By Nelson Jones - 27 April 15:29
Do faith schools have an unfair advantage in Britain today?
By Nelson Jones - 20 April 10:35
Why is the Vatican cracking down on dissident American nuns?
By Nelson Jones - 16 April 14:26
The Reverend Arun Arora has been appointed head of communications at Church House.
By Nelson Jones - 13 April 11:02
The proposed "ex-gay" bus advert was offensive, but gay Christians face a genuine dilemma.
By Nelson Jones - 10 April 13:32
Demos's analysis suffers from some severe methodological problems.
By Nelson Jones - 03 April 13:25
Is it time to open up Thought For The Day to non-believers?
By Nelson Jones - 22 March 15:05
Should American politicians revisit their assumption that God is necessarily a vote-winner?
By Nelson Jones - 16 March 12:28
The retiring leader of the Anglican communion leaves an ambiguous legacy.
By Nelson Jones - 12 March 12:08
Why the government is opposing the right of two workers to wear crosses at work.
By Nelson Jones - 08 March 12:58
Religion has long been associated with the oppression and denigration of women, yet its appeal to th
By Nelson Jones - 05 March 12:04
Allowing same-sex marriage is equivalent to legalising slavery, claims the head of the Catholic Chur
By Nelson Jones - 01 March 12:43
Both logically and emotionally, the line between abortion and infanticide is less clear-cut than it
By Nelson Jones - 27 February 12:45
On the purpose of this voluntary union, the Book of Common Prayer is correct on one of three counts.
By Nelson Jones - 22 February 12:05
Has "secular" become a dirty word in US politics?
By Nelson Jones - 16 February 12:59
The Queen says the C of E is the defender of pluralism. But Anglican supremacism has always been mor
By Nelson Jones - 14 February 11:28
In complaining about "militant secularisation", Warsi is talking the Catholic leader's language.
By Nelson Jones - 10 February 12:42
The High Court has ruled that local councils can't have prayers on the agenda.
By Nelson Jones - 08 February 15:33
Twenty years after they began ordaining women, Anglicans still haven't taken the final step towards
By Nelson Jones - 07 February 11:44
Evidence suggests that Mitt Romney's religion is less important to voters than it is to reporters.
By Nelson Jones - 02 February 16:10
Catholics are being encouraged to carry a 'faith card'. Could it catch on?
By Nelson Jones - 26 January 18:09
Modern secular culture has no authority with the political or moral clout to impose a single vision.
By Nelson Jones - 23 January 15:40
As parliament sits for its inaugural session, how religious is the new Egyptian democracy?
By Nelson Jones - 17 January 15:37
When it comes to sexuality, the Church of England remains uneasily in the closet.
By Nelson Jones - 12 January 15:09
Did the "Saint of Calcutta" intervene to protect one of the most notorious paedophile priests of rec
By Nelson Jones - 10 January 14:51
Anglicans have good reason to be grateful to Elizabeth II. But will the church-state link be quite s
By Nelson Jones - 05 January 12:45
Assisted suicide should be illegal but tacitly permitted -- not legal under certain rigorously-enfor
By Nelson Jones - 30 December 12:29
Today, the torch of anti-papalism has been passed from Protestants to atheists.
By Nelson Jones - 20 December 16:47
How guilt reinforces the link between religion and positive social action.
By Nelson Jones - 15 December 15:26
The current legal situation around marriage and civil partnership is incoherent.