This report argues that if the EU is going to be worth saving, it needs to find a moral purpose that resonates with its citizens.
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Dr Rupert Sheldrake on one of the great cultural and religious treasures of the Anglican Church, Choral Evensong.
Nick Spencer samples the gay cake row
Ben Ryan on the European Union's need for an identity
Ben Ryan writes on the problem of Europe following the release of new report 'A Soul for the Union'
Nick Spencer comments on the Rhodes controversy and how we deal with the past
Dr Simon Mabon on the role of religion and politics in the rivalries between Iran and Saudi Arabia
Steve Holmes, author of Theos' report 'The Politics of Christmas', discusses the link between the plight of Syrian refugees and the Bible
Dr Jonathan Rowson discusses the outcome of Paris COP21
Nick Spencer on Islamophobia and why Donald Trump is so dangerous
The move towards deemed consent in organ donation may not be in the best interests of our society.
Angus Ritchie discusses a new report from the Commission on Religion and Belief in British Public Life
Why non-religious worldviews and beliefs should be included in RE
Nick Spencer on the Lord's Prayer, not coming to a cinema near you.
Within hours of the attacks on Paris on Friday night, President Hollande had called them an an act of war.
Elizabeth Oldfield on why sometimes silence is the most appropriate reaction.