Here are some of our most frequently asked questions:
Where can I buy DLT books?
Firstly, on our websites (dltbooks.com, dltbibles.com and dltebooks.com), where we offer a number of special offers. DLT books are also available from all good Christian bookshops, many General bookshops and from online retailers. If your local bookshop does not have what you want in stock, they should be able to order it for you.
If none of these options is working for you, simply contact our distributors Norwich Books & Music via email email@example.com, phone 01603 785 925 or fax on 01603 785 915, stating the title, author, ISBN and quantity of the book you'd like to buy, as well as your contact name, address and telephone number.
What kind of books do DLT publish?
We publish a wide-ranging list of books that include biography, spirituality, theology, wellbeing, contemporary issues, fiction and humour, and we also publish the Jerusalem Bible, and its revised and updated successors, the New Jerusalem Bible and the Revised New Jerusalem Bible – three of the most clear, accurate and distinguished modern English translations of the Bible.
Our books are written by, and for, people of all faiths and none. We believe that spirituality and faith are important to all people, of all backgrounds, and that the wisdom of any one culture or tradition can inform and nourish another. All our books are intended to help people – to better understand themselves, to better understand God, faith and religion, and to better understand our relationships with other people. We aim to be creative, sometimes provocative, so our books are most likely to be appreciated by people who like to engage and be challenged. For more information on DLT, go to the 'About Us' page.
Is DLT a Catholic publisher?
DLT is sometimes thought of as a Catholic publisher because we have, historically, published books by a number of high-profile Catholic writers, as well as the Jerusalem Bible, New Jerusalem Bible and Revised New Jerusalem Bible which are used widely in the Catholic Church. We have also been known for some very good books from Orthodox, Celtic and ‘emergent’ traditions – a rich mix of these books comprises our backlist.
Today, our books come from many different worldviews and traditions, but they all share a relish for opening up argument and debate, and a desire to reach people and to learn from them, not to exclude them.
The company is owned and run by a team of people from a range of different backgrounds – we are not exclusively ‘Catholic’, ‘Anglican’, ‘liberal’ or ‘conservative’. We prefer not to work under any defining label, and that includes ‘religious’. For more information on DLT, go to the 'About Us' page.
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Please contact Will Parkes on 020 8875 2811 or at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will be happy to solve any difficulties you may be experiencing.