The Newsletter


Welcome to the latest edition of the James Clarke & Co and The Lutterworth Press newsletter!


Last month James Clarke & Co/The Lutterworth Press exhibited at the Frankfurt Book Fair! You can read our blog post about it here.

Friday November 3rd: The C.F.A Voysey Society is holding their 6th Annual Lecture and applications for attendance are now open. Also be sure to check out our new revised edition of The Decorative Designs of C.F.A. Voysey by Stuart Durant.

Wednesday November 8th: Author David Wilkinson will be giving a presentation on his new book, The Alfred Wallis Factor: Conflict in Post-War St Ives Art! If you are in the St Ives area, stop by the Borlase Smart Room of the famous Porthmeor Studios. It is free to attend and starts at 7PM.

Friday November 17th – Tuesday November 21st: This month James Clarke & Co/The Lutterworth Press will be exhibiting at the American Academy of Religion and the Society of Biblical Literature’s Annual Meeting in Boston! The Annual Meetings are the largest events of the year in the fields of religious studies and theology. Feel free to stop by stand number 2542 to pick up our catalogues and discuss our exciting range of forthcoming titles.


Please click the links below for more information and extracts on our newly published titles:


Reflections for the Unfolding Year
By Alan Wilkinson
A selection of addresses on the life of the Anglican Church, taking inspiration from its liturgical calendar, its people and the issues that it faces today.

The Universe is Indifferent: Theology, Philosophy and Mad Men
By Ann W. Duncan and Jacob L. Goodson (editors)
A collection of essays exploring the theological, philosophical and social issues raised by the American television series Mad Men.

A Theology of Nonsense
By Josephine Gabelman
A defence of Christian theology as being both nonsensical and true, better served by comparison with the literature of Lewis Carroll than by rational apologetics.

To Follow the Lambe Wheresoever He Goeth: The Ecclesial Polity of the English Calvinistic Baptists 1640-1660
By Ian Birch
A study of the development of the Calvinistic Baptist movement during the English Commonwealth, and the Christological ecclesiology that it espoused.

Divine Remaking: St Bonaventure and the Gospel of Luke (Paperback)
By Douglas Dales
An introduction to the thought and writings of the Franciscan theologian St Bonaventure, through his insightful commentary on the Gospel of St Luke.

Sin, Grace and Free Will: A Historical Survey of Christian Thought (Volume 1: The Apostolic Fathers to Augustine)
By Matthew Knell
The first of three volumes exploring the development of the concepts of sin, grace and free will in Christian theology, beginning with the Church Fathers.

Don’t forget, we always have a great selection of titles on special offer:

Click here to see offers on Academic titles from James Clarke & Co

Click here to see offers on Adult Non-Fiction and Children’s titles from The Lutterworth Press


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