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Features

Said the atheist to the (ex) bishop...

One is a secular crusader bent on wiping out the 'virus' of faith, the other a lifelong Anglican still willing to wager on God. Writers RICHARD DAWKINS and RICHARD HOLLOWAY compare notes on evolution, myth and the enduring challenges of Jesus.

READ MORE Published September 2008

Dedicated hallower of fashion

Is it all transient glitz and conspicuous consumption, or can our passion for glad rags reflect the creativity of the ultimate Designer? JOANNA JEPSON, Chaplain at the London College of Fashion, plots a course between pulpit and catwalk.

READ MORE Published September 2008

Ullswater Requiem

Mike Smith

READ MORE Published September 2008

The road to rehab

Addictions flourish in modern society and Christians are far from immune. Broadcaster CLARE CATFORD offers some hard-earned wisdom from her 20-year battle with bulimia, depression and serial relationships.

READ MORE Published July 2008

Viva la evolution

Why should radical atheists get to hijack Darwinism as their own? Biologist DENIS ALEXANDER shows why modern Christians should celebrate evolution like many of their evangelical forebears did - as the agency of God's creation.

READ MORE Published July 2008

A private affair?

In an increasingly secularised Britain, what exactly is the mandate of faith in the public market place - if any? NICK SPENCER argues that religious belief should be neither private nor privileged.

READ MORE Published June 2008

For God's sake get over it

Is it really so offensive to suggest that, with or without Britain's ancient blasphemy laws, God is big enough to look after himself? STEPHEN TOMKINS hopes we've seen the last of daft legislation.

READ MORE Published June 2008

Blasphemy in the UK: A mini history

READ MORE Published June 2008

Tribes for uncertain times

Technological change, urban migration and post-modern thought have radically changed the world we inhabit. JOHN DRANE believes it's time for Christians to change the way we engage with it.

READ MORE Published May 2008

Fostering Trust

What should be our response when the unthinkable hits the headlines? KERRY KIDD believes the church can help to chart a course between the twin evils of neglecting children and demonising parents.

READ MORE Published May 2008