Somewhere beneath all the weird language, Darth Vader and the Three Kings, there is God incarnate.
The recent case of an Orthodox Jewish school that went from Ofsted’s very highest ranking to its lowest within one inspection raises uncomfortable questions.
A new Christian campaign could help change the face of UK energy policy.
Six of our writers share a commandment for modern times. With Jan Morris, Jeanette Winterson, Philip Hoare, Julian Baggini, Mona Siddiqui and Laurie Penny.
If religion had no bearing on school timetables, we would not have Easter and Christmas holidays.
From Donald Trump's comments to my own (truncated) interview with Richard Dawkins, this year I saw just how acceptable the casual denigration of Muslims has become.
Our images of Jesus say more about us as a society than about his historical appearance.
We must start addressing the real issue that has long been glaring at us: attitudes towards women.
Paul and Augustine are blamed for any number of historical outrages. But on questions like slavery and empire, they were more progressive than many credit.
Doubtless Welby’s supporters will find such a description rude to the point of impiousness – but for those of us who live in an uncloistered world, the most significant indicators of his true nature lie first in his appearance.
Something beneath the surface is shifting in the Catholic Church regarding its attitude to gay people, as its Synod on the Family gets underway.
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