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Religious studies and spiritual development

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  1.  Learning to Live Well Together

    Learning to Live Well Together

    Case Studies in Interfaith Diversity

    Tom Wilson and Riaz Ravat

    Shows how to overcome intolerance and promote positive interactions in multi-faith societies. With real examples from case studies, this book demonstrates how to address the frictions that may arise for harmonious living among multi-faith communities and better relations between the members of the public and people who run community services. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 192pp
  2.  Chaplaincy and Christian Theology

    Chaplaincy and Christian Theology

    Edited by John Caperon, Andrew Todd and James Walters, Foreword by Martin Seeley

    Offering a practice-based theological reflection on chaplaincy, this book examines the current significance of chaplaincy within the ministry of the Church. It offers a discussion of the theological grounding of chaplaincy, before exploring its importance as a form of ministry in the 21st century. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 176pp
  3. The Moral Heart of Public Service

    The Moral Heart of Public Service

    Edited by Claire Foster-Gilbert. Foreword by the Dean of Westminster. Afterword by Stephen Lamport.

    This collection of essays and lectures, cultivated by the Westminster Abbey Institute, explores why core ethical values such as peace, community and virtue are important in contemporary public life, and how public servants can use them to re-inject the essential goodness into their work. Learn More
    Jun 2017, 240pp
  4.  What Counsellors and Spiritual Directors Can Learn from Each Other

    What Counsellors and Spiritual Directors Can Learn from Each Other

    Ethical Practice, Training and Supervision

    Edited by Peter Madsen Gubi

    This new collection explores the intersection of spiritual direction and counselling. It considers the ways in which they can enhance each other to provide better therapeutic and pastoral care. Learn More
    Apr 2017, 192pp
  5.  Can't You Hear Them?

    Can't You Hear Them?

    The Science and Significance of Hearing Voices

    Simon McCarthy-Jones

    'What's wrong with you?' People who hear voices will often hear this alienating question, and are treated ineffectively with anti-psychotic drugs. Recounting the stories of voice-hearers, this book suggests that we should instead ask 'What happened to you?, and offers an alternative approach to auditory hallucinations. Learn More
    Apr 2017, 352pp
  6.  Unclouded by Longing

    Unclouded by Longing

    Meditations on Autism and Being Present in an Overwhelming World

    Christopher Goodchild

    Mapped out in thoughtful, visionary prose, this book lights the way to clear-sighted, peaceful living. Informed by a combination of eastern and western philosophy, faith and the experiences of an author with autism, it examines the emotional challenges of modern life, and how to overcome them to live freely and tenderly. Learn More
    Apr 2017, 112pp
  7.  Multifaith Chaplaincy in the Workplace

    Multifaith Chaplaincy in the Workplace

    How Chaplains Can Support Organisations and their Employees

    Fiona Stewart-Darling

    Multifaith chaplaincies can be an asset to the business community, as they challenge and enable discussion about value, ethics, and culture. Reflecting on the experience of Canary Wharf, the book makes an important contribution to chaplaincy studies Learn More
    Apr 2017, 176pp
  8.  Emerging Ritual in Secular Societies

    Emerging Ritual in Secular Societies

    A Transdisciplinary Conversation

    Edited by Jeltje Gordon-Lennox

    The importance of secular ritual is discussed within the newly emerging transdiscipinary field of ritology. Shifting away from traditional concepts of ritual tied to religion, the authors weigh the benefits of ritualized practice for general health and wellbeing. Learn More
    Feb 2017, 256pp
  9.  Muslim Identity in a Turbulent Age

    Muslim Identity in a Turbulent Age

    Islamic Extremism and Western Islamophobia

    Edited by Mike Hardy, Fiyaz Mughal and Sarah Markiewicz. Foreword by H.E. Mr Nassir Abdulaziz Al-Nasser

    Engaging with the 2004 Amman message, which sought to clarify Islam's true peaceful nature, this book debates what it means to be Muslim in Europe today. Shining a light on Islam's religious, political and cultural tenets, and its portrayal in the media, this book explores the role Islam can play in interfaith dialogues on peace and reconciliation. Learn More
    Jan 2017, 272pp
  10.  Sadness, Depression, and the Dark Night of the Soul

    Sadness, Depression, and the Dark Night of the Soul

    Transcending the Medicalisation of Sadness

    Glòria Durà-Vilà. Foreword by Professor Roland Littlewood.

    This ground-breaking book contemplates how some religious individuals and communities conceptualise severe sadness and emotional distress, which might otherwise be described as pathological, as an essential ingredient for spiritual development. It explores the implications this may have for clergy and psychiatrists seeking to understand sadness. Learn More
    Jan 2017, 360pp

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