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Letter to a Christian Nation: A Challenge to Faith, by Sam Harris, and Faith and the Presidency: From George Washington to George W. Bush, by Gary Scott Smith, are reviewed by William Countryman.
Quantum Physics and Theology: An Unexpected Kinship, by John Polkinghorne, is reviewed by David Atkinson.
The Roman Catholic Church: An illustrated History, by Edward Norman, is reviewed by Sheridan Gilley.
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The Right Reverend Maurice Wood: 'Bishop of Norwich who was outspoken in his conservatism and was an ally of the US evangelist Billy Graham'. Obituary in The Times (London)
Week of 24 June 2007
The Hidden Tradition of the Kingdom of God, by Margaret Barker, is reviewed by Stephen Smalley. 'In this brilliant handling of the secret Kingdom-Temple traditions, Dr Barker challenges every reader of the New Testament to look afresh at a familiar biblical theme.'
Solomon’s Temple: Myth and History, by William J. Hamblin and David Rolph Seely, is also reviewed by Stephen Smalley. 'Here is a lively and accessible ac-count of the Temple motif, sup-ported by superb and endlessly informative illustrations, and providing maps, a glossary, time line, select bibliography, and index.'
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The Primates have forced my move to the right: Giles Fraser explains himself in the Church Times.
Seeking the face of God: In Face to Faith, Christopher Howse writes on the problem of names and knowing.
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