Here are some links to my books, first the books I have written or edited and then books to which I have contributed:
What do Christians believe?
In this book, written for the reader looking for quick practical insights into the beliefs and practices of Christianity, Malcolm Guite offers a lucid summary and interpretation of the Christian faith. Jesus himself identified love as the essential element in both worship and daily life. Using this teaching, and the core Christian belief that Jesus was God’s way of opening himself to humanity, Guite explains the inner meaning of such key Christian teachings as atonement, redemption and the concept of God as Trinity.
What Do Christians Believe? To buy a copy, visit Amazon there is also an American Edition published by Walker Books available Here What Do Christians Believe has also been translated into Greek, Finnish, and Dutch
Faith Hope and Poetry Now in Paperback! FHP Paperback
“Guite is taking us on a liberating voyage into our poetic inheritance,” The Tablet You can also read a full review in the Tablet here
Then here are two collections of my own poetry:
And here are two seasonal anthologies I have edited giving a poem a day for the seasons of Advent/ Christmas, and Lent/Easter
A Poem a Day for Lent and Easter
I have contributed, chapters, essays or poems to the following books:
C. S. Lewis and His Circle: Essays and Memoirs from the Oxford C.S. Lewis Society Hardcover – 2 Jul 2015
The Bright Field: Readings, reflections and prayers for Ascension, Pentecost, Trinity and Ordinary Time Paperback – 30 May 2014
Reflections on the Psalms Paperback – 30 May 2015
Read more about the book here.
The metaphor of performance has been applied fruitfully by anthropologists and other social theorists to different aspects of human social existence, and furnishes a potentially helpful model in terms of which to think theologically about Christian life.
Malcolm has contributed a chapter entitled ‘Our truest poetry is our most feignin… poetry, playfulness and truth’To learn more about this book, or to buy a copy, visit the Ashgate Books website at www.ashgate.comor buy it here from Amazon
‘Here is a spendid contribution to a white-hot theological topic: the relationship between theology and the arts. In this book, a multi-faceted illumination is achieved by the distinguished contributors, who shine their spotlights not only on God’s truth as revealed in Jesus Christ, but upon the dynamic creativity of artists as they explore this truth in so many striking and stimulating ways. This is a compulsive read, richly rewarding, which made me realize the enormous importance of doing theology through the arts.’ Susan Howatch – author
To buy a copy of this book click this ink to Amazon
Reflections for Daily Prayer. I contributed to 14 meditations each to two volumes of reflections on the Church of England daily readings.
This one can be bought here
and this one can be bought here
A number of my poems appear in an excellent and timely book on living simply that others may simply live published by Canterbury Press
You can get it at Amazon here