Thanks to his leap of faith, this gloomy Dane has been neglected by the intelligentsia

New poetry by Sarah Skwire

A society without faith is like one without art, beauty or grace, and no society without faith can endure for long

A working-class Scottish upbringing taught James Macmillan about music and fatherhood. If only more artists would take up the mantle

How does one fight a “just” war when warfare deranges human morals? And how does this square with one’s faith?

My column in today’s print edition explores the gulf between courts and Church. It was one of the issues that emerged in a discussion I chaired this week. Theos, the think-tank that organised it, have promised a Times podcast.