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DAVID FORD and Mike Higton with Simeon Zahl have edited The Modern Theologians Reader. It covers people and topics that have shaped modern theology, with sections on global engagements, theology between faiths, and theology and media (Wiley-Blackwell, £19.99 (£18); 978-1-4051-7110-6).

The Reformed tradition has created many confessions of faith. Alan Sell explores these in Confessing the Faith Yesterday and Today: Essays Reformed, dissenting and catholic, and looks at the challenges they present for today (James Clarke & Co., £24; 978-0-227-17419-7).

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