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)
In this engaging book David Clark guides the reader through the theology of CS Lewis and illuminates the use and understanding of scripture in the works of this popular author.
Examines his life, work, world view, and the implications of his theology in relation to his other writings
Offering careful, able development of C. S. Lewis's thought, Victor Reppert demonstrates that the basic thrust of Lewis's argument from reason can bear up under the weight of the most serious philosophical attacks.
This book is simply the best book on theological preaching that I have ever read. Forget all the other evangelica books on preaching techniques and tricks. This book drives to the core what preaching, or more simply speaking the word means when we consider it as part of the activity of the people of... (more)
Harriet Harris (ed) / Jane Shaw (ed)
A collection of views on this debated issue A stimulating collection of purpose-written contributions on the issue of women bishops. The Church of England is debating whether to admit women to the episcopate. Many churches in the Anglican Communion have already done so - or have said that they will ... (more)
T H L Parker
John Calvin's (1509-64) influence reaches from the Reformation to Karl Barth and beyond. Outstanding as biblical scholar, preacher and practical Church reformer, Calvin intended all his work to serve the Word of God. Although couched in 16th-century terms, his theology drew on the wealth of previous... (more)