An absorbing and accessible account of the effects of disease and pandemics on human history, from the ancient to the modern world. From R.S. Bray, Introduction, Armies of Pestilence (Cambridge: The Lutterworth Press: 2020), pp.11 Order now for a 15% discount. Of all the human diseases which will be considered in this book only one thought to… Continue reading Armies of Pestilence
Armies of Pestilence: The Impact of Pandemic on History By R.S. Bray Out on 30/04/2020 “A very pleasant surprise. Bray is both judicious and modest in his approach … and displays a genuine historical sense … What distinguishes it from many other offerings is the author’s willingness to acknowledge how difficult it is to diagnose… Continue reading New in April
Balm for the soul, in book form. Here at Lutterworth Press we have compiled a list of our top-10 books to read as you self-isolate
2 Corinthians: A Short Exegetical and Pastoral Commentary by Anthony C. Thiselton out on 26 of March In this clear, practical, and relatively brief commentary, Anthony Thiselton brings to bear his intimate knowledge of Paul’s theology, the ancient city of Corinth, and Paul’s epistles to the church of that city. 2 Corinthians is not only critical and… Continue reading New in March
On 30 January, we had the pleasure to facilitate the Book Launch for Make-Believe: God in 21st Century Novels by David Dickinson. It was a lovely evening filled with food, drink and conversations. We would like to thank everyone who came to the launch and shared the occasion with us. Those who came were lucky… Continue reading Make Believe Book Launch
We have not been driven into the quagmire of Brexit at the point of a gun or out of economic necessity.
Between Fiction and Religion a talk with David Dickinson
Make-Believe God in 21st Century Novels by David Dickinson Out on 31st of January ‘I will tell you a story that will make you believe in God.’ No story can guarantee being able to do this. Yet novelists can tell stories that make us think about what we believe about God and why. Despite repeated… Continue reading New in January
From David Dickinson, ‘Science Fiction: ‘Anything believed gains a measure of reality’, Make-Believe (Cambridge: The Lutterworth Press, 2020), pp.44-47. Pre-order here. ‘I believe in one God, the Father, the Almighty, maker of heaven and earth, of all that is, seen and unseen.’ So begins the Nicene Creed, a creed common to most of Christendom and… Continue reading Sci-fi and Religion
Talking tattoos, childhood friends and twitter with our author Jackie Buckle.