Don’t fetishise religious identity
By Sara Wajid - 02 April 12:47

'The NHS was far more important to my practising Muslim father him than any religious institution. T

Tom Holland on Islam and the west: Kingdoms not of this world
By Tom Holland - 02 April 12:47

To insist that Muslims can have as unproblematic a relationship with secular democracy as can, say, their Anglican fellow citizens is unrealistic – not to mention unfair on Muslims themselves.

The Tony Blair Foundation
By Richard Dawkins - 02 April 12:47

The author of the <em>God Delusion</em> responds to Tony Blair's article on <a href="

What God means to me
By Staff blogger - 02 April 12:47

With Tony Benn, Marina Mahathir, Polly Toynbee, Kwame Kwei-Armah, Peter Mandelson, Jonathan Sacks, C

CS Lewis: fiction and faith
By James Macintyre - 02 April 12:47

With their emphasis on good and evil, the Narnia books were regarded as having drawn on Christian, a

Please, let’s not do God
By Christopher Hitchens - 02 April 12:47

The Vanity Fair columnist and author of <em>God is not great</em> on Tony Blair's new faith foundati

God - what do we believe?
By Staff blogger - 02 April 12:47

In this special issue we have contributions from A N Wilson, Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins,

Christians and bereavement
By Eric Stoddart - 01 April 13:16

'The hell-believing Christian carries an additional burden of uncertainty'

Faith and bereavement
By Debbie Kerslake - 31 March 16:27

In the first of our series on the role of faith in bereavement, the Chief Executive of Cruse Bereave

Why we must all do God
By Tony Blair - 19 March 11:48

Religion has never mattered more to the world than it does now, says the former prime minister, laun

Ayatollah Khomeini's funeral
By James Buchan - 12 March 9:28

The funeral of Ayatollah Khomeini was not a tragedy,
writes James Buchan, but a gruesome farce: id

A marketplace of outrage
By Kenan Malik - 12 March 9:28

British Muslims took to the streets and burned copies of Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses. Here w

NS Profile Mayawati
By Maxine Loynd - 05 March 10:49

The "untouchable" and her rise to power in India

When silence speaks loudest
By Sue Hubbard - 26 February 16:23

Can you treat the Holocaust as an appropriate subject for contemporary art? Not if you use it to giv

Constrained perspectives
By David Hillstrom - 20 February 15:14

In the last of a series this week, David Hillstrom examines the role of ethnicity, culture and histo

Pantomime liberals
By Brendan O'Neill - 19 February 12:02

<strong>Waiting for the Etonians: Reports from the Sickbed of Liberal England

</strong>Nick Cohen

Faith and moral priority
By David Hillstrom - 18 February 9:37

In the second of a series running this week, author David Hillstrom reflects on the position of thos

The science of faith
By David Hillstrom - 16 February 15:08

Many familiar religious concepts are in conflict with our contemporary body of scientific knowledge.

Faith and adversity
By Val Morrison - 13 February 14:05

Rounding off our series on faith in the financial crisis, the Industrial Chaplain at the Corus steel

Profile: Pope Benedict XVI
By John Cornwell - 12 February 10:29

The Pope is emerging as an ultra-reactionary. First he antagonised Muslims. Now he has outraged Jewish groups by favouring a Holocaust denier.

Faith on Wall Street
By James H Cooper - 11 February 12:10

In the third of our series on faith in the financial crisis, the Rector of Trinity Wall Street offer

Seeking anonymity
By Claire Foster - 10 February 12:32

In the second of our series on faith in the financial crisis, the Director of the St. Paul's Institu

A mutual crisis
By W Donald Patton - 09 February 11:01

In the first of our series on faith in a financial crisis the Presbyterian Church in Ireland's Moder

The book that changed my life
By John Gray - 05 February 10:09

John Gray chooses <em>The Pursuit of the Millennium</em> by Norman Cohn

Flawed character
By Andrew Billen - 05 February 10:09

The downfall of a parish priest is well staged, but where does the tragedy lie?

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History's not what it used to be
By Rachel Cooke - 22 January 9:58

This documentary assumes little or no knowledge on the part of the viewer

<strong>Christianity: a

Interview: Rowan Williams
By James Macintyre - 18 December 9:44

Over the course of a turbulent year the Archbishop of Canterbury had a series of meetings with James

Democracy not fundamentalism
By Peter Black - 12 December 12:13

Welsh Assembly member Peter Black reports on his battle to protect freedom of speech from what he be

The India that is not and never was
By Sholto Byrnes - 04 December 9:39

These attacks were on a different scale - more open, more organised, more direct. But there are many

Refugees face enemies within
By Abigail Fielding-Smith - 27 November 9:45

Observations on the Lebanon