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Reviews

Greg Smith reviews David E. Fitch’s recent book The Church of Us vs. Them, and wonders whether there are lesson we can learn for British politics. Since time immemorial an unavoidable feature of the human condition has been the formation of groups and the possibility of conflict between them. The tribal nature of humanity is […]


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Roger Haydon Mitchell, a political theologian with the Westminster Theological Centre, reviews Anthony Reddie’s new book on theology and Brexit. Whatever now happens as far as Brexit is concerned, it is important to understand how we reached such a divided and traumatic state of affairs in the contemporary experience of life in the UK. Anthony […]


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Associate Research Fellow John Reader reviews ‘#newpower’ by Henry Timms and Jeremy Heimans and wonders how new the exercise of power in the digital age really is. The book’s subtitle—”why outsiders are winning, institutions are failing, and how the rest of us can keep up in the age of mass participation”—sets the agenda. From the […]


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