The Church of England
The leading authority on the Dead Sea Scrolls draws a portrait of Jesus the Jew
Good to be God by Tibor Fischer
Gafcon’s message: that churches must return to the plain meaning of scripture, even at the risk of institutions
In the second in our series on religion and public life, a leading Dominican theologian argues that only a recovery of the Judeo-Christian tradition can enable Islam to find its place in Britain
Christianity is central to British identity, but its marginalisation has created a moral vacuum which radical Islam threatens to fill
The Archbishop of Canterbury, it is said, was very surprised earlier this year by the furious response to his speech about civil and religious law. I am very much surprised that he was surprised; it was hardly likely that a recommendation to incorporate parts of sharia law into English law could fail to enrage people far and wide, especially coming from him.