Could the next Pope be a black progressive? Left Foot Forward looks at the favourites to take over from Pope Benedict XVI.
Stephen Beer, political communications officer of the Christian Socialist Movement, looks at what the 2011 Census tells us about faith, society and politics.
After the tenure of Dr Rowan Williams, his successor is an Etonian ex-oilman – but who is the real Justin Welby? And what does he believe?
Hopefully, the BBC’s reports will bring a very serious issue into the spotlight encouraging action.
Ed Jacobs calls on the Britain 2012 to decide if we are a Christian country or not.
Cardinal Keith O’Brien’s provocative anti-gay marriage language incites the intolerant and at times violent minority to fight equality, writes James Hallwood.
Mike Morgan Giles argues that Tory Baroness Sayeeda Warsi is wrong – we need “militant secularists”, whatever they are.
Peter Allen and Rebecca Wainwright argue that the difficulty of getting ‘Islamic’ architecture built in Britain shows the flaws in Warsi’s claim that militant secularisation is a problem
Ed Jacobs, a member of the Christian Socialist Movement, writes of the need for the West to do more to tackle the evil of Christian persecution.
The persecution of Coptic Christians raises serious questions about whether the “Arab Spring” is a new dawn or a sunset on religious freedom and tolerance.