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Thomas More - A very brief history (Paperback): John Guy Thomas More - A very brief history (Paperback)
John Guy 1
R231 R191 Discovery Miles 1 910 Save R40 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

'If the English people were to be set a test to justify their history and civilization by the example of one man, then it is Sir Thomas More whom they would perhaps choose.' So commented The Times in 1978 on the 500th anniversary of More's birth. Twenty-two years later, Pope John Paul II proclaimed Thomas More the patron saint of politicians and people in public life, on the basis of his 'constant fidelity to legitimate authority and . . . his intention to serve not power but the supreme ideal of justice'. 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? Was he the saintly, self-possessed hero of conscience of Robert Bolt's A Man for All Seasons or was he the fanatical, heretic-hunting torturer of Hilary Mantel's Wolf Hall? Which of these images of More has the greater historical veracity? And why does this man continue to fascinate, inspire and provoke us today?

Crisis Leadership (Paperback): Margaret Benefiel Crisis Leadership (Paperback)
Margaret Benefiel
R192 R166 Discovery Miles 1 660 Save R26 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Recent crises have revealed the desperate need for wise, grounded leadership. Too often, leaders have little experience and even less training in how to address crises in a way that strengthens their communities and guides them into the future. Drawing on examples from government, business, health care, non-profits, and the church, this book helps leaders in those sectors in the present crises and beyond. When a pandemic closes down churches, schools, and offices; when protests rage over racist police brutality; when everything you've always done as a leader becomes irrelevant, where can you turn? This book examines leaders who creatively navigated crises, drawing out principles of crisis leadership from them. This series of Little Books of Leadership is designed to foster conversations within congregations around certain principles and practices that nurture community and growth in the ongoing life of the church.

Canon Law, Careers and Conquest - Episcopal Elections in Normandy and Greater Anjou, c.1140-c.1230 (Hardcover): Joerg Peltzer Canon Law, Careers and Conquest - Episcopal Elections in Normandy and Greater Anjou, c.1140-c.1230 (Hardcover)
Joerg Peltzer
R2,066 Discovery Miles 20 660 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book is a study of the politics of episcopal elections in twelfth- and thirteenth-century Normandy and Greater Anjou. This was a crucial period in the development of canon law and Joerg Peltzer offers the first analysis to bring together legal theory and practice, local custom, and politics. He explores the development of electoral theories and examines each election in context, offering insights into the varying balance of royal, papal and regional baronial power and the various career paths leading to an episcopal see. He shows how different systems of patronage worked, to what extent they were vehicles of social mobility, and how aristocratic families were structured. By comparing electoral practices in Normandy and Greater Anjou before and after the Capetian conquest the book significantly enhances our understanding of the theory and practice of canon law, local politics in Normandy and Anjou, and the high politics at the Capetian and Angevin courts.

The Bishop Reformed - Studies of Episcopal Power and Culture in the Central Middle Ages (Hardcover, New Ed): Anna Trumbore Jones The Bishop Reformed - Studies of Episcopal Power and Culture in the Central Middle Ages (Hardcover, New Ed)
Anna Trumbore Jones; Edited by John S. Ott
R3,183 Discovery Miles 31 830 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In the period following the collapse of the Carolingian Empire up to the Fourth Lateran Council (1215), the episcopate everywhere in Europe experienced substantial and important change, brought about by a variety of factors: the pressures of ecclesiastical reform; the devolution and recovery of royal authority; the growth of papal involvement in regional matters and in diocesan administration; the emergence of the "crowd" onto the European stage around 1000 and the proliferation of autonomous municipal governments; the explosion of new devotional and religious energies; the expansion of Christendom's borders; and the proliferation of new monastic orders and new forms of religious life, among other changes. This socio-political, religious, economic, and cultural ferment challenged bishops, often in unaccustomed ways. How did the medieval bishop, unquestionably one of the most powerful figures of the Middle Ages, respond to these and other historical changes? Somewhat surprisingly, this question has seldom been answered from the bishop's perspective. This volume of interdisciplinary studies, drawn from literary scholarship, art history, canon law, and history, seeks to break scholarship of the medieval episcopacy free from the ideological stasis imposed by the study of church reform and episcopal lordship. The editors and contributors propose less a conventional socio-political reading of the episcopate and more of a cultural reading of bishops that is particularly concerned with issues such as episcopal (self-)representation, conceptualization of office and authority, cultural production (images, texts, material objects, space) and ecclesiology/ideology. They contend that ideas about episcopal office and conduct were conditioned by and contingent upon time, place and pastoral constituency. What made a "good" bishop in one time and place may not have sufficed for another time and place and imposing the absolute standards of prescriptive ideologies, medieval and modern, obfuscates rather than clarifies our understanding of the medieval bishop and his world.

Biblical Scholarship and the Church - A Sixteenth-Century Crisis of Authority (Hardcover, New Ed): Allan K. Jenkins, Patrick... Biblical Scholarship and the Church - A Sixteenth-Century Crisis of Authority (Hardcover, New Ed)
Allan K. Jenkins, Patrick Preston
R3,183 Discovery Miles 31 830 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Conflicting claims to authority in relation to the translation and interpretation of the Bible have been a recurrent source of tension within the Christian church, and were a key issue in the Reformation debate. This book traces how the authority of the Septuagint and later that of the Vulgate was called into question by the return to the original languages of scripture, and how linguistic scholarship was seen to pose a challenge to the authority of the teaching and tradition of the church. It shows how issues that remained unresolved in the early church re-emerged in first half of the sixteenth century with the publication of Erasmus' Greek-Latin New Testament of 1516. After examining the differences between Erasmus and his critics, the authors contrast the situation in England, where Reformation issues were dominant, and Italy, where the authority of Rome was never in question. Focusing particularly on the dispute between Thomas More and William Tyndale in England, and between Ambrosius Catharinus and Cardinal Cajetan in Italy, this book brings together perspectives from biblical studies and church history and provides access to texts not previously translated into English.

More Than Enchanting - Breaking Through Barriers to Influence Your World (Paperback, Expanded ed.): Jo Saxton More Than Enchanting - Breaking Through Barriers to Influence Your World (Paperback, Expanded ed.)
Jo Saxton; Foreword by Jenni Catron
R345 R294 Discovery Miles 2 940 Save R51 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Embrace your influence. Women have always wielded enormous influence, whether in our homes, jobs, communities, or churches. But as we lean into those God-given opportunities, we often experience substantial barriers, whether from other people and systems around us or from our own insecurities and struggles. Jo Saxton has faced her own challenges in her journey of uncovering her leadership potential. But she also knows what can happen in the church and the world when women are empowered and released to maximize their giftedness. If you have ever wondered whether God can use you to have a greater impact in the world, if you have faced challenges in using your gifts for the church, or if you are weary of battling against those who want to quell your voice and ministry passions, then this book is for you. You will find encouragement, inspiration, and strength to break through the barriers that are keeping you from exerting your full influence for God and his kingdom.

Micro Church Networks - A church for a new generation (Paperback): Larry Kreider Micro Church Networks - A church for a new generation (Paperback)
Larry Kreider
R273 Discovery Miles 2 730 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Broken and Whole - A Leader's Path to Spiritual Transformation (Paperback): Stephen A MacChia Broken and Whole - A Leader's Path to Spiritual Transformation (Paperback)
Stephen A MacChia
R360 R302 Discovery Miles 3 020 Save R58 (16%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In his nearly four decades of pastoral, parachurch and nonprofit ministry leadership Steve Macchia has come to understand his own brokenness. He writes: "I've experienced great success and a few embarrassing failures. . . . In essence, as much as I like to view myself as a good or even a very good leader, I'm more truthfully a blessed and broken leader, one who is daily in need of being . . . redeemed by the Spirit of God who resides in me." In these pages Steve offers the gifts of love found in 1 Corinthians 13 as the antidote to our brokenness. He writes with personal transparency from his own experience. Each chapter concludes with a powerful spiritual assessment tool to use in reflecting on our own leadership strengths and weaknesses. By embracing and befriending our own brokenness we can find true wholeness in God's strength. In these pages you will discover a new way to live in freedom and joy.

Unpunishable - Ending Our Love Affair with Punishment (Paperback): Danny Silk Unpunishable - Ending Our Love Affair with Punishment (Paperback)
Danny Silk
R326 R278 Discovery Miles 2 780 Save R48 (15%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Monkey and the Fish - Liquid Leadership for a Third-Culture Church (Paperback): Dave Gibbons The Monkey and the Fish - Liquid Leadership for a Third-Culture Church (Paperback)
Dave Gibbons; Foreword by J. J. Brazil, Pulitzer Prize Winner
R366 Discovery Miles 3 660 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Our world is marked by unprecedented degrees of multiculturalism, ethnic diversity, social shifts, international collaboration, and technology-driven changes. The changes are profound, especially when you consider the unchecked decline in the influence, size, and social standing of the church. There is an undercurrent of anxiety in the evangelical world, and a hunger for something new. And we re sensing the urgency of it. We need fresh, creative counterintuitive ways of doing ministry and church and leading it in the 21st century. We need to adapt. Fast. Both in our practices and our thinking. The aim of this book is simple: When we understand the powerful forces at work in the world today, we ll learn how something called The Third Culture can yield perhaps the most critical missing ingredient in the church today---adaptability---and help the church remain on the best side of history. A Third Culture Church and a Third Culture Leader looks at our new global village and the church s role in that village in a revolutionary way. It s a way to reconnect with the historical roots of what Jesus envisioned the church could be---a people known for a brand of love, unity, goodness, and extravagant spirit that defies all conventions. This book is part of the successful Leadership Innovation Series."

Pope Innocent III (1160/61-1216) - To Root Up and to Plant (Paperback, Edition, Paperb): John C. Moore Pope Innocent III (1160/61-1216) - To Root Up and to Plant (Paperback, Edition, Paperb)
John C. Moore
R809 Discovery Miles 8 090 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

"Thank goodness that John C. Moore's biography of Pope Innocent III is finally available in an affordable format. His clarity of language, nuanced analysis, and evident mastery of both the sources and the wealth of studies devoted to this pope, whose pontificate was a major watershed in Western history, make Moore's study a 'must have' addition to the library of every medieval student and scholar." --Alfred J. Andrea, The University of Vermont"Refusing to be driven by one or another of the great operatic episodes of Innocent's pontificate, Moore has produced the most comprehensive and rounded study ever written of the man and the pope--the very readable history of a pontificate from day to day." --Edward M. Peters, Henry Charles Lea Professor of History, University of Pennsylvania

John Henry Williams (1747-1829): `Political Clergyman' - War, the French Revolution, and the Church of England... John Henry Williams (1747-1829): `Political Clergyman' - War, the French Revolution, and the Church of England (Hardcover)
Colin Haydon
R1,462 Discovery Miles 14 620 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

John Henry Williams was the vicar of Wellesbourne in south Warwickshire from 1778 until his death some fifty years later. A dedicated pastor, displaying an enlightened and liberal' outlook, his career illuminates the Church of England's condition in the period, and also a clergyman's place in local society. However, he was not merely a country parson. A political clergyman', Williams engaged fervently in both provincial and national political debate, denouncing the war with revolutionary France between 1793 and 1802, and published a series of forceful sermons condemning the struggle on Christian principles. To opponents, he appeared insidious and blinkered, but to admirers he was 'a sound divine, and not a less sound politician'. This book, the first to examine Williams' career in full, is a detailed, vivid, and sometimes moving, study of a man who occupies an honorable and significant position in the Church of England's history and in the history of British peace campaigning. Dr COLIN HAYDON teaches in the Department of History at the University of Winchester.

Law, Liberty and Church - Authority and Justice in the Major Churches in England (Hardcover, New Ed): Gordon Arthur Law, Liberty and Church - Authority and Justice in the Major Churches in England (Hardcover, New Ed)
Gordon Arthur
R3,183 Discovery Miles 31 830 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Law, Liberty and Church examines the presuppositions that underlie authority in the five largest Churches in England - the Church of England, the Roman Catholic Church, the Methodist Church, the United Reformed Church and the Baptist Union. Examining what has influenced their development, and how the patterns of authority that exist today have evolved, Gordon Arthur explores the contributions of Scripture, Roman Legal Theory, and Greek Philosophy. This book shows how the influence of Roman legal theory has caused inflexibility, and at times authoritarianism in the Roman Catholic Church; it explores how the influence of reason and moderation has led the Church of England to focus on inclusiveness, often at the cost of clarity; it expounds the attempts of the Free Churches to establish liberty of conscience, leading them at times to a more democratic and individualistic approach. Finally Arthur offers an alternative view of authority, and sets out some of the challenges this view presents to the Churches.

Partners in Christ - A Conservative Case for Egalitarianism (Paperback): John G. Stackhouse, Jr Partners in Christ - A Conservative Case for Egalitarianism (Paperback)
John G. Stackhouse, Jr
R437 R365 Discovery Miles 3 650 Save R72 (16%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The Bible says that women should keep silent in church and that they should pray and prophesy. It calls wives the weaker partner and says that men and women are equal. When it comes to understanding what Scripture says about men and women, those on both sides of the debate can and do marshal strong evidence from the Bible. Why are they able to do this? John Stackhouse boldly contends it is because Scripture in fact says both things. Does the Bible contradict itself then? Not so. Rather, in this revised and expanded edition of Finally Feminist, Stackhouse describes the single approach in Scripture that guides us with clear direction on these important matters of relationships in the church and the family. Are you looking for an approach that takes the whole Bible into account and not just bits and pieces of it? While treating Scripture with utmost seriousness, Stackhouse moves us all beyond the impasse in this important debate.

Rolls and Register of Bishop Oliver Sutton 1280-1299 [II] (Hardcover): Rosalind M.T. Hill Rolls and Register of Bishop Oliver Sutton 1280-1299 [II] (Hardcover)
Rosalind M.T. Hill
R661 Discovery Miles 6 610 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This is the sixth of eight volumes containing the record of the institutions performed in the archdeaconry of Lincoln by Oliver Sutton, bishop of Lincoln from 1280 to 1299. As a scholar he appears to have been competent rather than distinguished; but he was a thoroughly good man, a trained canonist who was determined to uphold the law, and an administrator at once efficient and humane. For nearly twenty years he devoted himself almost completely to his diocese, ruling it with unending patience and a determined sense of justice. Among other fascinating details, his register describes incidents in the course of which clerks were maltreated and sometimes killed, rights of sanctuary violated and churches desecrated by bloodshed.

Authority and Order - John Wesley and his Preachers (Hardcover, New edition): Adrian Burdon Authority and Order - John Wesley and his Preachers (Hardcover, New edition)
Adrian Burdon
R945 Discovery Miles 9 450 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The important questions in ecumenical dialogue centre upon issues of authority and order. This book uses the development of ministry in the early Methodist Church to explore the origins of the Methodist Order and identify the nature of authority exercised by John Wesley, the founder of the Methodist Church. Showing Methodism as having been founded upon Episcopalian principles, but in a manner reinterpreted by its founder, Adrian Burdon charts the journey made by John Wesley and his people towards the ordination of preachers, which became such a major issue amongst the first Methodist Societies. Implications for understanding the nature and practice of authority and order in modern Methodism are explored, with particular reference to the covenant for unity between English Methodists and the Church of England.

Church/Politcs:Adam Orleton (Paperback): Roy Martin Haines Church/Politcs:Adam Orleton (Paperback)
Roy Martin Haines
R857 Discovery Miles 8 570 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In recent years Edward II??'s reign has attracted the attention of a number of scholars whose work has considerably modified the traditional picture. As a result, there has been a move away from the emphasis on constitutional and administrative theory and practice to a consideration of the personalities involved, notably Edward himself and the earls of Pembroke and Lancaster. Although medieval biography is difficult, such an approach has been highly successful - the actions of individuals are seen to be crucial in any analysis of events. However, since Kathleen Edwards??'s pioneer article in the mid-1940s, the Church??'s contribution has been largely neglected. In her view, after Archbishop Winchelsey??'s death the bishops cut sorry figures indeed. The time has come for a more sympathetic appraisal, in particular of the role played by Adam Orleton, promoted successively bishop of Hereford, Worcester and Winchester by a pope who paid no attention to the expostulations of the government at home.

Escaping the Maze of Spiritual Abuse - Creating Healthy Christian Cultures (Paperback): Lisa Oakley, Justin Humphreys Escaping the Maze of Spiritual Abuse - Creating Healthy Christian Cultures (Paperback)
Lisa Oakley, Justin Humphreys 1
R285 R237 Discovery Miles 2 370 Save R48 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

'Every time he wanted me to do something, he would quote scripture... I couldn't argue with scripture, it was like arguing with God.' The term 'spiritual abuse' is widely used across the Christian community. But what is it? Sometimes spiritual abuse involves leaders misusing their position, but ministers can also be the victims. Common factors include control through misuse of scripture, claims to divine authority, pressure to conform, and enforced accountability. Individuals may be isolated, and compelled to secrecy and silence. Drawing on a combination of extensive research, individual testimonies, and years of hands-on experience, Lisa Oakley and Justin Humphreys describe clearly the nature of spiritual abuse, and the best ways of countering it. Recovery is possible. But - how do we prevent spiritual abuse in the first place? What can leaders do to create safer places? Is there a link between theological ideas and harmful behaviours? How can leaders create opportunities for spiritual and emotional flourishing? Dr Lisa Oakley has researched spiritual abuse in the Christian faith in the UK since 2003. Justin Humphreys is chief executive of the safeguarding charity thirtyone: eight.

Rolls and Register of Bishop Oliver Sutton 1280-1299 [III] (Hardcover): Rosalind M.T. Hill Rolls and Register of Bishop Oliver Sutton 1280-1299 [III] (Hardcover)
Rosalind M.T. Hill
R676 Discovery Miles 6 760 Ships in 12 - 17 working days
Viral Jesus - How one Man broke the algorithm forever (Paperback): Noah Herrin Viral Jesus - How one Man broke the algorithm forever (Paperback)
Noah Herrin
R380 Discovery Miles 3 800 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Money and the Rise of the Modern Papacy - Financing the Vatican, 1850-1950 (Hardcover, New): John F. Pollard Money and the Rise of the Modern Papacy - Financing the Vatican, 1850-1950 (Hardcover, New)
John F. Pollard
R1,821 Discovery Miles 18 210 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This is a pioneering study of the finances and financiers of the Vatican between 1850 and 1950. Dr Pollard, a leading historian of the modern papacy, shows how until 1929 the papacy was largely funded by 'Peter's Pence' collected from the faithful, and from the residue the Vatican made its first capitalistic investments, especially in the ill-fated Banco di Roma. After 1929, the Vatican received much of its income from the investments made by the banker Bernadino Nogara in world markets and commercial enterprises. This process of coming to terms with capitalism was arguably in conflict both with Church law and Catholic social teaching and becoming a major financial power led the Vatican into conflict with the Allies during the Second World War. In broader terms, the ways in which the papacy financed itself helped shape the overall development of the modern papacy.

Move - What 1,000 Churches Reveal about Spiritual Growth (Paperback): Greg L. Hawkins, Cally Parkinson Move - What 1,000 Churches Reveal about Spiritual Growth (Paperback)
Greg L. Hawkins, Cally Parkinson; Foreword by Bill Hybels
R314 R262 Discovery Miles 2 620 Save R52 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

One of the church's primary responsibilities is to foster genuine spiritual growth in people's lives. Today's pastors bring tremendous effort and passion to this task, but they are often disappointed by people who sit in the pews for years, knowing about Jesus but never really knowing him. In 2004, Willow Creek Community Church in suburban Chicago undertook a three-year study to measure spiritual growth called the REVEAL Spiritual Life Survey. Over the next six years, additional data was collected from over a quarter million people in well over a thousand churches of every size, denomination, and geographic area. Move presents verifiable, fact-based, and somewhat startling findings from the latest REVEAL research, drawing on compelling stories from actual people-congregation members of varying spiritual maturity, as well as pastors who are equally candid as they share their disappointments and their successes. It provides a new lens through which church leaders can see and measure the evidence of spiritual growth. The local church is uniquely equipped to foster spiritual growth and challenge people to pursue a life of full devotion to Christ. Move helps pastors and church leaders inspire and direct that challenge with confidence as they lead their congregations to move closer to Christ.

Roman Canon Law in Reformation England (Paperback, Revised): R.H. Helmholz Roman Canon Law in Reformation England (Paperback, Revised)
R.H. Helmholz
R994 Discovery Miles 9 940 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In this book one of the world's foremost legal historians draws upon the evidence of the canon law, court records and the English common-law system to demonstrate the extent to which, contrary to received wisdom, Roman canon law survived in England after the upheavals of the Protestant Reformation. Clearly and elegantly written, this study is both a companion to and development of Maitland's celebrated Roman Canon Law in Medieval England. It will be of great interest not only to legal and ecclesiastical specialists but to any reader seeking a wider understanding of the constitutional and intellectual context in which the English Reformation developed.

Papacy and Politics in Eighteenth-Century Rome - Pius VI and the Arts (Hardcover): Jeffrey Collins Papacy and Politics in Eighteenth-Century Rome - Pius VI and the Arts (Hardcover)
Jeffrey Collins
R2,046 Discovery Miles 20 460 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Pius VI was the last great papal patron of the arts in the Renaissance and Baroque tradition. This book presents the first synthetic study of his artistic patronage and policies in an effort to understand how he used the arts strategically, as a means of countering the growing hostility to the old order and the supremacy of the papacy. Pius' initiatives included the grand sacristy for St Peter's, the new Vatican Museum of ancient art, and the re-erection of Egyptian obelisks. These projects, along with Pius' use of prints, paintings, and performances, created Pius' public persona, and helped to anchor Rome's place as the cultural capital of Europe.

A History of the English Parish - The Culture of Religion from Augustine to Victoria (Paperback, Revised): N.J.G. Pounds A History of the English Parish - The Culture of Religion from Augustine to Victoria (Paperback, Revised)
N.J.G. Pounds
R1,354 Discovery Miles 13 540 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Most writings on church history have been concerned mainly with church hierarchy, and with theology, liturgy and canon law. This book looks at the church 'from below', from the lowest stratum of its organisation - the parish - in which the church building is seen as the parishioners' handiwork and as a reflection of local popular culture. The book discusses in turn the origin and development of the system of precisely-defined parishes, their function - in terms of economics and personnel - and the church fabric which embodied the aspirations of parishioners, who saw the church more as an expression of their cultural and social hopes than as the embodiment of their faith. The book ends with the failure of the parish to meet all of its obligations - social, governmental and religious - from the late eighteenth century onwards.

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