TOM WRIGHT's The Lord and his Prayer, based on
Advent sermons preached in Lichfield Cathedral and first published
in 1996, is now part of the SPCK Classics imprint (SPCK, £8.99
Also now an SPCK Classic is Deliverance: Psychic
disturbances and occult involvement, edited by Michael
Perry, first published in 1987. The book arose in connection with
the work of the Christian Deliverance Study Group, and has long
been used in the training of specialists in this ministry (SPCK,
£12.99 (£11.70); 978-0-281-06799-2).
Seasons of Grace, originally Words by the
Way (2005), by Ann Lewin, offers resources for the Christian
year, including liturgies, ideas for retreats and quiet days,
prayers, and stories (Canterbury Press, £14.99 (£13.50);
Is There More? Heaven, hell and the eternal life that
begins now was first published in 1969 as Life Begins
at Death, based on a recorded dialogue between the well-known
Free Church divine and author Leslie D. Weatherhead and his friend
Norman French. References viewed as out of date have been removed
(Abingdon Press, £5.99 (£5.40); 978-1-4267-4358-0).
Ian Mobsby's The Becoming of G-d (2008) is now
available in a new edition as God Unknown: The Trinity in
contemporary spirituality and mission (Canterbury Press,
£16.99 (£15.30); 978-1-84825-170-0).
Praying the Dark Hours: A Night Prayer
companion, by Jim Cotter, combines the two books
Prayer at Night and Waymarks (Canterbury Press,
£12.99 (£11.70); 978-1-84825-109-0).
Esther de Waal's Living on the Border: Reflections on
the experience of threshold (2001) has now been reprinted
(Canterbury Press, £9.99 (£9.10); 978-1-85311-962-0)