Focusing on the interaction between Christianity and society, this set offers ten facsimile titles from our imprints T&T Clark, The Athlone Press, Sheffield Academic Press and Cassell.
This collection addresses the ways in which society and the Christian faith are linked together in all its aspects.
The books cover science, history and the endurance of religion in a secular world but also the way religion can be transformed through political and social change.
All titles are available as set or as individual volumes.
Titles include: Christ and Context: The Confrontation between Gospel and Culture by Hilary Regan and Alan J.
Torrance Creation, Christ and Culture: Studies in Honour of T.
F. Torrance by Richard W. A. McKinneyHistory and Contemporary Issues: Studies in Moral Theology by Charles E.
Curran Mormon Identities in Transition by Douglas DaviesNew Maps for Old: Explorations in Science and Religion by Mary Gerhart and Allan Melvin RussellPope Pius XII and the Holocaust by Carol Rittner and John K.
Roth Science and Theology: Questions at the Interface by Murray Rae, Hilary Regan and John Stenhouse Tales of Faith: Religion as Political Performance in Central Africa by V.
Y. MudimbeThe Salt of the Earth: Religious Resilience in a Secular Age by Martyn PercyWhen God Becomes Goddess: The Transformation of American Religion by Richard Grigg