Faith survey reveals a nation in doubt
A major study examining British attitudes to religion has found most people deeply uncertain in their own beliefs. Is doubt the enemy of faith — or its essential companion?
Scouts drop obligatory God vow to woo atheists
For the first time in its 106-year history, the Scout pledge has been tweaked to give newcomers the option of leaving out God. Is The Scout Association right to move with the times?
Philosopher’s book aims to end ‘God Wars’
In recent years, fierce debates have divided passionate atheists from firm believers. Now famous thinker Alain de Botton has provoked a storm of debate by suggesting a ‘middle way’.