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  1. Wholeness in Later Life

    Wholeness in Later Life

    Ruth Bright

    Examining the care of older people from a holistic viewpoint, Ruth Bright argues that all of geriatric care is, or should be, intended to improve the overall quality of life for older people. To that end the book discusses the many different challenges that an older person might face. Learn More
    1997, Paperback / softback, 9.17in x 6.18in / 233mm x 157mm, 272pp, $39.95
    ISBN: 978-1-85302-447-4
  2. A Matter of Life and Death

    A Matter of Life and Death

    60 Voices Share their Wisdom

    Rosalind Bradley, Foreword by Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu

    This book brings together contributors from different backgrounds including a Holocaust survivor and a death row inmate, to explore perspectives on death. Each contributor offers commentary on a written or visual work that best expresses death to them. A meaningful volume for the bereaved and those working in bereavement or spirituality. Learn More
    2016, 232pp
  3. Re-enchanting the Activist

    Re-enchanting the Activist

    Spirituality and Social Change

    Keith Hebden

    In this energising book, Keith Hebden gathers inspiring first-hand accounts that show how spirituality and politics are converging to reignite modern activism. Informative and eye-opening, it explores the meaning of activism in a world that is crying out for change, and how searching for the spiritual can play its part. Learn More
    2016, 176pp
  4. The Spiritual Dimension of Ageing, Second Edition

    The Spiritual Dimension of Ageing, Second Edition

    Elizabeth MacKinlay

    People are asking more and more questions about life and meaning as they are growing older and living for longer. There are increasing opportunities to engage with spiritual well-being later in life. This book provides a comprehensive study of spirituality and ageing, with newly updated material on recent developments in this field. Learn More
    2017, 392pp
  5. God-Curious

    God-Curious

    Exploring Eternal Questions

    Stephen Cherry

    Why study theology? Getting to the heart of this question, Stephen Cherry demonstrates the appeal of exploring the unknown and the unknowable and reveals how theology - the most interdisciplinary of all subjects - is fascinating, fun and important to our lives today. Learn More
    2017, 128pp
  6. Psycho-spiritual Care in Health Care Practice

    Psycho-spiritual Care in Health Care Practice

    Edited by Guy Harrison

    This book explores relationships between the medical, psychological and spiritual requirements of patients in health care settings. Building on understanding between all health care disciplines and offering a model for practical development, it presents a holistic, inclusive approach to providing effective care for patients. Learn More
    2017, 208pp
  7. Exploring Moral Injury in Sacred Texts

    Exploring Moral Injury in Sacred Texts

    Edited by Joseph McDonald. Foreword by Rita Nakashima Brock.

    In this collection, the first of its kind, prominent scholars explore the intersections of research on moral injury in contexts of war and violence and how scriptures of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, and American civil religion depict and address moral injury. Learn More
    2017, 216pp
  8. 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.

    One year after Brexit, a stellar cast of eminent contributors from politics, public service and religion explore why now more than ever, public servants must consider and reassess how to keep moral courage in public life alive. Learn More
    2017, 288pp
  9. Christian Citizenship in the Middle East

    Christian Citizenship in the Middle East

    Divided Allegiance or Dual Belonging?

    Edited by Mohammed Girma and Cristian Romocea. Foreword by Paul S. Williams

    Christians living in Muslim-majority states face a difficult question - should they retreat from public life, join in culturally while confining their Christian practice or approach the system in a critically engaged way as Christians? These essays use a Christian vision of citizenship to show how the latter is possible. Learn More
    2017, 160pp
  10. Doorkins the Cathedral Cat

    Doorkins the Cathedral Cat

    Lisa Gutwein, illustrated by Rowan Ambrose

    Based on Southwark Cathedral's favourite feline, this delightful story follows an exciting week in the life of Doorkins. With Doorkins' adventures captured in gorgeous illustrations, this fun filled book will entertain any Cathedral visitor, congregation member, or cat lover. Learn More
    2017, 40pp

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