He is best known for his 1984 book The Nature of Doctrine and his engagement in the ecumenical movement.
Lots of theologians want to challenge economic injustice. Not many draw their arguments from Anselm and Aquinas.
Christine Helmer’s important new book has an unusual literary feature: its titular character is killed off not once, but twice.
In the summer of 1963 I was hanging around Harvard’s libraries, worrying about hermeneutics.