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'Under the dictatorship of relativism, culture has often been debased to mean almost anything'
New poetry by Sarah Skwire
Writing and Rewriting the Bible in the Time of Jesus
Both Christians and Jews can learn from the reconstruction of the process by which unified scriptures emerged from diversity
Calling All Christians: Prepare For Exile
The Church need not adopt the latest secular values in order to bring the Gospel to bear on contemporary culture
The Church of England
ONLINE ONLY: Lang’s Misunderstood Life
Robert Beaken's new biography of Cosmo Lang reveals an Archbishop who, in times of war and crisis, put public good before private gain
S J D Green
A Nation of Heretics
Religious belief is on the rise in the US but not of the traditional sort. Rather, a self-serving, navel-gazing, pseudo-Christianity has taken hold
Two new works on the history of Mormonism by Paul C. Gutjahr and John G. Turner elucidate an element of 19th century American life too easily neglected
From Jesus Sect to Imperial Faith
Two new works by Geza Vermes and Peter Brown eloquently and enthusiastically chart the progress of Christianity from Jesus Christ to the height of the Byzantine empire
The Catholic Church
The philosophical basis to Hebrew scripture solves the false dichotomy of faith and reason, according to Yoram Hazony's new book
'We should respect the rights of those with religious convictions so long as those beliefs do not conflict with the rights of others'
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above