William Friedkin has reached the same conclusion as the late exorcist Fr Gabriele Amorth
This stunning first novel about the ‘Michelangelo of Suffolk’ brings the 19th century vividly to life
Queen Victoria would have approved of the Prince’s defending the faith – up to a point
The BBC’s documentary about the Christian apologist proved short-sighted at times
Buildings can decay, religious communities die but each generation invariably throws up new holy people who run with the torch of the Christian faith
Michael Philpott did evil things because of the benefits system, says AN Wilson. That’s surely a perfect example of the folly of moral relativism.
Without the welfare state, he says, Philpott would have been ‘decently employed’. Maybe it’s more likely he would still have been a criminal?
AN Wilson’s first novel for five years is a major event