Reviews

First published: July 2010
Most of us work in churches that have seen a massive decline in the number of children and families worshipping with us regularly.
First published: July 2010
Despite its title, this book is not a lament for the vanishing glories of the institutional church, but an excellent analysis of how...
First published: July 2010
In his preface, Neil Martin writes, ‘One Sunday afternoon, I remember having lunch at Ruth’s house [his wife-to-be] and meeting a Christian...
First published: July 2010
This may seem a title with a little less controversy than the previous titles mentioned.
First published: July 2010
Publishers are forever claiming that this or that book is unique, but I confess that I have never read anything quite like this!
First published: July 2010
Outside my study window in Nigeria was the grave of Mary Hanney, the wife of one of the early pioneers of the work in Eastern Nigeria.
First published: July 2010
As we see so much marriage and family break-up, to the detriment of all in society, it is encouraging to read books that want to ‘build a...
First published: July 2010
This is the third book in IVP's splendid The Bible Speaks Today: Bible Themes series. Its author, Derek Tidball, is one of the editors of...
First published: July 2010
The sub-title of this study summarises its area of research: ‘Keswick and the Reshaping of Wesleyan Holiness 1875-1905’.
First published: July 2010
The authors of this book are both United Methodist Church pastors serving on the staff of the Reutlingen Theological Seminary in Germany.

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