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Cause and effect offer nothing to fear

Cause and effect offer nothing to fear

There are robust arguments that can be deployed against atheistic determinists, says Nicholas Turner

How much people really get in benefits

How much people really get in benefits

Recipients of social security are seen by some as feckless, but the reality looks very different, says Bob Holman

Words of hope can travel the globe

Words of hope can travel the globe

The language of the sea is the language of faith, says Paul Burt, of his work with seafarers

Scottish independence seems like a false god

Scottish independence seems like a false god

Breaking up the UK would not help anyone, argues Nigel Biggar

The Yes campaign is more joyful

Pro-independence Scots have been more positive than their opponents, says Doug Gay

Ferocious religion needs nuanced responses

Ferocious religion needs nuanced responses

Extremist believers' actions mean that Christians should contextualise their faith, argues Ann Morisy

Why boosts to self-esteem don’t cure all ills

Why boosts to self-esteem don’t cure all ills

Encouraging people to believe that they are special can be counter-productive, argues Glynn Harrison

Attenborough: spiritual director?

Attenborough: spiritual director?

Richard Attenborough was fascinated by faith, although sceptical, recalls Stephen Brown

Did King Charles I have Asperger’s syndrome?

Did King Charles I have Asperger’s syndrome?

New research suggests that the King's medical condition may have affected his decision-making, but it did not prevent his saving the Church of England, argues Robert Beaken

How teens can deal well with death

How teens can deal well with death

Young people often confront their grief better than adults, says Tess Kuin Lawton

A radical and necessary move for democracy

A radical and necessary move for democracy

On the anniversary of the Chartists' attending church, Steve Parish examines their demands, and asks what has changed

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Christian fiction in a novel form

Christian fiction in a novel form

Catherine Fox could not find a publisher for her latest novel, until she decided to serialise it as a blog. She talks to Sarah Meyrick  Subscribe to read more

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Reminder: never buy a girl a pink Bible

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