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New Reviews!

Here at Lutterworth Press we are pleased to be able to share with you all our new reviews from the likes of The Crucible, Heath and Social Care Chaplaincy and others. If any of these titles interest you, please don’t hesitate to click on these links for further information and purchasing options.

 

Charlotte Mason – Hidden Heritage and Educational Influence
By Margaret Coombs

Charlotte Mason

“This book is the definitive biography of the Victorian educator Charlotte Mason. It is enjoyable to read. But it is also furnished with an excellent range of resource materials, including more than fifty delightful illustrations of people, places and records.”
Edward Cardale, The Crucible, July 2018

 

 

 

The Art of Spiritual Midwifery: diaLogos and Dialectic in the Classical Tradition
By Stephen Faller

The Art of Spiritual Midwifery

“It offers deep reflection and makes interesting connections between philosophical thought and the practice of ministry within the author’s workplace.This is not primarily a source of practical ideas for ministry; rather it is a text which encourages reflexivity in the reader and gives tools to encourage the reader’s distinctive creative approach to come to birth.”
Marion Chatterley, Health and Social Care Chaplaincy, Issue 5, Volume 2, 2017

 

Reflections for the Unfolding Year
By Alan Wilkinson

Reflections for the Unfolding Year

“I was struck as I read this book from cover to cover that I was being given a very good grounding in Christian faith and practice. But can books of sermons be of a wider interest? This current volume would seem to show that they can be.”
Revd Peter McGeary, Church Times, 8 June 2018

Stay tuned for more reviews soon!

 

 

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