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".
A Q&A with David Stevens and Kieron O'Hara, authors of a new book on religious extremism online.
A short guide to the manifestos.
Historian Diarmaid MacCulloch talks to Ralph Jones about how personal experience has shaped his ideas about sex and Christianity.
As always, the devil is in the detail.
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