The last true intellectual of antiquity
A Westminster lecture
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?