Series: Didsbury Lectures

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God Crucified : Monotheism and Christology in the New Testament by Richard J. Bauckham
Not Ashamed of the Gospel: New Testament Interpretations of the Death of Christ by Morna D. Hooker
Women in the Church's Ministry: A Test Case from Biblical Interpretation by R. T. France
Wisdom in Theology (Didsbury Lectures) by R. E. Clements1989
Christ and Creation (Paternoster Digital Library) by Colin E. Gunton1990
Most Moved Mover: A Theology of God's Openness by Clark H. Pinnock2000
What Has Infant Baptism Done to Baptism? An Enquiry at the End of Christendom (Didsbury Lectures) by David F. Wright2003
Nonconformist Theology in the Twentieth Century (Didsbury Lectures) (Didsbury Lectures) by Alan P. F. Sell2006
Between Kin and Cosmopolis: An Ethic of the Nation (The Didsbury Lectures) by Nigel Biggar2011
Holy Trinity: Holy People: The Theology of Christian Perfecting (Didsbury Lecture) by T. A. Noble2012
Rethinking Genesis 1-11: Gateway to the Bible (Didsbury Lecture) by Gordon J. Wenham2013
Construing the cross : type, sign, symbol, word, action by Frances M. Young2014

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Series description

These publications are the annual lectures established by the Nazarene Theological College, Manchester in 1979. Each year a series of four lectures is given by a leading scholar or theologian standing within the historic Christian faith.


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