February Special Offers!

A number of choice titles are available from our website at a discounted price. Don’t miss this opportunity, the offers will end on the 28th of February!

Book of the Month:

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The Sculptor and His Stone: Selected Readings on Hellenistic and Christian Learning and Thought in the Early Greek Fathers
Edited by Archbishop Chrysostomos
A collection of essays exploring the importance of classical Hellenistic thought in the early development of the Eastern Orthodox tradition.

Paperback was £15.00 -> Now 15% discount £12.75

 

Special Offers:
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Did Jesus Speak Greek?: The Emerging Evidence of Greek Dominance in First-Century Palestine
By G. Scott Gleaves
A critique of the Aramaic Hypothesis that has dominated historical Jesus studies, suggesting that the language Jesus and his followers spoke was Greek.

Paperback was £17.75 -> Now 10% discounted £15.98

 

 

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The One and the Three: Nature, Person and Triadic Monarchy in the Greek and Irish Patristic Tradition
By Chrysostom Koutloumousianos
A fertile study of convergences in early monastic thought in Ireland and Byzantine Greece, revealing theological insights into ecclesiology and the Trinity.

Paperback was £25.75 -> Now 10% discounted £23.18

 

Divine Essence and Divine Energies
Divine Essence and Divine Energies: Ecumenical Reflections on the Presence of God in Eastern Orthodoxy
Edited by C. Athanasopoulos and C. Schneider
Essays exploring, from a multiplicity of viewpoints, the philosophical and theological dimensions of the essence-energy distinction in Orthodox Christianity.

Paperback was £25.75 -> Now 10% discounted £23.18

 

 

 

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September: Monthly Special Offers

A new month is upon us, and that means its time for our monthly special offers! A number of choice titles are available from our website at a discounted price.

September’s 10% discounted titles are:

Postsecularism: The Hidden Challenge to Extremism
By Mike King
An innovative look at how spiritual and secular thought collide and combine in today’s world, charting a new way forward that combines the best of both worldviews.
Paperback was £27.00, now £24.30

And another title by Mr King:

Secularism: The Hidden Origins of Disbelief
By Mike King
A timely and fascinating examination of the decline in religious faith and rise of secular thought in western intellectual society.
Paperback was £27.00, now £24.30!

Quietism, Dynamic Passivity, and the Void
By Trevor Boiling
Drawing on a new translation of the Spiritual Guide of Miguel de Molinos, this is a highly original and wide-ranging discussion of Quietism and its central concepts of spiritual peace, power and passivity.
Paperback was £33.25, now 29.93!

And finally, September’s Book of the Month (with a 15% discount) is:

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Subversive Spirituality: Transforming Mission through the Collapse of Space and Time
By L. Paul Jensen
An original and enlightening discussion of the relationship between spirituality and mission in a world where the spatial and temporal aspects of contemporary living have become increasingly constricted.
Paperback was £27.00, now £22.95!

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August: Monthly Special Offers!

This August we bring your more of our monthly special offers. Each month we offer three titles at 10% off and one title for 15% off on our website:
www.jamesclarke.co

For August the special offers are:

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Communion in the Messiah: Studies in the Relationship between Judaism and Christianity
By Lev Gillet
This challenging book develops two main themes: the substitution of dialogue for the one-sided ‘mission to the Jews’, and the communion of Jews and Christians in the one Messiah.
Paperback was £21.75 now £19.58

In the End, God… : A Study of the Christian Doctrine of the Last Things
By John A.T. Robinson
An important and challenging reinterpretation of the traditional themes of Christian eschatology, locating their true theological significance in the lives and experience of the faithful.
Paperback was £21.25 now £19.13

Miracles and Revelation
By John Lawton
A study of the role of miracles in the Bible and of the way in which changing concepts of faith and of revelation have altered the understanding of the miraculous.
Paperback was £27.00 now £24.30
And June’s monthly 15% offer is for:

The New Testament Concept of Atonement: The Gospel of the Calvary Event
By H.D. McDonald

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A detailed study of the New Testament concentrating on the Christian doctrine of salvation and atonement, examining the importance of Christ’s atoning act for man’s redemption.

 

Paperback was £21.25 now £17.21

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July: Monthly Special Offers!

It’s a new month and a new selection of monthly special offers. As you may already be aware each month we offer three titles at 10% off and one title for 20% off on our website:
www.jamesclarke.co

The regular special offers are:

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C.S. Lewis and a Problem of Evil: An Investigation of a Pervasive Theme
By Jerry Root
An examination of C.S. Lewis’s ethical thought, in particular his critique of subjectivism, as explored through his fictional writings.
Paperback available at £24.25 £21.83

Critique of Heaven
By Arend Theodoor van Leeuwen
The first series of van Leeuwen’s Gifford Lectures examining the young Karl Marx’s developing thought, of importance to those studying Marx and those involved in Marxist-Christian dialogue.
Paperback available at £21.75 £19.13

English Classical Scholarship: Historical Reflections on Bentley, Porson and Housman
By C.O. Brink
An authoritative study of the development of English classical scholarship from the 16th century to the 20th, concentrating on the three giants in the field: Richard Bentley, Richard Porson, and A.E. Housman.
Paperback available at £21.25 £19.58

 

And June’s monthly 20% offer is for:

Mystical Element of Religion: Volume I
By Friedrich von Hügel

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Was £32.75 £27.84
The first volume of the classic study of spirituality and mysticism in the Western religious tradition, focusing on the life of Catherine of Genoa. Also available as a two volume set.

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June: Monthly Special Offers!

It’s a new month and a new selection of monthly special offers. As you may be aware already each month we have three titles available at 10% off and one title for 20% off.

The regular special offers are:

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The Proof of the External World: Cartesian Theism and the Possibility of Knowledge
By Steven M. Duncan
This fastinating analysis of Descartes’ epistemology attempts to set forth a viable theistic approach to the problems of knowledge, and in particular our knowledge of the external world.
Paperback available at £21.25 £19.13

Jesus Through Many Eyes: Introduction to the Theology of the New Testament
By Stephen Neill
In this guide to New Testament theology, Bishop Neill shows that within the many traditions and interpretations of Jesus there is an underlying unity of faith summed up in the words: Resurrection-Spirit-Reconciliation.
Paperback available at £21.25 £19.13

Speak Thus: Christian Language in Church and World
By Craig R. Hovey
A challenging exploration of the possibilities and limitations of the language of Christianity in the modern world.
Paperback available at £21.25 £19.13

 

And June’s monthly 20% offer is for:

Martin Luther and Buddhism
Aesthetics of Suffering
By Paul S. Chung

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Was £27.00, Now £22.95
An examination of the Lutheran theology of suffering in the context of the spiritual traditions of Asia.

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Monthly Special Offers!

It’s a new month and a new selection of monthly special offers. We hope you will find much to ignite some May time discussion in these books. As you may be aware already each month we have three titles available at 10% off and one title for 20% off.

The regular special offers are:

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An Introduction to Reformed Dogmatics
By Auguste Lecerf
A profound study of the nature and basis of religious knowledge that offers a valuable critique of European philosophy from the standpoint of orthodox Calvinism.
Paperback available at £28.75 £25.88

Following Jesus in Invaded Space: Doing Theology on Aboriginal Land
By Chris Budden
A critical theological discourse on the displacement of indigenous peoples from their lands, encouraging a theological dialogue that is more open to the voices and experience of the maginalised and dispossessed.
Paperback available at £18.50 £16.65

The Religion of Ancient Israel
By T.C. Vriezen
Based on a range of textual, literary and archaeological evidence, this informative guide to the religion of the Semitic peoples reveals both their religious practice and the place it occupied in their civilisation.
Paperback available at £26.25 £23.63

 

And May’s monthly 20% offer is for:

Death and Resurrection
The Shape and Function of a Literary Motif in the Book of Acts
By Dennis J. Horton

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Was £18.50, Now £15.73
An in-depth exploration of the motif of death and resurrection in the Acts of the Apostles, and the theological and sociological role that it plays in the Lukan narrative.

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Free Chapter Available! An intriguing study of the women included in Matthew’s genealogy of Jesus

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The Significance of the Women in Matthew’s Genealogy

by E. Anne Clements

ISBN: 9780227174746

An intriguing study of the women included in Matthew’s genealogy of Jesus, revealing their importance for our understanding of the radical message of the gospel.

 

Chapter 8: Tamar, Rahab, and Ruth: Aspects of Matthean Discipleship:
Part 1 has established that the first three named women of Matthew’s Gospel are characterized within their Hebrew narratives not in terms of their sinfulness or scandalous sexual activity but by their virtues of righteousness, faith, and loyalty. This short chapter will argue that righ-teousness, faith, and loyalty are three central aspects of the Matthean Jesus’ teaching in relation to discipleship. It is therefore significant that these themes first appear in the stories of Tamar (righteousness), Rahab (faithand loyalty), and Ruth (loyalty). The naming of Tamar, Rahab, and Ruth inthe genealogy highlights and anticipates the importance of these themes as key virtues for Matthew. No attempt will be made to address fully each theme; my purpose is… A free download of this chapter is available on our website, click here!