The Newsletter

Newsletter

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

Keep reading for details of our upcoming events in July or skip below for the list of our newly published titles.

A few dates for your diary:

15th July – Christine Mangala Frost, author of The Human Icon: A Comparative Study of Hindu and Orthodox Christian Beliefs, will be discussing her book at The Orthodox Fellowship of St John the Baptist summer conference. Her talk will take place between 11 and 11:30 AM.

19th July – David Wilkinson, author of the forthcoming The Alfred Wallis Factor: Conflict in Post-War St Ives Art, will be giving a talk at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge between 1:15 and 2:00 PM. This is running in conjunction with the museum’s exhibition ‘Sea to Shore:  Paintings by Alfred Wallis and Christopher Wood’.

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

Latest Titles

Divine Remaking

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.

A Tale of Two Theologians (Paperback)

By Ambrose Mong

A discussion of the challenges of liberation theology and religious pluralism, in dialogue with two leading Third World theologians.

Recent Titles

The Making of Swallows and Amazons (1974)

By Sophie Neville

A thoroughly engaging memoir of the filming of Arthur Ransome’s classic children’s tale, written by the actress who played Titty Walker.

The Human Icon: A Comparative Study of Hindu and Orthodox Christian Beliefs

By Christine Mangala Frost

A contribution to the dialogue between Hinduism and Orthodox Christianity, emphasising important commonalities in thought and practice.

The Claim of Humanity in Christ: Salvation and Sanctification in the Theology of T.B. and J.B. Torrance

By Alexandra S. Radcliff

A treatise on the radical theology of salvation of T.B. and J.B. Torrance, expanding upon their themes and offering a reply to their critics.

Dialogue Derailed: Joseph Ratzinger’s War against Pluralist Theology

By Ambrose Mong

A critique of Joseph Ratzinger’s opposition to religious pluralism, showing how it fails to engage with the experience of the church in Asia.

Finding All Things in God: Pansacramentalism and Doing Theology Interreligiously

By Hans Gustafson

An enquiry into the role of pansacramentalism as a bridge between theology and spirituality and its implications for interreligious studies.

Paul’s Letter to the Romans and Roman Imperialism: An Ideological Analysis of the Exordium (Romans 1:1–17)

By Ian E. Rock

A new reading of First Romans as an anti-imperial missive, revealing the complex interplay between theology and ideology.

Spiritual Being and Becoming: Western Christian and Modern Scientific Views of Human Nature for Spiritual Formation

By Eric J. Kyle

A creative synthesis of theological and scientific views of the human person and their application to Christian spiritual development.

The Wheat and the Tares: Doctrines of the Church in the Reformation, 1500–1590

By Andrew Allan Chibi

A comprehensive account of the development and diversity of ecclesiological thought during the Reformation in the sixteenth-century.

 

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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