There are 180 books in this catalogue.
The Last of the Fathers: Saint Bernard of Clairvaux and the Encyclical Letter, Doctor Mellifluus
Book Number: 65878
Hollis and Carter, London, 1954. 8vo. hardcover. 123pp. Good+, some foxing. / Good+ d/w rubbed on spine ends. Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, a dominant figure in the history of the Catholic Church and the last of the Church Fathers, died in his monastery in Burgundy on August 20, 1153. The eight centenary of his death inspired Pope Pius XII to issue one of his most significant encyclical letters..Doctor Mellifluus.
The Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testaments with A Commentary and Critical Notes.
Clarke, Adam. (Commentary & Critical Notes)
Book Number: 65754
William Tegg, London. n.d. circa 1870s 6 volumes, hardcovers, half leather bindings. Marbled edges, rebound with marbled endpapers. pp.896,912,908,1142,1050. Fair-good, some wear to covers, hinges repaired, repair to spines. Heavy set extra post may be required.
The Whole works of the Right Rev. William Beveridge, D.D.
Beveridge, Right Rev. William
Book Number: 65394
Printed for James Duncan, London 1924. 8 volumes of a 10 volume set, missing volume 1. 8vo. leather bound hardcovers. marbled edges & endpapers. Very good condition, covers have some wear, solid hinges. Heavy set, post may be extra.
Jesus of Nazareth
Book Number: 64882
Macmillan 2000 Large 8vo softcover 327pp index. very good.
Victorian Quakers (Oxford Historical Monographs)
Book Number: 64511
Oxford University Press, 1970. 8vo. hardcover. 326pp. index, b/w maps, diag. Very good. / Very good d/w with faded spine and a few small tears.
Christian Mysticism and Subud
Bennett, J. G.
Book Number: 63868
The Institute for the Comparative Study of History London 1961. 8vo. hardcover. 69pp. Very good, some foxing.
The Koran (Penguin Classics)
Dawood, N. J. (Translated with notes)
Book Number: 63728
Penguin Books, 2003. 8vo. softcover. 456pp. index. Very good.
Last Dalai Lama: A Biography
Goodman, Michael Harris
Book Number: 63615
Shambhala, Boston, 1987. 8vo softcover 364pp index, b/w illus. very good.
Waking Up: A Week Inside a Zen Monastery
Book Number: 63551
SkyLight Paths Publishing, USA, 2000. 8vo. softcover. 189pp. b/w illus. Near Fine, remainder mark on bottom edge.
Who Is the Buddha?
Book Number: 63408
Windhorse Publications, 2012 8vo. softcover. 169pp. index. Near Fine.
Lighting the Way.
The Dalai Lama. Translated by Geshe Thupten Jinpa
Book Number: 63410
Snow Lion Publications, USA, 2005. 8vo. softcover. 142pp. index. Near Fine.
The Spirit of the Buddha
Book Number: 63413
Yale University Press, 2010 8vo. softcover. 179pp. Very good+.
Religion For Atheists
De Botton, Alain
Book Number: 63394
Hamish Hamilton, London, 2012. 8vo. hardcover. 320pp. index, b/w illus. Very good. / Very good d/w.
With the Three Masters (3 volume set)
Ram, Rai Sahib Munshi
Book Number: 41535
Radha Soami Satsang Beas 1967 8vo hardcovers. pp.240,216,273. good-very good. volume 3 front board bent & missing jacket spine, volume 1 & 2very good in good, chipped jackets.
Psalms of David
Book Number: 44313
Wordsworth Editions Ltd 1989 Folio hardcover 160pp colour illus. very good / very good d/w.
Krishnamurti. A Biography
Book Number: 61084
Harper & Row, San Francisco 1988 8vo. softcover. 516pp. index, b/w illus. Very good.
Encounters With God In Medieval And Early Modern English Poetry
Book Number: 44667
Ashgate Publishing 2005 8vo illustrated boards, hardcover 226pp. Fine. Inscribed & signed by author. Engaging with four English poems or groups of poems - the anonymous medieval Crucifixion lyrics; William Langland's "Piers Plowman", John Donne's "Divine Poems", and John Milton's "Paradise Lost" - this book examines the nature of poetic encounter with God. At the same time, the author makes original contributions to the discussion of critical dilemmas in the study of each poem or group of poems. The main linguistic focus of this book is on the nature of dialogue with God in religious poetry, an area much neglected by grammarians and often overlooked in studies of literary style. It constitutes an important contribution to our understanding of the relationship between literature and theology.