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Reviews

Vigour in a mythic dark age

Vigour in a mythic dark age

Evangelicalism in the Church of England in the Twentieth Century: Reform, resistance and renewal  - Andrew Atherstone and John Maiden, editors 

Well-forged tale

Well-forged tale

The Donation of Constantine by Simon LeVay

Stott’s ‘Miss Doom’

Stott’s ‘Miss Doom’

John Stott's Right Hand: The untold story of Frances Whitehead by Julia Cameron

God so loved the world

God so loved the world

My Father's Tears: The cross and the father's love by Mark Stibbe

Encouragement in history’s pages

Encouragement in history’s pages

When God Breaks In: Revival can happen again by Michael Green

Fate of a whistler

Fate of a whistler

The Churches of Medieval Exeter by Nicholas Orme

The Amazing Cross

The Amazing Cross

The Amazing Cross: Transforming lives today by Jeremy and Elizabeth McQuoid

Higher priority for the elderly

Higher priority for the elderly

Creative Ideas for Ministry with the Aged by  Sue Pickering

About and about

About and about

The Fish Ladder: A journey upstream by Katharine Norbury 

Vision dear of peace and love

Vision dear of peace and love

The Spiritual City: Theology, spirituality, and the urban by Philip Sheldrake 

Romanesque solidity

Romanesque solidity

Photo from Romanesque Architecture: The first style of the European age by  Eric Fernie

New titles

Including A Little Book of Guidance: What do we mean by "God"? by Keith Ward

Satan’s view of the Passion

Satan’s view of the Passion

Peter Graystone sees Justin Butcher's retelling of Jesus's life

Excellence in Cirencester

Roderic Dunnett hears American works and refined musicianship

Rare revival for Spohr oratorio

Music: THE newly renamed Oxford Harmonic Choir (formerly Society) is one of those satisfying large ensembles that shows both imagination and discernment in presenting works of the 18th or 19th century which have, for whatever cause, dropped out of the repertoire

Not brotherly. Or exclusive

Not brotherly. Or exclusive

Press:  THE TIMES came down hard on the Exclusive Brethren, who had fought a remarkably dirty fight to preserve their charitable status. I am surprised that no other paper picked the story up

Islamic pageant

Television: Muslim Miss World (BBC3, Thursday of last week) was a video diary by the UK entry to the World Muslimah contest, Dina Torkia. It raised more serious questions than I expected

What’s that noise?

Radio: What can it be like to live in a convent of singing nuns and suffer from amusia: a condition that sometimes renders music actively disagreeable? We learned of this unusual case in Giving Up Music for Lent

Week ahead

27 March 2015: Our pick of the best television and radio for the coming week

Thomas and Thomism

Thomas and Thomism

Including Thomas Aquinas: Faith, reason and following Christ by F. C. Bauerschmidt 

Checking out the competition

Checking out the competition

And Then There Were Nuns: Adventures in a cloistered life by Jane Christmas 

Tue 31 Mar 15 @ 15:30
The @MelanesianM has given £11,700 raised by supporters to the Anglican Church in Melanesia following Cyclone Pam hitting Vanuatu.

Tue 31 Mar 15 @ 11:46
There is now a study guide to accompany pre-election letter from the @c_of_e Bishops with Qs for conversation (PDF) https://t.co/Er44Yy68st