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God known in pop and dance

God known in pop and dance

Theology, Aesthetics, and Culture: Responses to the work of David Brown - Robert McSwain and Taylor Worley, editors 

It’s good to talk

It’s good to talk

Why Can't They Get Along? A conversation between a Muslim, a Jew and a Christian - Dawoud El-Alami, Dan Cohn-Sherbok, and George D. Chryssides

Longing for God

Longing for God

Including Fully Alive: The transforming power of prayer by John Main

Focus on peace-making

Focus on peace-making

Living Reconciliation by Phil Groves and Angharad Parry Jones

Search for a theology that works

Search for a theology that works

Dorothee Soelle: Life and work by Andrew Francis 

Books in brief

Books in brief

Including How to Write a Theology Essay by Michael Jensen

Top ten religious books

Participating bookshops: Church House Bookshop, London; St Denys Bookshop, Manchester; and Cornerstone Bookshop, Edinburgh. Church Times Bookshop prices are in brackets

New titles just published

Including A Lot Like Eve: Fashion, faith and fig-leaves: A memoir by Joanna Jepson 

Journeying to the Celestial City

Journeying to the Celestial City

Alison Shell provides a road map for our progress as pilgrims

Responses to the sacred season

Responses to the sacred season

Nicholas Cranfield visits two London churches with Lenten contemporary-art displays

Bored? Listless? Try a jihad

Bored? Listless? Try a jihad

Press: JUST a little Christianity this week: the story in The Guardian that "A group of Churches has called for an urgent overhaul of the Government's benefits sanctions regime, describing it as punitive, inhumane and un-Christian

Suffragettes’ tale

Television: Suffragettes Forever! The Story of Women and Power is a documentary fuelled by indignation at the way in which women were repressed, by the way married women were the property of their husbands, and by the innumerable indignities visited on them down the ages

Laws for detectives

Radio: IN 1929, the Roman Catholic priest and crime novelist Ronald Knox set out his ten commandments for writing detective fiction. In Lent Talk, James Runcie reassured us that he kept the commandments as best he could

Week ahead

6 March 2015: Our pick of the best television and radio for the coming week

Princeliness and printing

Princeliness and printing

The Prelate in England and Europe 1300-1560 - Martin Heale, editor 

Going the way of the dairies

Going the way of the dairies

City Mission: The story of London's Welsh chapels by Huw Edwards 

‘Something above morals’

‘Something above morals’

The Letters of T. S. Eliot: Volume 5, 1930-1931 - Valerie Eliot and John Haffenden, editors 

Tale of the unexpected

Tale of the unexpected

Faith as an Option: Possible futures for Christianity - Hans Joas; Alex Skinner, translator 

From monks to missionaries

Legacy of the Founders: From monks to missionaries by Nicki Verploegen 

New titles just published

The Good Shepherd: A thousand-year journey from Psalm 23 to the New Testament by Kenneth E. Bailey 

At the last great Supper

At the last great Supper

Katy Hounsell-Robert comes face to face with the Apostles, as interpreted by a group of artists for a rural church this Lent

Fri 6 Mar 15 @ 22:00
Can you see it? — Westminster Abbey (@wabbey) to build unobtrusive new tower http://t.co/ErzwGhDyO9 http://t.co/CPbUrxHnUT

Fri 6 Mar 15 @ 20:44
Reform asylum system for persecuted Christians, says conference speaker http://t.co/mpAYYvAGnW