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Reviews

Studying the menu and the waiters

Studying the menu and the waiters

Robert Nowell reviews two books on Rome

Full steam ahead for heaven

Full steam ahead for heaven

Geoffrey Rowell looks at the C of E's part in mission and Empire

Social sciences shed more light than this

David Martin finds a study of religions wanting on research

Northern grace and grandeur

Northern grace and grandeur

John Arnold finds this Durham Cathedral tribute a worthy one

Life before, during, and after Kelham

Life before, during, and after Kelham

Towards a New Day: A monk's story Ralph Martin DLT £16.99 (978-0-232-53163-3) Church Times Bookshop £15.30 BY A pillar in St John the Divine, Kennington, in south London, there is a large crucifix flanked by lifesize figures which once stood on a red-brick rood arch in...

Good for us, but not easy

This book is realistic about forgiveness, says Jennie Hogan

New titles just published

Including The Trinity: How not to be a heretic by Stephen Bullivant 

Mourning a Stuart ‘Absalom’

Roderic Dunnett hears plangent voices and viols in Colchester

Reclusive life is made a mass

Reclusive life is made a mass

Garry Humphreys on a missa brevis for the St Albans celebrations

Control and combat

Stephen Brown sees two new films on release in cinemas

Wiser after resisting the allure of abandonment

Wiser after resisting the allure of abandonment

Roderic Dunnett sees Król Roger at the Royal Opera House

A slice of discrimination

A slice of discrimination

Andrew Brown considers reporting of the gay marriage cake case

Evening classes

Gillean Craig finds a brilliant retelling of "the eternal theme of the pity of war"

Musing out loud

"MOVE over, Kirsty. Desert islands are for wimps" 

Week ahead

22 May 2015: Our pick of the best television and radio for the coming week

Answers in the book

Answers in the book

Anthony Harvey on  applying the Bible to current questions

Foxes have dens

Foxes have dens

A drawing by Catharine Heron from her book Discovering God: A collection of illustrated meditations on the personality of God 

Bubbling away about the historical Jesus

Bubbling away about the historical Jesus

Henry Wansbrough is puzzled by an  author who seems to be out to shock

Mayhem in Essex

Fiona Hook  reads a tightly plotted detective story

Certainty that was hard won

Certainty that was hard won

Paul Avis on a bishop   whose wrestling with doubt helped others

Brains and bricks

Brains and bricks

Michael Wheeler on  the universities and a need to impress

Wed 27 May 15 @ 8:06
RT @AcceptingEvanglGreat article in @churchtimes with @traceybyrne1964 - do read if you can "Endgame is near, says LGCM" http://t.co/tuwS87I8ON

Tue 26 May 15 @ 11:48
NEW:Is CofE near "endgame" of divisions over sexuality? We interview @traceybyrne1964 of @LGCM http://t.co/QSwyV6plm9 http://t.co/q0RQtDo9sR