Guy Stagg

Guy Stagg has worked in politics and as a journalist for the The Daily Telegraph. In 2013 he walked from Canterbury to Jerusalem, and is now writing a book about pilgrimage. 


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A Bloody Affair

Contributor Guy Stagg reviews "Fields of Blood: Religion and the History of Violence" by Karen Armstrong....

A Bloody Affair
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