Cambridge Studies in Christian Doctrine is an important series which aims to engage critically with the traditional doctrines of Christianity, and at the same time to locate and make sense of them within a secular context. Without losing sight of the authority of scripture and the traditions of the Church, the books in this series subject pertinent dogmas and credal statements to careful scrutiny, analysing them in light of the insights of both Church and society, and thereby practise theology in the fullest sense of the word.
General Editor: Daniel W. Hardy, University of Cambridge
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