Arts & Books

Priest and theologian Paul Haffner sets out to refute the assumption that Christianity stands in opposition to scientific discoveries

The latest series of The Apprentice is back and it’s as brilliantly awful as ever

A translation of ‘the first true biography of an African woman’ challenges lazy assumptions about the continent’s culture

Child actor, James Digiacomo, steals the show in Brooklyn, says Will Gore

Scott Hendrix has written a scholarly but vivid portrait of a man living through a spiritual crisis

The new series of Homeland, opened with Carrie Mathison going to Mass

Britain’s most skilled historical storyteller has created another gem

How seriously should we take the French Jesuit as a Christian thinker?

The latest film by celebrated Iranian director Jafar Panahi was one of the highlights of the London Film Festival