This is a navigational tool for readers who want a broad overview of the Bible, grasp its major themes and understand its key teachings. Both Old and New Testaments are broken down into easy-to-manage sections: each containing a narrative summary, quotations and a commentary explaining the concerns of the original authors.
SPCK’s Prayers on the Move booklet provides readers with daily prayers and inspiration and advice to support and enrich your prayer life. The booklet is suitable for individuals, of all faiths and none, who are seeking to connect with the spiritual in their own lives.
Barry is trying to get used to life on the outside. All he wants it to make up with his sister and lead a normal life. But with no money, no job and the local drug dealer after him, will Barry be able to keep out of trouble? Bare Freedom, is the sequel to Forty-six Quid and a Bag of Dirty Washing also by Andy Croft. This book is particularly suitable for adults who want to improve their reading skills. It includes ‘What do you think?’ questions at the end of each chapter.
‘A biography of St Paul by his greatest living interpreter: it is a dream come true. This is the book that I had always hoped Tom Wright might write, while doubting that he ever would. And now here it is – and, my goodness, it does not disappoint!’ Tom Holland, author of Rubicon: The Triumph and Tragedy of the Roman Republic ‘In eloquent and inviting prose, one of the world’s leading New Testament scholars retells the story behind the story, the story of the Apostle Paul whose letters have shaped so much of subsequent history. Drawing on his decades of acquaintance with Paul, both informed on other Pauline scholarship and ready to reread Paul independently where needed, Wright brin...
Dietrich Bonhoeffer remains one of the twentieth century's most influential theologians and this is a short, accessible and engaging introduction to the man. Written by an internationally acclaimed Bonhoeffer scholar, the book considers the role Bonhoeffer played in resisting the Nazis and his attitude to the Jews and the Holocaust.
A short, accessible and engaging introduction to Karl Barth. Densil Morgan makes Barth's often complex, rich and provocative thinking accessible to a wide audience. He provides an introduction to the daunting, multi volume The Church Dogmatics, sketches the central themes of Barth's work and familiarizes the reader with the way Barth approached theological issues.