Nick Spencer cuts through the complexities of religion and law to give a clear and judicious overview of what is at stake.
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Nick Spencer reviews Ruling the Void: The Hollowing out of Western Democracy by Peter Mair
Nick Spencer reviews an excellent contribution to an ever more lively and complicated debate
Nick Spencer reviews Graham Tomlin's Looking through the Cross.
Terry Eagleton - Culture and the Death of God
Paul Bickley reviews The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Religion and Politics
Nick Spencer reviews five recent books on atheism.
Nick Spencer explores at the spiritual demands of a democratic age, in Arabia and America.
Ben Ryan reviews the new publication from the Liberal Democrat Christian Forum
Chris Oldfield reviews Revd Professor David Wilkinson's latest book
Paul Bickley reviews James K.A. Smith's book on worship as formation
Paul Bickley reviews David Graeber's book on what real democracy looks like
Alister McGrath reviews a new book on the age of Billy Graham and John Stott
Review of Death by Civilisation: How to accidentally ruin a perfectly decent society (and how it still might be saved) by James Cary
Keith Ward reviews A.C. Grayling’s new book The God Argument
Nick Spencer reviews a courageous foray into the neo-Darwin wars