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What can dreams tell us?

Anne Holmes queries letting the clergy loose on them

Conversations for change

Stephen Lowe praises help in promoting a renewal agenda locally

Relationships in parallel

Fiona Hook reads a parallel tale of two kinds of lovers

Spiritual duty to refuel

Spiritual duty to refuel

Sue Atkinson considers counsel of various kinds

Only connect

Only connect

Jeremy Crossley finds this study of the Song of Songs sure-footed

Short notice

T. S. ELIOT, Phyllis Tickle, Thomas Merton, and Dorothy Day are among the well-known writers included in All Shall Be Well: Readings for Lent and Easter, edited by Michael Leach, James Keane, and Doris Goodenough

Places of retreat and romance

Places of retreat and romance

In a monastery garden: the Trie Cloister, which has “period-correct” taxa but, for the Middle Ages, an anachronistic profusion, at the Cloisters Museum and Gardens in New York

'The most complete academic collegiate church to survive in Scotland'

King’s College Chapel, Aberdeen (1500-c.1522), is called “a fascinating blending of ideas”, with a uniquely important set of medieval furnishings, in Aberdeenshire: South and Aberdeen, by Joseph Sharples, David W. Walker, and

Hope and help for the pressurised

Hope and help for the pressurised

Jennie Hogan on relief from stress and anxiety

Going about doing good in Prishtina

Going about doing good in Prishtina

Things snowballed for a questioning visitor, says Caroline Bowder

Stored in the cloud

Stored in the cloud

Adam Ford reflects on faith and the brain

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Immortal, invisible: the doctrine of God

David Bentley Hart tackles the limitations of language in defining the infinite and indefinable  Subscribe to read more

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Bloxham Festival (S Wells)

Sam Wells's book Learning to Dream Again explores what true wisdom might look like for Christians today.

At the Bloxham Festival hear the author in conversation with John Pritchard, the former Bishop of Oxford.

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