SPCK Library 4+

The Society For Promoting Christian Knowledge

Designed for iPad

    • 3.6 • 7 Ratings
    • Free



Access the entire range of over 500 SPCK titles without leaving the app. Read samples for free, buy titles individually, or subscribe to the whole list.

Authors include:
- Tom Wright / N. T. Wright
- Rowan Williams
- John Pritchard
- Kenneth Bailey
- Catherine Fox
- John Goldinday
- Janet Morley
- Mark Oakley
- John Sentamu
- Rosemary Lain Priestley
- David Adam
- Richard Hays
- Paula Gooder
- Keith Ward

Series include:
- The Bible For Everyone (New Testament For Everyone and Old Testament For Everyone)
- Exploring The Old Testament
- Exploring The New Testament
- New Library of Pastoral Care
- International Study Guides
- SPCK Classics
- SPCK Library Of Ministry

Topics include:
- Biblical Studies
- Church History
- Education Resources
- Healing & Pastoral Care
- Lectionary Resources
- Liturgical Studies
- Fiction
- Ministry
- Personal Growth
- Prayer and Meditation
- Science and Religion
- Social and Ethical Issues
- Spirituality
- Theology
- Worship Resources
- Bible Study Guides

What’s New

Version 1.6

Bug fixes.
Stability improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Oscar Grove ,

Not quite there yet

This app is potentially really good news for Christian readers. SPCK offer a great catalogue of titles, many (though not yet nearly enough) now available on this e-reader.

A couple of things need sorting to fulfil the potential of this app.

1 Lines of text at start and end of pages are sliced in half horizontally. It doesn't entirely render them unreadable but it does slow the speed of reading as one pauses to decipher a line every few pages.

2 Opening the app overrides audio on the Apple Music app, for no good reason I can think of. You can toggle back into music, press play, and toggle back to this app and it'll hang together. But it's another irritating glitch.

3 In purchasing e-books on this app there is no option to apply a promotion code, so one always has to pay full price. I suspect this is a result of complying with Apple's rules about in-app purchases so they can take their cut. I guess there might be a workaround for that, but nothing in the app explains what that might be. A note in the help section would suffice - except the app doesn't yet have one.

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