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This week - 20 August 2016
David Brent is back and has left his colleagues at the office behind to hit the road in search of fame and fortune.
In this week's comment, we discuss Olympic athletes and the controversy that often surrounds them.
The Rev Mohammad Eghtedarian tells how he sought refuge and found a new life in the UK.
In this week's Bible study, Rosemary Dawson investigates the origins of the English Bible.
Read editor's choice:
- Out of office
- A monumental Games
- From an Iranian prison to priesthood
- Henry sees the other side of the coin
Also this week in the print edition:
Yana Johnson tells The War Cry about starting a cosmetics line and Christian ministry events.
In our art page, we look at various techniuqes used to record motion.
We take a look at Well Dressings taking place in the Peak District.
Plus more news, views, media, recipes, puzzles and cartoons, all in this issue of Britain's most popular religious weekly, fighting for hearts and souls.
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