On Saturday, the Times had a section on Lent books for 2010 with a good number of faith leaders recommending reading for lent.
We are very pleased to see that titles from Continuum and T&T Clark feature prominently on the list.
Archbishop Dr Rowan Williams recommends St John of the Cross. Some of his writings are available from Continuum here.
Timothy Radcliffe favours Herbert McCabes God, Christ and Us (here with a full preview!)
Canon Jane Hedges from Westminster is reading Lucy Winkett's lent book Our Sound is our Wound, which was commissioned by the Archbishop of Canterbury as Lent Book for 2010.
Another Lent Book from our list is Andrew Rumsey's Strangely Warmed, in the Times article recommended by Rosemary Lain-Priestley.
Bishop Geoffrey Rowell of the C of E's diocese in Europe endorses Margaret Barker's Creation: A Biblical Vision for the Environment
In the spirit of Anglican-Methodist unity the President of the Methodist Conference, Rev David Gamble, reads Rowan Williams' Dostoyevsky: Language, Faith and Fiction.
Last but not least our own Publishing Director, Robin Baird-Smith, unashamedly endorses one of our own books: Bishop Martin Warner's Between Heaven and Charing Cross.