John Gray should attack his ideas, not his character.
From the Inquisition to Isis, religion is blamed for brutality. But violence is a secular creed too.
Religious illiteracy leads to an anxiety about the role of religion in the public sphere: from fear of terrorism to fear of exclusion and fear of litigation.
Cristina Odone confuses a loss of advantage with an act of oppression. This is the shock of those who are losing their divine right to dominate.
The Home Office has granted asylum to a man in fear of his life because he no longer believes in God and wishes to live his life without publicly practising Islam. How many others are there who will need protection because of their lack of religious faith
In this provocative challenge to the left, the former <i>New Statesman</i> deputy editor Cristina Odone argues that liberalism has become the new orthodoxy – and there is no room for religious believers to dissent.
Increasingly, Richard Dawkins' public output resembles that of a man desperately grasping for attention and relevance in a maturing community.
Liam McLaughlin speaks to members of the London Black Atheists group about the consequences of their decision to turn their backs on religion.
The atheist community is right to pursue rational, civilised debate, and should be able to do so without being tarred as bigots.
Why do religious stories continue to mean so much to so many of us, even to the self-described “new, new atheists”?