In this leaf from a fifteenth century codex in the library of the Real Colegiata de San Isisdoro in Leon, the Risen Christ presents to His Father the instruments of the passion and shows his wounds. The subject is unique to Spanish iconography. Most examples are to be found in manuscript illuminations.
Geoffrey Kirk wonders if there was any point to the Texas statement
Introducing the Review of Clergy Terms of Service: Part Two
A member of Reform finds hope in the recent discussions with FiF
We must recognize the lack of symmetry in the current debate
From Anglo-Saxon elopement to royal re-marriage
What might be real cost to the 'code of practice' solution?
I don't wish to know that!
Age of the Adjective
by Chris Idle
A recent church survey may not be what it claims
Finding joy and faithfulness in despondency
by Geoffrey Kirk
Anne Gardom on Caravaggio – an artist of darkness and light
to be Wise?
Patrick Henry Reardon on fidelity to Scripture
Alan Edwards shares a dream and hopes for the future
John Richardson takes another look at C.S. Lewis's wartime lectures
Margaret Laird offers a laywoman's thoughts from the gallery of Church House
of our Fathers
This was the word of the Lord? by Arthur Middleton
Way We Live Now
Offering a helping hand to the liberal agenda
Gerry O'Brien gives a clear outline of the women bishps running order
Theone who slipped through by Auburn Traycik
Letters from Australia
John Twisleton gives us a run-through on readily available Christian apologetic
George Austin on Warriors and shepherds: David Hope's retirement as Archbishop
New Directions Directory
Update on the Bishop John Richards Memorial Appeal
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