The Church of England

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

A visit to Ely Cathedral perfectly encapsulates the history of England and her architecture.

The architecturally eccentric church of St Simon Zelotes provides unexpected peace

The voting patterns of religious voters in Britain are more complicated than they first appear. Politicians should stop treating faiths as bloc votes

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

Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall, superbly adapted for television, is brilliant because it defies easy definition

Kate Cooper’s pacy tale of heroines, virgins and martyrs recounts the largely unknown role of women in shaping the early Church

The Case of Lilian Ladele, hounded out of her job as a registrar for her Christian beliefs, is evidence of a rising religious intolerance