Can the Integrated Education Act help to break the segregation of Catholic and Protestant education in Northern Ireland?
The misogynistic "influencer" gained a mass following in the west. Now, his conversion to Islam is helping him go global
Belief in Shamanism is on the rise in the west, promoted by social media influencers. But is this mash-up of practices even a real tradition?
A new book - "Britain’s Jews: Confidence, Maturity, Anxiety" by Harry Freedman - attempts to paint a picture of what it is like to be Jewish in the UK
Support for abortion clinic buffer zones in the UK has antagonised protesters. We must prepare for the backlash to intensify.
The Vatican is now free of Pope Benedict XVI, but it may be too late for Pope Francis to achieve the reform he claimed to desire.
Can King Charles III be a figurehead for the British people, while being entangled by law with a religious institution alien to most of us?
The future of Northern Ireland is likely to rest with a new generation who defy easy categorisation – in terms of politics as well as religious beliefs.
While England and Wales celebrate a huge leap forward in our marriage law, the United States faces the threat of slipping backwards.
Are Pastafarians undogmatic believers, or unbelievers who will go to extreme lengths to protest against religious exceptionalism?
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