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Eimear Burke on the newfound popularity of Druidry’s diverse, nature-based spirituality.
At 29, Mohammed is the youngest secretary-general of the Muslim Council of Britain – and the first woman in the role. Her priority is to end the “othering” of young Muslims.
Religion is not a scientific hypothesis, and the idea of God is transcendent in a way that precludes appeals to empirical evidence.
As a teenager I needed God. I was utterly obsessed with girls and there was no one else to whom I could confess this.
Ministers reaching for lessons from the United States are looking in the wrong place.
Mindful of our fractured world, the pope calls for a fairer sharing of resources, care for nature, and compassion for migrants.
From Harry Potter to wellness to astrology, Tara Isabella Burton argues that young people are not abandoning faith but reinventing it to suit their own lifestyles.
The pandemic has forced us to confront the issue of death: how do we think about dying, and what does it mean for how we live?
Kate Bowler, the religious historian with a tough message about suffering.
As Covid-19 reminds us of life’s fragility, an increasing number of people are turning to faith and spirituality.
For perhaps the first time in 32 centuries, Jews around the world will be unable to celebrate the festival with their extended families.