Books by Publisher: Lutterworth Press

    Psychology

    By Geoffrey Shoesmith

    Paperback £21.80

    The essential student textbook for AQA GCSE Psychology

    Alcuin: Theology and Thought

    By Rowan Williams

    Paperback Save £2.30 = £18.20

    This book is intended to present Alcuin's intellectual legacy in Great Britain and on the continent through his work as a theologian, a teacher and a poet.

    Thomas Merton

    By Paul Dekar

    Paperback £15.80

    This book explores Merton's prophetic writings and experience as they offer guidance for spiritual seekers in their search to experience God, to simplify their lives, to live more humanly, and to shape Christian community in the face of alienation, consumerism, noise, and technology.

    Israel's Messiah and the People of God: A Vision for Messianic Jewish Covenant Fidelity

    By Mark S Kinzer

    Paperback £17.80

    Israel's Messiah and the People of God presents a rich and diverse selection of essays by theologian Mark Kinzer, whose work constitutes a pioneering step in Messianic Jewish theology.

    Say it Again, Sam

    By Grenville J.R. Kent

    Paperback £17.80

    This book offers a synchronic exegesis of Saul's night visit to the witch of En-Dor 1 Sam 28:3-25, focussing on the web of repetitions of visual elements, of symbols, of sounds, of entire scenes, and of keywords.

    Passion for Living

    By R.E. Pritchard

    Paperback £16.15

    A new and insightful literary biography of the poet and libertine John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, placing his work firmly in the literary, intellectual and political contexts of his time.

    Life, the Universe and Everything: An Aristotelian Philosophy for a Scientific Age

    By Ric Machuga

    Paperback £20.20

    Ric Machuga takes a holistic approach to these questions. No philosophical idea, no matter how small, can live alone. Ideas always gain their force, power, and life from their surroundings--their "ecosystem."

    Rediscovery of the Old Testament

    By H.H. Rowley

    Paperback £18.20

    The importance of the Old Testament restated by a leading scholar, shedding new light on its spiritual treasures and showing how the great prophets laid the groundwork for the message of the Gospels.

    Extramural: Literature & Lifelong Learning

    By Adrian Barlow

    Paperback £17.80

    An impassioned and articulate defence of the enduring importance of lifelong learning, and in particular the value of literary education for those seeking to expand their knowledge and horizons in adult life.

    He has Shown you what is Good

    By H.G.M. Williamson

    Paperback £14.00

    A bold new work that examines notions of justice as used by the church and their real relation to Biblical ideals as presented in the Old Testament.

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