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
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We are pleased to announce the book launch of two new titles by Steven Richard Rutt, Roland Allen: A Missionary Life and Roland Allen: A Theology of Mission. The author provides an intellectual portrait of this remarkable man, based on the influences and experiences that shaped Roland Allen into the person and the missionary he became:… Continue reading Book launch: Roland Allen by Steven Richard Rutt
Monday Musings on the new President Elect from Lutterworth author and guest blogger, Rev. Timothy Carson, D.Min, Senior Pastor of Broadway Christian Church Columbia, Missouri, USA. Some of you know that I have delved into liminal studies for many years. In fact, my doctoral work centered on this, and a second edition of Liminal Reality… Continue reading Finding liminality in America’s new leadership: an American pastor’s thoughts
Here at The Lutterworth Press, we want to give you a free book. We have a crisp new signed copy of Swallows, Amazons and Coots: A Reading of Arthur Ransome, by Julian Lovelock, just waiting to be sent to a good home. All you have to do is enter a simple competition and the book… Continue reading Competition Time! Win a signed copy of ‘Swallows, Amazons and Coots’ by Julian Lovelock
Mere Education C. S. Lewis as Teacher for Our Time by Mark A. Pike ISBN: 9780718893255 “The author has produced a superb work, synthesizing the thought on education and schooling sprinkled through many of Lewis’s books-fiction and nonfiction, apologetic, and purely academic… Christian educators will grow in their understanding of teaching and their development as… Continue reading Review! Mere Education
The Jewish Book Week is taking place at Kings Place, London, until this Sunday, the 2nd of March. More than 65 events have been happening as part of the 62nd edition of the Festival, and until Sunday some exciting contemporary perspectives will continue to be presented, such as the relation between Judaism and Punk, or… Continue reading In London this weekend?