Is possible to be stoical about the loneliness of stoicism?
Millions have been spent on chasing e-mails ... but then Lord Levy like Dame Shirley Porter before h
<strong>The Islamist: why I joined radical Islam in Britain, what I saw inside and why I left</stron
A spontaneous demonstration in favour of secularism in Turkey was hailed as a beacon of hope but the
<strong>The Violence of God and the War on Terror</strong>
Jeremy Young <em>Darton, Longman and To
Nature is a two-faced goddess and going with the flow can be tougher than it sounds...
Why am I religious? Because I'm a hedonist!
How can we explain the suffering in the world if there is a benevolent god?
Uncertainty, Credo and how mysticism comes in handy
How religious people often seem colourless, rigid and how faith is often a spawning ground for hatre
<strong>The Great City Academy Fraud</strong>
Francis Beckett <em>Continuum, 174pp, £16.99</em>
China's multimillion-dollar port scheme in Baluchistan gives it a foothold in the Middle East that i
Pakistan is reverberating with the call of jihad. Taliban-style militias are spreading rapidly out f
<strong>City of the Sharp-Nosed Fish: Greek lives in Roman Egypt</strong>
Peter Parsons <em>Weiden
What goes on in the mind of a jihadi?
In the final Catholicism blog, Josephine Robinson explains celibacy for priests and says if women ca
In her latest entry Josephine explains Roman Catholic thinking on sex and contraception
The role of 'Our Lady', educating women and the liberating role of faith
Tony Blair wanted to ban the British branch of the Islamic political party Hizb-ut Tahrir after the
In her first blog for the Faith Column, Josephine Robinson write about being a woman Roman Catholic
Aamer Hussein <em>Telegram, 152pp, £8.99</em>
Before we confront terrorism we have to be able to define it
<strong>The Sleeping Buddha</strong>
Hamida Ghafour <em>Constable & Robinson, 320pp, £8.99</em>
How being an atheist can mean taking responsibility for defining your own meaning in life
How you can decide what is right and wrong without god
How faith can leave you open to abuse by those in authority
Ciarán Hanway explains he's not a man of faith ... he's an atheist