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This week - 21 May 2016
Controversial decisions. Joy. Disappointment. Relief. Even before fans have passed through the turnstiles for the FA Cup and Scottish Cup finals.
In this week's comment, we look at what people think about church sermons.
The Rev Dr Andrew Davison talks to Nigel Bovey and theology and natural sciences.
In this week's Bible study, Rosemary Dawson considers everyday ideas that go way back to the 66 books of the Bible.
Read editor's choice:
Also this week in the print edition:
Rita Balogun tells Renée Davis about running two salons, starring as a talk-show presenter and pursuing an acting career.
In our art page, Rodney Kingston looks to the sky and provides a project idea for capturing it on canvas.
It doesn't have to be the end in the latest X-men superheroes film, X-men Apocalypse.
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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