Church of England
For the first time, the Church of England has produced a letter saying how we – and our politicians – should approach the general election.
For far too long, in too many spheres, women are told that their exclusion from positions of authority is simply a mark of their “difference”.
In an increasingly atheistic and multi-faith society, a secular state, which protects all religions and privileges none, is a model to embrace.
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.
It may end up dominating the new Archbishop of Canterbury's tenure in the way that the women bishops debate has dominated Rowan Williams'.
The idea that there should be a special place within our constitution for one particular religious outlook is increasingly anachronistic.
A growing number of women in Africa are attaining positions of power and influence.
The Church of England has worldly money, power and influence, so it needs to confront worldly issues like equality.
Rowan Williams on the Church of England's vote against women bishops.
Win for traditionalists at the general synod.