Frederic Raphael poses some pertinent questions to the son of God

In our perverse desire to tolerate the intolerable we have succumbed to Christophobia

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

Why is Cable so keen to deny the vast ethnic prejudices of the Chinese regime?

Islamism is increasingly held not to be a deviant from Islam, but an orthodox aim of the “religion of peace”

Daniel Johnson remembers Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, wise and generous friend, guide and mentor

It doesn’t always pay to follow the most organised and efficient path

Why aren’t churches straining at the boundaries Caesar has fenced them off with?

Why do Christianity and Judaism still find it so hard to get along?

Katrina Gulliver delves into two new publications entitled ‘American Awakening’, and discovers that one is an exhortation, the other an ironic description of the current process of politics and society