Reviews

First published: July 2010
Philip Jenkins is writing prolifically at the moment and writing well.
First published: July 2010
Pete Ward introduces his vision for new ways of being church (this is no single blueprint) in response to what some sociologists have...
First published: July 2010
This is Rob Frost's nineteenth book and he certainly wears well!
First published: July 2010
This book should interest British Methodists for two reasons: firstly because it has been written in the wake of ‘denominational moves to...
First published: July 2010
These three small publications from OMF, formerly the China Inland Mission founded by James Hudson Taylor in 1865, are written to show the...
First published: July 2010
This book is brilliant. What I really like about it is the way in which it covers so many things but makes it all accessible.
First published: July 2010
This is a book that addresses many of the issues that churches are grappling with as they seek to relate to the postmodern world.
First published: July 2010
This book is aimed at making sense to ordinary humans of the mass of data collected and published as a result of the 2005 English Church...
First published: July 2010
This book helps the Bible speak today in areas we often joke about with stories of the Apostle Peter at the pearly gates.
First published: July 2010
Bob Jackson is highly respected in Anglican circles for his work and research in the field of Church growth and this book brings together a...

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