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The Archbishop's Lent Book for 2017, written by the Archbishop himself, Justin Welby, is reviewed by Nick Spencer
A review of Makoto Fujimura's latest book, an indispensable guide to 'Silence', Shusako Endo's novel and Martin Scorsese's recent film
John Shortt reviews a new book on Christian approaches to teaching and learning in Church schools, by Trevor Cooling
Nick Spencer reviews "Saving the People: How Populists Hijack Religion" edited by Nadia Marzouki, Duncan McDonnell and Olivier Roy
Natan Mladin reviews Rowan Williams' book 'Being Disciples. The Essentials of the Christian Life'
We review Julian Baggini's book on the importance and limits of reason
Nick Spencer reviews The Bible in the Contemporary World by Richard Bauckham
Elizabeth Oldfield reviews Krista Tippett's new book "Becoming Wise".
Toby Hole reviews two big books about one big thinker
Ben Ryan reviews a booklet by Andrew Goddard, aimed at Christians thinking about the EU referendum
Ben Ryan welcomes this attempt to introduce some serious political theology into the EU debate
Nick Spencer and Joseph Ewing sat down with Rupert Shortt, author of God is No Thing, which explores the coherence of the Christian faith.
Religion is a important sub-ploy in Ben Judah's journey through a diverse yet dis-integrated metropolis
Nick Spencer listens to economists talking to theologians and theologians talking to economists. Kind of.
Nick Spencer listens to the spirit of the world's most performed living composer.