As the Keane song goes: ‘Everybody’s changing ...’ Everything changes. At school in the 1960s I studied Scripture. The sign on the door of the room in Goldsmith’s College where I learned about Contemporary Theology and Philosophy, taught by Brian Gates, read ‘Divinity’. As a teacher over the next 50 years I taught, variously, R.I., R.E. and R.S. This year the title of my ITT sessions have changed to ‘Religion and Worldviews’. The two reviews reflect this climate of change. In the first Jonathan Doney presents a strong, timely and useful critique of an important book in which the many voices of the RE world are brought together under the editorship of Mark Chater to share their visions for the future of the subject. In the second review Julie Grove reminds us that, although we face changes and challenges, there are some constants in RE that are worth holding onto.