Commentary with E. David Cook

Dr. E. David Cook, a Fellow of Green College, Oxford and the first Holmes Professor of Faith and Learning at Wheaton College, gives his take on the day's most gripping news.

EU interior ministers failed to reach agreement on Monday about how to handle the refugee crisis. Hungary has built a razor-edged fence. Austria... More

Jeremy Corbyn has picked his team to form the new shadow cabinet. Team picking seems to be in the air. More

Pope Francis has made radical changes to the Catholic marriage annulment process. Legal and ecclesiastical annulment means that what the couple... More

Lord Carey, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, said this weekend that ’there has been too much Muslim mass immigration’. He argues that we... More

They bussed, trained and even walked. They had fled Syria, Iraq, Africa and the Middle East and made it as far as Budapest. More

Kim Davis is a county clerk in Kentucky. She usually spends her time in recording driving and vehicle licences. Today she is in jail for refusing... More

Over 2000 migrants are camped outside Budapest’s main rail station waiting to board trains for Germany and other European countries.  More

Pope Francis has made it easier to seek forgiveness for abortion. In the coming year of jubilee, women and doctors can find forgiveness for seeking... More

No downpours could dampen the enthusiasm of the revellers at the Notting Hill Carnival these past two days. More

No one is surprised to learn that Frederick Forsyth was a British spy. When you read his novels, you see that wonderful blend of fiction and... More