Imagine if you had in one place material from some of the most well-respected writers for young people!
David Adam was born in Alnwick, Northumberland and was the Vicar of Lindisfarne where he ministered to thousands of pilgrims and other visitors for thirteen years until he retired in March 2003. He is the author of many inspiring books on spirituality and prayer, and his Celtic writings have rekindled a keen interest in our Christian heritage.
We are delighted to announce that Nicholas King's iconic translation of the Bible will be read in its entirety between November 30 and December 3. - a 'first' we think!
On Monday 26th January Libby Lane was consecrated as the first female bishop in the Church of England in a packed service at York Minster.
Many will remember the joy that greeted the introduction of Common Worship in the year 2000. At last, Anglican worshippers were able fully to participate in worship using familiar, everyday language in prayers and responses whose meaning was clear.
Review by The Rev Dr Paul Ellingworth for The Methodist Recorder
It is probably correct to describe The Bible: A Study Bible, freshly translated by Nicholas King (Kevin Mayhew hardback edition £49.99, presentation edition £59.99), as unique. There have been other English versions of the Bible by single translators such as James Moffatt and Ronald Knox. However, for the last generation or more, these have been based on Hebrew and Aramaic texts of the Old Testament and Greek of the New.