Science & Philosophy

 Has Science Killed God? By Denis Alexander

Has Science Killed God? By Denis Alexander

The Faraday Papers on Science and Religion, World-leading experts tackle challenging issues of science and faith, Hardback Edition

£19.99

 Outgrowing Dawkins God for Grown-Ups, By Rupert Shortt

Outgrowing Dawkins God for Grown-Ups, By Rupert Shortt

"A great read, Rupert Shortt demolishes Richard Dawkins’s arguments with consummate elegance " Julia Neuberger

£9.99

 Too Much Information? By Andrew Graystone

Too Much Information? By Andrew Graystone

Ten essential questions for digital Christians

£12.99

Approaching Philosophy of Religion, by Anthony Thiselton

Approaching Philosophy of Religion, by Anthony Thiselton

An Introduction To Key Thinkers, Concepts, Methods And Debates

£14.99

Born Bad, by James Boyce

Born Bad, by James Boyce

Original Sin And The Making Of The Western Mind

£9.99

Brief Encounters, Notes from a Philosopher's Diary, By Anthony Kenny

Brief Encounters, Notes from a Philosopher's Diary, By Anthony Kenny

In these brilliantly vivid vignettes Kenny offers telling and often unexpected insights into the achievements, flaws and foibles of sixty public figures

£9.99

Creation and Scientific Creativity, by Paul Haffner

Creation and Scientific Creativity, by Paul Haffner

A Study in the Thought of S

£14.99

Deaconesses An Historical Study, By Fr. Aime Martimort

Deaconesses An Historical Study, By Fr. Aime Martimort

A very readable analysis that has become the standard study of the role of women deaconesses in the early Church

£18.99

Dom Augustine Baker 1575–1641, Edited by Geoffrey Scott

Dom Augustine Baker 1575–1641, Edited by Geoffrey Scott

Augustine Baker, is arguably the most important English mystical teacher of the post-Reformation period

£12.99

End of Life Issues, by Jason Negri

End of Life Issues, by Jason Negri

An increasingly contentious issue in the 21st century, questions surrounding the sanctity of human life

£2.50

Faith and Science, by Trent Horn

Faith and Science, by Trent Horn

A guide for those interested in the relationship between faith and science

£2.50

God Created Humanism, The Christian Basis Of Secular Values, By Theo Hobson

God Created Humanism, The Christian Basis Of Secular Values, By Theo Hobson

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

£9.99

Infertility and Fertility Treatment, bIy Dr Pia Matthews

Infertility and Fertility Treatment, bIy Dr Pia Matthews

The author aims to provide a clear and concise explanation of the Catholic Church’s position on infertility and fertility treatments

£2.50

Living in the Digital Age, by Jean Pierre Casey

Living in the Digital Age, by Jean Pierre Casey

The digital revolution and all that comes with it

£2.50

Michel de Certeau or Union in Difference, by George B York, II

Michel de Certeau or Union in Difference, by George B York, II

An important introduction to the thought of Michel de Certeau

£9.99

Miracles, by Karlo Broussard

Miracles, by Karlo Broussard

What is a miracle? Are they incompatible with science?

£2.50

Miracles, Do they really happen? by C. S. Lewis

Miracles, Do they really happen? by C. S. Lewis

Lewis challenges the rationalists, agnostics and deists on their own grounds and provides a poetic and joyous affirmation that miracles really do occur in our everyday lives

£8.99

Newman's Approach to Knowledge, by Laurence Richardson

Newman's Approach to Knowledge, by Laurence Richardson

This book probably represents the most extensive and in-depth analysis of Newman’s philosophy, and in particular of his theory of knowledge

£9.99

Religious Freedom Today, by John Newton

Religious Freedom Today, by John Newton

Being a Christian today could cost you your life

£2.50

Robert Hooke, Edited by Paul Kent and Allan Chapman

Robert Hooke, Edited by Paul Kent and Allan Chapman

One of Britain’s most ingenious inventors, has been long neglected, described as ‘an English Leonardo da Vinci’

£15.99

The English Parson-Naturalist, by Patrick Armstrong

The English Parson-Naturalist, by Patrick Armstrong

The formidable contribution the clergy have made to the different disciplines of natural history in England

£12.99

The Enlightenment, A Very Brief History By Anthony Kenny

The Enlightenment, A Very Brief History By Anthony Kenny

‘If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him ’ Voltaire

£7.99

The Problem of Evil, by Fr Martin D'Arcy

The Problem of Evil, by Fr Martin D'Arcy

Some answers to the problem of suffering in a world created by God

£1.95

Thomas William Webb, by Janet and Mark Robinson

Thomas William Webb, by Janet and Mark Robinson

The Stargazer of Hardwicke, One of the best loved Victorian astronomers, Thomas William Webb

£14.99

What is Orthodoxy? by Antoine Arjakovsky

What is Orthodoxy? by Antoine Arjakovsky

A Genealogy of Christian Understanding, In this remarkably original work, Antoine Arjakovsky brings us to a discovery of Orthodoxy within the dynamics of history

£17.50

Who Ordered the Universe? by Nick Hawkes

Who Ordered the Universe? by Nick Hawkes

Evidence for God in unexpected places

£9.99

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