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New titles just published

Selected by Melanie Tucker, manager of the Church House Bookshop, which operates the Church Times Bookshop.

All-Age Lectionary Services, Year A (Scripture Union, £19.99 (£18); 978-1-84427-504-5).

Planet Narnia: The seven heavens in the imagination of C. S. Lewis (paperback edition) by Michael Ward (OUP, £9.99 (£9); 978-0-19-973870-0).

Faith Maps: Ten religious explorers from Newman to Joseph Ratzinger by Michael Paul Gallagher (DLT, £12.95 (£11.65); 978-0-232-52797-1).

Eat the Cookie . . . Buy the Shoes: Giving yourself permission to lighten up by Joyce Meyer (Faith Words, £9.99 (£9); 978-0-44656995-8).

Crossover City: Resources for urban mission and transformation, edited by Andrew Davey (Continuum, £14.99 (£13.50); 978-1-4411-3864-4).

These books are available from the Church Times Bookshop.

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Thu 18 Sep 14 @ 15:52
The new issue of Church Times is out tomorrow. Here is our preview > http://t.co/1q8xd0d7Wf

Thu 18 Sep 14 @ 14:08
RT @SeonagMLove this sign outside an Edinburgh church doubling as a polling booth today. http://t.co/xoq2Y6XksX