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By David R. Law
Presents a support resource for students being introduced to philosophical texts and to philosophy in general. This work contains a glossary of terms relating to the philosopher's use of terms. It also provides introduction about the writer and his writings.
Explores the nature of Christian mission in contemporary post-modern society. This book examines the main historic types of mission in the Christian tradition, seeing how they were forged in the cross currents of history and how they continue to be expressed by different Christian communities.
By Hannah Ward
A book of daily readings drawn from the writings of those who have lived the monastic life in all the major spiritual traditions of the Eastern and Western Churches: Benedictine, Franciscan, Orthodox, Carmelite, and others. This is a book for all who are looking to an ancient, rooted wisdom for...
Presents advice from experts across a range of different disciplines on the question of the future of Britain's nuclear weapons. This is a book for every Christian concerned about the actions of the government in relation to the future defence of the country. It could be used as supplementary reading...
Provides a grounding in the historical development of the Sacraments from the Old Testament through to modern day thinking. General ideas of sacraments and ritual are covered as well as Old Testament practices, the response of Jesus and the Early Church.
By Neil Messer
Providing the level one student with all they will need to know to understand their course fully, the textbook covers the major areas of ethical theory and methodology that are key to the use of the Bible in Christian ethics, natural law, conscience, various philosophical approaches to ethics and the...
This profound and thought-provoking book is one of the classics of modern missionary writing. Superficially just a good missionary story, it actually says much more about issues such as the meaning of the eucharist and the method and content of evangelism.
By Don Cupitt
Western thought began with an attack on religious myth by philosophers who held that the highest truth must be non-narrative and timeless. They left a paradox to haunt us: for on the one hand everyone knows that stories are important to us and our religion is full of them, while...