The piece is an attempt to see the Passion through the eyes of the women who surrounded Jesus, with particular emphasis on Mary Magdalene.
There is a sense that, in recent years, novelists have formed part of a rearguard action in response to Richard Dawkins’s New Atheist consensus. Philip Maughan talks to Marilynne Robinson, Francis Spufford and Rowan Williams about God in literature.
We are in a future that is mostly just like the present. This isn’t the world of The Jetsons: Peter and his wife Bea shop in Tesco, have a cat called Joshua, drive a regular old car and read the Daily Express.
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.
How do we maintain a cohesive society with increasingly few shared beliefs and assumptions?
Demos's analysis suffers from some severe methodological problems.
Far from being repressed, expressions of faith and evidence of religious practice and identity are e
Barrister Andrew Zak Williams puts the Resurrection on trial.
Why the government is opposing the right of two workers to wear crosses at work.