#Reviews from The Reader Magazine

We were delighted on opening up the latest edition of The Reader to find no less than three James Clarke & Co titles favourably reviewed within its pages:

Inferior Office?
A History of Deacons in the Church of England
By Francis Young
ISBN: 9780227174883

Inferior Office_9780227174883“This erudite book makes a valuable contribution to our understanding of the history of the diaconate in the Church of England from the Reformation to the present day.”

Gloria Cadman, The Reader, Vol. 115 No. 2, Summer 2016

Atonement Theories
A Way through the Maze
By Ben Pugh
ISBN: 9780227175002

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“An excellent book which more than lives up to the claims made for it by the author in his introduction. It is well-written and easy to read as well as being thoroughly referenced. … This book has much to offer Readers at whatever stage of their ministry, and will hopefully go some way to bringing about a rapprochement between those who hold particular views at opposite ends of the spectrum – to the exclusion of all others.”

Marion Gray, The Reader, Vol. 115 No. 2, Summer 2016

Apostle Paul
A Polite Bribe
By Robert Orlando
ISBN: 9780227175101

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“It’s certainly a fresh perspective – enjoyable, provoking, interesting and challenging…”

John Knowles, The Reader, Vol. 115 No. 2, Summer 2016

 

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