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.
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The Queen says the C of E is the defender of pluralism. But Anglican supremacism has always been mor
Richard Dawkins should be wary of presuming to judge who is a genuine Christian and who isn't.
In complaining about "militant secularisation", Warsi is talking the Catholic leader's language.
The High Court has ruled that local councils can't have prayers on the agenda.
Twenty years after they began ordaining women, Anglicans still haven't taken the final step towards
Evidence suggests that Mitt Romney's religion is less important to voters than it is to reporters.
Modern secular culture has no authority with the political or moral clout to impose a single vision.
Liberal political systems allow space for personal religiosity. Those based on faith will squeeze pe
Anglicans have good reason to be grateful to Elizabeth II. But will the church-state link be quite s
“New atheists” like Richard Dawkins are wrong to insist that modern science can no longer be reconciled with relegion.
Last month I joined a delegation of MPs and peers to Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories of the West Bank.
Today, the torch of anti-papalism has been passed from Protestants to atheists.
How guilt reinforces the link between religion and positive social action.
The current legal situation around marriage and civil partnership is incoherent.
This week's terrorism conviction has serious implications for freedoms of speech and thought in mode
Here's a revolutionary concept: how about a TV character happens to be a Muslim and the plot revolve
It's the cultural prestige of religion that gives it access to power and buttresses its claim to spe
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Secular commentators dismiss religion as a malign force in the world. But from Burma’s Aung San Suu to the Arab Spring, it is clear it can inspire.
It's the season to be jolly, but let's not forget the reality of injustice.
The abuse of children within the home is something that society has yet to tackle adequately.
Muslims should be viewed as equal citizens, nothing more and nothing less.
Several British groups stand accused of acting as fronts for the Muslim Brotherhood. Should the stat
It's hardly sufficient that every copy will come with a brief introduction penned by Michael Gove.