Tagged with London School of Theology

News Roundup: The New Beginnings Edition

NEW BEGINNINGS: they’re what following Jesus is all about, from life through death and back to life again, and to get the month of September off to a good start we have a series of new beginnings to celebrate — but each has come at a cost. As I prepare this post, I’m listening to … Continue reading

Don’t be Scared of Theology!

Before leaving LST I had the privilege of meeting Derek Bigg, a former LST (or LBC, as it was in those days) student, who called in at the shop to supply me with stock of his book, In Pursuit of the Truth. It’s a book that has emerged out of a lifetime of faithful and … Continue reading

Day of Prayer #3

TODAY, Friday 3rd September 2010, is our third Day of Prayer for the Christian book and retail trade, and there’s lots to be thankful for as well as to pray for. For details of meetings at various venues around the country, please see the facebook event page; but regardless of where you are — whether on your … Continue reading

Challenges and Changes: Your Help Needed

If you’re brave (or foolhardy) enough to follow my personal blog or my twitterstream then you’ll have already gathered that something’s afoot. To cut a long story short, my tenure as Bookshop Manager at London School of Theology is about to come to an end: on July 28th my assistant, Nick, and I were formally … Continue reading

Christian Bookshops: Who needs them?

I wrote the following article for LST InSight magazine to help give LST friends and supporters an idea of what’s happening in the trade. The current issue (pdf, 1.8mb) has a UK General Election focus, including Robert Willoughby’s review of Votewise Now!, featured here last month, and an article by Theos think tank Director, Paul … Continue reading

Votewise Now!

Robert Willoughby reviews ‘Votewise Now!’: “I cannot recommend this book’s 116 pages highly enough – get ‘Votewise Now!’ and get voting with greater confidence.” Continue reading