The coronation is a Church of England service, expanded for the contemporary age.
In previous generations, a divorcee becoming king would have been unpalatable to many. But Charles embodies the modern character of monarchy and the liberal values of wider society.
With the Church of England considering gender-neutral language to refer to God, a feminist theologian explains how Christianity has historically recognized many pronouns to refer to the divine.
This is far from the first time alternative words for God have been discussed.
King Charles inherits a multi-faith Britain. An expert explains the monarch’s complicated relationship with religion.
A scholar of British history explains how the ornate church and its significance to the monarchy have changed over centuries.
Queen Elizabeth II encouraged tolerance in a multifaith United Kingdom. To appreciate the significance of her efforts, it is important to understand the country’s complicated religious history.
The Church of England’s apology for medieval antisemitism is welcome. But there is something missing.
The Puritans had little tolerance for those who didn’t conform to their vision of the world.
Religious voters have long, historical ties to particular parties, but the changing nature of politics is shifting their allegiances.
In choosing a Hebrew Bible belonging to a civil rights leader, Rabbi Jacob Rothschild, Sen. Jon Ossoff appeared to be sending out a message on the strong historic ties between Black people and Jews.
A spirit of rebellion took the people of Cromwell’s England and celebrations went ahead despite strict rules banning festivities.
Churches will remain closed over Easter, but theologians have argued over the centuries that faith itself, not ritual, is the heart and soul of Christianity.
By practising double standards, Conservative Christians are missing the point of the scriptures.
The church is itself divided on Brexit, but that doesn’t mean it can’t provide guidance for a polarised community.
Two thirds of Anglicans supported leaving the EU but most evangelicals and charismatics voted Remain.
Children are often the ones who decide what’s ‘right’ and ‘wrong’.
Women clergy are still fighting a battle for acceptance in the church.
The bishops could not be more culturally tone deaf.
50 years after Time magazine’s famous ‘Is God Dead?’ cover, Church attendance numbers are tumbling. But that doesn’t mean Christianity is on the way out.