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Every month we offer discounts on a number of selected titles. Please note that these discounts are offered only to customers ordering from us directly.

An Unexpected Light

An Unexpected Light:

Theology and Witness in the Poetry and Thought of Charles Williams, Micheal O'Siadhail and Geoffrey Hill

By David C. Mahan

A challenging and original argument that the arts, and poetry in particular, offer a medium for developing and communicating theological insights.

Book of the Month
Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780227173367
£18.06 (was £21.25)
Offer ends 31 May 2019
Re-Appropriating "Marvellous Fables"

Re-Appropriating "Marvellous Fables":

Justin Martyr's Strategic Retrieval of Myth in 1 Apology

By Noël Wayne Pretila

An appraisal of Justin Martyr's approach to Classical mythology, showing his skill in co-opting pagan literature for Christian apologetics.

Special Offer
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ISBN: 9780227174586
£15.30 (was £17.00)
Offer ends 31 May 2019
Spiritual Reading

Spiritual Reading:

A Study of the Christian Practice of Reading Scripture

By Angela Lou Harvey

An examination of lectio divina, the reading of scripture for spiritual nurture, and its relation to biblical scholarship and reading the bible as literature.

Special Offer
Print Paperback
ISBN: 9780227176122
£17.55 (was £19.50)
Offer ends 31 May 2019
The Tangled Bank

The Tangled Bank:

Toward an Ecotheological Ethics of Responsible Participation

By Michael S. Hogue

A critical discussion of the theological ethics of ecology that calls for a naturalistic approach that recognises human beings as part of nature.

Special Offer
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ISBN: 9780227173350
£19.13 (was £21.25)
Offer ends 31 May 2019