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Top ten religious books

Church Times top ten religious books

A fully formed woman of letters

Peggy Woodford enjoys a thrilling ride in The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

Wanderings of an ever-curious Anglophile

John Arnold relishes The Rings of Saturn by W. G. Sebald

How they conquered their fears

THIS book,The Society of Timid Souls,grew out of Polly Morland’s courageous decision to leave her career in broadcasting and become a writer. Books by her on risk and personal development have followed, but it is this volume, with the subtitleHow to be brave, which made her name. Morland...

How they conquered their fears

Richard Lamey explores sources of courage in The Society of Timid Souls by Polly Morland

Everyday life and its opportunities

From the theology of redemption to bishops’ gestures: Jennie Hogan on Blessing by Andrew Davison

A compelling story of transforming grace

Rowan Williams introduces Lila by Marilynne Robinson

Laugh-out-loud parody that has outclassed its victims

John Arnold relishes Cold Comfort Farm by Stella Gibbons

A frank probe of mortal bodies

Robin Gill on Being Mortal by Atul Gawande

A compelling faith beyond appearance

Lucy Winkett enjoys Joanna Jepson’s ‘bracingly honest’ A Lot Like Eve

A compelling faith beyond appearance

Lucy Winkett enjoys the ‘bracingly honest’ A Lot Like Eve by Joanna Jepson

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ALLS. The Revd Anna Alls, Assistant Curate of Brinsley...

Rehabilitating the ‘D’ word

Rehabilitating the ‘D’ word

DISCIPLESHIP, as the title of this book indicates,...

Letters to the Editor

Looking for young people? Check the choir stalls   From...

Resignations and retirements

BAKER. The Revd Dr Jenifer Baker, OLM of St John the...

13th Sunday after Trinity

13th Sunday after Trinity

Proper 16: Isaiah 58.9b-end; Psalm 103.1-8; Hebrews...

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Rehabilitating the ‘D’ word

Rehabilitating the ‘D’ word

‘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

Health-care chaplains are called to represent values from a place of vulnerability and equality, argues Jeremy Pemberton  Read More

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