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The Bible

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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Social cohesion can defeat terror

Community-building undermines extremism: churches can help here, says Alan Billings  Read More

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Outgoing General Secretary of General Synod says there is nothing inevitable about numerical decline. There needs to be reform and renewal