Arts & Books

On the 400th anniversary of his death, we should celebrate the Christian understanding of our national poet

Book review: The Knights of Malta by H J A Sire, Third Millennium, £35

The Brand New Testament swings from absurdist comedy to elegiac reflection on mortality

The Industries of the Future: By Alec Ross, Simon and Schuster, £20

Pablo Larrain’s latest film about a group of disgraced priests refuses to offer easy answers

Risen offers a fresh look at an era studded with casual cruelties and beset by intrigue

Review: Small Town Talk by Barney Hoskyns, Faber and Faber, £20

Review: Edmund Campion by Gerard Kilroy, Ashgate, £80

Many patients cannot find peace until they have become reconciled with those they love

Bone Tomahawk, starring Kurt Russell, is a genre-bending Western that doesn’t deserve to be overlooked