The Parish Church of St George the Martyr, Waterlooville
As daylight hours begin to shorten, here is a selection of thought-
Eager To Love. The Alternative Way of Francis of Assisi by Richard Rohr
Both traditional and entirely revolutionary, Francis of Assisi was a paradox. Rohr draws on scripture, insights from psychology and literary and artistic references, to weave together an understanding of the tradition as first practiced by St. Francis. He shows how his own innovative theology is firmly grounded in the life and teaching of this great saint.
Ref 4545 (Hodder & Stoughton) £9.99
Like A Tramp. Like A Pilgrim. On foot, across Europe to Rome by Harry Bucknall
Like Continuum’s bestselling A Pilgrim in Spain by Christopher Howse, Harry Bucknall’s book concerns a long journey on foot from St. Paul’s to St. Peter’s in Rome (1,300 miles). Though not as well-
Ref 4484 (Continuum) £11.99
The Meal Jesus Gave Us by Tom Wright
A concise, simple and thoroughly biblical explanation of the meaning and purpose of Holy Communion, designed to appeal to all ages. Explains its biblical origins; the different ways in which Christians have understood it over the centuries, and its crucial place in the Christian Life today, with questions for reflection or discussion at the end of each chapter. Ideas for complete beginners, and anyone wanting a quick and easy refresher course.
Ref 4454 (SPCK) £6.49
Row For Freedom by Julia Immonen
Ref 4560 (Thomas Nelson) £7.99
God Is Not Mad At You by Joyce Meyer
Is a paradox that isn’t often discussed by Christian teachers: God loved the world so much that he gave his son to rescue mankind, yet so many think of him as a stern judge who is ready to punish us at the slightest mis-
Ref 4553 (Hodder & Stoughton) £8.99
All suggestions taken from the September 2014 edition of Aslan Christian Books.
08453 679676 or I can order for you.
Autumn Edition 2014