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