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Lottie Moore reviews Al Barrett’s recent book at the intersection between practical and political theology—and finds much to recommend. Al Barrett’s work opens with a description of the Bromford Passion Play of 2013: a community re-enactment of Jesus’ death and resurrection on his estate in Bromford, home to some of the most deprived people in […]


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David Shaw finds much to admire in this study of Cardinal Cahal Daly and his role in peace-making in Northern Ireland. The number of books covering the violence, politics, and historical dynamics of Northern Ireland from 1968 to 1998 is considerable and continues to grow. It has been approached by authors seeking to understand the […]


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Greg Smith offers a probing review of this edited collection of essays on Brexit from an Anglican perspective. Jonathan Chaplin and Andrew Bradstock have done an excellent job in bringing together a wide range of church leaders, politicians, economists and theologians to present a diversity of perspectives on post Brexit Britain and the place of […]


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