Books by Publisher: The Lutterworth Press

    Way Back to God: The Spiritual Theology of Saint Bonaventure - RED WIBALIN

    By Douglas Dales

    Hardback £65.00

    A comprehensive introduction to the theological thought of Saint Bonaventure, from its scriptural roots to its application to the spiritual life.

    State of Paralysis

    By John Elsom

    Paperback £19.50

    An exploration of the complex relationship between Britain and Europe since WWII, and the cultural shifts that have culminated in the turmoil of Brexit.

    Neither Here nor There: The Many Voices of Liminality

    By Timothy L. Carson

    Paperback £19.50

    An interdisciplinary anthology of essays exploring the concept of liminality and its fruitful application across a wide range of contemporary subjects.

    Thecla's Devotion

    By Jane McLarty

    Paperback £25.00

    An investigation of the narrative devices used in the Thecla episode of the Acts of Paul, and their parallels with contemporary pagan fiction.

    Documents of the English Reformation

    Paperback £35.00

    A compilation of fifty-eight of the essential documents of the English Reformation from 1526 to 1700, invaluable for both students and scholars.

    Polis, Ontology, Ecclesial Event: Engaging with Christos Yannaras' Thought

    Paperback £25.00

    A selection of essays celebrating the contribution of the Greek Orthodox theologian Christos Yannaras to theology, philosophy and political theory.

    Campaigning for Life

    By Peta Dunstan

    Paperback £22.50

    Dorothy Buxton led an unusual and intense life. After an upbringing untypical for a girl in rural Victorian England, she found her voice and her vocation during the First World War, insisting people should be able to read a variety of voices on the conflict engulfing Europe.

    Heaven in Ordinary: Poetry and Religion in a Secular Age

    By David Jasper

    Paperback £20.00

    A personal journey through poetry and faith, exploring the themes of five English poets in relation to Christianity and the Anglican tradition in particular.

    A Better World is Possible: An Exploration of Utopian Visions

    By Ambrose Mong

    Paperback £25.00

    A study of utopian thought in Western and Chinese traditions, bringing out the differences and similarities in their visions of a better, more just world.

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