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March/April 2016
Appreciating an art in its own right.
On Robert Macfarlane.
Hiking as a spiritual practice.
Clerical celibacy in France, 1720-1815.
A generous orthodoxy.
Majid Majidi’s films are love-songs to God.
The Force is real.
Terrible, yes; not pointless.
Assessing an influential revisionist account.
Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley.
The life of Walatta Petros.
The Kingdom of God in East London.
On mass incarceration.
David Mitchell’s pendant to 'The Bone Clocks'.
A long-awaited biography of Charles Williams.
The first full life of Joy Davidman in a generation.
A memorable evening in Santa Barbara.
The formative years of T. S. Eliot.
An escape into reality.
Clothes and the culture wars.
Part 1 in an occasional series.
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