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The War Cry is Britain's iconic Christian weekly. 

From arts and culture to health and sport, The War Cry is packed with features, comment, reviews, mouth-watering recipes, puzzles and much more...

This week - 23 July 2016

Roald Dahl's classic story of a giant man and a tiny girl has been made into a film of epic proportions in The BFG

In this week's comment, we discuss the discovery of a Philistine cemetery in Ashkelon. 

Paula Hall tells RenéeDavis about the effects of sex and pornography addiction. 

In this week's Bible study, Rosemary Dawson investigates the origins of the English Bible. 

Read editor's choice:

Also this week in the print edition:

  • Oxford church puts faith into ACTion through a programme called Aldates Community Transformation. 

  • Car games can be child's play with our guide to entertaining the family during long journeys.   

  • Drama farms out scare stories in The Living and the Dead.

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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