Rev. Michael Coren

Michael Coren’s latest book is Reclaiming Faith: Inclusion, Grace and Tolerance (Cormorant Books)

Insult for its own sake is childish and banal, but the ability to strongly criticise any creed is absolutely vital in a healthy democracy

I am a half-Jewish product of artificial trees, bagels, White Hart Lane, and of two people who knew little of theology but everything of God’s love

Catholic catechism is one thing, but the beliefs of the more than a billion adherents are often something entirely different

Will the Supreme Court’s new justice be able to commit to American secularism?

Michael Coren was a conservative Catholic who was forced to reevaluate everything he publicly stood for

Do the actions of the current pontiff signify shifting attitudes in the Catholic Church towards same-sex relationships?

To what extent should we separate an artist’s work from their period, character and ideas?

Why do conservative evangelicals continue to support Trump?

Will Erin O’Toole be able to unite Canada’s fragmented Conservative party?

The maze of lunacy surrounding one of the USA’s most outlandish conspiracy theories