With the coming out of the next installment in the Star Wars saga we couldn’t find a better opportunity to discuss the relationship between Sci-Fi and religion. Who better to do it then Rev. David Dickinson in his forthcoming book Make-Believe. In his newest book he takes this subject into consideration on the Chapter “Science… Continue reading Sci-fi and Religion
By Lake Falconer The lesser known haunts of the Swallows and Amazons When someone mentions Swallows and Amazons, there’s a good chance that your mind wanders off to the brooding peaks and glassy waters of the Lake District. Though the Swallows and the Amazons did spend many a happy hour in Cumbria, their other novels… Continue reading Arthur Ransome’s Other Waters
On the 1-3rd September, James Clarke & Co. / The Lutterworth Press’s Emily Jones was delighted to attend the British New Testament Society Conference to meet with professors, authors and conference-goers at Chester University, as this year’s BNTC hosts. Exhibiting alongside other publishing houses such as Bloomsbury, Alban Books, Baylor, Wipf and Stock and SPCK.… Continue reading British New Testament Society Conference 2016
In the highly anticipated lead-up to the release of Swallows, Amazons and Coots later this month, we were able to catch up with author, Julian Lovelock to hear all about his motivations, interests and upcoming projects! 1. What inspired you to write Swallows, Amazons and Coots: A Reading of Arthur Ransome? It began life as… Continue reading Meet the Author: Our Q&A with Julian Lovelock
In the lead up to the publication of his new title Words of Power: Reading Shakespeare and the Bible, we were able to catch up with Prof. Jem Bloomfield to ask him some questions about himself and his work! 1. What inspired you to write about Shakespeare and the Bible? They’re both texts – or collections of… Continue reading Meet the Author: Our Interview with Jem Bloomfield
With Springtime now truly upon us and temperatures rising by the day, the National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies, or NAFAS as they are more commonly known, have placed 6th May as National Flower Arranging Day! Following the great success of ‘The Lonely Bouquet’ campaign last year, members of the societies have gathered to leave bouquets… Continue reading It’s National Flower Arranging Day!
May 4th is upon us once again, and fans around the globe are set to pay homage to George Lucas’ Science Fantasy cult saga. Over the years the popular saying “May the fourth be with you” has gained a life of its own, making Star Wars Day possibly the punniest holiday in existence. As such, here… Continue reading Happy Star Wars Day! Here’s our list of top picks to celebrate.
The Angel Roofs of East Anglia Unseen masterpieces of the Middle Ages By Michael Rimmer ISBN: 9780718893699 “This is a slim volume, packed with heavenly delights – I can’t recommend it enough.” Lucy Stewart, The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings Magazine, Spring 2016
Christian Theology and African Traditions by Matthew Michael ISBN: 9780718892944 “Michael alternates between summarising historical approaches to a wide array of theological topics and exploring African traditions… The diversity of the theological topics that Michael considers in this book offers an implicit rebuke to the too-seductive idea that all African theology can be boiled down… Continue reading Review! ‘Christian Theology and African Traditions’
Life, the Universe and Everything An Aristotelian Philosophy for a Scientific Age by Ric Machuga ISBN: 9780718892739 “The book’s text is refreshingly nontechnical, and it would make an excellent companion for undergraduate teaching… And those who hold that metaphysics is a bunch of illogical non-sense are unlikely to accept that the ecumenical system-building on display… Continue reading Review! ‘Life, the Universe and Everything’