In the last New Humanist, Julian Baggini reflected on giving an "atheist sermon" and the potential common ground between atheists and believers. Here, a reader responds.
Part of the humanist world view is to understand that we have a moral responsibility to our fellow beings.
Avowed atheist Julian Baggini reflects on giving a sermon to an Anglican church – and the possibility for common ground.
Britain’s former Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks advocates a more complex reading. But do his ideas fit with the modern world?
Critics of Charlie Hebdo who say it is irresponsible to offend religion are wrong, argues Terri Murray.
Mark Lorch struggles to understand how some of his colleagues hold religious beliefs alongside a dedication to the scientific method.
The remarks were made by a Vatican official second only to the Pope.
A new book brings sensitivity and empathy to an intensely polarised debate.
In Russia, there are more faith healers than professional doctors. It's a symptom of decades of chaos and authoritarian rule.
A Q&A with Paul Gifford, author of "Christianity, Development and Modernity in Africa".
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