Faith

The former Archbishop of Canterbury seems too pleased with himself to reflect on his disastrous legacy

“By all means, let the wicked fry in Hell—but why should they find themselves frying alongside innocent and virtuous pagans?”

The memoirs of Cardinal Cormac Murphy O’Connor

The conjunction of barbarism and civilisation

Why do we turn a blind eye to executions in Muslim states? After Paris, we must confront attempts to impose extreme versions of Islam in the West

Mainstream Muslims are turning a blind eye to the links between religious hostility to the West and the growth in jihadist attacks

In the Church of England’s new book the Archbishops of Canterbury and York are too focused on inequality rather than poverty, greed and folly

Jews and Christians have respect for their differences because they talk to each other. Can Muslims be persuaded to do the same?

Catholics in Europe found that if they wanted freedom themselves, they must demand it for all. American Christians should take note

Erasmus saw drunkenness as divine ecstasy