We publish on all aspects of our thinking and research.
Historically the Foundation has published two occasional papers a year - subscribers received these free through the post. You can order back copies of all our occasional papers by emailing us - for full list of publications please click here.
Our last Occasional Paper 33, by John Reader, on the subject of 'Apocalyptic localism or sustainable communities' reflects on the wider context within which the 'sustainability' debate is taking place, in particular the role of the church within debates about localism as a response to forces of globalisation.
Past Occasional Papers include:
- No 29, Paul Allen, Wellbeing at Work, Perspectives on human wellbeing in a globalising workplace
- No 30, Christopher Baker, Religious faith in the exurban community, Crisis or opportunity for the UK churches?
- No 31, Stephen Goddard, The Temple Legacy, From dead orthodoxy to living faith
- No 32, Caroline Parker, Social Ethics and the Postmodern City, Local churches as urban planners for multicultural communities
We also have back copies of:
- Jonathan Lockhart, After Freire
- Various authors, Archbishop William Temple, Issues in Church and Society 50 years on,
- Rachel Jenkins, Changing Times, Unchanging Values?
- Margaret Halsey, Contract Cleaning: a theological reflection, Invisible Hands
- Many Mansions, Evaluating Church-Related projects on housing and homelessness.
Writings about Temple
Recent research on William Temple and his thinking includes:
- 32. The Temple Legacy, from dead orthodoxy to living faith, by Stephen Goddard, (William Temple Foundation £4.00 plus P&P.
- Archbishop William Temple, Issues in Church and Society 50 Years On, by Ronald Preston, Malcolm Brown, Rachel Jenkins, Tony Addy, published by and available from the Foundation. £2.50 plus P&P.
- William Temple, A Calling to Prophecy, by Stephen Spencer. Published by SPCK, London, 2004. ISBN 0 281 05437 1
- The Ecclesiology of Archbishop William Temple (1881-1944), by Wendy Dackson, published by Mellen, 2004.
- 'A Bridge to the Old World :Archbishop Temple's American Ecumenism', Wendy Dackson. (Available from the author: firstname.lastname@example.org.)
- 'Archbishop William Temple and Public Theology in a Post-Christian Context', Wendy Dackson, 2004. (Available from the author: email@example.com.)