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Reviews

Life in a post-Temple world

Life in a post-Temple world

Anglican Social Theology: Renewing the vision today Edited by Malcolm Brown, with Jonathan Chaplin, John Hughes, Anna Rowlands, and Alan Suggate

Stories to trust

Stories to trust

Creative Ideas for Frontline Evangelism with Young People by Simon Rundell 

Something for Sunday

Something for Sunday

Prayer and Prayer Activities: For worship with adults, children and all ages. Years A, B and C by Gill Ambrose, Maureen Baldwin, Jean Harrison, and Pam Macnaughton

Curtains, of course

Curtains, of course

A Director's Cut (An Abbot Peter Mystery) by Simon Parke

Throne forsaken, seats at risk

Throne forsaken, seats at risk

Parliament: The biography. Volume 2: Reform by Chris Bryant 

Lessons in comedy

Lessons in comedy

The Gig Delusion by Andy Kind 

New titles just published

Including The Edge of Words: God and the habits of language by Rowan Williams 

Welsh rectory’s gift to painting

Welsh rectory’s gift to painting

Nicholas Cranfield on a pioneer better known in his own day

Just a step from GI Joe to jihadi

Just a step from GI Joe to jihadi

Press: THE Church of England press office has hired Martha Linden from the Press Association, which is good for her and for Church House - and rather bad for journalism, since there is going to be no one left who can write with her blend of sympathy and accuracy for the wire services

Methodism at work

Radio:  IT IS part of the Church in England; but could never be the Church of England. This judgement on the state of Methodism and its relationship to the Establishment came at the end of a typically acerbic critique by Quentin Letts: What's the Point of . . . The Methodists?

Dickensian vision

Television: WOULD Charles Dickens have written for EastEnders? The case for was argued by the veteran EastEnders scriptwriter Tony Jordan, in the first of his new series, ludicrously entitled The Secret Life of Books 

Week ahead

12 September 2014: Our pick of the best television and radio for the coming week

No further reductions

No further reductions

Are You an Illusion? by Mary MidgleyThe Soul of the World by Roger Scruton

 

By this prevailing presence . . .

By this prevailing presence . . .

At All Times and In All Places by Simon Jones 

Getting (re)started on prayer

Getting (re)started on prayer

Encompassing God by David Adam 

A note rarely hit in the Church’s range

A note rarely hit in the Church’s range

Spiritual Complaint: The theology and practice of lament - Miriam J. Bier and Tim Bulkeley, editors 

The Singer, not the song, so to speak

The Singer, not the song, so to speak

God, the Good, and Utilitarianism: Perspectives on Peter Singer - John Perry, editor 

Speedy access to a well-stocked mind

The Gospels in Art, Music and Literature, Year A: The story of salvation in three media by David Stancliffe 

Photo: “Father, forgive”

Photo: “Father, forgive”

Photo from Father, Forgive: Reflections on peacemaking by Andrew Wright

Photo: A drumhead service held for the troops out of the line

Photo: A drumhead service held for the troops out of the line

Photo from Tommy's War: The Western Front in soldiers' words and photographs by Richard van Emden 

Books in brief

Including Life, the Universe, and Everything by Ric Machuga

Mon 15 Sep 14 @ 17:25
UPDATED: 'No hidden agenda' behind sexuality conversations http://t.co/BnzGbuyVXX

Mon 15 Sep 14 @ 16:05
Listen to Malcolm Brown and Canon David Porter @baldynotion discuss the shared conversations on sexuality: https://t.co/V4ELQJxdDq