Goodchild addresses the theory of money through a modern day lens. He makes the argument that money is a promise, a transcendent value and an obligation or a law. Has money taken the place of God? Is it a global religion that is unquestionably practiced, regardless of principle?
Gibbons re-imagines the future of the church, as he poses the question, what would the church look like if it was not contained on a piece of land? Small Cloud Rising takes readers on a journey from the historic landscape of the church, to its future.
Shifting gears, Parkin's debut novel, stems from her experience working in Southern Africa, and the stories of courage and resilience she heard along the way. Set in modern-day Rwanda, the main character is a remarkable business woman, Angel Tungaraza whose cake business is the way in which she influences an entire community.
We are what we love. On this premise, Smith focuses on the themes of liturgy and desire to tackle the greater issue of theology of culture. His aim is to point the reader to our greatest yearning - God. Students of philosophy, theology, worldview and culture, as well as other areas of interest, are welcome to this thought-provoking read.