Articles by Edward Skidelsky
When Christianity in England reformulated itself in the 18th century as a scientific hypothesis, it became vulnerable to scientific refutation. A tepid faith engendered a tepid doubt. But science and...
An extraordinary political salon has been created in Moscow by a woman who trusts intuition
The Canongate Bible books are the reductio ad absurdum of protestantism. Do we really care whether Fay Weldon likes St Paul?
The end of the Soviet Union has released a flood of new histories of Russia and communism. Edward Skidelsky recommends two-one describes the tragedy of an idea, the other of a people