Unless the Church reinstates rigorous college-based training for clerics, it will wither away

Muddle-headed midwit journalists should stop dabbling in armchair theology

The Critic Narrated: Episode Six, with Sarah Ditum and David Scullion

Putting matters theological to a vote might seem odd, but it actually makes sense

Many find theology dusty, but McGrath makes a pitch for it as the centre of our world

C. S. Lewis has been revered as a writer but overlooked as a philosopher

R. J. Rushdoony’s followers have made more plausible than ever before his vision of the American future

Christianity convinced me of its truth, but it scared me too