From Bali to China, Italy to India, the way people grieve varies greatly across the world.
He was an important philosopher, mathematician and social reformer of his time. But Richard Price was subsequently written out of history.
The majority of the world’s population identifies with a religion – could their faith be used to save the planet?
Fitness and religion make a potent combination, one people have explored for centuries.
What is shamanism, who practises it and what does it involve?
In a fraught and complex situation the Catholic Church sought to mediate the conflict where it could, but drew much ire and criticism for not doing enough.
Transforming finance could help businesses become more compassionate and inclusive.
Water is sacred in many religious traditions, holding power that can also be dangerous.
Stormzy’s new album contains some deeply personal reflections on faith.
Chaplains have always provided spiritual care outside traditional houses of worship, but their significance is growing as Americans’ religious identities change.
Liberal schools of thought largely inform how Muslims are viewed across Europe, research finds.
Bias-motivated attacks became a distinct crime in the 1980s. But police investigate only a fraction of the roughly 200,000 hate crimes reported each year – and even fewer ever make it to court.
A look at whether modern Buddhists adhere to the faith’s original religious principles or simply guilty of a cherrypicking cultural appropriation that turns religion into a fad.
Religious belief in the devil may have declined, but western demons are alive and well in popular culture and contemporary politics.
Politics in Ghana is heavily influenced by the Christian majority of the population.
In a series of discussions with journalist Sean O'Hagan, we meet an older, reflective theologically-probing musician, drawn to the Christian qualities of mercy, atonement and forgiveness.
Morrison’s religion and his government’s disastrous attempt to legislate a religious discrimination bill stirred up renewed public debate about the relationship between religion and politics.
Latest figures show that Northern Ireland comprises not just Catholics and Protestants but a third group that defies religious categorisation.
King Charles inherits a multi-faith Britain. An expert explains the monarch’s complicated relationship with religion.
If the All Blacks again fail to fire against Australia in the first Bledisloe Test, perhaps the game’s administrators should take advice from another group of experts entirely.