America’s evangelical right has chosen Donald Trump, who hardly even pays lip service to having faith.
Paradoxes are part of everyday life.
Nearly half of Britons do not belong to a religion and just a third believe faith has a positive role to play in their lives.
David Cameron says Christians around the world suffer the most persecution for their religion. Is he right?
Jessie Childs's God’s Traitors: Terror and Faith in Elizabethan England is a detailed and absorbing account of the difficulties of being Catholic in England in the 17th century.
It’s one of the broadcaster’s flagship religious programmes, yet it makes religious people look unfairly crazy.
The subject still awaits its defining cinematic treatment.
In this provocative challenge to the left, the former New Statesman deputy editor Cristina Odone argues that liberalism has become the new orthodoxy – and there is no room for religious believers to dissent.
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