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  • Cover of the book Reconciliation The Journey of a Lifetime
    Reconciliation: The Journey of a Lifetime
    This book approaches reconciliation in a reflective way, drawing on the Christian tradition (from the Bible to the Desert Fathers and Mothers to Mary Slessor) to reveal the centrality of reconciliation for faith. It shows that Christianity can offer society a deep understanding of this concept.
  • Cover of the book Reconciling One and All
    Reconciling One and All
    Reconciliation is high on many agendas today.  Brian Castle argues convincingly that reconciliation between God and humanity is at the heart of the Christian faith.
  • Cover of the book Unofficial God?
    Unofficial God?
    Theology is regarded as the domain of Church and academy:  understandings of God that emerge from outside these establishments, if they are recognized at all, are often considered inferior.  Yet it was beyond the walls of the city, outside the establishment, that some of the most significant events in Christian history took place.
  • Cover of the book Sing a New Song to the Lord
    Sing a New Song to the Lord
    ‘Hymns are the folk-song of the Church militant.’ Eric Routley. When people with very different backgrounds, cultures and languages come together to worship, they are united in the singing of hymns.
  • Cover of the book Hymns: The Making and Shaping of a Theology for the Whole People of God
    Hymns: The Making and Shaping of a Theology for the Whole People of God
    The theological potential of hymns has never been fully exploited. This study shows how hymns communicate theology and enable those without a formal theological education to enter into theological debate.