Recent books from Ekklesia staff and associates
- Simon Barrow (w. Gerry Hassan, eds.), Scotland After the Virus, Luath Press, 2020.
- Bernadette Meaden, Illness, Disability and Caring, DLT, 2020.
- Harry Hagopian, Keeping Faith With Hope: The Challenge of Israel Palestine, Ekklesia, 2019.
- Jill Segger, Words Out of Silence, Ekklesia/Siglum, 2019.
- Simon Barrow (w. Gerry Hassan, eds.), Scotland the Brave? Luath, 2019
- Simon Barrow (ed.), Feast or Famine? How the Gospel Challenges Austerity, DLT, 2017
- Virginia Moffatt (ed.), Reclaiming the Common Good, DLT, 2017 – inc. several Ekklesia contributors
- Savitri Hensman, Sexuality, Struggle and Saintliness, Ekklesia, 2015.
- Simon Barrow (w. Mike Small, eds.), Scotland 2021, Bella Caledonia/Ekklesia, 2016.
- Symon Hill, The Upside-Down Bible, DLT, 2015.
- Jolyon Mitchell, Owen Gower (eds.), Religion and the News, Ashgate, 2012 – inc. Simon Barrow
- Tricia Gates Brown (ed.), 118 Days: Christian Peacemaker Teams Held Captive in Iraq, CPT, 2010 – w. Simon Barrow
- Stuart Murray, The Naked Anabaptist, Paternoster Press, 2009. – several references too Ekklesia
- Simon Barrow (ed.), Fear or Freedom? Why a Warring Church Must Change, Shoving Leopard, 2008 (Foreword: Desmond Tutu)
- Simon Barrow, Jonathan Bartley (eds.), Consuming Passion: Why the Killing of Jesus Really Matters, DLT, 2006.
- Jonathan Bartley, Faith and Politics After Christendom: Church As a Movement for Anarchy, Paternoster Press, 2006.
- Richard Franklin, Towards the Abolition of the Nation State, Sarum College/ Ekklesia, 2004.
- Jonathan Bartley, The Subversive Manifesto, BRF, 2003.
Plus a further five books by other authors from Ekklesia Publishing here.
Later in 2021/2 we plan to provide an online library of our own resources published over the past two decades. In the meantime, we are pleased to commend collections of articles and policy proposals from those whose research we value and connect with.