This magazine has been committed to the values and principles of secularism and free inquiry ever since its foundation in 1913.
“Don’t panic!” says distinguished Cambridge academic.
It’s time to move on from pettiness and prurience.
Amid the baroque splendour of Westminster Cathedral, headquarters of England's national Church for more than 250 years, preparations are continuing apace for the Pope's state visit this September.
Religion is an easy target for atheists, but, as Tim Parks discovered, there’s no escaping that ther
“Islam is exempted from scrutiny – and spreading fast”
Telegraph religion editor leaves paper after two years
There is something of the pantomime to recent debates concerning science and religion, the question of their compatibility answered with alternating choruses of "Oh no they aren't" and "Oh yes they are".
You argue in your new book that John Henry Newman continues to speak to us from beyond the grave. Why should we be interested in this mid-19th-century Catholic convert?
Misconceptions and fears about sharia.
The instances of real extremism receive most attention, and are then taken to represent everyone and
Never do we stop to ask precisely what we mean by Islamism.
It is patriarchy rather than religion that oppresses women across the world.
A spectre is haunting Europe – the spectre of the niqab and the burqa. Why have the Continent’s political leaders, confronted by economic and social malaise, declared war on a piece of cloth?
Does this strengthen or weaken belief in intelligent design?
Hardeep Singh: "I am delighted and relieved with Mr Justice Eady's ruling which brings an end to a b
My first thought, on picking up the latest book by Ian Buruma, was that it is a very slim volume to bear the weight of so heavy a title.
But what is that, exactly?
The polite compromise between religion and state has served us well.
Christian fundamentalists form a noisy wing of the Conservative Party, and their influence is growin
France and Belgium are racing to be the first to ban the burqa. Why wasn't that worth mentioning in
The author of His Dark Materials has an imaginative sympathy with religious faith that has largely b
The Infidel shows how comedy can fight prejudice.
Why schools and universities should encourage debate on evolution -- and how this could benefit scie
Have we really sleepwalked into multicultural segregation? The poet Michael Rosen visits the reopene
Cowell may or may not convert but all Muslims need to confront the ban too many countries place on apostasy.
The worldwide scandal of Catholic paedophile priests threatens to become the gravest crisis in the modern history of the Church. As Pope Benedict XVI prepares to visit Britain to beatify Cardinal Newman, we look at the life of this humane Catholic convert
A secular state is essential but faith still has an important role to play in the public sphere.