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Reviews

When coercion is not an option

When coercion is not an option

A Polity of Persuasion: Gift and grief of Anglicanism by Jeffrey W. Driver 

Time to travel beyond Narnia

Time to travel beyond Narnia

Deep Magic, Dragons, and Talking Mice: How reading C. S. Lewis can change your life by Alister McGrath 

One more step along the road

One more step along the road

In Search of Deep Faith: A pilgrimage into the beauty, goodness and heart of Christianity by Jim Belcher 

Expressing the beauty of God

Expressing the beauty of God

Seeing Beauty and Saying Beautifully by John Piper 

Pray first, theologise later

Pray first, theologise later

Including Reflections - Dougall A. S. Smith, editor 

Continent and its Charismatics

Continent and its Charismatics

The Rebirth of Latin American Christianity by Todd Hartch

Reason mingled with magic

Reason mingled with magic

The Dark Side of the Enlightenment: Wizards, alchemists, and spiritual seekers in the Age of Reason by John V. Fleming 

Forward into battle

And I Shall Be Healed by Julia Lee Dean 

You can’t hurry love

You can’t hurry love

After Me Comes The Flood by Sarah Perry 

Notice board: Fiction

Including One Devil to Another by Richard Platt

Photo: Mother mild

Photo: Mother mild

from Women of the Bible by Margaret McAllister

Photo: Visiting royalty

Photo: Visiting royalty

From The Magi: Legend, art and cult, edited by Moritz Woelk

Short notices

Ramanuja and Schleiermacher by Paul Syndor

New titles just published

Including The Spirit of Grace (Christian Belief for Everyone series, Book 4) by Alister McGrath

A taste for portraits

A taste for portraits

Nicholas Cranfield sees a legal firm's collection

How they went Ungrudgingly

Roderic Dunnett hears a little-known choral work by Gerald Finzi

Across sea and wilderness

Across sea and wilderness

Stephen Brown sees two current releases: the new Moses epic, and a Western

The Times in praise of torture

The Times in praise of torture

Press: I DO NOT understand why Melanie Phillips is still permitted to appear on The Moral Maze. Her defence of torture in The Times on Monday is not only disgusting in itself, but revolves around one very simple message: "It's different when we do it."

Where's the challenge?

Where

Television: HEARTWARMING, uplifting, religious - but essentially a safe bet. BBC2 offers us another fly-on-the-wall documentary series about the life of one of our great cathedrals: Canterbury Cathedral 

In the crowd, all alone

Radio: MORE than four million people will spend this Christmas alone. Statistics of this kind are a seasonal ritual; but Professor Christina Victor told us on Woman's Hour (Radio 4) last Friday that Christmas was not the worst time of the year for people who feel lonely

Fortnight ahead

Fortnight ahead

TV and radio highlights for the next two weeks

Sat 20 Dec 14 @ 17:32
RT @StevenSaxbyThat's it: household chores done, I am off to @BrodiesBeers pub with bumper edition of @churchtimes !

Fri 19 Dec 14 @ 19:00
Pakistani Taliban condemned for Peshawar school massacre http://t.co/YN0ofY7Rlf