'Religious Books' returned 276 result(s)

Ex-Slits guitarist Viv Albertine's autobiography 'To Throw Away Unopened' is a beguiling exercise in family exposure.

Military historian Antony Beevor's sometimes angry account of the ill-planned 1944 Battle of Arnhem.

An uncompromising critique of the Francis papacy that misses its essence.

Michael Arditti's novel Of Men and Angels was inspired by the story of Lot and the destruction of Sodom (Genesis 18-19).

An incurable romantic's travels in Pakistan to capture all the mad, bewitching, beloved parts of the country before they disappeared.

A dry and listless analysis of the student radicalism of 1968

Oliver Hilmes’ pen portrait of Berlin in 1936 immerses the reader in a city still resistant to totalitarian control.

Count thou my unbeliefs: John Gray's anatomy of atheism

26 April 2018 | by Richard Holloway
John Gray's Seven Types of Atheism is an admirably lucid tour of the many surrogates for religious belief

Lara Feigel reassessed her own life and marriage as worked on this new biography of Doris Lessing

While Tablet readers may find it reasonably familiar, this world of sin, Heaven and hell must surely be alien to many contemporary fiction fans, but Harvey’s imagination, and her empathy for medieval Oakham, make this a convincing tale.


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