religion

Rev. Michael Coren says that the Bible simply doesn’t have anything pertinent to say about abortion, and the current extremism alienates people from the church

Marketing Tom Holland’s ‘Dominion’ as a Christian product would be a kiss of death in the UK, but it works across the pond

ASH Smyth sings choral evensong for Candlemas, in Stanley cathedral

The strange and startling events at Fatima continue to intrigue and haunt as the Catholic Church wrestles against the liberalising world order

Bishop Nazir-Ali replies to Frederic Raphael’s Open Letter to Jesus

Sir Roger Scruton’s religious views are dissonant but beautiful

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

On the first anniversary of his death, Scruton’s literary executor says that it is a ‘travesty of the truth’ to think that Scruton joined the ranks of those evangelical atheists

Given modern society’s strident pro-abortion stance and irreligious view of Christmas, it’s a wonder this question hasn’t already been raised

Frederic Raphael poses some pertinent questions to the son of God