This issue looks at the single most influential book in Australia's cultural life and its immeasurable impact, past and present.
This book where women are at present, and where she can find a place that allows her to use her gifts fully and to express her true identity.
This book explores how to reconcile our links to first-century Christianity and the contemporary experience of the presence of God.
The Habit of Freedom explores the intriguing story of engagement between Christian faith and Australian culture across half a century, 1955 - 2004.
A collection of essays about the importance of attending to difference and context, and raises critical questions on the ethical relationships we thus form with others.
This book explores how the publication of the Australian Hymn Book and Together in Songplaced Australia on the world map of hymnody for the first time and helped energise public worship.
The conviction that Jesus is the restorative Christ demands a commitment to the justice he articulated. Broughton demonstrates what the restorative Christ means for us today.
This book examines how various religious beliefs and institutions have influenced Australia's history.
Mathews offers a fresh new translation of Habakkuk that emphasizes and celebrates its intrinsic dramatic features.
In this collection of essays, Australian theologians critically analyze the themes that bind together the theology of Rowan Williams, one of the leading lights of contemporary British theology.
Focusing on the foretelling aspect of prophesying, this book covers prophecy as it applies to and through Jesus, the second person of the Holy Trinity.
A practical guide for students new to academic theologiocal study. Covers essentials of preparation for study including guides and templates.