Books by Publisher: The Lutterworth Press

    Scaffolds of the Church: Towards Poststructural Ecclesiology

    By Cyril Hovorun

    Paperback £22.50

    Unity is the categorical imperative of the church. It is not just the church''s bene esse, but its esse. In addition to being a theological concept, unity has become a raison d''etre of various structures that the church has established and developed. All of these structures are supposed to serve...

    Kempe

    By Adrian Barlow

    Paperback £25.00

    This book provides a full account of the life of Charles Eamer Kempe, based on archives of the Kempe Trust and on the author''s own extensive researches. In particular, the book explores the importance of his family and family connections; his experiences as a student at Oxford and the development...

    Mary Sumner: Mission, Education and Motherhood: Thinking a Life with Bourdieu

    By Sue Anderson-Faithful

    Paperback £25.00

    A biographical study of the Victorian educator Mary Sumner, locating her religious and social activism in the context of class, gender and empire.

    Thecla's Devotion

    By Jane McLarty

    Hardback £65.00

    Thinking with Thekla studies plot and character within the Thekla episode of the Acts of Paul, reading the text against contemporary pagan romance in order to explore Christian identity formation.

    The Institution of a Christian Man

    By Gerald Bray

    Hardback £75.00

    Compiled during the early years of the Reformation, Institution of a Christian Man lays out the principles of the nascent Church of England. In his definitive new edition, Gerald Bray charts the development of this text from the first version introduced by Archbishop Thomas Cranmer and his cohort of bishops,...

    Star Tales

    By Ian Ridpath

    Paperback £19.50

    Every night, a pageant of Greek mythology circles overhead. Perseus flies to the rescue of Andromeda, Orion faces the charge of the snorting Bull, and the ship of the Argonauts sails in search of the Golden Fleece. Constellations are the invention of the human imagination, not of nature.

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

    Hardback £65.00

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

    Roland Allen: A Missionary Life

    By Steven Richard Rutt

    Paperback £19.50

    An analysis of the context and development of Roland Allen''s missiology with a specific focus on what shaped his missionary ecclesiology.

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