The Newsletter


Welcome to the January edition of the James Clarke & Co and The Lutterworth Press newsletter!

It’s a brand new year and here at the press we are all wishing it will bring you joy, laughter and much to read.

Keep reading to find out about our latest news and upcoming events or skip below for the list of our just published titles.


News and Events

The Society for the Old Testament Winter Meeting at the University of Nottingham begins today, and will continue until Thursday 4th January. Attendees will be able to pick up our catalogues full of intriguing titles as well as flyers offering discounts of select books. You read our James Clarke catalogues here, and our Lutterworth Press catalogues here.


Nigel Biggar, author of Between Kin and Cosmopolis: An Ethic of the Nation, has created a stir by writing a column in The Times in which he argues that the British ‘should moderate our post-colonial guilt’. What do you think?

Between Kin and Cosmopolis, in which Biggar presents his thoughts on the ethics of empire, is currently the James Clarke Book of the Month and is available at the discounted price of £13.00.


Latest Titles


The Oxbridge Evangelist: Motivations, Practices, and Legacy of C.S. Lewis

By Michael J. Gehring

A study of the evangelistic thought and practice of C.S. Lewis, and how his background helped shape his approach to apologetics.


Shaped for Service: Ministerial Formation and Virtue Ethics

By Paul W. Goodliff

An examination of how virtue ethics can provide a framework for understanding and enhancing the practice of pastoral ministry.


When Prayer Takes Place: Forays into a Biblical World

By J. Gerald Janzen, Brent A. Strawn and Patrick D. Miller (editors)

A collection of exegetical essays by the biblical scholar J. Gerald Janzen, exploring how the activity of prayer is presented in scripture.


Letters from the Pillar Apostles: The Formation of the Catholic Epistles as a Canonical Collection

By Darian R. Lockett

A study of the Catholic Epistles that views them not as isolated texts but as a collection unified by their canonical context within the New Testament.


Measuring the Distance between Locke and Toland: A Reason, Revelation, and Rejection during the Locke-Stillingfleet Debate

By Jonathan S. Marko

A re-examination of the differences in thought between John Locke and John Toland on the question of faith and reason.


Don’t forget, we always have a great selection of titles on special offer:

Click here to see offers on Academic titles from James Clarke & Co

Click here to see offers on Adult Non-Fiction and Children’s titles from The Lutterworth Press