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Reviews

The spirit of the game

John Saxbee learns that sport is a holy obligation

For a closer walk

For a closer walk

Walking with God through Pain and Suffering by Timothy Keller 

Not only for the eight-o’clockers

Not only for the eight-o’clockers

The Canterbury Companion to the BCP Gospels by Raymond Chapman 

Before the ending of the day

Before the ending of the day

Prayer as Night Falls: Experiencing compline by Kenneth V. Peterson 

A sacrificial priesthood

A sacrificial priesthood

Managing Clergy Lives: Obedience, sacrifice, intimacy by Nigel Peyton and Caroline Gatrell

Marvelling at life rather than destroying it

Marvelling at life rather than destroying it

Including Ask the Beasts: Darwin and the God of love by Elizabeth A. Johnson 

This society’s hidden crosses

On the Edge by Hilary Elfick and David Head 

Open-minded faith

Christianity: An explorer's guide by Marcus Braybrooke

Notice board: New Testament

Including A Commentary on Acts by Yon Gyong Kwon

Photo: Grant them rest

Photo: Grant them rest

Grant them rest: the lych gate (1900) of the Brookwood Cemetery enclosure for St Alban's, Holborn 

Gay wedding sets things buzzing

Gay wedding sets things buzzing

Press: WELL done, Jonathan Petre, who got the first clergy gay marriage in the Mail on Sunday, and managed to have it plunge the Church into a fresh crisis in his very first sentence.

Poor and struggling

Television: IF PASSIONTIDE is all about being at the mercy of others, then last Thursday was a good time for Panorama to screen Don't Cap My Benefits (BBC1). A film crew followed the fortunes of families in Brent, as the Government's new benefits policy begins to bite.

Turbulent priest

Radio: "I'M NOT going to die, even if they kill me." And, so far, the words of Giovannino Guareschi have proved true, at least to devotees of his most celebrated creation, Don Camillo.

Week ahead

Our pick of the best television and radio

Master of detail and architecture

Master of detail and architecture

Nicholas Cranfield sees the National Gallery's big Veronese show

New titles just published

Including Reality, Grief, Hope: Three urgent prophetic tasks by Walter Brueggemann 

Leeds makes a strong case for Somervell

Roderic Dunnett lauds a widely neglected work from 1914

A Christus sung by 30 girls

Charles Stewart hears MacMillan's St Luke Passion in Amsterdam

Messy means inclusive

Messy means inclusive

Messy Church Theology: Exploring the significance of Messy Church for the wider church - George Lings, editor 

Pledges yet to be fulfilled

Pledges yet to be fulfilled

Inherit the Earth? Millennium Development Goals - so near and yet so far by Barbara Butler 

Faith has doubt built into it

Faith has doubt built into it

The Book of Job: A biography by Mark Larrimore 

Thu 17 Apr 14 @ 17:35
RT @barbararoutley“@RicStott: And finished... http://t.co/DTfRJmYKz9”. @churchtimes

Thu 17 Apr 14 @ 16:11
Our interview with @nickbaines about the new diocese that will come into being in Yorkshire on Sunday http://t.co/AzZkU3Rzws