An exploration of how dance can be a form of religious expression in the Christian church, written by a professional dance educator.
A unique anthology of writings from English literature about the Book of Common Prayer, interspersed with essays on the history and culture of the Prayer Book.
Essays exploring the challenge for modern churches, especially in the Anglican tradition, of living authentically within the historic legacy of Christianity.
An insightful biography of the Roman Catholic priest, scholar and traveller Adrian Fortescue, showing the breadth of his interests and achievements.
An imaginative and enriching analysis of the poetry of John Donne and Emily Dickinson from a liturgical and theological perspective.
An examination of the history of the Book of Common Prayer in the Nonconformist churches.
A major work on the Book of Common Prayer by the leading 19th-century theologian and social thinker.
Originally published by the Prayer Book Society, this attractively illustrated volume brings together the collects of the Book of Common Prayer.
An exploration of the radical theology found in the sermons, journal, poems and letters of the great Methodist preacher Charles Wesley.
A defence of the practice of prayer for the dead, expanding upon the biblical and philosophical background and exploring the theological ramifications.
The first systematic, historical and critical study of the effects that the revision of liturgical language has had on the Western Church.
Practical and accessible yet theologically astute, a guide to rethinking Christian worship so that it engages fully with the Trinitarian essentials of the faith.