The best way to avoid getting offended, Salman Rushdie once advised, is "to shut a book".
When it comes to sexuality, the Church of England remains uneasily in the closet.
“New atheists” like Richard Dawkins are wrong to insist that modern science can no longer be reconciled with relegion.
The current legal situation around marriage and civil partnership is incoherent.
Secular commentators dismiss religion as a malign force in the world. But from Burma’s Aung San Suu to the Arab Spring, it is clear it can inspire.
The abuse of children within the home is something that society has yet to tackle adequately.
It's hardly sufficient that every copy will come with a brief introduction penned by Michael Gove.
Are council prayers discriminatory, or just local democracy in action?
"Blogs are the best disseminators of paranoia yet created"
Until science proves the origin of the very first cells, many will wheel out God as the default expl