The Way of Benedict Published By SPCK
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The Way of Benedict

Eight Blessings for Lent

by Laurentia Johns OSB

The Rule of St Benedict, written for monks in the sixth century, continues to hold an extraordinary appeal to people in our day. It offers a balanced approach to seeking God and integrating prayer, work and relationships in a way that is more essential than ever in our stress-riven society.

The Way of Ignatius Published By SPCK
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The Way of Ignatius

A Prayer Journey through Lent

by Gemma Simmonds

A deep prayer life is not just something for mystics or religious specialists. It's for everyone, and everyone has a capacity for it. Including questions to aid reflection and discussion at the end of each chapter, this is a popular introduction to prayer and the spiritual life—a guide for Lent and the rest of the year—in the tradition of Ignatius Loyola.

The Way of the Carmelites Published By SPCK
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The Way of the Carmelites

A Prayer Journey Through Lent

by James McCaffrey

The Way of the Carmelites, rich in reflection on the Bible, is a spiritual companion and guide for Lent, and indeed the rest of the year, that will introduce readers to the riches of Carmelite spirituality.

The Way Under Our Feet Published By SPCK
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The Way Under Our Feet

A Spirituality of Walking

by Graham B. Usher

Reveals how walking benefits us physically, mentally and spiritually – and also how walking may involve drudgery, fear and mortal danger, thus opening our eyes to others’ perspectives.

They Called Us Love Published By SPCK
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They Called Us Love

The Story of April Holden and Africa's Street Children

by Deborah Meroff

April Holden suffered from persistent ill health as a child, but after she came to faith in her teens she became convinced that God was calling her to work with street children in Africa. This is the story of her life and career, as she has worked alongside churches and communities in harrowing circumstances from Egypt to Sudan, Zambia and more.

Thomas Aquinas Published By SPCK
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Thomas Aquinas

A Very Brief History

by Brian Davies

This brief historical introduction to Thomas Aquinas assesses his impact on the world as it was at the time and outlines the key ideas and values connected with him. It explores the social, political, and religious factors that formed the context of his life and writings, considering the ways in which his impact has lasted.

Thomas Cochrane and the Dragon Throne Published By SPCK
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Thomas Cochrane and the Dragon Throne

Confronting Disease, Distrust and Murderous Rebellion in Imperial China

by Andrew E. Adam

The story of how Tom Cochrane, a Scottish missionary doctor, struggled to bring benefits of scientific medicine to the Chinese Empire.

Thomas More Published By SPCK
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Thomas More

A Very Brief History

by John Guy

Thomas More has long been considered one of the most significant figures in English history. In this fresh assessment of More's life and legacy, John Guy considers the factors that have given rise to such claims concerning More's significance. Who was the real Thomas More? And why does this man continue to fascinate, inspire, and provoke us today?

Thomas More Published By SPCK
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Thomas More

A Very Brief history

by John Guy

Thomas More has long been considered one of the most significant figures in English history. In this fresh assessment of More's life and legacy, John Guy considers the factors that have given rise to such claims concerning More's significance. Who was the real Thomas More? And why does this man continue to fascinate, inspire, and provoke us today?

Tibet Published By SPCK
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Tibet

The Roof of the World. Inside the Largest Christian Revival in History

by Paul Hattaway

This book is believed to be the first attempt to present an overview of all Christian activity in Tibet, throughout history. The Tibetan Plateau is mountainous, inaccessible, and vast - three times the land area of the United Kingdom, but with only one-tenth the population. Most Tibetans claim to be Buddhists, but for many Buddhism is a veneer over older, darker beliefs. The spiritual realm is a daily reality in Tibet.