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Most popular reviews in 2018



These were the top five most read book reviews in The Baptist Times in 2018.

 
 
Gathering Disciples
1 Gathering Disciples: Essays in Honour of Christopher J. Ellis. Myra Blyth and Andy Goodliff (editors)

"A wonderful collection of essays, each addressing an area of vital importance to our Baptist way of being church"


 
 
Interrupting Silence 2 Interrupting Silence: God’s Command to Speak Out. By Walter Brueggemann

"A book about justice, where Brueggemann analyses eight Biblical passages in which silence is broken. Deceptively simple prose; profoundly challenging ideas"


 
 
Reclaiming the Common Good3 Reclaiming the Common Good. Compiled and edited by Virginia Moffatt

"For Christians who want their faith to shape their politics and view of the world, this thought provoking and challenging collection of essays is a must read"


 
 
The Art of Lent4 The Art of Lent: A painting a day from Ash Wednesday to Easter. By Sister Wendy Beckett

"This beautiful, pocket size book is the perfect gift for those who are on the fringes of church as well as for those who want to explore alternative and creative ways of praying around the spiritual themes of Lent and Easter"


 
 
A Unicorn Dies5 A Unicorn Dies - A Novel of Mystery and Ideas. By Paul Fiddes

"Theologian Paul Fiddes ventures into fiction for the first time, and the result is both gripping and complex" 



 


 
Baptist Times, 02/01/2019
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Trust in God casts out fear and cultivates a life of trust that flourishes regardless of how certain we feel
Farron is honest about his personal and political shortcomings, writes in a readable, quirky style, and raises some important issues
The Archbishop of York's Advent book features 25 meditations which stimulate the reader to find their own voice rather than ‘the preacher’s’
Set of essays which provide a great opportunity to step back and reflect on the what, how and why of being with and working with children
A great book for anyone looking to explore the biblical background of sabbath alongside the tension of what it means to live it out in the world today
‘An experiment in historical imagination’, part novel and part academic study, which both entertains and informs in the world of early Roman Christianity
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