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The Fourth but not least

The Fourth but not least

Anthony Harvey on themes in John, in the light of a theory of the book’s authorship

 

Expounding signs of sonship  

Expounding signs of sonship
 

John Court considers the healings and other miracles of Jesus

 

Gentle education

Gentle education

Michael Wheeler on a teaching pioneer like Misses Beale and Buss

 

Short notice

IN A substantial volume, Fresh from the Word: A preaching companion for Sundays, holy days and festivals, Years A, B & C, Rosalind Brown reproduces her Sunday’s Readings columns from the Church Times

So, what does this sad world need?

So, what does this sad world need?

David Atkinson looks at a ‘crisis of vocation’

 

Dreams not just for movers and shakers

Dreams not just for movers and shakers

Ann Morisy considers insights into life from the world of coaching

 

Ministering to all comers

Ministering to all comers

An encouraging look at the particular work of cathedrals, says Robert Jeffery

No doubt attributed to this writer

No doubt attributed to this writer

John Court finds this book something of a curate’s egg

About finding the funding

About finding the funding

This book is a missed opportunity, judges Richard Chartres, who is left little wiser

Centuries of design for livings

Centuries of design for livings

Nicholas Orme enjoys a consideration of rectories and vicarages down the ages

Dreaming about love

Dreaming about love

William Scott is moved by these reflections on the Song of Solomon

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‘Let not my love be called idolatry’

‘Let not my love be called idolatry’

Four hundred years after the Shakespeare’s death, Alison Shell charts the course of Bardolatry  Subscribe to read more

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