Here’s an invitation… to a party in the Upside-Down Kingdom. John Rogerson draws on a lifetime’s experience of research, teaching and Christian ministry, and as an internationally renowned Biblical scholar, to introduce the unexpected, surprising and central offer of faith.
Cultural Landscapes and the Bible
This volume contains thirty-seven essays published by J. W. Rogerson between 1970 and 2011, and two previously unpublished essays. Several originally published in German appear here in English translation for the first time.
This short book of public lectures and sermons by John Rogerson explores the differing perspectives taken by the Church on the meaning of Easter through two thousand years of history. It explores what is offered in the crucifixion of Jesus and illuminates ways which in our modern age can discover thoughtful and active approaches to Easter today.
high quality writing and scholarship on traditional contemporary faith
About Beauchief Abbey Press
Hello. A warm welcome to Beauchief Abbey Press. We set up this publishing initiative to share high quality writing and scholarship. Our books are for congregations of all denominations, and people not connected to churches but who are curious to know more about culture and faith, and how they relate.
John William Rogerson was born in London in 1935 and educated at Bec School, Tooting, the Joint Services School for Linguists and the Universities of Manchester, Oxford and Jerusalem, where he studied theology and Semitic languages.