26 November 2011
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Francis under fire
One of America’s foremost theologians exposes the fears that underlie the current open challenges to the Pope’s authority / by Richard Gaillardetz
From the edge of eternity
Collating 14 years of columns for a new book, our countryside diarist argues we can only save Creation by learning to love it / by Jonathan Tulloch
A peace that now lies out of reach
A two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian impasse is all but dead, argues a leading Middle East analyst / by David Gardner
The Tablet Interview: Deborah McAndrew
The much-loved former soap star-turned-playwright on why taking on the job of chancellor of a university in Leeds feels like coming home / by Peter Stanford