John Bluck's autobiography is a page-turner, brutally hard to put down.
Tokens of Trust
Sheer breadth of knowledge, coupled with a deeply spiritual life, makes Rowan Williams’ writing accessible, thought-provoking and, at times, intensely disturbing.
This 150-page book contains a collection of essays that seeks critically to review the Shared Ministry movement.
The God Book
The contents of the book point to ordinary parishioners rather than academics – the faithful who continue to struggle with language about God and our understanding of God in a world that largely ignores God.
Anglican Communion in Crisis
Post-Lambeth 2008 the major rift within Anglicanism persists. Its origins, history and future prospects are all bound up with the alliance between sections of conservative Episcopalianism and African Anglicanism.
Salem Witch Judge
Samuel Sewall had the courage to admit he was wrong and to atone for his sin.
The Book of Atheist Spirituality
Spirituality is usually shorthand for believing anything rather than nothing. But can spirituality be completely divorced from religion and superstition?
War in the Garden of Eden
A military chaplain gives a behind-the-scenes look at life in Baghdad during the months following the invasion in 2003.
When writer Kathleen Norris came across the word "acedia" used by a 4th century monk she knew she was on to something – the "bad thought" identified by early Christian monks that lost out to more physical sins.
Archbishop David Moxon's last sermon in Taranaki coincides with a poignant ceremony involving...
Ever tried herding cats? Spanky Moore has – and he reports considerable success. Here's his ac...
The office of Archbishop of Canterbury is conferred on the Most Rev Justin Welby under the dom...
The Gospels are not obsessed with sexual relations, says Bishop Victoria Matthews in a pa...
Bishop Brian Carrell explores the inside story of the globally acclaimed A New Zealand...
In an exclusive interview, the retiring Archbishop of Canterbury tells how he weathered the st...
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