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Good Neighbours: How Churches Help Communities Flourish

In a report for the Church Urban Fund, Paul Bickley argues that churches tackle the relational deficit blighting deprived communities.

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Book Reviews

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“I was really a Christian who just did not happen to believe in God”

Nick Spencer's reviews the memoir of the leading literary critic, John Carey.

The Soul of the World

Nick Spencer reviews Roger Scruton's sophisticated critique oF "fashionable" atheism.

Where next for the state?

Nick Spencer review The Fourth Revolution by John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge


Working out faith-based organizations

David MacIlroy reviews Working Faith: Faith-Based Organizations and Urban Social Justice

Good news for the public square

Ben Ryan reviews new book published by the Lawyers' Christian Fellowship

Fighting talk

Major General Tim Cross reviews 'The Dove, the Fig Leaf and the Sword' by Alan Billings and 'In Defence of War' by Nigel Biggar


Are we sleepwalking to a "seedy barbarism"?

Nick Spencer reviews David Marquand's Mammon's Kingdom

How much is that kidney in the window?

Nick Spencer reviews a perceptive critique of neo-liberal economics.

A Brief Theology of Sport

Paul Bickley reviews A Brief Theology of Sport by Lincoln Harvey


Ruling the Void: The Hollowing out of Western Democracy

Nick Spencer reviews Ruling the Void: The Hollowing out of Western Democracy by Peter Mair

Religious Freedom in the Liberal state

Nick Spencer reviews an excellent contribution to an ever more lively and complicated debate

Looking through the Cross

Nick Spencer reviews Graham Tomlin's Looking through the Cross.


In Place of God?

Terry Eagleton - Culture and the Death of God

Thinking straight about morality and politics

Paul Bickley reviews The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Religion and Politics

Expand your atheist library

Nick Spencer reviews five recent books on atheism.

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