We have under 30 days to get this under contract before it is pulled from pre-pub.
From the sample pages this seems very... One reviewer referred to it as more or less a brief systematic theology from a liberal perspective. From that review and the sample pages I decided it was worth a shot, Not to mention picking up the paperback version would be $18, A short systematic theology from a modern Anglican perspective seems laudable. So I think it is worth the chance for $10. I do tend to find SPCK a very reputable publisher and while the reviewer called it liberal the publisher history would suggest moderate Anglican (SPCK is not exclusively so but does seem to publish mostly on the more evangelical side of theolgy) which for some might be liberal for me it probably sits closer to conservative. I have not read it beyond the sample pages, but it stuck me as something I would like to read. It also struck me as a volume that should find a home in the Logos Anglican Library's Bronze and higher.... For these reasons I want it.. perhaps there are not enough others interested in it to make it worth Faithlifes time but I hope there is. Please consider it.
PS:This is a close to a duplicate post from the announcement thread but thought it deserved it's own thread.