Nick Spencer and Angus Ritchie set out "Why Christians should believe in humanism, and humanists in Christianity"
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Paul Bickley reviews Russell Brand's controversial book, Revolution.
Nick Spencer reviews Rowan Williams' new book The Edge of Words: God and the habits of language
Paul Bickley reviews Owen Jones' 'The Establishment: And how they get away with it'
Nick Spencer reviews Shami Chakrabarti's animated defence of human rights
Paul Bickley reviews 'Honey from the Lion: Christianity in and the Ethics of Nationalism' by Doug Gay
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
Major General Tim Cross reviews 'The Dove, the Fig Leaf and the Sword' by Alan Billings and 'In Defence of War' by Nigel Biggar
Nick Spencer reviews David Marquand's Mammon's Kingdom
Nick Spencer reviews a perceptive critique of neo-liberal economics.
Paul Bickley reviews A Brief Theology of Sport by Lincoln Harvey