FAITH AND FREEDOM, AUTUMN AND WINTER 2019 (Volume 72, Part 2) issue 189 is now available
T.E. Lawrence and God by Howard Oliver
An engrossing study of the evolution of the religious thought of T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia), of one of the most enigmatic and complicated public figures of the twentieth century. (See above image of the memorial plaque to T. E. Lawrence, unveiled at the Oxford High School for Boys by Winston Churchill, 3rd October, 1936.)
The Story of Silent Night by Andrew Page
The true story of the transmission and translation of the famous carol Silent Night, uncovering its three ‘lost’ verses and giving an entirely new and faithful translation of the hymn first sung at the bicentenary service held last year in Cairo Street Unitarian Chapel Warrington..
Romantic Religion by Tim Clancy
What do we mean by God and how do we understand God. “In so far as we recognize God’s loving recognition of us, we come to participate ever more intimately and ever more fully in God’s own power, the power of being itself. In this way God can be said to actively relate to us without determining us.”
Barbara Ward and this Journal: ‘Faith and Freedom’ by Dan C. West
The writings of the late Barbara Ward which share similarities of ethos as well as of name with the journal.
In the Interim by Sue Norton
Exploring being in the interim.
Liberal faith beyond Utopian dreams
Nancy McDonald Ladd, After the Good News: Progressive Faith Beyond Optimism, Skinner House Books, Boston 2019, pp 159, ISBN 978-1-55896-828-8. $16.00 pbk.
Reviewed by Jim Corrigall
The 1960s – a new spirituality for a new world
Sam Brewitt-Taylor, Christian Radicalism in the Church of England and the Invention of the British Sixties, 1957-1970; The Hope of a World Transformed, Oxford University Press, 2018 pp 272, ISBN 978-0-19-882700-9, £65, hbk.
Reviewed by Marcus Braybrooke
Climate Crisis – essential reading
Simon L. Lewis and Mark A. Maslin, The Human Planet: How We Created the Anthropocene, Pelican (2018), pp 465, ISBN: 978-0-241-28088-1, £8.99
David Wallace-Wells, The Uninhabitable Earth: A Story of the Future, Allen Lane (2019), pp 310, ISBN: 978-0-241-35521-3, £20.00
James Lovelock with Bryan Appleyard, Novacene: The Coming Age of Hyperintelligence, Allen Lane (2019), pp 139, ISBN: 978-0-241-39936-1, £14.99
Reviewed by David A. Williams
Unitarians and Biblical revision
Alan H. Cadwallader The politics of the Revised Version: a tale of two New Testament revision companies, T & T Clark, 2019, pp. 224, ISBN: 978-0567673466, £85 hbk.
Reviewed by Andrew M. Hill
Clerical corruption in the Vatican
Frederic Martel trans. Shaun Whiteside, In the Closet of the Vatican: Power, Homosexuality, Hypocrisy, Bloomsbury, London, 2019, pp.570. ISBN 978-1472966148, £25, hbk.
Reviewed by Frank Walker
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2 thoughts on “Faith and Freedom, Autumn and Winter 2019”
Hi. Wondering if there is a calendar available. I seem to recall mention of such earlier in the year. Regards T. Kirkland .
“a farthing rushlight”
Hi Trevor. Yes one is in production now and will be sent out before the end of the year. Thanks for asking. All the best, David