The last chapters of “A Brutal Unity” press further into “the spiritual politics of the Christian Church.”
Essays & Reviews
George Macleod wrote that Iona is “a thin place where only tissue paper separates the material from the spiritual.”
All Saints & All Souls: Here are prophets and presbyters, grandmothers and children untimely lost, maidens and archbishops.
Patrick Hayes: “For average Sierra Leoneans, the timing of the Ebola crisis could not be worse.”
Being a Hunter and a Christian Clergyman • By Will Brown
“Being Christian” by Rowan Williams gives readers a clear understanding of Christian life.
Rescuing Breadth and Diversity in England • By Colin Podmore
Douthat: The pope wants to “rethink issues where Catholic teaching is in clear tension with Western social life.”
Rowan Williams: The death of Stephen Sykes has deprived the Anglican family of an unusually resourceful and penetrating theologian.
John Martin: The late Robert Runcie informs the hero of a TV murder mystery.