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James Orr is University Lecturer in Philosophy of Religion at the University of Cambridge and author of The Mind of God: Laws and Powers in Naturalism, Platonism, and Classical Theism (Peeters, 2019)
The conservative debate over nationhood is one of the most consequential in years
The admirer of Christ who never quite became a follower
James Orr reviews Tom Holland’s Dominion: The Making of the Western Mind
Why aren’t Tory Police and Crime Commissioners reining in hate hoaxes?
A foolish figure of speech was enough to incur the hateful wrath of the politically correct mob
Half a century on, the song remains an an eternally affecting evocation of the need for solidarity and comfort
The national media has turned a blind eye to Ulster republican delinquency
Should former prime ministers gently fade away?
What is the Dolan case and should the government be worried?
Tories reject unconscious bias training, BBC show critical race lecture, and Colston falls (again)
After the Miracle at the Vistula, a Miracle at the Oder?
Listing misogyny as a hate crime could have grave implications for freedom of speech
Why face masks are a form of dehumanisation