Books

When Christianity began, belief in the end times was common, says Stav Sherez

Mary could be the key to the New Evangelisation, says Michael Duggan

Scientists and believers are having an ever more fruitful dialogue, says Alister McGrath

Tim Dowley has managed to fit the entire history of Christian music into just 300 pages

The early modern Puritans belonged to a world, and a worldview, that we find hard to grasp, says Jonathan Wright

The shrine church of St Edward became a mausoleum for secular saints and was filled with incongruous artworks

Simon Caldwell on a fruitful search for hidden meanings