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Walking other people’s roads

Walking other people’s roads

Peter Price considers two symposia dealing with world theology

Clues in the correspondence

Clues in the correspondence

John Court assesses a biography of St Paul based on his letters

Penny for her ideas

Penny for her ideas

Maggie Durran on a helpful contribution to renewed and cheerful efforts

Paul's Missionary Methods

Robert Plummer and John Mark Terry edit

Troublesome place

Troublesome place

The foundations of the temple of Artemis, Ephesus, with the basilica of St John in the background

Slow down, you move too fast

Slow down, you move too fast

This author, Hugh Rayment-Pickard   says, regrets today's hectic pace of life

Braving the world of youth

Braving the world of youth

Christian Youth Work in Theory  and Practice: A handbook Sally Nash and Jo Whitehead, editors SCM Press £25 (978-0-334-04643-1) Church Times Bookshop special price £20   Here Be Dragons: Youth work and mission off the map Richard and Lorimer Passmore ...

And if thou wilt, remember

And if thou wilt, remember

Naomi Starkey looks at books about death and bereavement

Top Ten

Headed by Being Christian by Rowan Williams

Professor Tom Wright sets us all right

Professor Tom Wright sets us all right

Andrew Davison finds newness of life is key to a scholar's gospel

New titles just published

Including Not in God's Name: Confronting religious violence by Jonathan Sacks 

Eastern Three Choirs launched

Roderic Dunnett  enjoys an imaginative programme

A fine Samson and Delilah

A fine Samson and Delilah

Roderic Dunnett on a Saint-Saëns revival

Hubbard’s cupboard

Stephen Brown sees a new documentary

Dreamed so about the honeymoon

Dreamed so about the honeymoon

Andrew Brown finds a wonderful example of the sort of journalism that only the internet makes possible

Tribal soap opera

Gillean Craig finds The Tribe exactly like EastEnders. Except real, and altogether more admirable

Doctor’s challenge

Edward Wickham hears a doctor with dementia explain that it is not the end of the world 

Week ahead

3 July 2015: Our pick of the best television and radio for the coming week

Not always sunshine in the village

Not always sunshine in the village

Philip Sidney on Cider with Rosie, a book whose cosy reputation is unjustified, he suggests

Path from No. 10 paved with gold

Path from No. 10 paved with gold

Stephen Fay considers how well Tony Blair has done since 2007

Living a nightmare

Living a nightmare

Inauthenticity has its cost in this novel, says Jennie Hogan

Fri 3 Jul 15 @ 21:18
"Angry and despairing" - are women being sidelined in the Roman Catholic Church? http://t.co/Ta9g31eFa8 http://t.co/mNYTEF6pqY

Fri 3 Jul 15 @ 20:57
'Everyone is full of anxiety and fear' - Clergy in Athens feel the pressure of Greek crisis http://t.co/dlql99puSg