Book review: Young, Woke and Christian

Vicki Gale both loves and hates a book that demands a response

Book review: Using a Missional Framework

Katrina Hutchins on a perfect source of missional inspiration as we seek to reimagine and re-energise our post-pandemic priorities

Book review: Trust in Theological Education

Sue Hart celebrates Eve Parker’s ground-breaking book, which dissects theological education with a decolonising eye

Book review: Resurrection Hope

Kelly Brown Douglas offers deeper insight into racism, challenging, informing and enabling us to make a difference, says Cathy Ross

Book review: A Redemption Song

Rosie Hopley encourages us to read Delroy Hall’s much-needed exploration of Black British pastoral theology

Book review: A Place at the Table

Idina Dunmore recommends a beautiful combination of memoir, biography, lived-theology and missional reminder of God’s ever-welcoming love

Book review: Postcolonial Politics and Theology

Cathy Ross commends Kwok Pui-Lan on engaging theology with current issues such as #BLM, climate change and political struggles in Hong Kong

Book review: Introducing James H. Cone

James Butler highly recommends Anthony Reddie's introduction to Cone, to Black theology and to Reddie’s own life and work

Book review: An Interweaving Ecclesiology

Cathy Ross commends a book born out of experience that has resonance and challenge for all of us

Book review: How to Inhabit Time

Tom Wilson finds James KA Smith's meditations on Ecclesiastes a text to treasure

Book review: Encountering Mystery

Simon Baigent reflects on Dale Allison's exquisitely academic and engagingly human treatise on mystical experience

Book review: Christian Tradition in Global Perspective

A book for those who want a broader and more global perspective on Christian tradition, says Cathy Ross