A brief musing on the nature of Satanic ritual
By Umberto Ray - 08 August 10:33

Who wouldn't be on a Satanist's speed dial: Elmer Fudd, Bugs Bunny or Judge Dredd?

Bright in the Guardian
By Martin Bright - 07 August 15:00

Martin's interview in the Guardian's media section

The birth of the Age of Fire
By Umberto Ray - 07 August 11:31

Reverend Ray shares the history of the often misunderstood Church of Satan, and how its founder went

The gates of Hell are thrown open...
By Umberto Ray - 06 August 12:50

An introduction for the uninitiated of the very often misunderstood belief of Satanism

Belonging to Spirit
By Libby Clark - 02 August 15:55

How I found my way home and became a medium

Minority report
By Mahmood Farooqui - 02 August 13:00

India's 150 million Muslims face poverty, illiteracy and attacks from the Hindu right, but their ide

Moving on
By Sandy Howard - 02 August 13:00

From SUVs to battered buses and auto-rickshaws, Delhi's transport captures the divide between rich a

A fatwa for every occasion
By Ziauddin Sardar - 02 August 13:00

The Muslim world has gone fatwa-mad. Or rather, it has gone mad through fatwas. From Egypt to Pakistan, learned and not-so-learned sheikhs and imams are issuing fatwas on everything, from who can be just ifiably killed to whose breasts you are allowed to suck.

Tony Blair - a penitent Catholic
By Sholto Byrnes - 02 August 13:00

We have had a Jewish prime minister in Disraeli, a Methodist in Thatcher, but still not a Catholic

Shambo: Sacrificing Hinduism's credibility
By Jay Lakhani - 01 August 13:50

The "Save Shambo" saga has done severe damage to the public image of a majestic religion. For an alt

Shambo: the right to save or the right to slaughter
By Ramesh Kallidai - 01 August 13:40

As the saga unfolded, what was often overlooked is that there is more than one point-of-view. For an

Eternal life and spiritual progression
By Libby Clark - 01 August 10:27

A brief introduction of Spiritualist services and how to get involved

Falun Gong is a constant reminder of Chinese oppression
By Brian Coleman - 31 July 18:52

The Chinese government has a long way to go in learning how to treat and respect humanity

A brief history of Spiritualism
By Libby Clark - 31 July 13:15

From its beginnings in the US, to its spread around the world

Spiritualism and the eternal life
By Libby Clark - 30 July 12:20

A way of life, not a strange cult, that lets us understand our true spiritual nature

Mind, body and spirit
By Carla Power - 26 July 13:00

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Battle is joined for the right to pray
By Darcus Howe - 26 July 13:00

The simple erection of a mosque in these anti-Islamic times triggers passions so long concealed bene

Turkey and the challenges ahead
By Simon Hooper - 23 July 10:13

Simon Hooper reports from Ankara on the outcome of key Turkish elections and analyses some of the ch

Democracy has never been an idyll
By Ziauddin Sardar - 19 July 13:00

Thomas Jefferson, principal author of the Declaration of Independence, had never actually read any o

Shazia's week
By Shazia Mirza - 19 July 13:00

Stand by for the Gay Muslim suicide bombers - they're the ones with Christian Louboutin briefcases

Preachers of doom
By Jeff Sharlet - 19 July 13:00

Evangelicals who proclaim the coming apocalypse have failed to mobilise ordinary Americans but their

Prayer – what to say?
By Adam Liston - 19 July 11:35

We all could write a lengthy list of requests to God, but what does He want us to pray about?

The imperfect church
By Adam Liston - 18 July 11:14

How people can become a community by overcoming their differences and worshipping together

Christian worship – reasons and rewards
By Adam Liston - 17 July 11:53

Why God has better stats than Thierry Henry

The days I first believed...
By Adam Liston - 16 July 12:59

How one man grew into his belief

By Simon Munnery - 16 July 10:31

'Never a borrower or a lender be,' my Uncle used to say, and perhaps inevitably the bank sacked him

Dialogue of the Deaf
By Martin Bright - 12 July 14:00

Madeleine Bunting has responded to my criticisms on Comment is Free

My path into Kabbalah
By Marcus Weston - 12 July 13:10

A journey that began on the tube and went around the world allowed the author to let go of his corpo

Drowned in sound
By Lynsey Hanley - 12 July 13:00

<strong>Manifesto for Silence: Confronting the Politics and Culture of Noise


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Don't blame the poor
By Salil Tripathi - 12 July 13:00

Poverty does not provoke terrorism, as three experts show