Peter Terence Crosby
Here are 45 sermons which were awaiting publication in the Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit when it came to an abrupt end in 1917. The 63 volumes and 3563 sermons of Spurgeon's New Park Street and Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpits were a remarkable achievement, and it was only on account of the shortage... (more)
This is an informative, comprehensive and controversial exploration of one of the nation's most established institutions, the Church of England.
Roger Lancelyn / Walter Hooper
Philip Van der Elst
Van der Elst's book provides a lucid and stimulating introduction; for those already familiar with Lewis's writings it offers a challenging analysis of their meaning and of the continuous thread of argument which runs all through their various themes. An indispensable guide to an indispensable think... (more)
Roger Lancelyn Green / Walter Hooper
This fascinating book explores the tensions behind the greatest era in BBC radio broadcasting – the Home Service. Despite evacuation, air-raids and the closure of the fledgling TV service, the BBC rose magnificently to the challenge of informing, entertaining and inspiring a nation at war.
The war... (more)
In C.S. Lewis on the Final Frontier, Sanford Schwartz offers a penetrating new reading of Lewis's celebrated Space Trilogy, moving beyond the conventional view that reduces these novels to a simplistic struggle between a premodern cosmology and the modern scientific paradigm that had supplanted it. ... (more)