Secularism: Contemporary Pleas for Complexity

by Chris Lynch Over the last few months, several thoughtful and conceptually rigorous books have been released exploring the topic of secularism. Two that stand out for their critical acclaim but also for their scholarly style are: Andrew Copson’s Secularism; and Debating Religious Liberty and Discrimination (a point-counterpoint text written by philosophers John Corvino, Ryan […]

The Most Good You Can Do – Peter Singer

Review by Stephanie Redfern Jones Peter Singer The Most Good You Can Do: How Effective Altruism is Changing Ideas about Living Ethically. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2015.  Peter Singer, author of Practical Ethics and Animal Liberation has long been known for his philosophical rigour, in that, when he posits an argument he rigorously follows […]

Systematic Theology: v.1: The Doctrine of God – Katherine Sonderegger

Review by The Very Revd Dr Frances Ward, Dean of St Edmundsbury Katherine Sonderegger Systematic Theology: Volume 1: The Doctrine of God Fortress Press, Minneapolis 2015 The first part of Sonderegger’s Systematic Theology takes us to the heart of God with exhilarating style and energy. Her text commands attention as she conveys her excitement – […]