Why I never went to Tibet
By Kripamoya Das - 05 January 13:16

Finding the path to enlightenment in a muddy field in Berkshire

History and hierarchy
By Kripamoya Das - 04 January 11:51

The way of life we now call Hinduism has remained intact for thousands of years

Singing in the streets
By Kripamoya Das - 02 January 13:57

Hare Krishnas have become a typical part of London life

Christmas, commitment and Faslane
By Sally Brooks - 22 December 10:00

The courage and commitment of a 94-year-old Quaker

Quakers and peace
By Sally Brooks - 20 December 10:18

Beliefs and a personal religious journey

Quakers, Christmas and worship
By Sally Brooks - 19 December 9:33

How simplicity is at the heart of the way Quakers 'worship'

Perfectly impossible
By Andrew Brown - 18 December 12:00

Theological argument has to be about the unprovable

Muslims of Quanzhou
By Xiao Jia Gu - 18 December 12:00

The descendants of Arab traders who brought Islam to China are re-establishing traditions

Baby Jesus is on CCTV
By Lucy Sweet - 18 December 12:00

Christmas around the world: Glasgow

How Tony Blair rewrote our past
By Darcus Howe - 18 December 12:00

Tony Blair is guilty of 'muddled thinking' on race

Quakers and God
By Sally Brooks - 18 December 10:54

In her first blog Quaker Sally Brooks explains how she believes how God is in everyone

The rabbi responds
By Rabbi Janet Burden - 15 December 15:29

In her final blog, Janet Burden responds to a question from reader Adrian Cangado

Jewish Beliefs and Practice
By Rabbi Janet Burden - 13 December 10:03

What jews believe and how the rules of Judaism get applied in practice

Reflections on Jewish Identity
By Rabbi Janet Burden - 12 December 9:55

How Jews are not simply a race or a religion - they are an extended family with all that implies

A Jewish Path
By Rabbi Janet Burden - 11 December 10:49

How a Midwestern American Christian began her journey towards liberal Judaism

Islam and pluralism
By Asim Siddiqui - 07 December 11:46

Intolerance has 'contaminated' both Islam and Christianity

Islam and Jihad
By Asim Siddiqui - 06 December 9:50

The truth about Islam and war and the way fundamentalists have manipulated the term 'Jihad'

Islam and knowledge
By Asim Siddiqui - 05 December 11:05

The intellectual influence of Islam and fears for Muslim scholarship today and in the future

Defeating the "envoy of God"
By Max Ajl - 04 December 12:00

Ecuador - Rafael Correa

Islam: the five pillars
By Asim Siddiqui - 04 December 9:59

This week the faith column is devoted to Islam beginning with a brief overview of the religion

How my religion works
By Barney Leith - 01 December 14:25

How Bahá’ís worship, how the religion is structured and who wields power

The history of the faith
By Barney Leith - 30 November 11:56

Barney Leith recounts the history of the Bahá’í faith and some of the persecution it has suffered

How being a Bahá’í shaped my life
By Barney Leith - 28 November 12:54

Each week someone from a different religion explains what they believe in. Here Barney Leith explain

Back-seat drivers
By Ambur Beg - 27 November 12:00

Observations on the road

Playing God
By A C Grayling - 27 November 12:00

Religious belief is not just a philosophical issue - it divides families and societies. That is why

Wanted: new thinking on race hate
By Ziauddin Sardar - 27 November 12:00

Race hate is a social problem which requires a social solution, writes Ziauddin Sardar

Can sharia be good for women?
By F Brinley Bruton - 27 November 12:00

Across Afghanistan, girls and women are now receiving an education: but it is a purely Islamic one

Divided in peace
By John Kampfner - 20 November 12:00

Northern Ireland is on the verge of a historic power-sharing deal. But any pact between hardline rep

The deadly existence of a quiet man
By Darcus Howe - 20 November 12:00

Darcus Howe on Dhiren Barot, the al-Qaeda plotter who was jailed for life earlier this month

Who can make polio history?
By Michela Wrong - 20 November 12:00

Gordon Brown's $4bn vaccination programme is being resisted in some parts of Africa.