Paula Fredriksen is Professor of Scripture at Boston University and Distinguished Visiting Professor of Comparative Religion at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In her latest work When Christians Were Jews: The First Generation Fredriksen writes: ‘The Paul of history stands… Read More ›
This portrait shows the king in the Coronation Chair, wearing coronation robes and holding the orb and sceptre. Dating from the 1390s, it is the earliest known portrait of an English monarch. It is on display in the nave. Find… Read More ›
Many Christians ‘forget’ this important fact. This lists former mosques (Arabic: masajid) and Islamic places of worship in Al-Andalus states in the Iberian Peninsula during the Middle Ages. It lists some but by no means all of them. The term… Read More ›
‘I Definitely Wouldn’t Have Supported The Holocaust If I Lived In Nazi Germany,’ Says Woman Who Supports Abortion Today
PORTLAND, OR—Local woman Peyton Hill says she definitely would not have supported the Holocaust if she lived in Nazi Germany during the 1930s and 1940s, thinking herself enlightened by the glorious morality of the current year and not susceptible to… Read More ›
Shakespeare’s film adaptation of the play Richard III Richard – Laurence Olivier (48 years old) Director – Laurence Olivier “Thou troublest me. I’m not in the vein”. That’s getting said at work.
It is tempting to say: America is Rome, Europe is Athens, while Islam is an endlessly troublesome Judea.
We Europeans are in fact in the middle of a difficult argument. We are constantly quarrelling with ourselves over definitions of belonging. We can unite to build an Airbus, but will we really unite around a moral or cultural ideal?… Read More ›