IN HIS Revisioning Christology: Theology in the Reformed
tradition, Oliver Crisp takes six leading figures and
looks at how their work shapes and challenges the tradition in
which they exist. He also seeks to show how people of the same
tradition can have differing views on the same areas of theology.
He describes his book as "doctrinal investigations" rather than a
complete account of Reformed Christology (Ashgate, £19.99
What does it mean to be human? Are we more than machines?
Matthew Dickerson explores such questions, and defends a theistic
view of body and spirit, in The Mind and the
Machine (Brazos Press, £11.99 (£10.80);