Here are some recent book reviews which have been kindly contributed on matters to do with theology and unity. They are not inany priority order. If you have a review you would like to submit for publication on this site, please send it to Jim.Currin(AT)cte.org.uk for consideration.
The Early Church at Work and Worship
Catachesis, Baptism, Eschaology and Martyrdom by Everett Francis
Like a Mighty Army
The Salvation Army, the Church and the Churches by David Taylor
Pope Francis. His Life and Thought
A look at the history and theology of Pope Francis
Missio-shaped Unity: Missio Dei and a new way of being Churches Together
The mission of God and implications for churches together
Coat of Many Colours
Growth and mission of black majority churches in Britain
From Times Square to Timbuktu
Post Christian West meets the non-western church
Keith Clements on living in more than one place at a time
Baptised into Christ. A Guide to Ecumenical Discussion on Baptism.
Dagmar Heller from the World Council of Churches
Catherine Booth: Theological Foundations for a Radical Movement
Salvation, Church, Ministry,Holiness and Sacraments
Confessing the Faith Yesterday and Today
Essays Reformed, Dissenting and Catholic
The Vision of God: Richard Hooker
Exploring the origins of Anglicanism
The Undivided Past
Professor Cannadine on good and bad, right and wrong
Church Growth in Britain
David Goodhew: 1980 to the Present
Francis Spufford on why Christianity can make emotional sense.
Ready of Not
Ruth Harvey on teaching among children
Keith Hebden on 'compassionate resistance'.
The Truth that Sets us Free
Collection from Iona Community: John Bell
Unity in Process
Reflections on Ecumenism: Ed Clive Barrett
My Journal of the Council
Yves Congar: Collegeville Liturgical Press 2012
A book review about 'Christians Against Poverty'
Gift or a Given?
A Theology of Healing for the Twenty-first Century by John P. Atkinson