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Quiet voice in wood

Chapel Flowers, 1990, an etching from The Way I See It: Wood engravings and etchings by Peter S. Smith, introduced by Calvin Seerveld, is the first volume in the Visibilia series (Piquant Editions, £20; 978-1-903689-20-2). The introduction makes explicit the link between this Kingston-based artist’s work with his Christian faith

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Rehabilitating the ‘D’ word

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‘Discipleship’ has been much maligned of late. In a new book, Rowan Williams explains why it’s important, and what it involves  Subscribe to read more

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Embodying love and hope

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