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Right or Wrong: The Memoirs of Lord Bell

by Tim Bell, Charles Vallance & David Hopper

Tim Bell is the original 'spin doctor'; the Chairman of Bell Pottinger public relations, and one of the best known figures in UK media communications. Right or Wrong is his highly personal account of political,...


Cry of Wonder

by Gerard W. Hughes

In Cry of Wonder, Gerard W. Hughes, author of God of Surprises, encourages readers to explore their own human experience, the unique doorway opening each of us out into the mystery of our present existence....


The Red Earl: The Extraordinary Life of the 16th Earl of Huntingdon

by Selina Hastings

In The Red Earl Selina Hastings tells the extraordinary story of her father, Jack Hastings, 16th Earl of Huntingdon. In 1925, Hastings infuriated his ultra-conservative parents by turning his back on centuries...


Dylan Thomas: A Centenary Celebration

by Hannah Ellis

Dylan Thomas: A Centenary Celebration is a unique collection of specially commissioned essays celebrating the poet's life and work one hundred years after his birth in 1914. Edited by his granddaughter, Hannah...


Disputed Truth: Memoirs Volume 2

by Hans K¿ng

Hans K�ng has been a major influence on post-war Christianity by any reckoning. a peritus for the second Vatican council, he then went on to publish a number of controversial books, including Infallible? An...


Women in Waiting: Prejudice at the Heart of the Church

by Julia Ogilvy

The role of women in the Christian Church is the subject of heated debate. In this powerful book Julia Ogilvy interviews twelve of the most notable Christian women of our time, providing a telling and at times...


The Talmud - A Biography: Banned, Censored and Burned. the Book They Couldn't Suppress

by Harry Freedman

Containing nearly two million words in 37 volumes, the Talmud covers topics as diverse as law, faith, medicine, magic, ethics, sex, humour and prayer. It is a highly complex, profoundly logical and frequently...


The Train in Spain

by Christopher Howse

This is not a book about trains but about the variety of Spain. The bestselling author Christopher Howse makes ten great railway journeys that explore the interior of the peninsula, its astonishing landscapes...


Pope Francis: Untying the Knots

by Paul Vallely

From his first appearance on a Vatican balcony Pope Francis proved himself a Pope of Surprises. With a series of potent gestures, history's first Jesuit pope declared a mission to restore authenticity and integrity...


Europe: The Shattering of Illusions

by Vaclav Klaus

Czech President Vaclav Klaus examines the uneasy Europe of today.


Faith in the Public Square

by Rowan Williams

Rowan Williams on critical contemporary issues in his final book as Archbishop of Canterbury.


Prayers of Great Traditions: A Daily Office

by Christopher Voke

Forms of daily prayer have been used throughout Christian history, and every Christian tradition encourages its adherents to practise regular personal prayer, calling it variously the Daily Office, the Divine...


Inside the Christmas Story: Reflections for Advent

by Anthony Bash & Melanie Bash

An Advent book which encourages the reader to think about Christmas in a new way, drawing out the implications for day-to-day living in the familiar narratives.


Choose Life: Christmas and Easter Sermons in Canterbury Cathedral

by Rowan Williams

The addresses that Rowan Williams has given in Canterbury Cathedral for Christmas and Easter are small masterpieces of this kind. They constitute part of Rowan Williams' essential legacy to Christian believers....


Why Rousseau Was Wrong: Christianity and the Secular Soul

by Frances Ward

Frances Ward argues that Britain is brittle today because we have forgotten how to nurture belonging and trust, and explores how the church can help.


Two Planks and a Passion: The Dramatic History of Skiing

by Roland Huntford

Roland Huntford's brilliant history begins 20,000 years ago in the last ice age on the icy tundra of an unformed earth. Man is a travelling animal, and on these icy slopes skiing began as a means of survival....


If you meet George Herbert on the road, kill him: Radically Re-Thinking Priestly Ministry

by Justin Lewis-Anthony

Priestly ministry in the Church of England needs a radical rethink...

George Herbert died in 1633. His legacy continues. His poems are read and sung, and his parish ministry remains the model for the Church of...


Abiding: The Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book 2013

by Ben Quash

Ben Quash shows that the word 'abiding', used by Jesus to describe the Good Shepherd who does not abandon his flock, can be key to understanding our relationships with God and our churches.


Journeying with Jesus: Personal Reflections on the Stations of the Cross and Resurrection: The Mowbray Lent Book 2013

by Lucy Russell & James Edgar

Contemporary and personal reflections on the Stations of the Cross and Resurrection by well-known contributors from public life.


Moore's Introduction to English Canon Law: Fourth Edition

by Timothy Briden

Moore's Introduction to English Canon Law covers the basic principles on which canon law is built, the Constitution of the Church of England, and the law relating to its worship, sacraments, property and persons....