perspectives on interreligious dialogue, with a particular focus on how this can be found or understood within biblical texts. The volume is in four parts covering both the Old and New Testaments (and related Greco-Roman texts) as well as the history of reception and issues of hermeneutics. The chapters assess the relationships between religious cultures both in antiquity and modernity with contributors such as Ehard Gerstenberger considering plurality of theologies in the Bible and church life, and Craig A. Evans looking at how Jesus is presented in Islam. UK November 2018 • US November 2018 • 304 pages PB 9780567685377 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567674241 Library eBook 9780567674258 T&T Clark

T&T Clark Handbook of Asian American Biblical Hermeneutics Edited by Uriah Y. Kim, Graduate Theological Union, USA & Seung Ai Yang, Chicago Theological Seminary, USA

The first reference resource on how Asian Americans read and interpret the Bible, this volume also serves a valuable role in both developing and disseminating what can be termed as Asian American biblical hermeneutics. Part 1 describes six major ethnic groups that make up 85% of the Asian population and outlines the specific concerns each group has when its members read the Bible. Part 2 examines critical methods in biblical interpretation and suggests adjustments that may be helpful in Asian American interpretation. Finally, Part 3 provides 25 interpretations by Asian American biblical scholars on specific biblical texts. UK March 2019 • US March 2019 • 528 pages HB 9780567672605 • £130.00 / $176.00 Individual eBook 9780567672629 Library eBook 9780567672612 T&T Clark

T&T Clark Handbook of Children and Childhood in the Biblical World Edited by Sharon Betsworth, Oklahoma City University, USA & Julie Faith Parker, Trinity Lutheran Seminary, USA

A handbook to the presentation and role of children in the ancient world and specifically in ancient Jewish and Christian texts. The volume is structured in four parts. The first offers overviews of the key methodological approaches employed in the study of children in the biblical world, and the texts at hand. Following on from this three further sections examine key texts in which children or discussions of childhood are featured. These are presented along chronological lines, with sections on the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible, on the Intertestamental Literature, and on the New Testament and Early Christian Apocrypha. UK March 2019 • US March 2019 • 528 pages HB 9780567672575 • £130.00 / $176.00 Individual eBook 9780567672599 Library eBook 9780567672582 T&T Clark

Biblical Reception, 4

A New Hollywood Moses: On the Spectacle and Reception of Exodus: Gods and Kings Edited by David Tollerton, University of Exeter, UK "A very readable collection that welldemonstrates the present quality of conversation in the bible and film, with suggestions of where to further that conversation in a profitable dialog with other fields in the humanities." Reading Religion For this fourth issue of Biblical Reception, guest editor David Tollerton presents specially commissioned pieces on the use of the Bible in the motion picture: Exodus: Gods and Kings, which consider how the film uses the Bible, and how the Bible functions within the film. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 184 pages • 5 bw illus PB 9780567682598 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567672322 Library eBook 9780567672339 Series: Biblical Reception • T&T Clark

Theologians on Scripture

Edited by Angus Paddison, University of Winchester, UK "This book should be widely welcomed … I highly recommend it." Theological Studies This book invites a cross-section of high-profile systematic and constructive theologians to reflect on the role that the reading and interpretation of Scripture plays in their theological work. Contributors highlight not just the theology of Scripture with which they engage, but also the impact of reading and exegesis on their theological efforts. This book will be valued by all those who care for the place of Scripture in theological work. UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 256 pages PB 9780567681720 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567182401 Individual eBook 9780567677266 Library eBook 9780567464965 T&T Clark

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Edited by Richard Walsh, Methodist University, USA This Companion is divided into three parts. First, ‘context’, focusing on the ‘Bible in’ specific film genres and cultural situations. Second, ‘theory’, with a focus on film theory or methodologies and how these overlap with biblical and theoretical methodologies. Third, ‘recent and significant texts’, with a focus on which texts and themes have been most important in ‘biblical film’ and which are currently at the fore. Each section of the book begins with an introductory overview of the themes discussed and introduced. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 432 pages HB 9780567666208 • £130.00 / $176.00 Individual eBook 9780567666222 Library eBook 9780567666215 Series: Bloomsbury Companions • T&T Clark

The Bible, Centres and Margins Dialogues Between Postcolonial African and British Biblical Scholars

Edited by Johanna Stiebert, University of Leeds, UK & Musa W. Dube, University of Botswana, Botswana This volume addresses the lack of dialogue between British and African scholars, including with respect to the role of British missionaries in the introduction of the Bible and Christianity to many parts of Africa. To break this silence, Musa W. Dube and Johanna Stiebert collect expressions from both emerging and established biblical scholars in the United Kingdom and (predominantly) southern African states. Divided into three sets of papers, these contributions range from the injustices of colonialism to postcolonial critical readings of texts, suppression and appropriation. Each section is completed with a responding essay. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 176 pages • 3 bw illus HB 9780567667243 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567667267 Library eBook 9780567667250 T&T Clark

Ethnicity, Race, Religion

Identities and Ideologies in Early Jewish and Christian Texts, and in Modern Biblical Interpretation Edited by Katherine M. Hockey, University of Exeter, UK & David G. Horrell, University of Exeter, UK Religion, ethnicity and race are facets of identity that have become increasingly contested. The modern discipline of biblical studies developed in the context of Western Europe, concurrent with the emergence of various racial and imperial ideologies. The essays in this volume deal both with historical facets of ethnicity and race in antiquity, in particular in relation to the identities of Jews and Christians, and also with the critique of scholarly ideologies and racial assumptions which have shaped biblical studies. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 256 pages HB 9780567677303 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567677327 Library eBook 9780567677310 T&T Clark

Poverty in the Early Church and Today A Conversation

Edited by Steve Walton, St. Mary's University, Twickenham, UK & Hannah Swithinbank, Tearfund, UK


T&T Clark Companion to the Bible and Film

This innovative volume focuses on the significance of early Christianity for modern means of addressing poverty. The volume offers rigorous study of poverty and its alleviation in both earliest Christianity and today’s world. In this light, in seven major areas, an expert in early Christianity in its Jewish and Greco-Roman settings is paired with an expert in modern strategies for addressing poverty and benefaction. They each address the same topic from their respective areas of expertise, and respond to each other's essays. UK December 2018 • US December 2018 • 240 pages • 3 bw illus HB 9780567677761 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567677730 Library eBook 9780567677754 T&T Clark

I.B. Tauris History of the Christian Church Series editor: G.R. Evans, University of Cambridge “The new I.B. Tauris History of the Christian Church series has quickly established an enviable reputation for impressive scholarship.” Journal of Ecclesiastical History

HB £29.50 / from $44.00 I.B. Tauris is a Bloomsbury imprint. • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •


H E B R E W B I B L E / O L D T E S TA M E N T

The Beauty of Holiness

God's Body

Joseph Blenkinsopp, University of Notre Dame, USA

Andreas Wagner, University of Bern, Switzerland

Re-Reading Isaiah in the Light of the Psalms "This fascinating study focuses on the Psalms, but especially on their interrelationships with other parts of the Old Testament - with prophecy, and especially and systematically with the book of Isaiah in light of the themes it shares with the Psalms. It is an interesting, fresh, lively volume." John Goldingay, Fuller Theological Seminary, USA Joseph Blenkinsopp presents a bold intertextual reading of Isaiah and the Psalms arguing that, read together, these two biblical books can be shown to form a single religious vision that articulates the fundamentals of the faith of Israel, with its own distinctive character. UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 176 pages PB 9780567680303 • £17.99 / $24.95 • HB 9780567680297 • £55.00 / $74.00 Individual eBook 9780567680310 Library eBook 9780567680327 T&T Clark

"In this eminently readable and engaging work Wagner offers to a wide audience an informed overview of Israelite reflections on divine embodiment within the context of ancient Near Eastern religions" Review of Biblical Literature Images of the body in ancient civilizations are radically different from body images today. This has significant consequences for our understanding of the biblical notion of God’s human shape. Wagner reveals the distant world of ancient body images. He contrasts these with contemporary models, making the biblical concept of God’s body accessible in this rich and exciting work. UK December 2018 • US December 2018 • 192 pages • 55 bw illus PB 9780567655981 • £28.99 / $39.95 • HB 9780567655998 • £90.00 / $122.00 Individual eBook 9780567655967 Library eBook 9780567655974 T&T Clark World English

Biblical Terror

What is a God?

Jeremiah W. Cataldo, Grand Valley State University, USA

Jaco Gericke, North Western University, South Africa

Why Law and Restoration in the Bible Depend Upon Fear

Philosophical Perspectives on Divine Essence in the Hebrew Bible

"The study is thoroughly researched in the fields of cultural theory as well as in biblical scholarship; it deserves careful reading." Journal for the Study of the Old Testament

"Gericke’s survey is masterly … [his] handling of a wide range of difficult material is to be commended, as is his integration of it in relation to a single theme." Reviews in Religion and Theology

Examines law in the Hebrew Bible from the starting point that law and restoration were not always central themes for the Bible but became so in the writing of texts, as the products of selfish desire and the wish to preserve collective identity rather than as altruistic structures based on human flourishing. Cataldo engages with Žižek, Foucault, and Deleuze and their theories of relation and difference in forming his argument.

Examines the question of what, according to the Hebrew Bible, an Elohim (God/god) was assumed to be. As a supplement to the tradition of predominantly linguistic, historical, literary, comparative, social-scientific and related approaches seeking to answer the question, Gericke offers a variety of experimental philosophical perspectives which examine how Elohim could be considered from and within the perspectives of an extremely wide range of philosophers.

UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567682628 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567670816 Individual eBook 9780567670830 Library eBook 9780567670823 T&T Clark

Judges: A Critical & Rhetorical Commentary Richard D. Nelson, Southern Methodist University, USA

The book of Judges is part of the world’s literary and cultural canon, and as such it provides insights about political leadership, gender relationships, power disparities, personal strengths and weakness, as well as social and political ethics. This volume by Richard D. Nelson is both critical and rhetorical. Together these aspects enable Nelson to provide a bold new commentary on Judges that is broad in scope and pays close attention to every detail of the text. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 336 pages PB 9780567683861 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567673091 Library eBook 9780567673107 T&T Clark


The Anthropomorphic God in the Old Testament

UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 176 pages PB 9780567683595 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567671677 Individual eBook 9780567671684 Library eBook 9780567671707 T&T Clark

The Chronicles of the Kings of Judah

2 Chronicles 10 - 36: A New Translation and Commentary Yigal Levin, Bar-Ilan University, Israel An in-depth critical commentary on the latter part of the second book of Chronicles. Yigal Levin examines all the literary, historical, geographical and ideological issues revelant to the text and presents a close reading of the Hebrew text. In particular the work draws on Levin's geographical expertise, and includes several specially drawn maps. Levin will cover the earlier parts of the text in two future volumes. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 512 pages • 10 bw illus PB 9780567683908 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567671714 Library eBook 9780567671721 T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

Series Editors: Athalya Brenner-Idan, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Daniel Patte, Vanderbilt University, USA & Gale A. Yee, Episcopal Divinity School, USA This series gathers scholarly voices from diverse contexts and social locations to bring new or unfamiliar facets of biblical texts to light. Each volume in the series focuses on a particular biblical text (or collection of texts) and provides cutting edge scholarly responses to the text from a range of viewpoints.

The Five Scrolls

Samuel, Kings and Chronicles I

Edited by Athalya Brenner-Idan, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Gale A. Yee, Episcopal Divinity School, USA & Archie C.C. Lee, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Edited by Athalya Brenner-Idan, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands & Archie C.C. Lee, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Texts @ Contexts

In this collection, scholars from diverse geographical locations revisit a cluster of five biblical texts: Ruth, Song of Songs, Qoheleth, Lamentations and Esther. The volume presents various viewpoints and contexts—geographical, communal, religious, social, economical and ethical. Matching scholarship with social awareness, the contributors keep asking themselves and their readers a dualfaced question: how does our life context influence our scholarly and non-scholarly readings of the Bible, and how does reading the Bible critically influence our life? UK February 2018 • US February 2018 • 248 pages HB 9780567678935 • £85.00 / $114.00 Library eBook 9780567678942 Series: Texts @ Contexts • T&T Clark

Postcolonial Commentary and the Old Testament

Edited by Hemchand Gossai, Northern Virginia Community College, USA Written by scholars who represent a spectrum of national, indigenous, and diasporic contexts this is the first volume to provide a wide range of postcolonial interpretations of and commentaries upon significant texts in the Hebrew Bible. The volume intersects with the work of the key theorists in postcolonial studies to demonstrate how historical criticism, postmodernism, and the important concerns of postcolonial readings may be integrated to obtain an informed explanation of the Hebrew Bible and the writings of early Judaism. UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 344 pages HB 9780567680952 • £120.00 / $162.00 Individual eBook 9780567680990 Library eBook 9780567680969 T&T Clark

Texts @ Contexts

"This latest contribution to an established series continues to be attentive both to the contexts of biblical texts and to the contexts of biblical interpreters" Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Offers new readings of these so-called 'historical books' including Asian-American and Chinese readings, issues of land, genealogy and maleness. The authors challenge us to consider how we deal with cultural distances between ourselves and these ancient writings, and between one another in the contemporary world. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567682604 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567671158 Individual eBook 9780567671172 Library eBook 9780567671165 Series: Texts @ Contexts • T&T Clark

H E B R E W B I B L E / O L D T E S TA M E N T

Texts @ Contexts

Jeremiah Under the Shadow of Duhm A Critique of Poetic Form as a Criterion Authenticity Joseph M. Henderson, Biola University, USA Henderson argues against a basic assumption of modern Jeremiah scholarship: that poetic form indicates authenticity. Henderson shows how this assumption, introduced by Bernhard Duhm (1901) is shown to be founded on the Romantic identification of prophecy and poetry pioneered by Robert Lowth (1753). Further Henderson outlines how Duhm’s assumption allowed him to create a biography of Jeremiah that closely resembles a Romantic Bildungsroman and to bring the book into conformity with a reconstruction of Israel’s religious history rooted in Romantic historicism. UK March 2019 • US March 2019 • 336 pages HB 9780567676467 • £100.00 / $136.00 Individual eBook 9780567676436 Library eBook 9780567676443 T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •


H E B R E W B I B L E / O L D T E S TA M E N T / T H E L I B R A RY O F H E B R E W B I B L E / O L D T E S TA M E N T S T U D I E S 22

The Hebrew Bible and History: Critical Readings

A Biblical Hebrew Reference Grammar

Edited by Lester L. Grabbe, University of Hull, UK These critical readings present the history of ancient Israel, from the Late Bronze Age to the Persian period, as it relates to the Bible. The material is divided into five sections, each with an introduction by the editor. A final chapter summarizes the historical principles that emerge in the course of studying Israelite history. Annotated further reading lists for each section point researchers towards further readings and engagements with these key themes. UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 544 pages HB 9780567672674 • £150.00 / $202.00 Library eBook 9780567672681 Series: T&T Clark Critical Readings in Biblical Studies • T&T Clark

Second Edition

Christo H. van der Merwe, Stellenbosch University, South Africa & Jacobus A. Naudé, University of the Free State, South Africa This new edition of A Biblical Hebrew Reference Grammar serves as a user-friendly and up-to-date source of information on the morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics of biblical Hebrew verbs, nouns and other word classes. It also contains one of the most elaborate treatments of biblical Hebrew word order yet published in a grammar. It will be of service to students who have completed an introductory or intermediate course in biblical Hebrew, and also to more advanced scholars seeking to take advantage of traditional and recent descriptions of the language that go beyond the basic morphology of biblical Hebrew. UK October 2017 • US October 2017 • 640 pages PB 9780567663337 • £34.99 / $47.95 • HB 9780567663320 • £110.00 / $148.00 Library eBook 9780567663344 T&T Clark

The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies Series Editors: Andrew Mein, University of Cambridge, UK & Claudia V. Camp, Texas Christian University, USA Over the last 40 years this pioneering series has established an unrivaled reputation for cutting-edge international scholarship in biblical studies and has attracted leading authors and editors in the field. The series takes many original and creative approaches to its subjects, including innovative work from historical and theological perspectives, social-scientific and literary theory, and more recent developments in cultural studies and reception history. For more information and a full series listing, please visit:

Even God Cannot Change the Past Reflections on Seventeen Years of the European Seminar in Historical Methodology

Edited by Lester L. Grabbe, University of Hull, UK This volume represents the final publication of the European Seminar in Historical Methodology. In part one, long-term members of the seminar (Bob Becking, Ehud Ben Zvi, Philip R. Davies, Ernst Axel Knauf, Niels Peter Lemche, Thomas L Thompson) provide reflections on its work. Part two includes previously unpublished material on the Persian and Maccabean periods and on issues of orality and writing and provides a fitting conclusion to the work of this valuable scholarly endeavour. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 256 pages HB 9780567680563 • £85.00 / $114.00 Library eBook 9780567680570 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

The City in the Hebrew Bible Critical, Literary and Exegetical Approaches

Edited by James K Aitken, University of Cambridge, UK & Hilary F. Marlow, University of Cambridge, UK This volume explores the idea of the city in the Hebrew Bible by means of thematic and textual studies. Chapters address such issues as the use of the Hebrew term for ‘city’, the rhythm of the city throughout the biblical text, as well as reflections on textual geography and the work of urban theorists in relation to the Song of Songs. Issues both ancient and modern, historical and literary, are addressed in this fascinating collection, which provides readers with a multi-faceted and interdisciplinary view of the city in the Hebrew Bible. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 264 pages HB 9780567678904 • £85.00 / $114.00 Library eBook 9780567678911 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

The Relationship Between the Worship of Other Gods and the Worship of Idols Within the Old Testament Thomas A. Judge, Durham University, UK This study questions why the relationship between the worship of other gods and the worship of idols within the Old Testament is difficult to define, acknowledging how various traditions have seen these two issues as synonymous and others have viewed them as separate commandments. Judge argues that there are four factors at play in this diversity. He introduces the first three through an examination of the relationship between the prohibitions listed in the biblical text, and the fourth through a study of the biblical depiction of the war against idols before and after the fall of the Northern Kingdom.

Art as Biblical Commentary

Visual Criticism from Hagar the Wife of Abraham to Mary the Mother of Jesus J. Cheryl Exum, Sheffield University, UK Drawing upon many years of experience in teaching 'The Bible and the Arts', J. Cheryl Exum explores the exegetical potential of Biblical depiction in the art of the Old Masters, and European painting from the early modern period, arguing for the contributions that such analysis can make to research, teaching and interdisciplinary potential. UK February 2019 • US February 2019 • 256 pages • 91 color illus HB 9780567685186 • £95.00 / $128.00 Library eBook 9780567685193 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

UK February 2019 • US February 2019 • 192 pages HB 9780567684288 • £85.00 / $114.00 Library eBook 9780567684295 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

The ‘Geometrics’ of the Rahab Story

A Multi-Dimensional Analysis of Joshua 2 Andrzej Toczyski SDB, Salesian Pontifical University, Israel An examination of the dialectic relationship between the text, conceived as the vehicle of narrative communication, and the reader conducted through an assessment of the story of Rahab – the prostitute from Jericho – in Josuha 2. Toczyski uses his study to examine how this story has been read by various audiences across time, the different interpretive perspectives and methodologies that have been brought to the text and the influences this has had on the manner in which the story has been interpreted. UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 216 pages HB 9780567679048 • £85.00 / $114.00 Library eBook 9780567679055 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Covenant Relationships and the Editing of the Hebrew Psalter Adam D. Hensley, Australian Lutheran College, Australia

An examination of the relationship between the Davidic covenant and Abrahamic and Mosaic covenants reflected in the editorial shape and shaping of the Masoretic Psalter. Hensley proposes that the editors of the Psalter understood these covenants as a theological unity, whose common fulfilment centres on an anticipated royal successor to David. To test this hypothesis Hensley examines the Psalter’s references and allusions to covenant(s) in light of editorial evidence. UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 328 pages HB 9780567679109 • £85.00 / $114.00 Library eBook 9780567679116 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

The Origin of Israelite Zion Theology

Antti Laato, Åbo Akademi University, Finland Laato seeks out the early roots of Zion theology through comparison of the Psalms with Ugaritic and other ancient Near Eastern material. In addition Laato argues that Zion theology is closely related to two specific biblical events, the architectural details of the Temple of Solomon (1 Kings 6-7) and the narrative around the Ark of the Covenant in 2 Sam 6. From this Laato builds an argument for a possible setting in Jerusalem at the time of David and Solomon for the Zion theology that emerges in the Psalms. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 352 pages HB 9780567680020 • £95.00 / $128.00 Library eBook 9780567680037 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

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Other Gods and Idols

Reading Proverbs Intertextually Edited by Katharine J. Dell, University of Cambridge, UK & Will Kynes, Whitworth University, USA

Dell and Kynes provide the first comprehensive treatment of intertextuality in Proverbs. Topics addressed include the intertextual resonances between Proverbs, and texts across the Hebrew canon, as well as texts throughout history, from the Dead Sea Scrolls to African and Chinese proverbial literature. The contributions, though comprehensive, do not provide clear-cut answers, but rather invite further study into connections between Proverbs and external texts, highlighting ideas and issues in relation to the extra texts discussed themselves. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 256 pages HB 9780567667373 • £85.00 / $114.00 Library eBook 9780567667397 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •


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The Song of Songs Riddle of Riddles

Yair Zakovitch, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel In this volume Yair Zakovitch examines the presence of the Song of Songs in the Hebrew Bible, and questions how this enigmatic collection of poetic writings came to be within the Bible. Zakovitch examines the role of the Song in the Bible more broadly, and also examines what it can tell us about gender relations and attitudes to beauty, love, women and sex in ancient Israel. Zakovitch also questions whether or not the Song provides evidence of a female perspective, among the predominantly male perspectives presented in the rest of the Bible. UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 136 pages HB 9780567676139 • £85.00 / $114.00 Library eBook 9780567676146 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Riddles and Revelations

Explorations into the Relationship between Wisdom and Prophecy in the Hebrew Bible Edited by Mark J. Boda, McMaster Divinity College, Canada, Russell L. Meek, Louisiana College, USA & William R. Osborne, College of the Ozarks, USA A comprehensive examination of the links between wisdom literature and prophecy. The book is divided into four sections. The first addresses methodological concerns rooted in issues of history and textual relationships. The second examines the role of wisdom in the prophetic corpus more broadly. The third looks at elements of prophecy within the traditional wisdom books such as Job, Proverbs and Qoheleth. Finally a section of conclusions evaluate, critique and raise new questions for scholars to consider. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 320 pages HB 9780567671646 • £85.00 / $114.00 Library eBook 9780567671653 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Wojciech Pikor, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland

Pikor anaylzes the land of Israel in the book of Ezekiel showing how its preoccupation with the Babylonian exile and the loss of the Promised Land that this entails is directly linked to the danger this poses to Israel’s covenant with God. Pikor examines the motif of land in its literary and historical contexts and in relation to the oracles of salvation in chapters 34—39 as well as the vision of the new Israel and the return of Yahweh’s Glory to the temple. UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 288 pages • 3 bw illus HB 9780567678843 • £85.00 / $114.00 Library eBook 9780567678850 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Perspectives on Israelite Wisdom Proceedings of the Oxford Old Testament Seminar Edited by John Jarick, University of Oxford, UK "An important collection providing excellent contributions to the literature on Israelite and early Jewish wisdom." Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft (Bloomsbury translation) An examination of the wisdom traditions of the Old Testament from a variety of angles. These essays from the Oxford Old Testament seminar examine such topics as the slipperiness of the concept of ‘wisdom literature’, the transmission of ‘wise’ advice for living, rabbinic and patristic approaches to the Bible’s wisdom traditions, and cuttingedge perspectives on such Old Testament books as Proverbs, Job, and Ecclesiastes. UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 520 pages PB 9780567684523 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567663160 Library eBook 9780567663177 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

SOTS at 100: Centennial Essays of the Society for Old Testament Study

Open-Mindedness in the Bible and Beyond

"Everyone interested in the study of the Old Testament in Britain and Ireland will learn much from it about the history of the discipline." Journal for the Study of the Old Testament

Edited by Marjo Korpel, PThU, Groningen, the Netherlands and Lester L. Grabbe, University of Hull, UK

Edited by John Jarick, University of Oxford, UK


The Land of Israel in the Book of Ezekiel

A Volume of Studies in Honour of Bob Becking

This volume presents an important insight into the history of scholarship on the Old Testament over the last 100 years. Presented in collaboration with the Society for Old Testament Study, which celebrated its centenary in 2017, the volume examines the shifting patterns in scholarship over the last century, from the types of subject studied to the demographic make-up of the scholars working on the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible themselves.

The contributions to this volume reflect upon changing paradigms within biblical scholarship, and in how biblical scholarship is taught. Taken together, they offer a multifaceted and informative indication of how open-mindedness in one's approach can yield fascinating results across the study of the Old Testament/Hebrew Bible. The contributors include Hugh Williamson, Ehud Ben Zvi, Rainer Albertz, Karel von der Toorn, and Christoph Uehlinger.

UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567683571 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567673640 Library eBook 9780567673657 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 424 pages • 8 b/w illus PB 9780567681690 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567663801 Library eBook 9780567663795 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

Edited by James G. Crossley, St. Mary's University, Twickenham, UK & Jim West, Ming Hua Theological College, Hong Kong

"These essays create a broad and challenging volume and, in their questioning of paradigms and the diversity of their approaches, they create a fitting tribute to Keith W. Whitelam." Journal for the Study of the Old Testament As biblical studies becomes increasingly fragmented, this collection of essays brings together a number of leading scholars in order to show how historical reconstruction, philology, metacriticism, and reception history can be part of a collective vision for the future of the field. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 192 pages PB 9780567682529 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567670595 Individual eBook 9780567670618 Library eBook 9780567670601 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Monotheism and Yahweh's Appropriation of Baal

James S. Anderson, The Ecumenical Center, San Antonio, USA

The Land of Canaan in the Late Bronze Age

Edited by Lester L. Grabbe, University of Hull, UK "Grabbe’s treatment of the LBA [Late Bronze Age] in Canaan, always a provocative topic to address for biblical historians, Egyptologists and archaeologists, provides a worthy contribution to the ongoing discussion of this fascinating, but complex historical period." Reading Religion This volume provides a series of contributions on the crucial aspects relating to the Bible and the Late Bronze Age period. The volume is introduced with a background essay surveying the main areas of history and current scholarship relating to Late Bronze Age Palestine and to the Egyptian New Kingdom. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 256 pages PB 9780567683878 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567672810 Individual eBook 9780567675590 Library eBook 9780567672827 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Going Up and Going Down

A Key to Interpreting Jacob's Dream (Gen 28.10-22) Yitzhak (Itzik) Peleg, Beit Berl College, Israel

"Argues convincingly that Israelites and Judahites venerated a small pantheon of gods, whose functions and attributes Yahweh appropriates. This book should prove useful especially to those looking for a relatively brief yet persuasively argued study of the development of Yahwistic monotheism." Biblical Interpretation

The story of Jacob's dream in Genesis 28.10-22 functions as a mise en abyme. Close examination reveals that focusing on the vision of Jacob's dream and understanding it as a symbolic dream facilitates a new explanation of the dream as a symbolic representation of the path taken by the Patriarchs to and from the Promised Land.

Anderson identifies five main stages on Israel’s journey towards monotheism. Rather than deciding whether Yahweh was originally a god of the Baal-type or of the El-type, Anderson focuses instead on the Omride era, the first period from which there is abundant source material, and identifies it as the first stage in the rise of monotheism.

UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 312 pages • 30 bw illus PB 9780567672445 • £24.99 / $33.95 Previously published in HB 9780567660251 Library eBook 9780567660268 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 160 pages • 3 bw illus PB 9780567683076 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567663948 Library eBook 9780567663962 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

First-Degree Incest and the Hebrew Bible

"On Her Account"

Johanna Stiebert, University of Leeds, UK

Anne-Mareike Wetter, Leiden Institute for Area Studies, the Netherlands

Sex in the Family

"Stiebert deftly succeeds in examining a difficult subject in a sensitive manner. This is a welldocumented study, full of important insights." Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Discusses all overt and covert first-degree incest relations in the Hebrew Bible, navigating not only the incest laws of Leviticus and overt incest narratives (e.g. Lot and his daughters) but also subtler intimations of incest, such as between Adam and his (absent but arguably implied) mother. Stiebert thoroughly reviews incest studies from the early 20th century onward and explains and assesses the contribution of recent approaches from queer and post-feminist perspectives. UK April 2018 • US April 2018 • 256 pages PB 9780567681232 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567600332 Individual eBook 9780567675255 Library eBook 9780567266316 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

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History, Politics and the Bible from the Iron Age to the Media Age

Reconfiguring Israel in Ruth, Esther, and Judith "A timely book that continues current trends concerning the portrayal of identity in the biblical texts and takes these conversations further... offering keen insights that push the fields of these three texts into some unexpected waters... [A]ny researcher or reader of Ruth, Esther or Judith studies, as well as those with a broader interest in biblical intertextuality, will find this to be a valuable and engaging book." Reviews in Religion and Theology Wetter investigates how the books of Ruth, Esther and Judith contribute to the discussion about Israel’s ethnic and religious identity in the formative period following the Babylonian Exile. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 304 pages PB 9780567683670 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567664297 Library eBook 9780567664310 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •


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Reading Ruth in the Restoration Period Edward Allen Jones III, Corban University, USA

African Culture, Postcolonial Hermeneutics, and the Politics of Biblical Translation

"Provides many fresh insights into the book [of Ruth], especially with regard to characterization in Ruth." Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society

"A compelling case for a postcolonial reading of the biblical woman of Endor." Reading Religion

A Call for Inclusion

J. Kabamba Kiboko, Independent Scholar

With an eclectic approach drawing on traditional exegesis, analysis of inner-biblical allusions, comparisons of legal and linguistic data, and modern refugee research, Edward Allen Jones III argues that Ruth is best understood as a call for an inclusive attitude toward any Jew or Gentile who desired to join the Judean community in the early PostExilic period.

Using the theories of Mikhail M. Bakhtin Kiboko contends that much of the vocabulary of divination in this passage and beyond has been mistranslated in versions used in Africa and in scholarly writings. Kiboko argues that the woman of Endor is not a witch. The woman of Endor is, rather, a diviner, much like other ancient Near Eastern and modern African diviners.

UK November 2018 • US November 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567685339 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567658449 Library eBook 9780567658432 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 288 pages PB 9780567683892 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567673671 Library eBook 9780567673688 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

David's Capacity for Compassion

'Sit At My Right Hand'

Barbara Green, Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, USA

Benjamin D. Giffone, LCC International University, Lithuania

A Literary-Hermeneutical Study of 1 - 2 Samuel

Barbara Green applies seven tools from contemporary literary and hermeneutical theory, to present and examine the development of David's character in the books of Samuel. Green demonstrates how the figure of David can be read as emerging from a young naive whose early successes grow into a tendency for actions of contempt, arrogance, blindness and even cruelty, particularly in matters of cult. Despite this, Green also shows that across the narrative of the books of Samuel David's character develops and he moves closer to the demeanor and actions of wise compassion, more closely aligned with God. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 336 pages PB 9780567684929 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567673589 Library eBook 9780567673596 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

War in Chronicles

Temple Faithfulness and Israel's Place in the Land Troy D. Cudworth, Independent Scholar Tory D. Cudworth argues that retribution theology is maintained in the book of Chronicles primarily through the treatment of the themes of war and temple-faithfulness. He identifies a division of Israel's kings into categories: those who uphold and preserve the temple, and those who neglect it. The Chronicler illustrates how, based on their attitude to the temple, kings either prosper in the land through military victory or suffer attack. Across all of these cases, Cudworth shows how temple faithfulness always ultimately guarantees peace and security for Israel. UK November 2018 • US November 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567685391 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567666505 Library eBook 9780567666512 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark


Divining the Woman of Endor

The Chronicler's Portrait of the Tribe of Benjamin in the Social Context of Yehud "A thorough study of Benjamin in Chronicles, and a useful overview of Benjamin elsewhere in the Hebrew Bible … A very welcome contribution..." Journal for the Study of the Old Testament Giffone examines the differing portrayals of Benjamin in Chronicles and the Deuteronomic History, showing Benjamin's varied and sometimes difficult relation to Judah in the latter in contrast with the Chronicler's smoother portrayal. Giffone sees in this evidence that the Judah-Benjamin relationship reflects the socio-political situation of late Persian Yehud, and from this draws conclusions about the purpose and composition of Chronicles. UK April 2018 • US April 2018 • 256 pages PB 9780567681195 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567667311 Library eBook 9780567667328 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Chronicles and the Politics of Davidic Restoration A Quiet Revolution

David Janzen, Durham University, UK David Janzen argues that the Book of Chronicles is a document with a political message as well as a theological one and moreover, that the book’s politics explain its theology. Janzen sees the author of Chronicles as having been part of a 4th century B.C.E. group within the post-exilic Judean community that hoped to see the Davidides restored to power, and he or she composed this work to promote a restoration of this house to the position of a client monarchy within the Persian Empire. UK November 2018 • US November 2018 • 304 pages PB 9780567685292 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567675484 Library eBook 9780567675491 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

The Return of the King

Edited by Frauke Uhlenbruch, University of Derby, UK & Steven J. Schweitzer, Bethany Theological Seminary, USA

Michael K. Snearly, Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, USA

Utopia in Chronicles, Ezra and Nehemiah

Contributors to this volume consider whether there are proto-utopian elements in the three books from the Hebrew Bible. The essays evaluate the potential, and pitfalls, of reading Biblical books as (proto)-utopian. Topics include how utopia construct intricate counter-realities, and how to tell whether a proposal diagnosed as 'utopian' from a modern point of view is meant to motivate its audience to political action. Case studies which read aspects of Chronicles, Ezra and Nehemiah as potential utopian traits include the restoration project of Ezra-Nehemiah and the rejection of foreign wives, and consideration of King Solomon as a utopian fantasy-king. UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567684561 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567664051 Library eBook 9780567664044 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Poets, Prophets, and Texts in Play

Studies in Biblical Poetry and Prophecy in Honour of Francis Landy Edited by Ehud Ben Zvi, University of Alberta, Canada, Claudia V. Camp, Texas Christian University, USA, David M. Gunn, Texas Christian University, USA & Aaron W. Hughes, University of Rochester, USA Francis Landy is widely known for his literary readings of prophetic and poetic texts in the Hebrew Bible that revolve around sensitivity to the complexity of language, the fragility of meaning, and the interplay of texts, often returning to the themes of love and beauty, in both the human and the natural world. In this volume, Landy's colleagues and students engage with such texts, issues, and themes using a variety of hermeneutical strategies. UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 272 pages PB 9780567681683 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567224095 Library eBook 9780567295316 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Messianic Expectation in Book V of the Psalter "Provides a great service to the disciple of editorial criticism as it pertains to the Psalter. Perhaps his greatest contribution lies in the area of methodology... an exemplary model of how the method should be properly applied…Snearly’s impressive work is an important and welcome contribution to Psalms studies." Journal of Biblical and Theological Studies Snearly employs the editorial-critical method used by David M. Howard, Jr. in The Structure of Psalms 93-100 as well as recent insights from the fields of poetics and text-linguistics in order to establish a linguistically based foundation for reading the Psalter as a unified text. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 248 pages PB 9780567683953 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567664334 Library eBook 9780567664358 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Wisdom Intoned

A Reappraisal of the Genre 'Wisdom Psalms' Simon Chi-Chung Cheung, China Graduate School of Theology, Hong Kong It has been hard to categorise and identify the ‘Wisdom psalms’ within the Psalter. Cheung reexamines the issues at stake in identifying this group of psalms in order to better describe the configuration of this psalmic genre. With the aid of the concepts of ‘family resemblance’ and ‘prototypes’, Cheung proposes to define ‘wisdom psalms’ as a psalm family which is characterised by a wisdom-oriented constellation of its generic features. Three such features are identified and put to test in an extensive study of seven psalms (37, 49, 73, 128, 32, 39, and 19). UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 248 pages PB 9780567683717 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567661524 Library eBook 9780567661517 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

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Worlds that Could Not Be

Studies in Isaiah

History, Theology, and Reception

The Influence of Post-Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic on the Translator of Septuagint Isaiah Seulgi L. Byun, Oak Hill College, London, UK

"An important resource for those interested in the language and literature of the Hebrew Bible and the Septuagint ... Students and scholars interested in the LXX ... will not be disappointed with Seulgi Byun's work. His research has advanced the field and deepened our understanding of LXX Isaiah. It raises new questions and encourages further research into the complex linguistic world of the LXX." The Expository Times UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 240 pages PB 9780567683557 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567672384 Library eBook 9780567672391 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies & Hebrew Bible and Its Versions • T&T Clark

Edited by Tommy Wasserman, School of Theology, Sweden, Greger Andersson, Örebro University, Sweden & David Willgren, Lund University, Sweden Highlights Isaiah's process of composition and ongoing reinterpretation over time. The book is divided into two sections: the first part examines certain motifs woven through Isaiah, along with their origins. The second part of the book focuses on the history of reception, such as Paul's use of the book of Isaiah, and how Isaiah is used (and perhaps misused) in the growing churches of contemporary Africa. With a range of international specialists, including Hugh Williamson, Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer, and Knut Holter, this is an excellent resource for scholars seeking to understand Isaiah in greater depth. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567683915 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567667175 Library eBook 9780567667182 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •


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Scriptural Traces Violence, Otherness and Identity in Isaiah 63:1-6

The Trampling One Coming from Edom Dominic S. Irudayaraj, Pontifical Biblical Institute, Italy "I highly recommend Irudayaraj’s book… It has something to say about the religious and racial conflicts that have happened and are still happening near and far... a wakeup call for all of us to acknowledge such danger lurking in us." Asian American Theological Forum

Series Editors: Andrew Mein, University of Cambridge, UK & Claudia V. Camp, Texas Christian University, USA & Matthew A. Collins, University of Chester, UK Offers a forum for the critical examination of all aspects of the reception, influence, and impact of the Bible from the ancient world to the present day: its transmission and reception in later cultural and religious contexts, its appropriation and impact as Jewish and Christian scripture, and the influence and transformation of biblical texts and traditions in politics, law, literature and the arts.

A reading of Isaiah 63:1-6 which shows how the image of the blood-spattered 'Treader' (v.3 &6) and the animosity towards Edom (cf v.1) function as a cipher for the prophetic revival of the Yehud community’s theological and social identities.

Ireland and the Reception of the Bible

UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 224 pages • 14 bw illus PB 9780567684974 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567671462 Library eBook 9780567671479 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Edited by Bradford A. Anderson, Dublin City University, Ireland & Jonathan Kearney, Dublin City University, Ireland

Daniel Evokes Isaiah

Allusive Characterization of Foreign Rule in the Hebrew-Aramaic Book of Daniel G. Brooke Lester, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, USA "Lester’s work represents a welcome contribution both to scholarship on Daniel and to the study of the reception of scriptural texts in the Second Temple period…those who are interested in the book of Daniel, the reception of Isaiah, or inner-biblical allusion will find this book to be a valuable work." Catholic Biblical Quarterly Lester argues that the book of Daniel contains a complex but poetically unified narrative which can be identified through the allusion to Isaiah throughout, in particular Isaiah’s depiction of Assyria. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 248 pages PB 9780567683694 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567658579 Library eBook 9780567658562 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Zechariah’s Vision Report and Its Earliest Interpreters

A Redaction-Critical Study of Zechariah 1-8 Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer, University of Aberdeen, UK

Social and Cultural Perspectives

This volume challenges the perception that the Bible is a static book with a fixed place in the world. Nowhere is this clearer than in Ireland, with its rich and complex religious, cultural, and social history. These chapters examine these issues, highlighting the varied ways in which the Bible has impacted Irish life and society, as well as the ways in which the cultural specificity of Ireland has impacted the use and development of the Bible both in Ireland and further afield. UK April 2018 • US April 2018 • 416 pages • 15 bw illus HB 9780567678874 • £95.00 / $128.00 Individual eBook 9780567680778 Library eBook 9780567678881 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies & Scriptural Traces • T&T Clark

The Politics of the Revised Version

Alan Cadwallader, Charles Sturt University, Australia Uses private correspondence and notebooks from members of the revision team to examine the politics behind the revision of the Authorised Version of the Bible (1870 - 1881). Cadwallader exposes relations between an imperial, sovereign nation and the position of an Established Church; the aspirations and authenticity of denominations within a nation; the competitive tensions of national and international prestige and responsibility; and the ultimate control exercised by publishing houses that fundamentally flawed the process of revision and the public acceptance of the final product. UK November 2018 • US November 2018 • 256 pages HB 9780567673466 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567685216 Library eBook 9780567673473 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies & Scriptural Traces • T&T Clark

Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer builds on the work done in her previous book Zechariah and His Visions (T&T Clark, 2014), to demonstrate that the visionary material in Zechariah forms the primary textual layer. The oracular texts constitute chronologically later interpretations. Zechariah and/or later authors/editors sought guidance in the earlier vision accounts, and the oracular material reflects these endeavours. Tiemeyer’s investigation is guided by the question: what is the latter material doing with the former? Is it enforcing, contradicting, or adding to it? UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 296 pages PB 9780567684547 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567665225 Individual eBook 9780567668837 Library eBook 9780567665232 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies • T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

Edited by Andrew Mein, University of Durham, UK, Nathan MacDonald, University of Cambridge, UK & Matthew A. Collins, University of Chester, UK This fascinating collection charts the range of responses by scholars on both sides of the conflict to the outbreak of war in August 1914. The volume examines how biblical scholars responded to the great crisis they faced and shows that with relatively few exceptions, they contributed to the war effort. The volume shows how in many cases scholars put pen to paper as part of a torrent of patriotic publication, bringing their expertise to bear on the matter of war in general, and this war in particular. UK December 2018 • US December 2018 • 288 pages HB 9780567680785 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567685797 Library eBook 9780567680792 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies & Scriptural Traces • T&T Clark

The Bible in Crime Fiction and Drama Murderous Texts

Edited by Caroline Blyth, University of Auckland, New Zealand & Alison Jack, University of Edinburgh, UK This multi-disciplinary volume addresses a range of international texts drawn from crime literature, drama, film and television, spanning throughout the 20th century and up to the present day. The contributors explore both explicit and implicit engagements between biblical texts and crime fiction and drama including works from Conan Doyle, Christie, C.J. Sansom and Steig Larsson. The volume raises intriguing questions about the significance of the Bible as a religious and cultural text – its association with the culturally pervasive themes of violence, (im)morality, and redemption, and its relevance as a symbol of the location that religion occupies within contemporary culture. UK January 2019 • US January 2019 • 224 pages HB 9780567677983 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567686466 Library eBook 9780567677990 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies & Scriptural Traces • T&T Clark

Reception History and Biblical Studies

Children’s Bibles in America

Edited by Emma England, Independent Scholar & William John Lyons, University of Bristol, UK

Russell W. Dalton, Brite Divinity School, Texas, USA

Theory and Practice

"A necessary and astutely judged volume that addresses comprehensively many of the issues, appraisals, and criticisms that have arisen and been put to this emerging field in biblical studies ... England and Lyons are to be commended for drawing together a great spectrum of scholars to advance convincingly the case for biblical reception history in the academy." Theological Book Review This volume sets the agenda for biblical reception, as it begins to chart the near-infinite series of complex interpretive ‘events’ that have been generated by the journey of the biblical texts down through the centuries. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 296 pages PB 9780567672469 • £24.99 / $33.95 Previously published in HB 9780567660084 Individual eBook 9780567660107 Library eBook 9780567660091 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies & Scriptural Traces • T&T Clark


The First World War and the Mobilization of Biblical Scholarship

A Reception History of the Story of Noah’s Ark in US Children’s Bibles "Dalton superbly evokes the way in which supposed children’s Bibles raise tough adult exegetical questions. Though his masterful survey is aimed for a scholarly audience … its readability and vivid examples could also make it useful for advanced undergraduates." Theological Book Review Dalton explores the variety of ways in which Bible stories have been adapted, illustrated, and retold for children. This reception history of Bible stories as they appear in children’s bibles provides striking examples of the multivalency and malleability of biblical texts, and offers a ground-level picture of American culture and American religion in their most basic forms. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 320 pages • 27 bw illus PB 9780567683922 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567660152 Individual eBook 9780567660169 Library eBook 9780567660176 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies & Scriptural Traces • T&T Clark

The Bible and Art, Perspectives from Oceania

Edited by Caroline Blyth, University of Auckland, New Zealand & Nasili Vaka’uta, University of Auckland, New Zealand This volume takes readers on a fascinating journey through the visual arts of Aotearoa New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific Islands, contemplating the multivocal dialogues that occur between these artistic media and the texts and traditions of the Bible. With their distinctively antipodean perspectives, contributors explore the innovative ways that both creators and beholders of Oceanic arts draw upon their contexts and cultures in order to open up creative engagements with the stories, themes and theologies of the biblical traditions. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 288 pages • 72 color illus PB 9780567683854 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567673299 Library eBook 9780567673305 Series: The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies & Scriptural Traces • T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



The Library of Second Temple Studies Series Editor: Lester L. Grabbe, University of Hull, UK The Library of Second Temple Studies is a premier book series that offers cutting-edge work for a readership of scholars, teachers, postgraduate students and advanced undergraduates in the field of Second Temple studies. All the many and diverse aspects of Second Temple study are represented and promoted, including innovative work from historical perspectives, studies using social-scientific and literary theory, and developing theological, cultural and contextual approaches. For more information and a full series listing, please visit: https://www.

Classifying the Aramaic Texts from Qumran

A Statistical Analysis of Linguistic Features John Starr, University of Edinburgh, UK Here, for the first time, John Starr applies sophisticated statistical analyses to newly available electronic versions of the Qumran Aramaic scrolls. In so doing, Starr presents a potential new classification that comprises six different text types which bear distinctive textual features, allowing a more refined method of dating the classification and mapping its origins. Starr's re-visited classification presents fresh insights into the Aramaic texts at Qumran, with important implications for our understanding of the many strands that made up Judaism in the period leading to the writing of the New Testament. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 376 pages PB 9780567683137 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567667823 Library eBook 9780567667830 Series: The Library of Second Temple Studies • T&T Clark

Vulnerability and Valour

A Gendered Analysis of Everyday Life in the Dead Sea Scrolls Communities Jessica M. Keady, University of Wales, Trinity Saint David, UK Uses three specific insights from social science and gender theory to shed light on the Dead Sea Scrolls and the community at Qumran. Underlying each of these three points is the premise that gender and purity in the Dead Sea Scrolls communities are performative, dynamic and constantly changing. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 240 pages PB 9780567683885 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567672247 Library eBook 9780567672254 Series: The Library of Second Temple Studies • T&T Clark

The Seleucid and Hasmonean Periods and the Apocalyptic Worldview

Edited by Lester L. Grabbe, University of Hull, UK, Gabriele Boccaccini, University of Michigan, USA & Jason M. Zurawski, University of Michigan, USA This tightly focused collection of essays, from an invited seminar of international specialists, centres on the question of the apocalyptic worldview around the time of the Maccabean revolt. What is the nature of apocalyptic at this time? Did the Maccabees themselves have an apocalyptic worldview? Who of the various groups held such a view? What are the characteristics of the apocalypses and related literature in this period? Did the apocalyptic worldview itself give rise to historical events or at least influence them? UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 336 pages PB 9780567685025 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567666147 Library eBook 9780567666154 Series: The Library of Second Temple Studies • T&T Clark

T&T Clark Companion to the Dead Sea Scrolls

Edited by George J. Brooke, University of Manchester, UK & Charlotte Hempel, University of Birmingham, UK This companion provides the ideal resource for those seriously engaging with the Dead Sea Scrolls. All of the key texts and documents are examined. A section on the complex methods used in analyzing the scrolls then follows, before the focus moves to consideration of the scrolls in their various contexts: political, religious, cultural, economic, historical. The genres ascribed to groups of texts within the scrolls and many crucial issues are then examined. Finally, appendices include: timelines, lists of kings, family trees of the Seleucids, Ptolemies, Hasmoneans, lists of places and scrolls, information on electronic resources and classified bibliographies. UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 672 pages • 1 color illus, 10 bw illus HB 9780567352057 • £130.00 / $176.00 Individual eBook 9780567684745 Library eBook 9780567590220 Series: Bloomsbury Companions • T&T Clark

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Series Editor: James H. Charlesworth, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA Focuses on early Jewish and Christian texts and their formative contexts; it also includes sourcebooks that help clarify the ancient world.

The Hasmoneans and Their Neighbors

New Historical Reconstructions from the Dead Sea Scrolls and Classical Sources Kenneth Atkinson, University of Northern Iowa, USA By bringing together evidence from the Dead Sea Scrolls and classical sources, Atkinson offers a new reconstruction of the period from the 2nd to the 1st centuries BCE, when the Hasmonean family changed the fates of the Roman Republic and the religion of Judaism, and created the foundation for the development of the nascent Christian faith. Atkinson shows the significance of Jewish sectarianism and messianism in the Hasmonean state, as well as the necessity of investigating not only Roman but also Ptolemaic and Seleucid sources in order to understand the Hasmoneans. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 232 pages HB 9780567680822 • £85.00 / $114.00 Library eBook 9780567680839 Series: Jewish and Christian Texts • T&T Clark

The Unperceived Continuity of Isaiah Edited by James H. Charlesworth, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA

After an initial focus on whether or not there is an unperceived continuity of Isaiah, contributors including Emanuel Tov, Jeffrey Chadwick and John Hoffman examine Isaiah in its original context in the 8th century BCE, as well as in its later editions and receptions. The result is a dedicated exploration of how Isaiah has influenced Jewish and Christian texts for nearly three millenia; moving from the insights and continuity of Isaiah itself to its relevance in the Dead Sea Scrolls, the lives of John the Baptist and Jesus, Paul’s Letter to the Romans and the Intra-Canonical Gospels. UK November 2018 • US November 2018 • 208 pages HB 9780567684240 • £85.00 / $114.00 Library eBook 9780567684257 Series: Jewish and Christian Texts • T&T Clark

The Early Enoch Tradition and the Synoptic Gospels

Edited by Loren T. Stuckenbruck, Ludwig Maximilians University, Germany, James H. Charlesworth, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA, Gabriele Boccaccini, University of Michigan, USA & Matthias Hoffmann, Independent Scholar Leading lights from the world of Enoch studies examine how the early Enoch tradition intersects with the synoptic gospels. Contributions assess the presence of common themes and motifs in the synoptic gospels and in the Parables of Enoch, including eschatological language, the presence of angels, anti-imperial imagery, and reference to sexual abstinence. UK January 2019 • US January 2019 • 224 pages HB 9780567668981 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567669001 Library eBook 9780567668998 Series: Jewish and Christian Texts • T&T Clark


Jewish & Christian Texts

Jesus Research

The Gospel of John in Historical Inquiry Edited by James H. Charlesworth, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA This volume comes to an important consensus: the gospel of John preserves traditions that are independent of the Synoptics and which are often as reliable as any known traditions for understanding the Historical Jesus. As such, the contributors argue for the use of John’s gospel in Jesus research. Contributing scholars include Dale C. Allison, Jr., Paul N. Anderson, Harold W. Attridge, R. Alan Culpepper, Michael A. Daise, Craig S. Keener, George L. Parsenios, Petr Pokorný, Jan Roskovec, and Urban C. von Wahlde. UK January 2019 • US January 2019 • 384 pages HB 9780567681348 • £120.00 / $162.00 Individual eBook 9780567681386 Library eBook 9780567681355 Series: Jewish and Christian Texts • T&T Clark

The Resurrection of Jesus in the Gospel of Peter A Tradition-Historical Study of the Akhmîm Gospel Fragment

Jeremiah J. Johnston, Houston Baptist University, USA All four canonical gospels identify the resurrection of Jesus, yet none detail the exact moment of its happening. The absence of this narrative detail was hotly contested in the 2nd century, when critics derided a resurrection account without credible witnesses. Thus, the discovery of the Akhmîm fragment at the end of the 19th century, which purports to provide exactly that detail, is a huge and surprisingly under-utilised addition to Biblical scholarship of the Apocryphal gospels. Johnston examines the impact of this discovery, and argues for the dating of the fragment to the 2nd century AD. UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 248 pages PB 9780567684554 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567666109 Individual eBook 9780567669513 Library eBook 9780567666093 Series: Jewish and Christian Texts • T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



Colossians: An Introduction and Study Guide

Janice Capel Anderson, University of Idaho, USA This guide addresses all the key questions for students of Colossians. Janice Capel Anderson first considers questions of authorship and challenges students to reflect on why this question has dominated scholarship. She also examines the letter’s rhetoric and context. The guide considers the audience of Colossians, along with the reception of the household code in Col 3.18-4.1 and the controversies that surround it with respect to slavery and the roles of women. Anderson draws together recent feminist, empire-critical, and postcolonial perspectives as well as introducing students to the material culture of the region. UK December 2018 • US December 2018 • 128 pages PB 9780567674647 • £16.99 / $22.95 Individual eBook 9780567674654 Library eBook 9780567674630 Series: T&T Clark’s Study Guides to the New Testament • T&T Clark

The Apostolic Fathers and Paul

Edited by Todd D. Still, Baylor University, USA & David E. Wilhite, Baylor University, USA Contributors examine Paul’s writings within the work of the Apostolic Fathers in this collection of specially commissioned studies. The chapters address issues of influence, reception, theology and history to show how Paul’s work influenced the developing theology of the early Church. The highly distinguished contributors include, Clare K. Rothschild, James Carleton-Paget, Paul Hartog and Clayton N. Jefford. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 256 pages PB 9780567682611 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567672292 Library eBook 9780567672308 Series: Pauline and Patristic Scholars in Debate • T&T Clark

Eric M. Vanden Eykel, Ferrum College, USA

This study of the Protevangelium of James explores the interrelationship of authors, readers, texts, and meaning. Its aim is to better understand how the process of repetition gave rise to the narratives of the early Christian movement, and how that process continued to fuel the creativity and imagination of future generations. Divided into three parts, Vanden Eykel addresses specific episodes in the life of the Virgin, that present a uniform picture of how the reader's discernment of intertexts can generate new layers of meaning, and how these layers may reveal new aspects of the author's meaning. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 240 pages PB 9780567682543 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567667984 Individual eBook 9780567667991 Library eBook 9780567668004 Series: The Reception of Jesus in the First Three Centuries • T&T Clark

Coins as Cultural Texts in the World of the New Testament

David H. Wenkel, Moody Bible Institute, USA "The significance and importance of coinage as an over-looked window into the 1st century world is here vividly presented. A very useful resource indeed!" Larry J. Kreitzer, Oxford University, UK Coins have long been a vital part of the discipline of classical studies of the ancient world. Unfortunately, much scholarship has lamented that coins have not been adequately integrated into the study of the New Testament. David H. Wenkel presents an interdisciplinary gateway to the study of numismatics for those who are engaged in biblical studies. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567682642 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567670731 Individual eBook 9780567670755 Library eBook 9780567670748 T&T Clark

The Meaning of Jesus' Death

From Tomb to Text

Barry D. Smith, Crandall University, Canada

Christina Petterson, University of Newcastle, Australia

Reviewing the New Testament’s Interpretations


"But Their Faces Were All Looking Up" and Reader in the Protevangelium of James

The Body of Jesus in the Book of John

An examination of the biblical data relevant to the atonement, which charts its way through the various theories of atonement that have been advanced through time. Smith studies and synthesizes the biblical material and concludes that it supports both the penalsubstitutionary version of the satisfaction theory and the Christus Victor theory of the atonement, each of which should be viewed as two parts of a more inclusive theory of atonement present in the New Testament.

The idea of writing plays a central role in John. Apart from the many references to scriptural texts, John also emphasizes the role of writing in the inscription on the cross. And then, in the last two chapters of the Gospel, the text points to itself as the place of revelation, as well as to its author. Petterson shows how John produces itself as the vehicle of Jesus’ revelation in place of a body. This takes place through its use of writing, its characteristic use of verbs and syntax, and its mode of revelation.

UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 256 pages PB 9780567682536 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567670694 Individual eBook 9780567670717 Library eBook 9780567670700 T&T Clark

UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 160 pages PB 9780567682550 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567670557 Individual eBook 9780567670571 Library eBook 9780567670564 T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

H. Daniel Zacharias, Acadia Divinity College, Canada

Tribals, Empire and God

A Tribal Reading of the Birth of Jesus in Matthew's Gospel Zhodi Angami, Eastern Theological College, India

H. Daniel Zacharias presents a literary-critical analysis of the Gospel of Matthew and its interaction with Davidic tradition and use of Davidic typology. Zacharias shows how the use of Davidic material presents to the reader a scripturally-grounded redefinition of what it means for Jesus to be the Son of David: not as a violent militant leader, as was expected, but as a physical descendant of David, a healing shepherd, and a humble king.

This book is the first comprehensive work that offers a description of tribal biblical interpretation and shows its application by making a lucid reading of Matthew’s infancy narrative from a tribal reader’s perspective. Using reader-response criticism as his primary method, Zhodi Angami brings his tribal context of North East India into conversation with Matthew’s account of the birth of Jesus.

UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 240 pages PB 9780567682635 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567670779 Individual eBook 9780567670793 Library eBook 9780567670786 T&T Clark

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Jesus as Mirrored in John

Edited by James P. Grimshaw, Carroll University, USA

James H. Charlesworth, Princeton Theological Seminary, USA


This Texts@Contexts volume on Luke-Acts is organized around four themes. The first examines interpretations of Jesus, looking at his childhood, contemporary context, and his teaching – including whether Jesus’ sympathetic response to disease and pain might be used to advocate euthanasia. The second examines social categories: gender, race, and class, including a political and racialized reading of the history of diasporic Black America as a model for reading Acts as a diasporic history. The third examines issues of empire and resistance. The final part looks at society and spirituality, with a focus on modern contemporary contexts. UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 216 pages HB 9780567675705 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567675736 Library eBook 9780567675712 Series: Texts @ Contexts • T&T Clark

Disorderly Women and the Order of God

An Australian Feminist Reading of the Gospel of Mark Michele A. Connolly, Catholic Institute of Sydney, Australia Connolly examines how Mark portrays Jesus bringing the order of the Reign of God. Connolly sees this as a markedly male project against which 11 female characters are portrayed as disorderly distractions who are managed by being marginalised, silenced and denigrated. This contradicts Jesus’ message of mutual service and non-domination. In his death under apocalyptic power, Jesus is depicted as isolated, silenced and denigrated. Connolly argues that this subtly associates femaleness with chaos, failure and disgrace and that such sexism must be exposed and rejected.


Matthew’s Presentation of the Son of David

The Genius in the New Testament

James H. Charlesworth here presents an extended engagement with the gospel of John. Charlesworth's work is divided into four parts. First he examines the origins, evolution and setting of the gospel. Second he looks at the figure of Jesus and historical concerns. Third he examines the gospel alongside other contemporaneous literature (notably the Dead Sea Scrolls). Finally, he looks at John's specific language and symbolism and considers such questions as whether or not it is possible to suggest that Jesus married Mary Magdalane. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 608 pages • 40 bw illus HB 9780567681553 • £150.00 / $202.00 Individual eBook 9780567681584 Library eBook 9780567681560 T&T Clark

Archetypes and the Fourth Gospel

Literature and Theology in Conversation Brian Larsen, Simpson University, USA Explores the interaction of literature and theology by means of archetypal criticism with reference to characters in the Gospel of John. Specifically, Northrop Frye’s system of archetypal literary criticism is employed, which consists of four meta-archetypes (mythoi): romance, tragedy, irony and satire, and comedy. These archetypes offer a compelling summary of literature and form the essential governing framework and means of exchange between literature and theology. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 232 pages HB 9780567676474 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567676498 Library eBook 9780567676481 T&T Clark

UK April 2018 • US April 2018 • 224 pages HB 9780567674111 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567680617 Library eBook 9780567674142 T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



Romans: Three Exegetical Interpretations and the History of Reception Volume 1: Romans 1:1-32

Daniel Patte, Vanderbilt University, USA "The magisterial work of an excellent biblical scholar." Kathy Ehrensperger, University of Potsdam, Germany Daniel Patte here presents the systematic application of his threefold interpretation of the letter to the Romans. The first part of the approach reads the letter for its theological argument, the second as a call to mission and the third reads it as a work of apocalyptic writing. In this first of a projected three-volume work Patte outlines the development of this approach. He then outlines how it may be applied, before then presenting his three parallel readings of the first chapter of Romans. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 560 pages HB 9780567681430 • £140.00 / $190.00 Individual eBook 9780567681461 Library eBook 9780567681447 T&T Clark

Marlene Crüsemann, Independent Scholar Translated by Linda Maloney, St. John's University, USA

Marlene Crüsemann examines the Thessalonian letters in the context of Jewish-Christian social history. Crüsemann shows how 2 Thessalonians revokes the far-reaching social separation from Judaism, which characterizes 1 Thessalonians, and thus aims socio-historically for a solidarity with the entire Jewish people. Thus, Crüsemann argues, the discussion about a "divergence of the ways of Christians and Jews" in early Christian times needs to be realigned. UK November 2018 • US November 2018 • 384 pages HB 9780567683328 • £110.00 / $148.00 Individual eBook 9780567683359 Library eBook 9780567683335 T&T Clark World English

The Library of New Testament Studies Series Editor: Chris Keith, St. Mary's University, Twickenham, UK Formerly the Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement, this series explores the many aspects of New Testament study including historical perspectives, social-scientific and literary theory, and theological, cultural and contextual approaches. For more information and a full series listing, please visit:

Bible and Bedlam

Madness, Sanism, and New Testament Interpretation Louise J. Lawrence, University of Exeter, UK This volume probes and critically questions first, the social exclusion of those characters who are labeled as ‘disordered’ or ‘mad’ in biblical texts and second, provocatively unveils the widespread ideological ‘gate keeping’ and ‘protection’ from such labels in both history and scholarship of celebrated figures including Jesus, Paul, John the Evangelist and John the Seer. Voices (both ancient and contemporary) of those who are frequently labelled autistic, psychotic or mad are among those evocatively juxtaposed here with New Testament characters, authors and texts. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 200 pages HB 9780567657534 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567684332 Library eBook 9780567657541 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark


The Pseudepigraphal Letters to the Thessalonians

Theodicy and the Cross of Christ A New Testament Inquiry

Tom Holmén, Åbo Akademi University, Finland Holmén's focus in this monograph on the death of Jesus as a source of New Testament theodicy reveals a two-fold reasoning: the continued relevance of the theme, and the lack of thorough and sustained investigations into it. With its special role within the New Testament canon and within the New Testament perspectives to suffering in particular, and its significance in the modern discussion of theodicy, the crucifixion forms a fascinating starting point for understanding New Testament approaches to suffering. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 208 pages HB 9780567671868 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567684820 Library eBook 9780567671875 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

Illiterate Apostles

Callie Callon, Toronto School of Theology, Canada

Allen R. Hilton, Wayzata Community Church, Minnesota, USA

Physiognomy as a Strategy of Persuasion in Early Christian Discourse

Uneducated Early Christians and the Literates Who Loved Them

Investigates how early Christian authors utilized physiognomic thought as rhetorical strategy, showing how this encompassed denigrating theological opponents and forging group boundaries, selfrepresentation to demonstrate the moral superiority, and the cultivation of collective self-identity (particularly in martyrologies). Callon also addresses the tension between the importance of "looking the part" for a figure thought to be divine or divinely favoured (who were typically thought to be beautiful or handsome), and the conception of Jesus himself as physically unattractive.

Allen R. Hilton examines how pagan critics ridiculed the early Christians for being uneducated and how a few literate Christians took up pen to defend the uneducated members of their churches. Hilton sheds light on the peculiarity of this “defense”, which openly admits that the critics have the facts on their side (Acts even calls Peter and John illiterates). Why did these authors volunteer such a negative detail? The answer to this question reveals a fascinating social exchange that surrounded education levels in antiquity and made its way into the New Testament.

UK January 2019 • US January 2019 • 192 pages HB 9780567684387 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567684424 Library eBook 9780567684394 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

UK April 2018 • US April 2018 • 192 pages HB 9780567662880 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567684226 Library eBook 9780567662897 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

“The Time Is Fulfilled”

Jesus’s Apocalypticism in the Context of Continental Philosophy Lynne Moss Bahr, Fordham University, USA

Jesus, the Gospels, and the Galilean Crisis

Tucker S. Ferda, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, USA

Lynne Moss Bahr explores the concept of temporality as central to Jesus’s proclamation of the Kingdom of God. Bahr uses insights from continental philosophy on the messianic, which expose the false claim that time progresses in a linear continuum, and presents these in critical dialogue with the sayings of Jesus regarding time and time’s fulfillment. Bahr shows how the Kingdom is something which brings a disruption in time, one that reveals the intrinsic relation between God and humanity.

Examines the notion that the historical Jesus himself had grappled with the failure of his mission to Israel. This theory, known as the Galilean crisis achieved traction in the 19th century but is now largely viewed as outdated. While acknowledging the decline of the hypothesis, Ferda shows how its logic is still present in scholarship and argues that its suggestions about early success and growing opposition in the ministry, as well as its claim that Jesus met and responded to cases of rejection should be revisited.

UK December 2018 • US December 2018 • 176 pages HB 9780567684349 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567684370 Library eBook 9780567684356 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 352 pages HB 9780567679932 • £110.00 / $148.00 Library eBook 9780567679949 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Francis Watson's Gospel Writing Scholarly Perspectives

Edited by Joel Willitts, North Park University, USA & Catherine Sider Hamilton, Wycliffe College, Canada Prominent biblical scholars including Margaret Mitchell and Jens Schröter engage with Francis Watson’s most striking arguments on gospel writing, specifically: the argument against Q but for an early sayings collection; the four-fold gospel rather than four gospels; and the larger landscape of Jesus and gospel reception and interpretation. The contributors ask whether, and in what ways, Watson’s reorientation of gospel studies is successful and explore its implications for research. UK February 2019 • US February 2019 • 224 pages HB 9780567679130 • £85.00 / $114.00 Library eBook 9780567679147 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark


Reading Bodies

A Baptism of Judgment in the Fire of the Holy Spirit John’s Eschatological Proclamation in Matthew 3

Daniel W. McManigal, Hope Presbyterian Church, USA A fresh analysis of the meaning of the baptism in the Holy Spirit and fire and John’s baptism as a prophetic sign-act. Expanding upon the sources, grammar and meaning of the Logion, analysing Old Testament and Second Temple texts, and discussing the prevalent theme of judgment in baptism, McManigal offers the first extended treatment of the baptism in the Holy Spirit in Matthew. Drawing out the unique Matthean meaning of the baptism of the “coming one,” McManigal offers readers a new insight into the nature of repenting and prophetic baptism, whether through water, fire or Spirit. UK April 2019 • US April 2019 • 224 pages HB 9780567683960 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567684004 Library eBook 9780567683977 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



Failure and Prospect

Lazarus and the Rich Man (Luke 16:19-31) in the Context of Luke-Acts Reuben Bredenhof, Mount Nasura Free Reformed Church, Australia Bredenhof examines the features and functions of the parable of Lazarus and the Rich Man (Luke 16:19-31) as a narrative, considers its persuasiveness as a rhetorical unit, and situates it within a Graeco-Roman and Jewish intertextual conversation on the themes of wealth and poverty and authoritative revelation. UK December 2018 • US December 2018 • 240 pages HB 9780567681744 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567681782 Library eBook 9780567681751 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

An Examination of the Aims of the First Christian Historian in the Light of Ancient Politics, Ethnography, and Historiography J. Andrew Cowan, University of St. Andrews, UK In response to the increasingly popular theory that Luke capitalizes upon the supposed relationship between Jewish antiquity and the early Christian religion, this book compares the writings of Luke to the ancient historians Dionysius of Halicarnassus and T. Flavius Josephus. Cowan argues that Luke’s aim in emphasizing the Jewish roots of the Christian movement is not to attain cultural or political capital, but rather to reassure Christians that the foundational events of the life of Jesus and the early church legitimately constitute the fulfilment of God’s salvific plan. UK February 2019 • US February 2019 • 208 pages HB 9780567684059 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567684011 Library eBook 9780567684042 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Old Testament Conceptual Metaphors and the Christology of Luke’s Gospel Gregory R. Lanier, Reformed Theological Seminary, USA

This volume sits at the intersection of three sub-fields of New Testament scholarship: early Christology, the use of Israel’s Scriptures in the New Testament, and contemporary metaphor theory. Lanier argues that the gospel of Luke employs certain conceptual metaphors reflected in Israel’s traditions—“horn of salvation,” “dawn from on high,” “mother bird gathering Jerusalem’s children,” and “crushing stone”— to portray the identity of Jesus as both an agent of salvation and, more provocatively, the one God of Israel. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 304 pages HB 9780567681058 • £85.00 / $114.00 Library eBook 9780567681065 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Portraits of Jesus in the Gospel of John Edited by Craig Koester, Luther Seminary, USA

Considering each aspect of Jesus' identity in its own right invites us to consider how the Gospel of John not only transforms but preserves early traditions about Jesus. The multiple contributions in this collection examine the different ways in which Jesus is represented in John from 'Jesus as a Human Being' to 'Jesus the Prophet'. This examination of John's Gospel takes us more deeply into questions about the way traditions about Jesus were used in the early church and how the Fourth Gospel might contribute to our understanding of that dynamic process. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 224 pages HB 9780567675125 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567684837 Library eBook 9780567675132 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark


The Writings of Luke and the Jewish Roots of the Christian Way

Becoming John

The Making of a Passion Gospel Kari Syreeni, Åbo Akademi University, Finland Syreeni argues that the gospel of John is a heavily reworked edition of a gospel that originally ended at chapter 12, with the passion narrative being added by a later redactor. Syreeni bolsters his case by suggesting that the community schism reflected in the letters of John was about this very issue: some accepted Jesus’ corporeal death and resurrection. Others saw baptism as the decisive salvific act. The creation of the Beloved Disciple motif, and ‘doubting Thomas’, are thus seen by Syreeni as appeals to accept the notion of Christ as crucified and resurrected. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 288 pages HB 9780567681003 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567681041 Library eBook 9780567681010 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Configuring Nicodemus

An Interdisciplinary Approach to Complex Characterization Michael R. Whitenton, Baylor University, USA Michael R. Whitenton offers a fresh perspective on the character of Nicodemus. Whitenton focuses on the benefit of Hellenistic rhetoric and cognitive science for understanding how ancient audiences may have construed this interesting, if somewhat confusing, character. Whitenton offers an interdisciplinary approach to characterization, drawing on cognitive science, Greek stock characters, ancient rhetoric, and modern literary theory. He then turns his attention to the characterization of Nicodemus, where he argues that Nicodemus would likely be understood initially as a dissembler, only to break that mold later in the narrative, suggesting a journey toward Johannine faith. UK January 2019 • US January 2019 • 192 pages HB 9780567665300 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567685636 Library eBook 9780567665324 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

(Dis)Locating Diaspora

Jennifer T. Kaalund, Iona College, USA Kaalund examines the constructed and contested Christian-Jewish identities in Hebrews and 1 Peter through the lens of the “New Negro,” a diasporic identity similarly constructed and contested during the Great Migration in the early 20th century. Like the identity “Christian,” the New Negro emerged in a context marked by instability, creativity, and the need for a sense of permanence in a hostile political environment. UK November 2018 • US November 2018 • 192 pages HB 9780567679987 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567685223 Library eBook 9780567679970 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Christ, Creation and the Cosmic Goal of Redemption A Study of Pauline Creation Theology as Read by Irenaeus and Applied to Ecotheology

J.J. Johnson Leese, Seattle Pacific University, USA J.J. Johnson Leese shows that the apostle Paul’s writing about Christ’s relationship to creation read alongside the astute interpretation of these texts by Irenaeus of Lyon can provide a meaningful contribution to the contemporary ecotheological conversation. Leese shows how Irenaeus’ creation theology was constructed through connecting and organizing biblical creation texts into a Christological framework. Irenaeus’ approach provides possibilities for Paul to contribute to ecotheology, not as a set of unconnected proof texts, but by way of a theological vision where the whole of reality in relationship to Christ and creation are central components of Paul’s theology. UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 248 pages HB 9780567678072 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9780567684752 Library eBook 9780567678089 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

The Fear of God in 2 Corinthians 7:1 Its Salvation - Historical, Literary, and Eschatological Contexts

Euichang Kim, Torch Trinity Graduate University, Korea Euichang Kim focuses upon the phrase "the fear of God" in 2 Corinthians, pointing to the wider contexts these words have in Old Testament passages quoted by Paul, and in writings of the Second Temple period. Kim demonstrates that God’s eschatological promises – in particular his coming judgment, his promise to redeem his people, and his promise of a new covenant – are intertwined with this motif of "fear" and shows how Paul intends for this to motivate righteous behavior.

The Violence of the Lamb

Martyrs as Agents of Divine Judgement in the Book of Revelation Paul Middleton, University of Chester, UK Martyrdom, in the worldview of the Apocalypse, was an exemplification of non-violent resistance. Paul Middleton, however, sees it as a representation of direct participation by Christians in divine violence against those portrayed in the book of Revelation as God's enemies.


Reading Hebrews and 1 Peter with the African American Great Migration

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The New Testament and the Church

Essays in Honour of John Muddiman Edited by John Barton, University of Oxford, UK & Peter Groves, University of Oxford, UK John Barton and Peter Groves present a range of chapters by leading scholarly voices from the worlds of biblical studies and the Church, looking at the study of the New Testament within and around the Church and the impact it has had and can have on Christian theology. The essays in the volume adopt a style of critical engagement with biblical texts, through the prism of a modern and living Church. The focus of the volume is thus not only upon the New Testament itself, but also upon how reading the New Testament is important for dialogue within the Church. UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 208 pages PB 9780567684530 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567660374 Library eBook 9780567660381 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Ancient Education and Early Christianity

Edited by Matthew Ryan Hauge, Azusa Pacific University, USA & Andrew W. Pitts, Arizona Christian University, USA "In a welcome development, biblical scholars are increasingly devoting their attention to ancient literary education. The various essays in Ancient Education and Early Christianity contribute to this end, foregrounding topics such as the texts used for educational purposes (including the Torah, Paul’s letters, and the Didache) and the influence of the progymnasmata on the composition of early Christian narratives … Librarians should add this volume to their collections on early Christianity." Religious Studies Review UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567684981 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567660275 Library eBook 9780567660282 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



Composite Citations in Antiquity

Volume One: Jewish, Graeco-Roman, and Early Christian Uses Edited by Sean A. Adams, University of Glasgow, UK & Seth M. Ehorn, Wheaton College, USA "The new evidence presented in this volume will undoubtedly be instrumental in the study of composite citations, and for those who seek a better understanding for how ancient texts appealed to former texts." Bulletin for Biblical Research An evaluation of the use of composite citations in Early Jewish, GrecoRoman, and Early Christian authors, their function, composition, and the extent to which intended audiences of biblical texts would have recognised and 'reverse engineered' the citations. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 256 pages PB 9780567683939 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567657978 Library eBook 9780567657985 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Early Church Understandings of Jesus as the Female Divine

The Scandal of the Scandal of Particularity Sally Douglas, University of Divinity, Australia "A detailed yet accessible treatment of a complex issue in the history of Christian theology. Douglas has made a valuable contribution to continued discussions about use of language associated with the female divine in relationship to Jesus, demonstrating that such terminology and concepts are a valuable, early, and even essential part of the Christian tradition... an excellent resource that presents and interprets the textual evidence with scholarly acumen and clarity of thought." Reading Religion UK November 2018 • US November 2018 • 240 pages • 3 bw illus PB 9780567685322 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567667144 Individual eBook 9780567668332 Library eBook 9780567667151 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

The Quest for the Historical Jesus after the Demise of Authenticity

Toward a Critical Realist Philosophy of History in Jesus Studies Jonathan Bernier, St Francis Xavier University, Canada Presently Jesus scholarship is dominated not by the question 'Who was Jesus?' but rather 'How do we even go about answering the question, "Who was Jesus?"?' With this current situation in mind, Jonathan Bernier undertakes a two-fold task: one, to engage on the level of the philosophy of history with existing approaches to the study of the historical Jesus, most notably the criteria approach and the social memory approach; two, to work with the critical realism developed by Bernard Lonergan in order to develop a philosophy of history that can elucidate current debates within historical Jesus studies.

New Testament Texts on Greek Amulets from Late Antiquity Brice C. Jones, Independent Scholar

"This is a fascinating and carefully conducted study of one class of non-continuous Greek New Testament texts, the amulets ... This volume will serve as an important reference work for those interested in early Christian amulets in their own right, but more widely it opens up larger discussions about the use of non-continuous texts for understanding the transmission of the early text of the New Testament, and for contributing more evidence concerning how the New Testament text was used by some early Christian believers." The Expository Times UK November 2018 • US November 2018 • 240 pages • 11 bw illus PB 9780567685353 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567666277 Library eBook 9780567666284 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Searching the Scriptures

Studies in Context and Intertextuality Edited by Craig A. Evans, Acadia Divinity College, Canada & Jeremiah J. Johnston, Houston Baptist University, USA This work critically engages the hermeneutical methods used to analyse the New Testament writings, so that the lenses through which studies of the texts have been traditionally viewed can be revised. Read separately, these articles provide fascinating insights and revisions to established ideas on intertextuality between the Old/Hebrew Bible and the New Testament writings. Taken together, the collection presents a solid argument for the fundamental revision of our current hermeneutical practice in biblical studies. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 376 pages PB 9780567683113 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567663825 Library eBook 9780567663832 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Jesus and the Scriptures

Problems, Passages and Patterns Edited by Tobias Hägerland, Lund University, Sweden The four Gospels unanimously present Jesus as someone who quoted from, commented on, and engaged with the Scriptures of Israel. Whether this portrayal goes back to the historical Jesus has been a hotly debated issue among scholars. In this book, eleven expert researchers from four different continents tackle the question anew. This is done through detailed study of specific themes and passages from the Scriptures which Jesus, according to the Gospels, quoted or alluded to. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 264 pages PB 9780567685018 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567665027 Library eBook 9780567665034 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies & The Library of Historical Jesus Studies T&T Clark

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Matthew and Mark Across Perspectives

Kristian A. Bendoraitis, Spring Arbor University, USA

Edited by Kristian A. Bendoraitis, Spring Arbor University, USA & Nijay K. Gupta, George Fox Evangelical Seminary, USA

A Compositional Analysis of Angels in Matthew

Utilizing the Old Testament and Second Temple sources Kristian Bendoraitis identifies how angel traditions are reflected in Matthew’s Gospel, resulting in a detailed exegesis of those passages which specifically mention angels. Bendoraitis analyses each passage in view of its role in the Gospel’s narrative and in light of Matthew’s redactional hand. In addition, each chapter is accompanied by a discussion of relevant traditions of angels in order to illustrate how Matthew’s use of angels has facilitated his Gospel’s message. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 264 pages PB 9780567683731 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567658494 Library eBook 9780567658487 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Representations of the Afterlife in Luke-Acts Alexey Somov, St Philaret Orthodox Christian Institute, Russia

Why does Luke speak about several different forms of the afterlife? Why is resurrection described as a person's transformation into an angelic being? How many abodes are appointed for the righteous and the wicked after death? Alexey Somov addresses these queries in relation to the apparent confusion and variety found in the text, in respect of the interrelatedness of these issues, and their connection with other eschatological issues in Luke-Acts, and in relation to the wider cultural context of the Mediterranean world to which Luke belonged. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 256 pages PB 9780567683847 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567667113 Library eBook 9780567667120 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies & International Studies in Christian Origins • T&T Clark

Characters and Characterization in Luke-Acts Edited by Frank Dicken, Lincoln Christian University, USA & Julia Snyder, University of Regensburg, Germany

"Offers a useful primer in possible methods in approaching characterization, with a set of worked examples, along with a useful up-to-date bibliography." The Expository Times This book brings together a set of new essays examining characters and characterization in Luke and Acts from a variety of methodological perspectives. They illustrate how narratological, sociolinguistic, readerresponse, feminist, redaction, reception historical, and comparative literature approaches can be fruitfully applied to the question of Luke’s techniques of characterization. UK April 2018 • US April 2018 • 256 pages PB 9780567681201 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567663917 Individual eBook 9780567675651 Library eBook 9780567663924 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Essays in Honour of Stephen C. Barton and William R. Telford

The essays in this volume present a state-of-the-discipline snapshot of current and recent research into the Gospels of Matthew and Mark. The Gospels are viewed from a traditio-historical perspective, and with an eye on history of interpretation. Literary- and social-scientific analysis of the Gospels, as well as theological and spiritual readings are also presented. The collection presents chapters by experts in the field of Matthean, Markan, and Jesus studies that freshly examine the core texts. The list of highly distinguished contributors includes: James D.G. Dunn, Francis Watson, Donald Hagner and Ben Witherington III. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 240 pages PB 9780567685001 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567655905 Library eBook 9780567655912 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

The Davidic Shepherd King in the Lukan Narrative

Sarah Harris, Carey Baptist College, New Zealand Beginning with the infancy narrative, Sarah Harris moves to later events portrayed in Jesus' ministry in which he is seen to enact his message as God's faithful Davidic shepherd, in particular, the parable of the Lost Sheep and the Zaccheus pericope (19:1-10). Harris uses this latter encounter to underline her thesis that Jesus may be hailed as a King by the crowds as he enters Jerusalem, but he is not simply a king. He is God's Davidic Shepherd King, as prophesied in Ezekiel 34, who brings the gospel of peace and salvation to the earth.


'Behold, the Angels Came and Served Him'

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Suffering in Ancient Worldview Luke, Seneca and 4 Maccabees in Dialogue

Brian J. Tabb, Bethlehem College and Seminary, USA Seneca, 4 Maccabees and Luke-Acts are united in this treatment of the theme and theology of Christian, Roman and Jewish views on suffering. Tabb presents a close reading of representative texts from Seneca's essays and letters, Acts, and 4 Maccabees in order to highlight the respective authors' understanding of suffering, working through their perspectives on God, humanity, the world's problem and its solution, and the future. All three authors are shown to both expect and accept suffering as a present reality governed by God's sovereign purposes, however defined. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 256 pages PB 9780567684868 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567672414 Library eBook 9780567672421 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



Luke’s Christology of Divine Identity

The Fate of the Jerusalem Temple in Luke-Acts

"Henrichs-Tarasenkova is to be commended ... The book is a solid contribution to the burgeoning body of narrative-critical work on the Gospels and Christology." Journal of Theological Studies

Steve Smith, St Mellitus College, UK

Nina Henrichs-Tarasenkova, University of Portland, USA

Uses the work of Richard Bauckham, a close reading of texts and a detailed study of the construction of personal identity in the GrecoRoman world to show how Luke binds Jesus’ identity to the divine identity of YHWH and thus demonstrate that the Lukan narrative portrays Jesus as God when it shows that Jesus shares YHWH’s divine identity. UK August 2018 • US August 2018 • 256 pages PB 9780567683946 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567662910 Library eBook 9780567662903 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

The Pericope of the Adulteress in Contemporary Research

Edited by David Alan Black, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, USA & Jacob N. Cerone, Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, Germany

Steve Smith examines the key texts which concern the destruction of the Jerusalem temple in Luke-Acts. He makes a thorough review of Luke’s use of the Old Testament, and proposes that relevance theory is a capable hermeneutic tool to reconstruct how Luke’s readers would have understood references to the Old Testament. Using this approach, the key texts from Luke-Acts are examined sequentially, and Luke’s apparent criticism of the temple is examined in a new light. UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 208 pages PB 9780567681713 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567666468 Library eBook 9780567666475 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

A Journey Round John

Tradition, Interpretation and Context in the Fourth Gospel Wendy E. S. North, Independent Scholar

"This volume will prove to be the starting point for future discussions of the PA, and is highly recommended for research libraries as well as for all scholars working within text criticism or Fourth Gospel research." Religious Studies Review

"North is a meticulous writer and, alongside her interaction with scholars old and new, her work is a model of close attention to the text and careful reasoning … This always stimulating collection should bring the wider attention to her work that it deserves." Journal of New Testament Studies

The contributors to this volume re-examine the Pericope Adulterae (John 7.53-8.11), asking afresh the question of the paragraph’s authenticity.

An examination of core topics in John, including the relationship of the gospel to 1 John, Christology, the Jews and the relationship between John and the Synoptics.

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Creation Imagery in the Gospel of John Carlos Raul Sosa Siliezar, Central American Theological Seminary, Guatemala

Sosa Siliezar investigates the presence and significance of creation imagery in the Gospel of John. He argues that John has intentionally included only a limited (albeit significant) number of instances of creation imagery and that he has positioned them carefully to highlight their significance. Sosa Siliezar contends that the instances of creation imagery function collectively in a threefold way. First, John uses them to portray Jesus in close relationship with his Father. Second, they assert the primal and universal significance of Jesus. Third, they link past reality with present and future reality, portraying Jesus as the agent of creation. UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 272 pages PB 9780567681652 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567664242 Library eBook 9780567664259 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark


An Intertextual Approach to Jesus' Laments Over Jerusalem and Stephen's Speech

Written To Serve

The Use of Scripture in 1 Peter Benjamin Sargent, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford In Written to Serve Benjamin Sargent offers an up-to-date and comprehensive analysis of how 1 Pet 1.10-12 offers a ‘hermeneutic,’ providing an insight into how Scripture is interpreted in the letter. Rather than offering a Christological hermeneutic with a focus on the suffering and glories of Christ, Sargent asserts that the primary importance of 1.10-12 is its orientation of the prophetic witness towards the eschatological community as an act of service. Similarly Sargent suggests that 1.10-12 may be seen as a narrative of profound discontinuity in which the present community is elevated above God’s people of the past. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 240 pages PB 9780567672452 • £24.99 / $33.95 Previously published in HB 9780567660855 Library eBook 9780567660848 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

Dual Testimony in Paul, John and Luke Timothy Wiarda, Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, USA Examines the role of the Holy Spirit in conjunction with preaching or other forms of human communication as presented in the New Testament. Wiarda tracks the occurrences of such interaction through the New Testament, focusing upon the Pauline, Johannine and Lucan writings in turn and submitting the relevant texts that express dual testimony to exegetical analysis. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 272 pages PB 9780567682666 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567670090 Library eBook 9780567670106 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Paul's Letters and the Construction of the European Self Fatima Tofighi, University of Religions, Iran

Even when he was a prototype of European identity, Paul transgressed the limits of Europe. It is not clear whether he was conformist or rebellious, orthodox or liberal, sexist, or egalitarian. Instead of pushing Paul into the arbitrary categories of modern European identity, Fatima Tofighi takes into account the challenge that Paul brings to normative conceptions of political theology (Rom 13), 'religion' (Gal 2.12-14), and women's veiling (1 Cor 11. 5-16). Alternative interpretations of these passages, with the help of postmodern theory, both solve the major problems of biblical exegesis and offer a critique of the allegedly welldefined European categories. UK July 2018 • US July 2018 • 192 pages PB 9780567683625 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567672537 Library eBook 9780567672544 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies & Scriptural Traces • T&T Clark

Paul's Large Letters

Paul's Autographic Subscription in the Light of Ancient Epistolary Conventions Steve Reece, St Olaf College, USA "A major and definitive step forward… Reece's specialties in palaeographical and comparative issues have here contributed greatly to Pauline and New Testament studies. It is a necessary read for Pauline scholars and even readers at the advanced undergraduate level will find it both accessible and beneficial." Bryn Mawr Classical Review Steve Reece closely examines the hundreds of handwritten letters that have survived from around the time of Paul, many of them unpublished and rarely read, with special attention to their handwriting styles, in order to shed some light on the technical aspects of Paul's letter-writing practices.

Paul's 'Spirit of Adoption' in its Roman Imperial Context Robert Brian Lewis, Manhattan College, USA

"This excellent study brings new clarity to Paul's use of adoption language. Through a thorough investigation of the notion of adoption in its Roman context, combined with the importance of the Spirit, Lewis has given us a rich, fresh and persuasive perspective from which to approach this central phase in the identity of the people of God." Journal for the Study of the New Testament


Spirit and Word

UK September 2018 • US September 2018 • 232 pages PB 9780567684486 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567663887 Library eBook 9780567663894 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

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The Unity of Male and Female in Jesus Christ

The Ritualized Revelation of the Messianic Age

Gesila Nneka Uzukwu, Major Seminary of the Missionary Society of St. Paul, Nigeria

Stephen Richard Turley, Eastern University, USA

An Exegetical Study of Galatians 3.28c in Light of Paul's Theology of Promise

"Uzukwu offers an excellent critique of prevailing assumptions and conclusions on [Gal] 3:28, and debunks them with concrete evidence and cogent analysis …The author succeeds in making a strong case for female presence in the church as well as clarifying the nature of oneness being promoted in 3:28. Uzukwu puts to rest, contests, or reopens discussion on previously help positions in scholarship on Galatians in a way that merits our attention in subsequent studies. I highly recommend this important study to students and scholars alike." The Catholic Biblical Quarterly UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 272 pages PB 9780567683106 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567661531 Library eBook 9780567661548 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies & International Studies in Christian Origins • T&T Clark

Washings and Meals in Galatians and 1 Corinthians

The focus of this work is the two rituals that identified the Pauline communities: ritual washings and ritual meals. By exploring Paul’s references in Galatians and 1 Corinthians to ritual washings and meals with a heuristic use of ritual theory, Turley concludes that rituals in early Christianity were inherently revelatory, in that they revealed the dawning of the messianic age through the bodies of the ritual participants. This bodily revelation established both a distinctly Christian ethic and a distinctly Christian social space by which such an ethical identity might be identified and sustained. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 208 pages PB 9780567683052 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567663856 Library eBook 9780567663870 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



Where is the Wise Man?

Graeco-Roman Education as a Background to the Divisions in 1 Corinthians 1-4 Adam G. White, Alphacrucis College, Sydney, Australia "White’s presentation is clear, well-written, and persuasive; his work will be a necessary read for any future study of 1 Cor 1–4, and is highly recommended for scholars and libraries working within the Corinthian letters or New Testament rhetorical research." Religious Studies Review By consulting relevant literary and epigraphic evidence, White develops a picture of ancient education in Roman Corinth. This serves as a backdrop to his examination of the situation in the Christian community, wherein some members preferred Apollos to Paul as his teaching more closely resembled other teachers of higher studies. UK May 2018 • US May 2018 • 248 pages PB 9780567681645 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567662675 Individual eBook 9780567664174 Library eBook 9780567662682 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Psalm 110 and the Logic of Hebrews

Jared Compton, CrossWay Community Church, USA "Compton’s work is a masterful example of exegesis. Clarifying for the novice and expert alike, his book brings into focus the expositional main points in Hebrews that Jesus, the fulfillment of the Messiah Priest of Ps 110, solves humanity’s problem and opens the way back to paradise." Catholic Biblical Quarterly A neglected area of study of the letter to the Hebrews is the function of the Old Testament in the letter’s logic. Compton addresses this neglect by looking at the unique and fundamental semantic contribution of Hebrews’ exposition and the prominence of Ps 110 in that exposition. UK June 2018 • US June 2018 • 240 pages PB 9780567682673 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567662705 Library eBook 9780567662712 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Suffering in the Face of Death

The Ending of the Canon

Bryan R. Dyer, Calvin College, USA

Külli Tõniste, Roberts Wesleyan College, USA

The Epistle to the Hebrews and Its Context of Situation

The language of suffering and death is used in the Epistle to the Hebrews as a means of creating models of endurance from which the original audience could learn to endure similar sufferings. Dyer shows, through his linguistic analysis of the text, how the social scene of the Hebrews can be better understood through the language used. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 224 pages PB 9780567684912 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567672353 Library eBook 9780567672360 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

A Canonical and Intertextual Reading of Revelation 21-22 "As a study of Revelation this book is a real asset, showing how the Apocalypse should be understood against the background of the Hebrew Bible." Journal for the Study of the New Testament Tõniste develops an approach that respects Revelation as a part of Christian scripture composed by and for the church, whilst simultaneously making use of respected modern methods that support unity (literary, canonical, and narrative criticism, intertextuality, and canonical location) to arrive at theologically sensible and satisfying interpretations of Revelation as the ending of the canon. UK October 2018 • US October 2018 • 248 pages PB 9780567685032 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567657947 Library eBook 9780567657954 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark

Reading Revelation as Pastiche Imitating the Past

Michelle Fletcher, University of Kent, UK Fletcher examines Revelation in the light of Old Testament texts and the methods traditionally used to examine their relationship with Revelation, as well as the study of Greco-Roman literary methods of combination and imitation. She argues that Revelation should be seen as a combined and imitative text which actively engages its audience through signalling to multiple texts and multiple textual experiences: in short, it is an act of pastiche. UK November 2018 • US November 2018 • 272 pages • 25 bw illus PB 9780567685285 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567672704 Library eBook 9780567672711 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark


The Testimony of the Exalted Jesus

The 'Testimony of Jesus' in the Book of Revelation Sarah Underwood Dixon, University of Cambridge, UK One of the most important, but often neglected, issues in the interpretation of the phrase 'the testimony of Jesus' in the Book of Revelation has been whether the phrase can be read consistently across each instance of its occurrence. Dixon explores the use of this phrase and shows that 'the testimony of Jesus' is not just another title for John's writing, but is something that is given to and even characterizes those who hear the message of the Apocalypse. UK November 2018 • US November 2018 • 200 pages PB 9780567685360 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9780567672650 Library eBook 9780567672643 Series: The Library of New Testament Studies • T&T Clark • UK, Europe, ROW • +44 (0)1256 302692 •

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Edited by Sophia Rosenfeld, University of Pennsylvania, USA & Peter T. Struck, University of Pennsylvania, USA 61 experts, 60 chapters and around 1,700 pages add greatly to our understanding of ideas in society from antiquity to the present day. Themes and chapter titles are: Knowledge; the Human Self; Ethics and Social Relations; Politics and Economies; Nature; Religion and the Divine; Language, Poetry and Rhetoric; The Arts; and History. UK November 2019 • US November 2019 • 6 vols. • c.1,728 pages • 240 bw illus HB Pack 9781350007550 • £395.00 / $550.00 Series: The Cultural Histories Series • Bloomsbury Academic


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Moulton's Grammar of New Testament Greek Six-Volume Set

By Rev. William Fiddian Moulton and edited by Stanley E. Porter, McMaster Divinity College, Canada Now updated in a six-volume set, the classic A Grammar of New Testament Greek and the two supplementary volumes supplied with it cover every aspect of the Greek language in the New Testament. With thought-provoking analysis and a multitude of invaluable charts and indices, it continues to act as an invaluable resource for advanced students of New Testament Greek today. UK July 2019 • US July 2019 • 6 vols. • c.2,964 pages HB Pack 9780567662422 • £485.00 / $851.00 • Special introductory price of £450.00 / $608.00 valid until 3 months after publication Series: Biblical Languages: Greek • T&T Clark

The Reception of Jesus in the First Three Centuries Three-Volume Set

Edited by Chris Keith, St. Mary’s University, UK, Helen K. Bond, University of Edinburgh, UK, Christine Jacobi, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany & Jens Schröter, Humboldt University Berlin, Germany These volumes focus upon the diversity of receptions of the Jesus tradition, with memory theory providing the framework for the approach. Core literary texts such as Gospels and other early Christian writings are discussed in detail, but the volumes also highlight the importance of literary and non-literary contexts outside the gospel genre; including the Apostolic Fathers, patristic writers, traditions such as the Abgar Legend, and modifications to the gospel genre such as the Diatesseron. Evidence from material culture, such as pictographic representations of Jesus in the staurogram and Alexamenos Graffito, as well as sarcophagi carvings, are also included. UK September 2019 • US September 2019 • 3 vols. • 1,536 pages • 15 bw illus HB Pack 9780567000194 • £360.00 / $480.00 • T&T Clark • USA, Canada, Latin America • 888-330-8477 •



Dictionary of Christian Antiquities

Chinese Central Asia

William Smith & Samuel Cheetham, formerly King’s College, London and Cambridge University, UK

Henry Lansdell

Two-Volume Set

A comprehensive account of the organization and practices of the Christian Church as well as its material culture, architecture, art, and symbolism. Articles range from extended entries on altars, baptism, catacombs, and glass, to money, mosaics, paganism, reliquaries and sculpture. Offers a rich compendium of all aspects of the church and ecclesiastical history. Here published in a handsome large format edition, with a new introduction by Michael Ledger-Lomas, a leading authority on the history of Christianity. UK September 2018 • US November 2018 • 2 vols. • 2104 pages HB Pack 9781780768038 • £325.00 / $495.00 I.B. Tauris

Two-Volume Set

Details the author’s 9000-mile journey into the Tian Shan Mountains and Western China. Lansdell’s cultural openness is unusual for the time and makes his writing of immense value. Now rare, his two volumes contain descriptions of the people, culture, natural history, trade and medicine and include the first account of Chinese Turkestan. There is an extensive bibliography. The new introduction contains new biographical and contextual material. UK October 2018 • US December 2018 • 2 vols. • 1040 pages HB Pack 9781784538101 • £250.00 / $350.00 I.B. Tauris

A Dictionary of Christian Biography

Key Figures in the Literature, Sects and Doctrines of the Early Church Four-Volume Set William Smith & Henry Wace A comprehensive Who was Who of the early Christian Church. The 4 volumes and 4,000+ pages provide authoritative accounts of every person connected with the early Christian Church, the literature connected with them, and the doctrinal controversies in which they were engaged. Articles range from extended entries on major figures such as Isidore of Seville and Justinian to entries on the Doctrine of Faith, the Apochryphal Gospels, Predestination, and the Doctrine of the Holy Ghost. Lesser known figures are also included. A major contribution to our understanding of practice and belief in early Christianity. Handsome large format edition. UK February 2018 • US April 2018 • 4 vols. • 4240 pages HB Pack 9781780768045 • £600.00 / $975.00 I.B. Tauris

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