James Cone: Planting theology in contextual soilIn a guest blog post, Anthony Reddie highlights why we should read the work of James H. Cone
Boys Will Be Boys?In an edited extract from his new book, Will Moore argues that it is high time for society and the church to take another look at what we mean by 'masculinity'
Coming this Summer with SCM PressHere's a taste of what's coming up in the next couple of months with SCM Press
"We have been failing them for centuries. We cannot claim that we do not know this"In an extract from her new book 'Inequality and Flourishing: A Theology of Education', Mariama Ifode-Blease calls for a reimagining of secondary education.
Four Essential Titles for Mental Health Awareness WeekTo mark Mental Health Awareness Week, here are a selection of our recent titles dealing with themes around faith, theology and mental health.
Would disestablishment silence the Church of England?A disestablished church would not be politically mute, argues Jonathan Chaplin
Spring with SCM PressHere's a run-down of what is coming this spring, from SCM Press.
"The idea of writing a book on this subject was a tentative, terrifying goal..."Karen O'Donnell reflects on her new book The Dark Womb
The Missing GenerationVictoria Turner reflects on the church's perceived "missing generation".
Coming in the New Year...There's plenty to look forward to as we head into the new year. Here's just a flavour:
Review(s) of the Year 2021We gathered together all the nice things people have said about our 2021 books into one handy blog post. It took a LONG time...
Why do we need an "Interweaving Ecclesiology"?A guest post from Mark Scanlan
Who is the 'our' in 'our Christian heritage'?In an extract from her new book Ancestral Feeling, Renie Choy asks: whose inheritance is western Christian heritage?
English GroundsIn his new book English Grounds: A Pastoral Journal, Andrew Rumsey takes the reader on an exploration of faith, place and identity. In this extract, he ventures beyond his native Wiltshire and finds himself at a model village, on the Isle of Wight.
Not our historyLiz Muir reflects on the power and potential of marking black history.