In a report for the Church Urban Fund, Paul Bickley argues that churches tackle the relational deficit blighting deprived communities.
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Nick Spencer reviews a new collection on Anglican Social Theology
Nick Spencer's reviews the memoir of the leading literary critic, John Carey.
Nick Spencer reviews Roger Scruton's sophisticated critique oF "fashionable" atheism.
Nick Spencer review The Fourth Revolution by John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge
David MacIlroy reviews Working Faith: Faith-Based Organizations and Urban Social Justice
Ben Ryan reviews new book published by the Lawyers' Christian Fellowship
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Nick Spencer reviews a perceptive critique of neo-liberal economics.
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Nick Spencer reviews Ruling the Void: The Hollowing out of Western Democracy by Peter Mair
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Terry Eagleton - Culture and the Death of God
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