This is a magnificent collection, forthright, and yet also subtle and sophisticated. No-one seriously interested in the Bible can afford to miss it.
J W Rogerson and the young Beauchief Abbey Press have collaborated for yet another intriguing volume.
John Rogerson ranges more widely, and questions more searchingly, than most scholars, and he is unfailingly lucid. This is a collection of exceptional value.
John Rogerson is an Old Testament scholar of amazing learning, versatility, and skill in exposition, notable also for his commitment to applying biblical insights to the demands of the modern world.
Barrett the historian guides us expertly through the gospel texts and their Jewish contexts, with all their complexity, in order to tease out how the early Christians came to understand the death and resurrection of Jesus.
We are indebted to John Rogerson for this spirited and successful book that rescues Ernst Lohmeyer from undeserved obscurity and persuades English-speaking readers to reconsider Lohmeyer’s work.
Rogerson’s essays will delight and provoke. His writing is engaging, his questions unrelenting, and his conclusions straightforwardly reasonable.