New ANVIL journal: Thriving in mission

The latest issue looks at sustainability from the viewpoints of theology and mission

Book review: World Religions and their Missions

Tom Wilson finds food for thought in comparing Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, Baha'i and Mormon approaches to mission.

Book review: Unlikely Friends

Hannah Steele applauds a vision for friendships that transcend the comfort of homogeneity to express the joy and value found in difference.

Book review: Theology of Hope

A classic that paints a compelling vision of theology, and indeed mission, says James Butler.

Book review: The Pharisees

Tom Wilson reviews a text well worth engaging with, that will help you avoid unthinking stereotypes.

Book review: The Meanings of Discipleship

James Butler finds a helpful contribution to the discussion around discipleship offering a multitude of perspectives.

Book review: Interpreting the Old Testament after Christendom

A tough read, but worth it for an approach to authentic and responsible use of the Hebrew Bible, says Miles Hopgood.

Book review: The Gospel of John

Howard Bigg recommends an imaginative resource, opening up new ways of understanding and applying this wonderful Gospel.

Book review: Global Migration & Christian Faith

Joseph Ola on an attempt to use the Bible, theology and church history to shape a missional response to the global migration and refugee crises.

Book review: Freedom: Christian and Muslim Perspectives

Tom Wilson reviews the proceedings of the 18th annual Building Bridges Seminar of Muslim and Christian scholars.

Book review: First Expressions

James Butler assesses an important contribution to the conversation around Fresh Expressions and new forms of church.

Book review: Doing Theology in the New Normal

This book is a manifesto of hope from within the darkest moments of recent history, says John Wheatley.