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
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!
‘The Final Days of Jesus: The Thrill of Defeat, The Agony of Victory: A Classical Historian Explores Jesus’s Arrest, Trial, and Execution’ By Mark D. Smith ISBN: 9780718895105 The Book: In The Final Days of Jesus, Mark Smith brings his experience as a classical historian to bear on the life of the historical Jesus, piecing… Continue reading Published this week: ‘The Final Days of Jesus’ by Mark D. Smith
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!
2017 was a great year for The Lutterworth Press. It was a year of decorative designs, religious reflections and Lakeland larks, and this year promises to bring a similarly eclectic range of fabulous new titles. And as we all settle into the new year, what better time than now to look towards the months ahead?… Continue reading A New Year of Exciting Titles from The Lutterworth Press
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
The Atheist’s Primer by Michael Palmer ISBN: 9780718892975 “… Atheism should be studied both by believers and unbelievers for understanding argumentation and limits about the rational proof of the existence of God. For these who want to consider this issue, The Atheist’s Primer is undoubtedly the manual.” Pedro José Grande Sánchez, Anuario Filosófico Volume… Continue reading Review! ‘The Atheist’s Primer’
The Atheist’s Primer by Michael Palmer ISBN: 9780718892975 “… Palmer’s book is refreshing in that it approaches atheism from a philosophical perspective… A narrative of Western atheism’s progression that is highly readable and accessible to the general reader…” Richard Viladesau, Theological Studies, Vol. 75, Issue 3 September 2014
The Church of England and The First World War by Alan Wilkinson ISBN: 9780718803217 “Alan Wilkinson, an impressively insightful Anglican priest, surveys comprehensively the Church’s involvements in the Great War – ranging from the livid propaganda, through agonized reflection, to an incipient pacifism that was not fully articulated within Anglicanism till the 1930s.” Jonathan Benthall,… Continue reading Review! The Church of England and The First World War
The Church of England and the First World War by Alan Wilkinson ISBN: 9780718893217 “There are many interesting pen portraits and episodes set out here, and some illuminating pictures […] This remains a very good introduction to its subject.” Michael Yelton, Circuit Judge in East Anglia, in Anglo-Catholic History Society Newsletter, May 2014