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… Continue reading New Reviews!
We are pleased to present some reviews from The Heythrop Journal, Ching Feng, The Expository Times, Church Times, Baptist Quarterly, Churchman and The Glass. If any of these titles intrigue you, feel free to check out the links for more information and to make your order. China’s Urban Christians: A Light that Cannot be Hidden By… Continue reading Check out our New Reviews!
We are delighted to present some reviews from Reviews in Religion and Theology, who have been kind enough to highlight some of our thought-provoking books in their January issue. If any of these titles intrigue you, feel free to check out the links for more information and to make your order. Pope Francis: His Life… Continue reading Hot Off the Press: New Reviews!
The world of the Swallows and Amazons, so permanently close to the hearts and the cartography of those in the Lake District, is likely to come under further scrutiny this year, the 50th anniversary… Source: Swallows, Amazons and the need for escapism
Arthur Ransome: who was the author really? Sheena Grant of the East Anglian Daily Times interviews author of Swallows, Amazons and Coots: A Reading of Arthur Ransome Julian Lovelock to find out… For more from Julian Lovelock, click here to read his author Q&A with us. To read reviews, extracts and to find out where… Continue reading Arthur Ransome: who was the author really?
by Thomas Creedy I was delighted to recieve a copy of this book in the post, as it combines a number of my passions in one ‘handy’ volume. Regular readers will know that I am passionate about reading, the Bible, and books in general. Old friends will also know that I had a limited… Continue reading #Review ‘Words of Power: Reading Shakespeare and the Bible’
An inciteful and certainly unique review, that raises some fascinating questions for discussion, of our favourite book and author, Words of Power by Jem Bloomfield. “Bloomfield’s strength is his ability to touch upon highly complex topics and make them accessible while still acknowledging their complexity. I very much hope that there’s room for an expanded… Continue reading #Review Words of Power