Issue No 77
Director, Church Society
Curate, All Hallows Church, Bispham
Curate, St Paul’s Church, Banbury
Head of Public Policy, Christian Concern
Knocking on Sinners’ Doors? Revelation 3:20, Ecclesiology and the Gospel Offer in Seventeenth-Century Puritanism
Donald John MacLean
Elder, Cambridge Presbyterian Church
The History of Scottish Theology Volume 1, From Celtic Origins to Reformed Orthodoxy
(David Fergusson and Mark W. Elliott) Donald John MacLean
On the Road with Saint Augustine: A Real-World Spirituality for Restless Hearts
(James K. A. Smith) Thomas Creedy
Matthew Henry: Pastoral Liturgy in Challenging Times
(Jong Hun Joo) Adam Young
Lewis on the Christian Life: Becoming Truly Human in the Presence of God
(Joe Rigney) Ian Chidlow
Plugged In: Connecting your faith with everything you watch, read and play
(Dan Strange) John Stevens
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