Church of England
By Nelson Jones - 01 February 09:04
It might not look the same as in the US, but the UK still has a strong historic link between religious and moral conservatism and Conservative politics, Nelson Jones argues.
By Nelson Jones - 07 December 04:27
It may end up dominating the new Archbishop of Canterbury's tenure in the way that the women bishops debate has dominated Rowan Williams'.
By Mark Thompson - 26 November 11:14
The idea that there should be a special place within our constitution for one particular religious outlook is increasingly anachronistic.
By Raziye Akkoc - 22 November 03:42
A growing number of women in Africa are attaining positions of power and influence.
By Glosswitch - 22 November 09:33
The Church of England has worldly money, power and influence, so it needs to confront worldly issues like equality.
By New Statesman - 21 November 07:20
Rowan Williams on the Church of England's vote against women bishops.
By Helen Lewis - 20 November 06:17
Win for traditionalists at the general synod.
By George Eaton - 08 November 09:19
After being accused of running an "old Etonian" elite, the appointment of an Eton-educated Archbishop is awkward for Cameron.
By Nelson Jones - 14 June 12:11
British identity is much less linked to religion than it used to be - where does this leave the established church?