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Parliamentarians’ beliefs deserve a fair hearing

Parliamentarians’ beliefs deserve a fair hearing

Nick Spencer examines why politicians are nervous of talking about faith

More than just thinking machines

More than just thinking machines

The experience of dementia forces us to realise who we truly are, says Peter Kevern

The unexpected value of colouring a pirate face

The unexpected value of colouring a pirate face

Ministry is about much more than time-sheets, says Claire Jones

The feelings beneath the thoughts

The feelings beneath the thoughts

The stances people adopt are never solely governed by reason, says David Ison

Luther and Trump: a tale of two populists

Luther and Trump: a tale of two populists

Peter Stanford detects some intriguing similarities between the Reformer and the current occupant of the White House

Unite to defend aid from its critics

Unite to defend aid from its critics

Commitment to supporting the poorest is under attack and needs protecting, says Joe Ware

It is time to wage war against war

It is time to wage war against war

World multilateral disarmament is not an idealistic dream, but a goal that can be achieved, says Alan Storkey

The BBC and religion: bad decisions, badly timed

The BBC and religion: bad decisions, badly timed

The Corporation lacks a strategy, and is dangerously out of touch with faith communities, says Roger Bolton

Terror is not the only narrative

Terror is not the only narrative

Labelling entire communities in the wake of attacks must be resisted, says Richard Sudworth

When Roman Catholics ask 'Is the Pope Catholic?'

When Roman Catholics ask

The Pope’s exhortation on marriage and the family is meeting fierce resistance, says Jonathan Luxmoore

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The C of E’s unsung success story

Mark Hart detects a significant, but hidden, area of growth — among the over-65s

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Parliamentarians’ beliefs deserve a fair hearing

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