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02 February 2024

This week’s selection: introduction to Caribbean contextual theology, Douglas Campbell’s take on justiciation, and an illustrated history of cathedrals

Caribbean Contextual Theology: An introduction by Carlton Turner (SCM Press, £19.99 (Church Times SPECIAL OFFER PRICE £15.99); 978-0-334-06337-7).

“Caribbean Contextual Theology, in all its variety, continues to challenge the wider Christian theological tradition in fundamental questions about God; Faith and Culture; Human and Cosmological Destiny; Society and Politics; Christian Practice; and Concepts of Church. This book offers students an introduction to the unique and important contribution that the Caribbean theological lens can bring to the broader theological landscape.”



Beyond Justification: Liberating Paul’s gospel by Douglas A. Campbell and Jon DePue (Cascade Books, £28 (£25.20); 978-1-5326-7898-1).

“Douglas Campbell, professor of New Testament at Duke Divinity School, has a new book that reexamines the writings of Paul.” 



Heaven on Earth: The lives and legacies of the world’s greatest cathedrals
by Emma J. Wells (Head of Zeus, £14.99 (£13.49); 978-1-78854-195-4). New in paperback

“A glorious illustrated history of sixteen of the world’s greatest cathedrals, interwoven with the extraordinary stories of the people who built them.”


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