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Etty Hillesum: A Life Transformed

by Patrick Woodhouse

On 8 March 1941, a 27-year-old Jewish Dutch student living in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam made the first entry in a diary that was to become one of the most remarkable documents to emerge from the Nazi Holocaust....


The Real Global Warming Disaster: Is the Obsession with 'Climate Change' Turning Out to Be the Most Costly Scientific Blunder in History?

by Christopher Booker

This original book considers one of the most extraordinary scientific and political stories of our time: how in the 1980s a handful of scientists came to believe that mankind faced catastrophe from runaway global...


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...


How to be a conservative

by Roger Scruton

What does it mean to be a conservative in an age so sceptical of conservatism? How can we live in the presence of our 'canonized forefathers' at a time when their cultural, religious and political bequest is...


Like a Tramp, Like A Pilgrim: On  Foot, Across Europe to Rome

by Harry Bucknall

Watching in disbelief as his computer was struck by lightning in 2007, Harry Bucknall had

no idea that the subsequent trail of events would lead him to Rome � five years later, on foot.

Following the Via Francigena,...


The Edge of Words: God and the Habits of Language

by Rowan Williams

The Edge of Words is Rowan Williams' first book since standing down as Archbishop of Canterbury. Invited to give the prestigious 2014 Gifford Lectures, Dr Williams has produced a scholarly but eminently accessible...


Scars: Essays, Poems and Meditations on Affliction

by Paul Murray OP

Paul Murray is not only an academic, a preacher and published poet, he is also a superb pastor. During his ministry, he has dealt with some extraordinary people - not least a South African who was convicted...


The Bloomsbury Guide to Pastoral Care

by Bernadette Flanagan & Sharon Thornton

The Bloomsbury Guide to Pastoral Care provides a framework for reflection on pastoral care practice and identifies frontier learning from the new and challenging practical contexts which are important in pastoral...


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 Unknown Pope: Benedict XV (1914-1922) and the Pursuit of Peace

by John Pollard

Best known for his efforts to end World War I, Benedict XV was the first contemporary pope to assume the role peacemaker, a role that has persisted in the papacy since. Although Benedict's 1917 Peace Note was...


The Heart in Pilgrimage: A Prayerbook for Catholic Christians

by Eamon Duffy

This intelligent and richly resourced collection, drawn together by Professor Eamon Duffy, brings together beautiful and memorable prayers and hymns from a wide range of sources. This is not a mere anthology...


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...


Ask the Beasts: Darwin and the God of Love

by Elizabeth A. Johnson

For millennia plant and animal species have received little sustained attention as subjects of Christian theology and ethics in their own right. Focused on the human dilemma of sin and redemptive grace, theology...


First World War: Still No End in Sight

by Frank Furedi

That the conflicts unleashed by Great War did not end in 1918 is well known. World War II and the Cold War clearly constitute key moments in the drama that began in August 1914. This book argues that the battle...


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...


Sackcloth and Ashes: The Bloomsbury Lent Book 2014

by Ann Widdecombe

What is our modern concept of penance? Is it giving up chocolates for Lent or is it a lasting state of the awareness of sin? Is it public or private? Is it punishment or greater closeness to God? Is it always...


Aquinas at Prayer: The Bible, Mysticism and Poetry

by Paul Murray OP

Aquinas at Prayer draws attention to important aspects of Aquinas's life and work which have been all too often overlooked or forgotten. Today Aquinas is almost exclusively regarded as an outstanding scholastic...


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...


Looking Through the Cross: The Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book 2014

by Graham Tomlin

Everything looks different in this world through the lens of the Cross. This book deals with reconciliation, humility, identity, power, suffering, life and atonement. These are familar themes for a Lent book...