Welcome to the latest edition of the James Clarke & Co and The Lutterworth Press newsletter!
Keep reading for details of our upcoming events in June or skip below for the list of our newly published titles.
A few dates for your diary:
Sophie Neville has a number of events planned in celebration of her book The Making of Swallows and Amazons (1974)..
11th June – Sophie will be signing books at An Otter Garden Party at Baker Mill, Frampton Mansell near Stroud in Gloucestershire GL68JH. This will be held in aid of Oak and Furrow Wildlife Rescue.
14th June – Sophie will be giving a talk on ‘The Making of Swallows & Amazons at The Captain’s Club in Christchurch in aid of Oakhaven Hospice and The Waterberg Trust
17th to 23rd June – Sophie will be in Holland, sailing Arthur Ransome’s yacht, the Nancy Blackett. This will commemorate the 50th anniversary of Ransome’s death and the 80th Anniversary of the publication of his book ‘We Didn’t Mean To Go To Sea’.
Please click the links below for more information and extracts on our newly published titles:
By Sophie Neville
A thoroughly engaging memoir of the filming of Arthur Ransome’s classic children’s tale, written by the actress who played Titty Walker.
By Christine Mangala Frost
A contribution to the dialogue between Hinduism and Orthodox Christianity, emphasising important commonalities in thought and practice.
By Alexandra S. Radcliff
A treatise on the radical theology of salvation of T.B. and J.B. Torrance, expanding upon their themes and offering a reply to their critics.
By Ambrose Mong
A critique of Joseph Ratzinger’s opposition to religious pluralism, showing how it fails to engage with the experience of the church in Asia.
By Hans Gustafson
An enquiry into the role of pansacramentalism as a bridge between theology and spirituality and its implications for interreligious studies.
By Ian E. Rock
A new reading of First Romans as an anti-imperial missive, revealing the complex interplay between theology and ideology.
By Eric J. Kyle
A creative synthesis of theological and scientific views of the human person and their application to Christian spiritual development
By Andrew Allan Chibi
A comprehensive account of the development and diversity of ecclesiological thought during the Reformation in the sixteenth-century.
Don’t forget, we always have a great selection of titles on special offer: