All blog posts in the 'Reviews' category
Barry Rogerson reviews Moira Chan-Yeung's book, The Practical Prophet.Read more
Gareth Banton reviews 'Together for the Common Good - Towards a National Conversation'.Read more
Ruth Wilde reviews The Upside-Down Bible: What Jesus really said about money, sex and violence.Read more
Read more‘The smell of rot fills the country... Dump potatoes in the rivers and place guards along the banks to keep the hungry people from fishing them out. Slaughter the pigs and bury them, and let the putrescence drip down into the earth.
Jane Hodgson reviews Archbishop Desmond Tutu's book, 'No Future Without Forgiveness'.Read more
Read more‘We know too much about ecology today to have any excuse for the many abuses that are currently going on in the management of the land, in the management of animals, in food storage, food processing, and in heedless urbanisation. If we permit them, this is not due to poverty, as if we could not afford to stop them; it is due to the fact that, as a society, we have no firm basis of belief in any meta-economic values, and when there is no such belief, the economic calculus takes over.’ Page 96
Resurrection Year is an honest and emotive book that touches on one of the key barriers to faith: suffering. It’s a memoir written by Sheridan Voysey, a speaker, writer and broadcaster on faith and spirituality. It follows Sheridan and his wife Merryn’s journey as they try to heal from the heart breaking conclusion that they will never have children.Read more