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October 10, 2019
John Henry Newman was born in London at 80 Old Bond Street on February 21, 1801. His father, John Newman, was a private banker in the City of London, the son of a Mayfair grocer, originally of Cambridgeshire. His mother, Jemima (née Fourdrinier), was the daughter of a printer of Norman Huguenot stock, whose family
January 18, 2018
Where We Are by Roger Scruton, Bloomsbury, 237pp, £16.99 In his overview of where Britain finds itself in the wake of the Brexit vote, Roger Scruton sets out to answer what will unify the country, “as a single people subject to a single law”, now that it has disenthralled itself from the European Union. Consequently,
June 09, 2016
Why the Resurrection Matters by Carl Olson Ignatius Press, £10.70 “Good Friday,” the poet WH Auden once said, “is easy to accept: what scandalises us is Easter. Modern man finds a happy ending, a final victory of Love over the Prince of this World very hard to swallow.” In his new book, subtitled Did Jesus
June 09, 2016
Book review: Why the Resurrection Matters by Carl Olson
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