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Reviews

From pre-cradle to pre-grave

From pre-cradle to pre-grave

Including Theology and Issues of Life and Death by John Heywood Thomas; Susan F. Parsons, editor

Lessons from the resuscitated

Lessons from the resuscitated

The Wisdom of Near-Death Experiences: How understanding NDEs can help us live more fully by Penny Sartori 

Visited with great sickness

Visited with great sickness

Medicine and Religion: A historical introduction by Gary B. Ferngren

Not dazzled by biology

Not dazzled by biology

Beyond Human? Science and the changing face of humanity by John Bryant 

Strength for living

Strength for living

Flourishing: Health, disease, and bioethics in theological perspective by Neil Messer 

Towards wholeness

Towards wholeness

Hilda of Whitby: A spirituality for now by Ray Simpson

Doing battle over the Crimea

Doing battle over the Crimea

Mary Seacole: The making of the myth by Lynn McDonald 

Photos: Good Samaritan

Photos: Good Samaritan

Images from South Ulster: The counties of Armagh, Cavan and Monaghan by Kevin V. Mulligan

New titles just published

Including Julian's Gospel: Illuminating the life and Revelations of Julian of Norwich by Veronica Mary Rolf 

Gloucester does it again

Gloucester does it again

GLOUCESTER CATHEDRAL has followed up the success of the exhibition "Crucible", which in 2010 brought to the cathedral 76 contemporary sculptures and helped to attract 136,000 visitors in two months

Plenty of spirituality about

Stephen Brown surveys the 58th London Film Festival

Quiet revolution at the Vatican

Quiet revolution at the Vatican

Press: THE most astonishing Vatican document of the past half-century appeared on Monday - and, of the British dailies, only the Telegraph noticed it

Germany über alles

Radio: FROM Goethe to sausages, Germany: Memories of a nation (Radio 4) is on an epic journey to uncover the history and myths that make up the German psyche

Mobile thrillers

Television: The mobile-phone video was the hinge of the plot in two high-end thrillers launched at the weekend: The Code  (BBC4, Saturday) and Homeland  (Channel 4, Sunday)

Week ahead

17 October 2014: Our pick of the best television and radio for the coming week

Dark the path behind us

Dark the path behind us

The Fields of Blood: Religion and the history of violence by Karen Armstrong 

Out in/of Nigeria

Out in/of Nigeria

Fiyabo: The story of Nigerian Gay Christian Davis Mac-Iyalla by Davis Mac-Iyalla and Daniel Emlyn-Jones 

At the edge of rapture

At the edge of rapture

Martyn Halsall reads  poets of today, and a master translated

Able to do God’s business with Islam

Able to do God’s business with Islam

A Policy of Hope: Kenneth Cragg and Islam by Christopher Lamb 

In the beginning

In the beginning

First Light: A history of creation myths from Gilgamesh to the God Particle by G. R. Evans

Top ten religious books

Participating bookshops: Church House Bookshop, London; and St Denys Bookshop, Manchester

Wed 22 Oct 14 @ 12:05
The Archbishop of York says he is "deeply ashamed" by failure of CofE to protect children https://t.co/4WdTZW1JV3

Wed 22 Oct 14 @ 12:04
An inquiry into allegations of sexual abuse by a former Dean of Manchester has identified "systemic failings" in CofE http://t.co/VuuJ5MG75s