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Sam is a visiting lecturer at the London School of TheologyView more
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The second coming of Jesus Christ is the core of the biblical worldview, the climax of the biblical message, the cornerstone of biblical theology and the centrepiece of authentic biblical faith for the 21st century.View more
LST’s bookshop stocks a wide range of academic books specialising in Theology, Worship and Counselling.
The Bookshop is currently closed for the Easter break and will reopen on Wednesday April 18th.
We are pleased to support the local Christian community. If you are looking for a church in the locality, have a browse through our directory
Maranatha in Uxbridge has now closed after 39 years of trading (end of August 2015). However Geoff and Jan are still at the LST Bookshop inside the London School of Theology in Northwood.