Russell Sandberg on Religion, Law and Society

Cambridge University Press has just published Religion, Law and Society by our friend and colleague Russell Sandberg, Senior Lecturer in Law at Cardiff University where he researches at the Centre for Law and Religion, increasingly in the area where law, religion and sociology intersect. In what follows he reflects on an unexpected problem for authors: what on earth do you put on the cover of a book about law and religion? (We had a similar problem finding a gravatar for the blog: in the end, we stuck to L&RUK.)


The Time of Angels

It is strange how sayings often cancel each other out. It is often exclaimed that ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’. Yet we are also warned ‘not to judge a book by its cover’. Continue reading