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.
Narcissism among young people is often associated with selfies and showing off on social media, but it can also take the form of religious expression or fanaticism.
Writers seem to be especially vulnerable in polarized times, when the nuances of works are more likely to be overlooked.
Study shows that so-called “socio-cultural attitudes” are not a plausible explanation for the Muslim penalty.
Media houses fined recently by Nigeria’s Broadcasting Commission for documentaries on terrorism should approach the courts for redress.
Seventy-five years after the partition of India, it’s time to dispel some commonly held misconceptions.
Recent incidents have been read as a campaign against Christians, but other religious groups feel they are targets too.
Can you be a woman with agency, be a feminist and have faith? After her marriage breaks down, former Pentecostal preacher Louise Omer travels the world in search of answers.
People are increasingly identifying less with religious tradition and are looking for meaning and identity in the things they love most.
Crystals are part of a larger tradition of metaphysical religions that have a long history in the U.S.
Purity culture is based in sexual abstinence until marriage.
An ongoing shift in Australia’s religious demographics is playing out in our laws. Perhaps the most obvious example is marriage equality.
India is now the third-largest birthplace of Australian residents behind Australia and England, while for the first time less than half of the population has identified as Christian.
Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim student organizations are rarities at most colleges and universities. An expert delves into why.
The monarch is the head of the Church of England but as Britain has become more diverse so has the approach to religion in jubilees.
A professor of religion and science explains different views on immortality, from the religious perspective of President Jimmy Carter to the scientific, secular take of Carl Sagan.
Lesser-known gods are featured in the Marvel series, which has pleased experts and fans alike.