By Robin Ince - 17 January 11:29
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.
By Cristina Odone - 14 January 11:12
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.
By Ian Leslie - 23 December 10:46
Our national news agenda is distorted by a deep suspicion of Muslims.
By James Bloodworth - 20 December 04:29
Francis's popularity among progressives suggests that women and gay people are still viewed as appendages in the struggle for a better society.
By Lucy Winkett - 15 December 03:45
There are daunting challenges for the church at this time of year, says Lucy Winkett
By Nelson Jones - 19 October 09:33
A study by Theos shows the apparently limited appeal of scientific materialism. But is it evidence that hardline atheism of the Richard Dawkins variety has little popular appeal?
By George Eaton - 23 May 09:11
They bear no more responsibility for jihadism than Christians do for the Ku Klux Klan.
By Christopher Hitchens - 28 February 05:26
"To judge by the tide of uncritical sentimentality which swept over the British press ... you might have thought that the Reformation had never taken place".
By Philip Maughan - 21 February 04:34
Reviewed: Mea Maxima Culpa.
By Hannah Meltzer - 02 January 12:59
He smokes roll-ups, his ring tone is Abba, and he is passionately in favour of gay marriage; what’s "Father Ray" doing in a church which won't recognise his relationship?