Welcome to the latest edition of the James Clarke & Co and The Lutterworth Press newsletter!
Wednesday 4th October – The London School of Theology will be holding a book launch for the first volume of Matthew Knell’s Sin Grace and Free Will, which is available to purchase in hardcover now.
Wednesday 11th to Sunday 15th October – This month, James Clarke & Co/The Lutterworth Press will be exhibiting at the Frankfurt Book Fair! Feel free to stop by stand number 4.2.K96 to pick up a catalogue and discuss our exciting range of upcoming titles.
Saturday 21st October – Join Griff Rhys Jones, Libby Purves and Sophie Neville, author of The Making of Swallows and Amazons (1974) for the Marathon Read at Pin Mill Sailing Club in Suffolk, to celebrate the 80th Anniversary of the publication of Arthur Ransome’s book ‘We Didn’t Mean To Go To Sea’. This will be followed by ‘An Evening with Griff Rhys Jones’ at the Suffolk Food Hall.
Please click the links below for more information and extracts on our newly published titles:
By Stuart Durant
An exploration of the textile designs of Charles Francis Annesley Voysey, the vernacular architect and designer.
By Matthew Knell
The first of three volumes exploring the development of the concepts of sin, grace and free will in Christian theology, beginning with the Church Fathers.
By Kyoko Yuasa
An examination of the philosophy underlying G.K. Chesterton’s approach to perceiving the meaning in the world around us.
By Mark Graves
An imaginative synthesis of science and theology that establishes the growth and flourishing of the person as the cornerstone of Christian healing.
Edited by Christian T. Collins Winn and John L. Drury
A collection of essays that seek to advance the dialogue between evangelical theologians and the legacy of Karl Barth.
By T.M. Derico
A critical study of the evidence for literary borrowing in the Synoptic Gospels, showing that oral tradition may also account for verbal agreement.
Edited by R.J. McKelvey
An exploration of the Christology of the Epistle to the Hebrews, emphasising the complementary nature of the key images of ‘pioneer’ and ‘priest’.
By Jacques Ellul and translated by Lisa Richmond
A new translation of Jacques Ellul’s classic work, setting out a radical Christian response to the forces of technology and modernity.
By Christophe Chalamet
A study of the Social Christian movement within French Protestantism and its role in resisting the persecution of the Jews in World War Two.
By Michael Ian Bochenski
An examination of the parallels between liberation theology and 16th century Anabaptism and the transformative model they offer for the modern church.
Don’t forget, we always have a great selection of titles on special offer: