The "right" to discriminate cuts both ways.
Anjem Choudary is the man the tabloids love to hate, but does the government risk turning him into a free speech martyr?
Civil unrest presents a curious problem for the right-wing press.
Capitalism and ethics make uncomfortable bedfellows, thinks Giles Fraser.
Rowan Williams calls for a Tobin tax and other measures to address the protesters' "moral agenda".
The roots of the crisis that has now destroyed the careers of two of London's most senior Anglican c
Graeme Knowles steps down with immediate effect, following the resignation of Giles Fraser last week
Is Adrian Smith a Christian martyr or just a casualty of corporate conformism?
Writer makes first public appearance for months in Texas.
Does the reaction to its founder's death suggest that Apple has become a new religion?
Britain is still a Christian country but the drift towards secularism continues.
Is a man to be executed for "apostasy"?
Well-known faces from around the BBC including Andrew Marr and John Humphrys have criticised the bro
Is it appropriate for a doctor to offer Christianity as part of the treatment?
Peter Watts admires the diversity of Jewish performers in Britain.
Why should the appointment of Rowan Williams' successor be left to a faceless committee?
Andrew Billen finds no subtlety or wit in a play about religion.
How a religious movement is making US liberals nervous.
What is more offensive, a cartoon Jesus or the Advertising Standards Authority's decision to ban it?
People are making too much of Michele Bachmann's remark about the hurricane.
In the aftermath of the riots, Tariq Jahan’s quiet dignity over his son’s death made him a national hero. Here, he speaks movingly about losing a child, and the radical Islamist past he abandoned to become a father.
Evolution has become a touchstone issue for Republican presidential hopefuls.
Is the Equality and Human Rights Commission in total disarray?
Does a 30-year-old blasphemy row still have relevance today?
Tariq Jahan's response to his son's death shows a dignity and respect that teaches us all an importa
Why the religious persecution of minorities in Pakistan is getting worse.
A global poll emphasises the central and growing importance of religion to world society.