What has happened to young adult faith?In an extract from her new book Changing Shape: The Faith Lives of Millennials, Ruth Perrin asks, what has happened to young adult faith?
Why Read Robert Jenson?If this is a question you’re asking, it probably means you haven’t yet read Jenson's work. And if you haven’t yet read him, you most definitely should, says Lincoln Harvey.
Here's how we're starting 2020...There’s a lot to look forward to in 2020. Here’s just a taster...
Editor's Picks 2019As we draw to the end of a busy year, our editor selects 5 highlights from our publishing programme in 2019...
How can leadership be hopeful?Jude Padfield introduces us to his new book Hopeful Influence: A Theology of Christian Leadership
On Innovation and MissionSteve Taylor introduces his new book First Expressions : Innovation and the Mission of God
What are we to do with Boris Johnson's comments on mental health?Tasia Scrutton, author of 'Christianity and Depression' (published in March 2020), suggests that controversial language Boris Johnson has used about mental health has some disturbing parallels with the way some Christians talk about depression.
Meet the author: Michael LeydenFaithful Living: Discipleship, Creed and Ethics considers the formational impact worship can have on Christian ethics, and therefore on the lives of Christian disciples. Its author, Michael Leyden, spoke with David Shervington, Senior Commissioning Editor.
6 titles you won’t want to miss at this year’s AAR/SBL Annual MeetingThe AAR/SBL Annual Meetings kick off in San Diego this Saturday 23rd until Tuesday 26th November. As always, SCM Press will be there, represented by our good friends at Westminster John Knox Press. You’ll find many of our latest titles and classic backlist on the SCM tables at WJK’s booth (#514). Here’s a few highlights to look out for.
On Race #3: Bishop Wilfred Wood, A Black History HeroIn the third in his guest blog series 'On Race', Azariah France-Williams reflects on the life and legacy of Bishop Wilfred Wood, a black history hero.
Is it time to give up on church?Stefan Paas, author of Pilgrims and Priests asks: Is there salvation inside the church?
What actually is a cathedral, anyway?How should we think about cathedrals? Are they shop windows? Common spaces? Beacons? At a time of increasing interest in the mission and ministry of cathedrals, Judith Muskett introduces us to her forthcoming book Shop Window, Flagship, Common Ground: Metaphor in Cathedral and Congregation Studies.
At home in the pulpit....Liz Shercliff reflects on John MacArthur, Beth Moore, and the gift of women preaching
Enough is EnoughDebates linking climate disaster to consumerism, excess and injustice, which have led to are far from new. The missiologist and former Bishop of Winchester, John Taylor published Enough is Enough in 1975, and yet much of it feels like it could have been written yesterday.
Whatever happened to Anglican promise?Anglicanism cannot hope for syncretism, nor should it aim for it, argue Robert S. Heaney and William L. Sachs, whose book The Promise of Anglicanism is published this month.