A video introducing the book ‘I used to be dead (Tahlia’s story)’ by Colin J Pearce. Set in Palestine in 28 AD it tells the story of Tahlia and her three untamed friends as they terrorise their town, have adventures, take risks and have a whole lot of fun, until one of them becomes very very sick …
To commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Rev Dr Mark Worthing has released a new book entitled Martin Luther: a Wild Boar in the Lord’s Vineyard which explores his passionate and fiery character and introduces us to a colourful cast of friends and enemies, explaining the complex politics of church and empire.
Here is what Rev Dr Lynn Arnold, former Premier of South Australia, had to say about it.
Morning Star Publishing is pleased to announce that we are expanding our international distribution.
Effective now MSP imprints (with the exception of the Catholic Worship Book) will be available to order worldwide with the exception of North America where our titles are produced under license by Wipf & Stock. Since our titles can also be printed in the UK, we are able to offer domestic postage rates there alongside competitive rates to Africa, Asia, Europe and also South America. Imprints of Wipf & Stock (Cascade, Slant, Front Porch Republic etc) will remain available only in Australia and New Zealand. Please see our FAQ page for rates and more information.
Please contact us if you would like more information about this initiative.
The relationship between science and religion is a complex one, and one that has changed over the centuries, from a time when they pretty much meant the same thing, through the nineteenth century, when proponents of each battled for supremacy while a more moderate middle group tried to argue for synthesis, to today when issues of origins, meaning and reach are constantly debated.