The German theologian unleashed the Reformation but ended up a fanatic anti-Semite

Four learned saints, and the Romans’ favourite sauce

“When the laws of poetry are forced upon reality — in love, war, or any other sphere — so many things get trampled”

As a young, liberal British Muslim woman, I am tired of bureaucratic waffle. It is time for the government to get serious about radicalisation

Enemies of Western civilisation claim that our lives lack meaning. If so, the cause may be our detachment from our religious roots  

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

The trial of two brothers for terrorism offences served as a window on the way digitally globalised terrorism exploits the vulnerable

They cast their literary spells over a generation, but have Martin Amis and Ian McEwan merit as moralists?

Karen Armstrong’s Fields of Blood offers a magisterial debunking of the secularist tale