A. J. Nickerson draws on 1930s poetry to illustrate contemporary spirituality's tension between the assumptions of secularity and the impulses towards extraordinary forms of experience.
Philip Pullman, author of His Dark Materials, is well known for his antipathy towards religion. Yet his atheism has a distinctively Christian flavour.
As Christians, our approach to church buildings speaks volumes about our engagement with the world and those around us.
Sport is a distillation of the God-given impulse to play. It is experienced within a microcosm of self-imposed rules, which points beyond itself to a grander reality.
The poet T. S. Eliot offers us a way of experiencing and interpreting the interplay of our personal and social worlds: ‘Understanding begins in the sensibility’.
Margaret Atwood is one of the most important and influential writers alive today.
‘Two guys go into the temple. One says to God…’ Humour, Scripture, and Christian discourse by James and Kate Williams
Music, worship and the church by Christopher Hayward