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Eimear Burke on the newfound popularity of Druidry’s diverse, nature-based spirituality.
Without belief in the power of the impossible and the inexplicable, life would be far less interesting.
How Jean-Paul Sartre’s philosophy began with the nativity.
A bishop I know carries a list of the 12 disciples in his briefcase just in case someone puts him on the spot.
The secular faith of Martin Hägglund.
Under Corbyn’s leadership, Labour is being investigated by the Equalities and Human Rights Commission and the British Jewish community has become alienated from the party.
This should be a good election for Nigel Farage — but his party still faces a struggle to secure MPs.
In 1845 a middle-aged Oxford vicar, after a long period of agonising, decided to convert to Catholicism – to much shock and scandal. Last week, 174 years later, he was declared a saint.
I do not believe that the Home Secretary had the slightest intention to refer to Jews in her speech, even obliquely.
For a millennium, to live in the West has been to live in a society saturated by Christian concepts and assumptions.
“If you can’t have fun in a cathedral, do you really know what fun is?”