A positive move by local police after a Hindu temple was attacked.
Like freedom, tolerance is not a western invention or innovation; it is an Islamic virtue.
All Anglicans can now do is pray...
There are times when it is better to "let nature take its course".
Perhaps if the Son of God had had a wife, Christianity would be a bit less hung up about sex.
Unapologetic: Why, Despite Everything, Christianity Can Still Make Surprising Emotional Sense - review.
Islam, too, is now having to confront the realities of everyday life.
The death of Cardinal Martini, formerly the archbishop of Milan, has deprived the Catholic Church of its foremost intellect and leading moderniser.
The narrative of Christian marginalisation is implausible while the religion's representatives sit by right in the nation's legislature.
As Rowan Williams prepares to step down after nearly ten years as Archbishop of Canterbury, a former aide ponders the challenges confronting his successor.
The Liars’ Gospel - review.
This new movement has an energy that makes it hard to ignore.
Moderate Islamism should be seen as a means of institutionalising religious conservatism.
In 1931, Sidney Strube was earning £10,000 a year at the Daily Express, making him the highest-paid man in Fleet Street. But will the current generation of political cartoonists be the last?
When does the right to life become a right to die?
The Book of Common Prayer is a political work, writes Daniel Swift.
Church fears the company lacks commitment to reforming its corporate governance.
The treatment of Pussy Riot says much about the close relationship between Church and Kremlin in Putin's Russia.
"I was born a Muslim...and I will die a Muslim. But I was also born a gay man, and I will die a gay man, too."
The real problem with "creationist schools" is not their attitude to science, says Nelson Jones.
The tabloid's report of a case involving a UFO cult and the European Court of Human rights was highly misleading.
With more delays likely, it's already a byword for doublethink and procrastination.
The URC is the first mainstream christian denomination to do so
The row over the Giant's Causeway visitors' centre is more about politics than science or religion.
Even after the historic election, this marginalised minority risk daily persecution and victimisation because of their beliefs.
Unconventional beliefs have always invited ridicule.
By all means celebrate survival, but why must it be through the prism of women's looks?
Was a German court justified in interfering with centuries of religious tradition?
Those thirsty for spiritual fulfillment are increasingly turning to the Saudi brand of Islam.
Former cardinal’s aide tasked with investigating abuse claims faces up to seven years in prison for endangering children.