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Broken, Apologetics and Faith in the Media

by Rosie Dawson

29/03/2018 08:18

Rosie Dawson reflects on Christian apologetics in the media as she considers a recent publication by Elaine Graham. The brilliant Jimmy McGovern drama Broken was yesterday shortlisted for the Radio Times Reader award in collaboration with the Sandford St Martin Trust, which recognises and celebrates the best programming about faith, belief and ethics. Sean Bean plays Father Michael Kerrigan, […]

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Finding Hope in a Post-Brexit Future?

by Chris Baker

08/03/2018 13:19

Professor Chris Baker reviews Justin Welby’s new book, Reimagining Britain: Foundations for Hope. Today sees the publication of Archbishop Justin Welby’s much anticipated contribution to the post-Brexit debate. In it, he calls the country to take this historic moment, long in the making but brutal in its sudden execution, to radically reimagine the sort of […]

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Beyond the Veil of Modest Fashion

by Yasmin Khatun Dewan

06/03/2018 11:37

As we reach the end of Fashion Month, William Temple Scholar Yasmin Khatun Dewan considers religious observance and the phenomenon of ‘modest fashion.’ We’ve just reached the end of Fashion Month, the time of the year when the world’s biggest designers showcase their collections in the four major fashion capitals – setting trends for the seasons to […]

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