Reviews

First published: July 2010
This book is an account of the life of a North Yorkshire farmer, his diary, his memories, his photographs, sayings - and a very useful...
First published: July 2010
The splash of colour through a car windscreen gives an attractive front cover to this slim paperback.
First published: July 2010
I read these two books to help me ask myself what it is to be an evangelical gospel Christian in the 21st century.
First published: July 2010
The Christian community must undoubtedly realise that there is a desperate need for Christ in our world today.
First published: July 2010
David Firth is Director of Extension Studies at St John's College Nottingham, and if this book is a sample of his scholarship and clarity...
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
Following the studies in recent issues of Headline on the book of Amos, readers may have been challenged to address the social and...
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.
First published: July 2010
The Religious Hatred Bill failed in Parliament, so why now review this book?
First published: July 2010
I sometimes detect fears among some of my fellow evangelicals about theological training: will college destroy your faith; are all training...

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