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Religion

Ray Gaston, A Heart Broken Open: Radical Faith in an Age of Fear

(Wild Goose Publications, 2010; ISBN 978-1-905-010-61-5; 202pp; £13.50)

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Tripp York, 'Living on Hope While Living in Babylon: The Christian Anarchists of the 20th Century'

Lutterworth, 2009; ISBN 978-0718892029; 119pp; £19.50

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Laurie Lebo, 'The Devil in Dover: A Journalist's Story of Dogma v. Darwin in Small-town America' and Philip Kitcher, 'Living with Darwin: Evolution, Darwin and the Future of Faith'

The Devil in Dover: A Journalist's Story of Dogma v. Darwin in Small-town America, New Press, 2008; ISBN 978-1595582089; 256pp; £18.99. Living with Darwin: Evolution, Darwin and the Future of Faith, OUP, 2007; ISBN 978-0195314441; 208pp; £11.99

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Roll over Bayeaux

The idea began at the Friends Meeting House in Taunton in 1981. 11-year-old Jonathan Stocks felt that the room where they held the children’s meeting needed cheering up.

Christian peacemakers

Braving adverse weather conditions, more than 370 Christians gathered in Swanwick, Derbyshire for the annual National Network of Justice and Peace conference, “Called to be Peacemakers - Who Me?” <

I am become DEFRA...

On 26 July, Shambo, a temple bull from Skanda Vale Hindu community near Carmarthen, was taken for slaughter by the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), after testing posi

My day of pilgrimage

All morning my mind was flowing with thoughts about the Westminster Interfaith Pilgrimage my parents had told me about. Thoughts such as; `What will I learn out of it?

The threat of heaven

The white poppy and red poppy debate continues here in Stroud but it's pointed me in an unexpected direction.

Publications' public funding, contentious consumption, and Catholic chutzpah

Once upon a time there were far more political bookshops around the country than the handful left today, including several right in the heart of central London's bookselling zone around Cha