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NEWLY translated scriptural commentaries are presented by Ian Christopher Levy, Philip D. W. Krey, and Thomas Ryan in The Letter to the Romans, the second volume in the series The Bible in Medieval Tradition, which seeks to encourage engagement with biblical interpretation in the light of medieval scholarship (Eerdmans, £22.99 (£20.70); 978-0-8028-0976-6).

In The Acts of the Apostles, Michael Mullins, a Roman Catholic priest, presents a ...

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When the Iron Lady met a steely Church

When the Iron Lady met a steely Church

The 1980s brought a remarkable remodelling of the Conservatives and the Church of England, says Eliza Filby  Subscribe to read more

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It’s the theology, stupid

What do we want from our clergy, asks Alister McGrath  Read More

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