This book department has only recently been added to our website. Over the coming weeks more titles will be added showcasing a cross section of views and opinions, from a wide range of authors encompassing all christian traditions and cultures.
Pre Order Now, Available End February 2020, Priesthood, Celibacy and the Crisis of the Catholic Church
‘Erudite, bold and wide-ranging, a book that makes you think about knowledge, wisdom and what the future has in store
"Our people are heading for relative poverty and insignificance while our politics is offering bitter, unpalatable extremes"
The failure of political institutions, including national governments to mitigate climate change reflects the modern constitution of the nation-state as a cultural and secular, rather than created and providential, agency
From the pen of a great historian, here is the most accessible and affordable one-volume history of Christianity you can buy
In these brilliantly vivid vignettes Kenny offers telling and often unexpected insights into the achievements, flaws and foibles of sixty public figures
Are the world’s major spiritual traditions sources of greater discord than harmony?
Ridding the Church of Abuses of Sex and Power, The most serious sex abuse crisis in Catholic history demands the most serious and far-reaching response
Pope Francis, states that one of the major themes in the thought of Joseph Ratzinger is the relationship between faith and politics
As Africa shook off colonialism in the 1960s, a young man was gripped by a singular purpose: to play his part in God’s plans for the fractured nations of Africa
How The Great Leader’s Sense Of Divine Destiny Changed His Troubled World And Offers Hope For Ours
In this compelling account of the origins and evolution of our secular worldview, Theo Hobson shows how Christian values continue to underpin our public morality
The referendum may have rent the country asunder like no other issue in recent memory, but there are significant resonances with events in the past
Love for the Papacy and Filial Resistance to the Pope in the History of the Church, By Roberto de Mattei
Roberto de Mattei steers us perceptively through centuries of Church history concerning both the wise, and the disastrous, decisions of popes and councils
How are Christians and others inspired to work together in government? What ideals do they have in common in this cynical age?
An expert historian looks at the history of the Crusades and looks at modern conceptions of the Crusades, comparing them with the aims and motivations of those who took part
Justly celebrated as a milestone in Spanish literature as well as a spiritual classic
Summaries of the events which led up to the Reformation in Europe, and particularly in England
According to many informed observers, the Church is in the midst of the most serious crisis it has ever undergone, what really happened in 2013 with the surprising “resignation” of Benedict XVI
Ratzinger seeks to remind Europeans, that the civilizational project we call “the West” is a cultural achievement with a history
Does this ancient, sometimes violent and contradictory text have anything to teach us today?