Urban’s soured relationship with Galileo drew the battle line between faith and science that remains
Cranmer's 'sexed-up' case for Henry VIII's divorce from Catherine of Aragon provided the cover neede
The bad-girl of French Catholicism
Britain's number one conspirator.
The 11th century Dr. Death
The Tudor megalomaniac
The ultimate protester.
The Staggers presents its list of most intriguing and contentious Christians: includes Popes, conspi
Claudy bombings cover-up shows sorry is the hardest word for the Catholic hierarchy — yet again.
The vision of Pakistan’s founding father was a land of many faiths and cultures united in a common p
Muslim Olympians will have to decide whether or not they fast during 2012, but will it cost them?
Bradford's Pakistani community predominantly originates from the Mirpur region.
A brief guide for the curious, the bored, the uninformed and the ignorant.
Who knows about classics and the Bible these days?
Up until 2005, Indonesia seemed sure to succumb to a wave of Islamist terror. But, in the post-Suhar
A fascinating event took place recently in Rome in a palazzo high up on Gianicolo, the hill overlooking the Vatican: the European premiere of a film about Pope John Paul II, presented by none other than Newt Gingrich, former s
Thousands turn down the chance to see the Pope in person, and controversy over costs continues.
Barack Obama’s race may have added significance in the “Muslim” terror group’s warped world-view.
Responding to an exposé of gay priests in the Vatican by an Italian magazine, the cardinal orders ho
The former government minister turns down the post, citing a detached retina, and heads for Strictly
The rise of Rick Warren and the mega-church Bible Belt has boosted Palin's presidential ambitions.
A longer version of this week's NS interview.
The last time the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, spoke to the New Statesman, it was at the end of 2008, a year that our writer, James Macintyre, described as "one of the most difficult for Anglicanism si
The United States, Turkey and India all have secular constitutions. However, none of them contains the definitive "secularism". There is no such thing.
The French sociologist Auguste Comte attempted to reconcile suspicion of religion with sympathy for
The Archbishop of Canterbury talks about religious longing,
how the Church of England enriches soc
Secularism became a vital part of the Indian constitution after independence, but it is now under th
We like to think that religion counts only when we need to choose a good school for our children. Ye
“Secularism means everybody is infallible except the Pope. Crazy”