Events for the Future
Friday 26th April – ‘Transforming Lives’ discussion event about the women behind ‘Save the Children’ charity – At Newnham College, Cambridge University on Friday 26th April 6-7pm (5:15pm for drinks before the event) one of our authors, Petá Dunstan will speak about her title ‘Campaigning for Life’, discussing one of the co-founders of ‘Save the Children’, Dorothy Buxton. She will be alongside fellow author Clare Mulley, who will be speaking about Dorothy’s sister and also co-founder of ‘Save the Children’, Eglantyne Jebb. For more information on this event see here, to book tickets visit here and to see more information on the book, see here. Copies of ‘Campaigning for Life’ will be available for purchase.
Sunday 28th April – ‘Campaigning for Life’ Book Talk at All Nations College, Easneye, 2:15pm – 3:30pm – A talk from Petá Dunstan and a representative from ‘Save the Children’ charity discussing the book ‘Campaigning for Life’ as well as the opportunity for a cream tea and more. Copies of ‘Campaigning for Life’ should be available for purchase. To get a ticket for this event please email: email@example.com.
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Latest Titles and Forthcoming Titles
Way Back To God: The Spiritual Theology of Saint Bonaventure – by Douglas Dales – Publication Date: 25/04/19
Bonaventure was a great pastor and preacher, and also a very effective teacher. His writing shows clarity and conviction, and his authority arose from his profound grasp of Scripture and patristic monastic tradition. ‘Way Back to God’ is a comprehensive conspectus and study of how Bonaventure taught Christian theology and applied it to spiritual life. It is intended to be a guide through most of his writings (though not as a substitute for reading them). It provides a bridge into his thought, and also a remarkable hand-book of Christian theology in its bearing upon spiritual life.
Don’t forget, we always have a great selection of titles on special offer: