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New Testament Wisdom for Everyone

by Tom Wright

“To follow Jesus we have to learn to think inside out, in looking-glass fashion: what the world counts as great is foolishness, and what the world counts as folly is the true wisdom. Cling on to your life and...


The Way of a Pilgrim: and the Pilgrim Continues his Way

by R. M French

With an introduction by Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh, The Way of a Pilgrim presents one of Russia’s greatest spiritual classics of Christian truth in an unpretentious literary prose of genuine beauty. An...


Another Christ: Re-envisioning Ministry

by Andrew Mayes

Growth in Christlikeness is a goal for all Christians and especially for those in leadership. But the images of Christ that have become the institutional norm refer to a model of pastoral ministry that seems...


Votewise 2015: Helping Christians engage with the issues

by Guy Brandon

Reassuring, accessible and enjoyable guide for Christians who want to make sure their vote counts. Votewise (2004): ‘Stretches and challenges, don’t head for the voting booth without it.’ Christianity ‘A...


Invisible Illness: Coping with Misunderstood Conditions: Coping with Misunderstood Conditions

by Megan A. Arroll & Christine P. Dancy

Few books on invisible illness are written by psychologists. Based on work by the Chronic Illness Research Team (CIRT) at the University of East London, this expert, accessible book encourages people actively...


My Father''s Tears: The Cross and the Father''s Love: The Cross and the Father''s Love

by Mark Stibbe

Taking a new look at the interrelationship of the Father and the Son at Calvary, Mark Stibbe explores the Father’s agony at seeing his son in pain; the son suffering the Father’s absence, and the Holy Spirit...


Ten Steps to Positive Living: (Second Edition): (Second Edition)

by Windy Dryden

Written in a typically practical and straightforward style, this popular book shows how to develop a truly positive outlook. These ten steps outline skills to help people to take control, be flexible, accept...


From Advent to Harvest: Resources for Worship in a Complex World

by Mark Geldard

Busy clergy and worship leaders will appreciate this dip-in collection of tried-and-tested creative material to enliven services throughout the Church year. Material includes: • Reflective readings with visuals...


Introducing Science and Religion: A Path Through Polemic

by Gillian Straine

We can look at science and religion and see conflict; or we can separate them into different worlds. This book helps the reader understand both sides of this ‘conflict’ and how they throw light on each other’s...


Walking Backwards to Christmas

by Stephen Cottrell

Though the Christmas story is well known, most of us have learnt it from school nativity plays and carols. On the whole, this familiar version is more concerned with light than darkness. The backwards approach...


Overcoming Worry and Anxiety

by Jerry Kennard

Worry is always with us, but, the lived experience of anxiety is often complex, embarrassing and hard to explain. Using clear, down-to-earth language, this book explores its characteristics, available treatments...


Faith in Dark Places

by David Rhodes

What meaning does my life have? What hope is there for the Church? How can I see beyond the media hype and false images I am bombarded with every day? Where can I find God in all this noise and turmoil? Combining...


Is there a Christian Case for Assisted Dying: Voluntary Euthanasia Reassessed

by Paul Badham

Issues surrounding euthanasia and assisted dying continue to hit the headlines with strong feelings on both sides. In Is There a Christian Case for Assisted Dying? Paul Badham makes a significant and controversial...


Faith Confirmed: Preparing for confirmation

by Peter Jackson & Chris Wright

A completely updated edition of our bestselling confirmation preparation guide,Faith Confirmed covers all the essentials of the Christian faith and is ideal for use with individuals or groups.


The Post-Evangelical: Spck Classic ? with a New Preface: Spck Classic ? with a New Preface

by Dave Tomlinson

Ground-breaking and hugely controversial on first publication in 1995, this classic text pre-empted the emerging church movement, questioning whether the certainties of evangelical orthodoxy could survive in...


Angels and Men

by Catherine Fox

Parson’s daughter Mara Johns arrives as a postgraduate student at a great northern cathedral city. Antagonistic to the church and fiercely independent, she repels all friendly overtures and seeks spiritual...


Acts and Omissions

by Catherine Fox

The Bishop of Lindchester is happily married with four daughters. But does he have a secret? Archdeacon Matt is inclined to think not. That said, it’s obvious to him that Bishop Paul’s got a pretty big bee...


Reconciliation: A Life Time's Journey: A Life Time's Journey

by Brian Castle

Starting from the area covered by his previously book – Memory, Victimhood, Forgiveness and Reaching out to the Other, the author moves deeper to speak of personal flourishing, social cohesion, political co-existence...


Understanding Yourself and Others

by Bob Thomson

Written by an experienced coach based at Warwick Business School, this book gives a range of practical ideas and exercises to enable you to make sense of how you and others think and behave, so that you can...


The Dove, the Fig-Leaf and the Sword: Why Christianity changes its mind about war

by Alan Billings

Why does the pacifist movement of the first few centuries so quickly become an organization that supports emperors and finds reasons for fighting? ? What leads the Church to formulate just war principles only...