2016: Terry Eagleton, Distinguished Professor of English Literature at Lancaster University, delivers the ninth annual Theos lecture
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Religion in the Media
A daily roundup of media stories about religion.
Atheists can be among the "keenest champions" of freedom of religion and belief, a conference in London was told
It’s time we stopped celebrating everything too soon and lived in the here and now
Founder insists believers are welcome as well as long as they don't have religious symbols on their headstones
British Muslims planning to set up their own programme to rival the government’s counter-radicalisation Prevent scheme
In just five years, white evangelicals have become much more likely to say a person who commits an “immoral” act can behave ethically in a public role
The Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church visits London. He consecrates a new cathedral and meets Archbishop of Canterbury and the Queen. Just an ordinary visit?
This unjust programme alienates law-abiding British Muslims, undermining the police’s ability to actually prevent terrorist attacks, argues Amrit Singh
John Milbank and Adrian Pabst's new book explores the "post-Liberal" moment, but leaves me wondering about the future, writes Rowan Williams in an extensive review
Muslim woman had her hijab repeatedly grabbed by an "aggressive" man who tried to pull it off her in a hate crime attack in central London
What were Hillary Clinton's thoughts on faith while she was First Lady?
Should progressive Christians tax the Church?
Will women be the key in turning Evangelicals away from Trump?
Three men have vandalised, and attempted to firebomb a local mosque in Kansas
The Chinese state adds further restrictions to religious organisations acting in schools.
While the evangelical right is in decline in the US, its counterpart in Latin America is a driving force behind the shift to the political right