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CLEMENT, OLIVIER
By linking together a series of brilliantly chosen texts from the early centuries of the Church, the author lays bare the roots of the deeply mystical spirituality that has flourished among Christians throughout the ages.
£14.95

A Glad Obedience: Why and What We Sing

BRUEGGEMANN, WALTER
The Christian practice of hymn singing, says renowned biblical scholar Walter Brueggemann, is a countercultural act. It marks the Christian community as different from an unforgiving and often ungrateful culture. It is also, he adds, an "absurd enterprise" in the midst of the hyper-busy, market-driven society that surrounds us.
£12.00

A Little History of Religion

HOLLOWAY, RICHARD
For curious readers young and old, a rich and colorful history of religion from humanity's earliest days to our own contentious times
£14.99

A Theology of Disagreement

LANDAU, CHRISTOPHER
£30.00

Alongside

MARTIN, HENRY
Jesus’ life was by no means struggle-free. There were many things he found difficult: his family, his friends, the crowds, religious people, religious institutions, and his own destiny. He knows the bitter gut-wrenches of frustration, the confusing rackets of competing loyalties, the creeping irritations of being unable to explain any more clearly, and the visceral tug of an overwhelming desire, which though attractive is ultimately ill-advised. This is all a blessing to us today: because he struggled, he understands our own struggles intimately, and the Gospels record many cases of things he said from which we can learn, grow and draw strength. In Alongside, Henry Martin considers these words of Jesus in a book suitable for daily reading, with prayers and reflections. It has been designed so that it can be read during Lent, Advent or at any other time of year, with questions specially tailored for each season.
£12.99

Amazing Love: Theology for Understanding Discipleship, Sexuality and Mission

DAVISON, ANDREW
Amazing Love is perhaps the definitive book to date presenting a positive theology of same-sex relationships, produced as a commission for the LGBTI Mission, a collaboration of all the major pro-same-sex Christian groups and supported by Stonewall.
£8.99

Anglican Social Theology: Renewing the vision today

BROWN, MALCOLM
This volume, commissioned by a group of Bishops in hard-hit dioceses, looks to develop strong theological foundations for local social action initiatives by churches, especially for activists who are not familiar with the Church of England's tradition of social theology, developed by William Temple and others a century ago.
£19.99