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Burying the hatchet, in Tim’s back

Burying the hatchet, in Tim’s back

Andrew Brown considers a "curious hit-job on Tim Farron for being an Evangelical"

Missing the drama of the Synod

Missing the drama of the Synod

Andrew Brown praises a piece in The Guardian about a deradicalisation programme that might be effective

‘Queerly beloved’: a sea-change

‘Queerly beloved’: a sea-change

Andrew Brown reviews a feature about the Church and sexuality by Cole Moreton

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

The smell of burning paper

The smell of burning paper

Andrew Brown is full of praise for Tim Stanley's piece on the Pope's encyclical in the Telegraph

‘You can trust the Daily Express’

‘You can trust the Daily Express’

Andrew Brown reviews Damian Thompson's Spectator piece on the future of Christianity in England

Scorn, an overrated commodity

Scorn, an overrated commodity

Andrew Brown spots signs that the Left is beginning to miss Christianity, at least in this country

The mother of all headlines

The mother of all headlines

Andrew Brown finds it's "always a pleasure to watch Damian Thompson wrestling with his conscience"

Trouble in Dublin, and California

Trouble in Dublin, and California

Andrew Brown reviews coverage of the Irish gay-marriage referendum 

A slice of discrimination

A slice of discrimination

Andrew Brown considers reporting of the gay marriage cake case

Probably not The Sun wot won it

Probably not The Sun wot won it

Andrew Brown suggests that newspapers can, on the whole, only tell people the lies they already want to believe.

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Meet face to face to take action

Religiously motivated violence can be countered by relationships, argues Justin Welby  Read More

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Tue 28 Jul 15 @ 16:14
Professor John Hull has died http://t.co/DX3NTa8x3e