Here and There: Paul, Williams, Beard, Wright, Fish and other luminaries

A new collection of essays on Paul, Philosophy and the Theopolitical Vision

Rowan Williams reviews Phillip Pullman's, The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ

Mary Beard on why government view of academic 'good practice' in relation to research supervision often gets in the way of good practice.

Michael Gorman asks (and answers) the question: why are 1100 people going to a conference about N. T. Wright who, for the record, I am proud to have as my doktorvater?

Stanley Fish on Jürgen Habermas' (far from adequate) turn to religion.