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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.

Religious Origins of Democratic Pluralism

Religious Origins of Democratic Pluralism:

Paul Peter Waldenström and the Politics of the Swedish Awakening 1868–1917

By Mark Safstrom

A study of how the Swedish Church influenced the emergence of Swedish social democracy, focussing on the work of preacher and politician Paul Peter Waldenström.

Book of the Month
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ISBN: 9780227176191
£19.13 (was £22.50)
Offer ends 31 Mar 2019
Alcuin

Alcuin:

His Life and Legacy

By Douglas Dales

An authoritative and ground-breaking biography of the 8th-century theologian and statesman Alcuin of York, revealing his importance for the period.

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ISBN: 9780227173466
£18.90 (was £21.00)
Offer ends 31 Mar 2019
Light to the Isles

Light to the Isles:

Mission and Theology in Celtic and Anglo-Saxon Britain

By Douglas Dales

A major study of the development of early English Church from a theological perspective, shedding new light on the early Anglo-Saxon missionaries.

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ISBN: 9780227173411
£19.13 (was £21.25)
Offer ends 31 Mar 2019
Paul's Non-Violent Gospel

Paul's Non-Violent Gospel:

The Theological Politics of Peace in Paul's Life and Letters

By Jeremy Gabrielson

An insightful study of Paul's commitment to peace and non-violence, exploring the personal, theological and political aspects of his thought.

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ISBN: 9780227174654
£15.30 (was £17.00)
Offer ends 31 Mar 2019