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Noticeboard: Jesus, and theology

24 May 2019

ANDREA SKEVINGTON’s Jesus Said, “I Am”: Finding life in the everyday (BRF, £8.99 (£8.10); 978-0-85746-562-7) is a series of Bible studies on the “I am” sayings, with recommendations for further study and reading, reflection, creative responses, and ideas for pursuing the lessons learnt in “life and service”.

Anthony Le Donne’s Jesus, in the Beginners Guides series (Oneworld, £9.99 (£9); 978-1-78607-144-6), is an introduction to the quest for the historical Jesus and the issues it raises.

The book Straw for the Bricks: Theological reflection in practice, by Gary O’Neill (editor) and Liz Shercliff (SCM Press, £25 (£22.50); 978-0-334-05500-6) proposes a four-source model of research methodology for practical theology, and is offered for those involved in ministerial training and development. The four sources are Tradition, Culture, Experience, and Position.

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