Does it seem as if Jewish cuisine has made no mark on Britain? Think again
The British “debate” about meat, animal cruelty and ritual slaughter has become a proxy for deeper fears.
The debate on same sex marriage has so far been dominated by its opponents.
The Cardinal Sean Brady case shows only root and branch reform can deal with the issue of abuse in t
Director, Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, St Edmund's College, Cambridge
How do we maintain a cohesive society with increasingly few shared beliefs and assumptions?
Why is the Vatican cracking down on dissident American nuns?
The Reverend Arun Arora has been appointed head of communications at Church House.
The proposed "ex-gay" bus advert was offensive, but gay Christians face a genuine dilemma.
Contrary to Nelson Jones, Demos's report shows that the faithful are key allies for progressives.
Demos's analysis suffers from some severe methodological problems.
An interview with Tom Holland, author of In the Shadow of the Sword.
How much longer can the Catholic Church resist change as its influence shrinks?
Robert Webb, star of Peep Show, on why Rowan Williams is his secret crush.
Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, longed to take risks but was thwarted by Church courti
Should American politicians revisit their assumption that God is necessarily a vote-winner?
The retiring leader of the Anglican communion leaves an ambiguous legacy.
Ten of the best pieces on the outgoing Archbishop of Canterbury from the NS archive.
Rowan Williams to stand down at the end of the year to take up position at Magdalene College, Cambri
Why the government is opposing the right of two workers to wear crosses at work.
Listening to Cardinal Keith O'Brien spluttering into the microphone on the Today programme on 5 March, I felt sorry, even embarrassed, for my Catholic friends.
Religion has long been associated with the oppression and denigration of women, yet its appeal to th
Allowing same-sex marriage is equivalent to legalising slavery, claims the head of the Catholic Chur
Keith O'Brien says it's "a perfectly good example of what could happen".
Following a week of attacks, the evolutionary biologist responds to his critics
To hardline atheists, it is now unreasonable and “dramatically peculiar” to argue that religion is n
On the purpose of this voluntary union, the Book of Common Prayer is correct on one of three counts.
The Faith of the Faithless: Experiments in Political Theology
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