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From the Dust

From the Dust

By F. Kefa Sempangi and Jennifer Melvin

The moving and inspiring story of one man's crusade to rescue the street children of Uganda from violence, destitution and hopelessness.

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ISBN: 9780718842888
£13.00 + VAT
The Games People Play

The Games People Play:

Theology, Religion, and Sport

By Robert Ellis

An exploration of modern sport as a theologically-significant activity, revealing sport's own quasi-religious aspects and its complex history with Christianity.

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ISBN: 9780718843243
£21.00 + VAT
Getting Here From There

Getting Here From There:

Conversations on Life and Work

By Margaret R. Miles and Hiroko Sakomura

A conversation between two women, American theologian and Japanese arts producer, combining personal reflection with insight into the gender roles and expectations that they have had to overcome.

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ISBN: 9780718840297
£12.25 + VAT
The Gift of Sublimation

The Gift of Sublimation:

A Psychoanalytic Study of Multiple Masculinities

By Nathan Carlin and Donald Capps

A theologically astute exploration of the varieties of masculinity, both historical and contemporary, through the lens of the psychoanalytic concept of sublimation.

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ISBN: 9780718844400
£12.25 + VAT
God? Very Probably

God? Very Probably:

Five Rational Ways to Think about the Question of God

By Robert H. Nelson

Drawing on a range of recent developments in science and theology, this book develops a new case for the rationality of believing in the existence of a monotheistic god.

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ISBN: 9780718844585
£17.50 + VAT
Gods and Arms

Gods and Arms:

On Religion and Armed Conflict

By Kjell-Åke Nordquist (editor)

A multi-perspective collection of essays on the role of religion in promoting armed conflict, and how religious efforts at peacemaking may be assisted by a greater understanding of religiously motivated violence.

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ISBN: 9780718841706
£12.00 + VAT
The Gospel According to the Blues

The Gospel According to the Blues

By Gary W. Burnett

Combining a love of the music with up-to-date biblical and theological scholarship, this is an exploration of the Blues as a mirror to the message of the Christian gospel.

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ISBN: 9780718843656
£9.00 + VAT

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ISBN: 9780718843632
£12.00 + VAT
Grace for the Injured Self

Grace for the Injured Self:

The Healing Approach of Heinz Kohut

By Terry D. Cooper and Robert L. Randall

An examination of Heinz Kohut's 'self psychology' as a method of treating the psychological injuries that threaten our self-cohesion and self-esteem, and the value of such an approach in pastoral care.

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ISBN: 9780718840815
£14.75 + VAT
Graham Sutherland

Graham Sutherland:

Life, Work and Ideas

By Rosalind Thuillier

Extensively illustrated and thoroughly researched, this is a valuable new study of the life and work of one of the major figures in 20th century British art, revealing the background and context of many of his greatest works.

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ISBN: 9780718842307
£27.75 + VAT

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ISBN: 9780718842291
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ISBN: 9780718842284
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The Great Tradition – A Great Labour

The Great Tradition – A Great Labour:

Studies in Ancient-Future Faith

By D.H. Williams and Philip Harrold (editors)

A selection of essays exploring the challenge for the modern churches, especially those within the Anglican tradition, of living authentically within the historic legacy of Christianity.

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ISBN: 9780718840709
£10.50 + VAT
A Greater Freedom

A Greater Freedom:

Biotechnology, Love, and Human Destiny (In Dialogue with Hans Jonas and Jürgen Habermas)

By Stephan Kampowski

An astute and timely study in theological ethics, analysing the promises of biotechnology and the risks that it poses to a proper understanding of human freedom and destiny.

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ISBN: 9780718841621
£14.50 + VAT
Green Politics is Eutopian

Green Politics is Eutopian

By Paul Gilk

An original and thought-provoking critique of the utopian underpinnings of modern global civilisation, setting out a eutopian Green alternative that also challenges conventional environmentalist thought.

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ISBN: 9780718842895
£17.75 + VAT
Green Witness

Green Witness:

Ecology, Ethics, and the Kingdom of God

By Laura Ruth Yordy

An inspiring contribution to the theology of environmentalism which places the Christian duty of care towards God's creation in an eschatological context.

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ISBN: 9780718842901
£16.25 + VAT
He Has Shown You What is Good

He Has Shown You What is Good:

Old Testament Justice Then and Now

By H.G.M. Williamson

A thoughtful and highly relevant examination of biblical ethics, showing how the Old Testament still has much to teach us in our contemporary pursuit of social justice.

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ISBN: 9780718840433
£9.19 + VAT

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ISBN: 9780718840426
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ISBN: 9780718840419
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The Healing Tradition of the New Testament

The Healing Tradition of the New Testament

By Douglas Ellory Pett

An analysis of the role of healing in the New Testament and in early Christianity that aims to rediscover the spiritual basis of the healing ministry of the Church.

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ISBN: 9780718843625
£12.38 + VAT