A short history of Easter egg economics.
Mary Magdelene film props up a view of Judaism as archaic, unchanging and out of date.
Jesus and Mary are white, while an unsympathetic Peter is played with a cod 'African' accent.
What would our church and society look like if we were confronted with the reality that the body hung on the cross was brown?
Chocolate is proof the universe loves us and wants us to be happy. Here's how to hunt up the best, most-sustainable and ethically-tasty chocolate eggs this Easter.
Since the middle ages, scholars have been saying that our dates might be out by decades.
Christ can't simply be seen as a religious figure when his life and teaching were so political.
Crucifixion was more than just physical punishment, it was also a devastating emotional and psychological act of violence.
The power of the Easter story gave birth to the most beautiful music of the Christian calendar.
The promise of Easter, which Christians around the world celebrate, can be likened to the new struggle in South Africa for a new leadership and government that cares about the people.
Each year at Easter, Christians recreate the spectacularly violent end of Jesus's life, raising some tough questions about the depiction of suffering on stage.
Our Easter chocolate tradition is costing our waistlines, our health and our economy. So what can we do to wrestle back Easter from the chocolate industry?
In recent years, Australians appear to have become both more willing to declare themselves religious, and more willing to say they have no religion.
The rituals of Semana Santa during Easter Week bring Spain together and allow people to exorcise the country's ghosts.
It's all about what you do after you indulge.
While temptation can be an invitation to sin, experiencing temptation can also make us consider more deeply: What is it that tempts us and why?
Christian calendars usually differ when it comes to Easter celebrations – but not in 2017.
A scholar explains the rich historical roots of Easter and how it has evolved over the centuries.
Chocolate is so much more than 'junk food' and should be respected as part of a healthy diet.
Once again, Nigel Farage and his conservative allies are rushing to the defence of 'British values'. Needlessly, as it turns out.