Theological Book Review
The Theological Book Review (TBR) is edited by Professor Kenneth Newport. The journal is designed to act as a means by which clear, concise and authoritative reviews of the very best theological scholarship can be made available, usually within 12 months of the book's appearance and often within six, to a wide readership.
For the past thirteen years TBR was published three times a year, in March, June and October. From January 2002 it has been published in two larger editions in March and October. Back issues of previous numbers are available at £8.00 or US $12.00f each.
Enquiries regarding new subscriptions to TBR , currently £30 per year, should be addressed to Mrs Sue Harwood.
Offers of books for review and other communications relating to content should be sent to the editor Professor Newport or Mrs Sue Harwood.
Books Available for Review
The following is a list of books that are currently available for review.
Offers to review books should be sent to Professor Kenneth Newport and/or to Sue Harwood.
Reviews are between 250 and 300 words. Since TBR prides itself in providing speedy reviews, reviews are normally due back to the editor within three months of the book being sent to the reviewer. Please send completed reviews to Mrs Olga Davies.
When requesting a book, please give the address to which you would like it sent.
- Milinovich, Now is the Day of Salvation (James Clarke & Co)
- Fudge, the Fire that Consumes (James Clarke & Co)
- Kendall, The Sermon on the Mount (Monarch)
- Lundbom, Jeremiah among the Prophets (James Clarke & Co)
- Yamasaki, Perspective Criticism (James Clarke and Co)
- Trojan, from Chrit's Death to Jesus' Life (Peter Lang)
- Gartner, Die Geschichtspsalmen (Mohr Siebeck)
- Harmon, John's Gospel, the Way it Happened (prbythebook) - this is an advance ready copy for review
- Reynolds, Gateway to Heaven Vol 1; Doctrine and Devotion (NCP)
- Pagola, The Way Opened up by Jesus (Convivium Press)
- Benedict XVI, Joseph Ratzinger in Communio vol 2: Anthropology and Culture (Eerdmans)
- Nah, Christian Theology and Religous Pluralism, A critical evelauation of John Hick (James Clarke & Co)
- Mackendrick, Divine Enticement (Fordham)
- Newman, Attending to the Wounds on Christ's Body (James Clarke & Co)
- Miller (ed), Suffering and the Christian Life (Orbis)
Science and Religion
- Thompson, Returning to Reality (Lutterworth)
- Johnson, Noel & Williams (eds), Onesimus Our Brother (Fortress)
- Elvey, Hogan, Power and Renkin (eds) Reinterpreting the Eucharist (Equinox)
Practical Theology/ Worship and Liturgy
- Vasalou, Practices of Wonder (James Clarke & Co)
- Heyberger, Hindiyya, Mystic and Criminal 1720-1798 (James Clarke & Co)
- Smith, Dust or Dew (James Clarke & Co)
- Haralambakis, the Testament of Job (T&T Clark)
1. Gothoni (ed), Religious Experience; North and South (Peter Lang)
- Lubich, Early Letters, At the Origins of a New Spirituality (NCP)
- Ilo, Ogbonnaya and Ojacor, the Church as salt and Light, the path to an African Ecclesiology of Abundant Life (James Clarke & Co)
- Pabst, The Crisis of Global Capitalism (James Clarke & Co)
- Holy Days, Meditations on the Feasts, Fasts, and other Solemnities of the Church (Eerdmans)
- Lubich, Neighbors (NCP)
- Obbard, A Taste of Hildegard (NCP)
- Blanco,Philosophy and Salvation (Lutterworth)
- Morozzo della Rocca (ed), Making Peace (NCP)
- Torno, Chaira Lubich, a Biography ((NCP)
- Goodwin, Translating the English Bible from Relevance to Deconstruction (James Clarke & C0)