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Books on the intersection between religion and culture, including literature, art, design, film and television.

The Gospel According to Star Trek

The Gospel According to Star Trek:

The Original Crew

By Kevin C. Neece

A Christian analysis of the original Star Trek, exploring the spiritual depths of a series often seen as resolutely secular in outlook.

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ISBN: 9780718895242
£16.50

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ISBN: 9780718847395
The Gospel According to the Blues

The Gospel According to the Blues

By Gary W. Burnett

An exploration of the Blues as a mirror to the message of the Christian gospel, combining a love of the music with current biblical and theological scholarship.

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ISBN: 9780718893897
£15.50

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ISBN: 9780718843656

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ISBN: 9780718843632
Heaven in Ordinary

Heaven in Ordinary:

Poetry and Religion in a Secular Age

By David Jasper

A personal journey through poetry and faith, exploring the themes of five English poets in relation to Christianity and the Anglican tradition in particular.

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ISBN: 9780718895419
£20.00

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ISBN: 9780718847760

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ISBN: 9780718847777
£12.40
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ISBN: 9780718847753
Kempe

Kempe:

The Life, Art and Legacy of Charles Eamer Kempe

By Adrian Barlow

A biographical study of the Victorian church artist Charles Eamer Kempe and his considerable influence on church decoration worldwide.

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ISBN: 9780718894634
£25.00

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ISBN: 9780718845292

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ISBN: 9780718845308
£16.15
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ISBN: 9780718845285
Laughter and the Grace of God

Laughter and the Grace of God:

Restoring Laughter to its Central Role in Christian Faith and Theology

By Brian Edgar

An examination of the underappreciated role of laughter in scripture and theology that puts joy and humour back into the centre of Christian life.

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ISBN: 9780718895556
£17.50
Liturgical Liaisons

Liturgical Liaisons:

The Textual Body, Irony, and Betrayal in John Donne and Emily Dickinson

By Jamey Heit

An imaginative and enriching analysis of the poetry of John Donne and Emily Dickinson from a liturgical and theological perspective.

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ISBN: 9780718895075
£19.00

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ISBN: 9780718846060
The Lyrical Theology of Charles Wesley

The Lyrical Theology of Charles Wesley:

A Reader (Expanded Edition)

By S.T. Kimbrough

An introduction to the theology of Charles Wesley as expressed through his writings, illustrated with an extensive thematic selection of his hymns and poetry.

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ISBN: 9780718893385
£28.25

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ISBN: 9780718842239
Make-Believe

Make-Believe:

God in 21st Century Novels

By David Dickinson

A fascinating exploration of the themes of God and belief in the modern novel, and how fiction can help shape the way we talk about the divine.

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ISBN: 9780718895471
£20.00

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ISBN: 9780718848002