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John Hull has contributed more than 50 chapters to various books. Some more recent ones are listed here. Those added most recently are shown in bold.
‘Lord I was deaf’: Images of Disability in the Hymnbooks
Stephen Burns, Nicola Slee and Michael Jagessar (eds) The Edge of God, New liturgical texts and contexts in conversation. London: Epworth 2009, pp 117-134.
Only One Way to Walk with God: Christian Discipleship for New Expressions of Church
Louise Nelstrop, Martyn Percy, (eds) Evaluating Fresh Expressions: explorations of the emerging church, London, SCM Press, 2009, pp 105 – 121.
Mission Shaped and Kingdom Focused
Steven Croft (ed) Mission-shaped Questions: Defining Issues for Today’s Church. London: Church House Publishing. 2008. pp 114-132.
The Education of The Religious Fanatic
Religion, Violence and Religious Education
Christian Education and the Reconstruction of Christian Faith
Practical Theology in Context: The Case of Europe
The Contribution of Religious Education to Religious Freedom: A Global Perspective
Blindness and the Face of God: Toward a Theology of Disability
Religion in the Service of the Child Project: the Gift Approach to Religious Education
Religionism and Religious Education
The Material Spirituality of Blindness and Money
The Shadow of My Parents
A Critique of Christian Religionism in British Religious Education
Freedom and Authority in Religious Education
Christian Education in a Capitalist Society: Money and God
The Ambiguity of Spiritual Values
Spiritual Education: Religion and the Money Culture
Collective Worship: The Search for Spirituality
Can One Speak of God or to God in Education?
Atheism and the Future of Religious Education
The Nature of Religious Education
Human Development and Capitalist Society
Religion and Education in a Pluralist Society
Critical Openness in Christian Nurture
Christian Theology and Educational Theory: Can there be Connections?
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