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Rethinking Divine Hiddenness in the Hebrew Bible: The Hidden God as the Hostile God in Psalm 88

Olga Fabrikant-Burke

What does it mean for God to hide his face? This study delves into the complex themes of divine absence, hostile divine presence, and divine hiddenness in the Hebrew Bible.

Doing Theology with Photographs

Sarah Dunlop

This book is the first of its kind to fully explain how to use photographs for research within Practical Theology.

John and the Others

Andy Byers

Jewish Relations, Christian Origins, and the Sectarian Hermeneutic

Johannine Bishops?

Andy Byers

The Fourth Evangelist, John the Elder, and the Episcopal Ecclesiology of Ignatius of Antioch

Embracing Justice

Isabelle Hamley

Embracing Justice, the Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book for 2022 asks: What might a spirituality shaped by biblical portrayals of justice look like for the church of the 21st century?

Dis(re)membered and Unaccounted For

Isabelle Hamely

Concubines, are shadowy women whose presence weaves in and out of narratives of violence and conflict. Most of them are unnamed and appear simply in genealogies and harem lists. Their exact legal status is unknown; they stand between primary wives and slave-wives, seemingly legitimate yet treated with little regard or protection. This article examines the narrative patterns surrounding them.

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