They may find it uncomfortable, but opponents of halal and kosher who simply point to the evidence need to acknowledge the context in which the argument occurs, says Paul Sims
Are attempts to reform the faith from within genuine - or even desirable? Sadaf Ahmed investigates
Are clerical criticisms of Cameron welcome, or should faith leaders stay out of politics?
The most pious may be the most photogenic, but both religious and secular Jews are thriving in 21st-century Britain, writes Anthony Clavane
Secularism would have us place disagreements about the existence of God to one side. But when that disagreement sits at the heart of our disputes over more worldly issues, ignoring it can only lead to misunderstanding, argues Richard Smyth
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