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03 April 2020

The Spiritual Formation of Evelyn Underhillby Robyn Wrigley-Carr (SPCK, £12.99 (£11.69); 978-0-281-08157-8)

“Having undertaken original research, Robyn Wrigley-Carr first explores the spiritual nurture that Evelyn Underhill received from Baron Friedrich von Hugel (‘to whom I owe my spiritual life’). Second she reveals the spiritual nurture that Underhill gave to people herself, utilising both published and unpublished materials.”


Christianity and Depressionby Tasia Scrutton (SCM Press, £19.99 (Church Times SPECIAL OFFER PRICE £16); 978-0-334-0-5890-8)

“Offering a theological and biblical account of depression, Tasia Scrutton considers how depression has been understood and interpreted by Christians and how plausible and pastorally helpful these understandings are. It offers an important and well-informed resource for those with, or preparing for, positions of pastoral responsibility within the Christian Church.” 


On Priesthood: Servants, shepherds messengers, sentinels and stewardsby Stephen Cottrell (Hodder Faith, £12.99 (£10.99); 978-1-529-36098-1)

“Taken together, these five metaphors provide a rich and resonant set of ideas through which to explore the nature of Christian ministry. In this short, lyrical book, Bishop Stephen Cottrell explores each one; based on actual addresses given to ordinands on the night before their ordination, it is refreshing, challenging and accessible.”


Living with the Psalmsby John L. Bell (SPCK, £9.99 (£8.99); 978-0-281-08400-5)

“Developed as John L. Bell travelled around the world speaking to congregations and at conferences, this book is the fruit of a lifetime's engagement with the Psalms.”


Godbothering Thoughts 2000-2020by Rhidian Brook (SPCK, £9.99 (£8.99); 978-0-281-08389-3)

“Why bother with God? More to the point, why is God bothering with us? For the past two decades, award-winning novelist and screen writer, Rhidian Brook, has pondered those questions on Radio 4’s Thought for the Day. Over 100 of his Thoughts are now presented here, inviting you to reflect with him on the deeper spiritual dimensions of our lives and times.”

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