FAITH AND FREEDOM, Autumn and Winter issue, (Volume 68, Part 2, Number 181) will be on its way to subscribers very soon. In it you will find:
Finding God in Strangers
On Reading the Gospel of Mark with Two Eyes
George Kimmich Beach
Grace and Disgrace: a Social Pilgrimage
Yvonne Joan Craig
The Unitarians of the West and the Brahmo Samajees of the East
at Manchester College, Oxford 1896 –1948 Part II
Six Months in a Prisoner of War Camp
Manchester College, Oxford during the First World War
A Bible for Neo-Liberals
Bridging the Years in Marriage
As well as reviews by Pat Frankish, Ernest Baker, Peter B. Godfrey, Lena Cockroft and the editor, and a review article by Graham Murphy on Sarah Shaw, The Spirit of Buddhist Meditation, The Sacred Literature Series, Yale University Press, New Haven & London, 2014.
Other books reviewed include
Charles Marsh, Strange Glory: a Life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, SPCK, London, 2014.
Sam Harris, Waking Up: Searching for spirituality without religion, Bantam Press, London, 2014.
Mária Pap, Hungarian Unitarians in Transylvania, 2015.
Zoltán Fülöp, Emőd Farkas (eds.), Humble in Front of God, Words for Worship from Transylvanian Unitarians, International Council of Unitarians and Universalists/Hungarian Unitarian Ministers’ Association, Kolozsvár 2014
Emma Percy,”What Clergy Do”: especially when it looks like nothing, SPCK, London, 2014.
Marcus Braybrooke, Peace in Our Hearts Peace in Our World a meditation for everyday, Braybrooke Press, 2015.
John Pritchard, The Second Intercessions Handbook, SPCK, London, 2015.
Individual subscribers will also receive a copy of our Faith and Freedom 2016 Calendar. These are free to personal subscribers but extra copies can be ordered at a cost of £5 each, all of which goes to the charity the Send a Child to Hucklow Fund.
If you would like a sneak preview of the Calendar it can be downloaded on the Faith and Freedom website.
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The photograph at the top of this page is a picture by Transylvanian photographer Márkó László who has kindly contributed a number of pictures to the 2016 Calendar.