Belief, disbelief and beyond belief

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Nelson Jones
27 February 2012
Who "owns" marriage? The Archbishop of York thinks that he does, or at least that the church, rather than the...
Nelson Jones
22 February 2012
American presidential elections always produce their bizarre surprises, but few could have predicted that a row over...
Nelson Jones
16 February 2012
When the Queen accepted an invitation to hobnob at Lambeth Palace with selected representatives of "the eight...
Nelson Jones
14 February 2012
In the absence of a formal portfolio, Sayeeda Warsi seems to have allotted herself a place in government as the...
Nelson Jones
10 February 2012
The National Secular Society has won a Judicial Review against Bideford Town Council's practice of holding prayers as...
Nelson Jones
08 February 2012
Twenty years after they began ordaining women, Anglicans still haven't taken the final step towards gender equality...
Nelson Jones
07 February 2012
As Mitt Romney continues his sputtering but probably inevitable progress towards the Republican nomination, his...
Nelson Jones
02 February 2012
I'm intrigued by the proposal, revealed yesterday by the Telegraph's Martin Beckford, to issue all one million...
Nelson Jones
26 January 2012
Alain de Botton, probably the closest thing Britain has to a celebrity philosopher, has a Big Idea. Religion, he...
Nelson Jones
23 January 2012
Almost exactly a year after the first anti-Mubarak demonstrators moved into Tahrir Square, and after the free-est and...
Nelson Jones
17 January 2012
When it was announced that the Church of England had established an advisory group on human sexuality, consisting of...
Nelson Jones
12 January 2012
She was one of the world's most beloved and revered religious figures, a Nobel Peace Prize winner who remains, in the...
Nelson Jones
10 January 2012
The Church of England has announced its plans to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee later this year. It is hoping that all...
Nelson Jones
05 January 2012
An unofficial commission headed by the former Lord Chancellor, Lord Falconer, is proposing changes in the law to allow...
Nelson Jones
30 December 2011
Among the most intriguing revelations to emerge from this year's batch of government files from thirty years ago is the...

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