Oliver-James Campbell is a freelance journalist, with a BA in religion, philosophy and ethics, and an avid interest in all things theology, philosophy and how they intersect with pop culture
The opening sentence of this book encapsulates a perception that is all too common: “This book is funny. But it is also Christian. These tend not to go together.”
Matthew Byrne’s knowledge of English churches is unmatched. With his own beautiful photographic portraits throughout, he illustrates why the architecture and art of England’s churches is crucial in understanding the history of Christianity in the nation.