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Topic: British Humanist Association

Why Rowan Williams is much more comfortable as an academic than he was as an archbishop; and why he should never have gone to Canterbury in the first place

If we really have to have an established Church, its head needs to take the defence of basic Christianity quite seriously

Andrew Copson: ‘What is aggressive secularism supposed to mean?’

In the second in our series of interviews with prominent critics of the Church, the chief executive of the British Humanist Association explains why he is indifferent to Catholicism

London Oratory ordered to change admissions policy

Decision follows complaint by humanist organisation

Why we decided to interview Stonewall’s Ben Summerskill

Engaging the Church’s most vocal critics is risky, but ultimately worthwhile

I’m a direct descendant of Darwin, but I have discovered the beauty of the Catholic faith

The author’s great-great-great grandfather is a New Atheist hero, but she is a Catholic apologist

Faith is not a crutch – it’s a burden

It is much easier not to be a Christian

Plan for two new Catholic schools in London under threat

High Court grants judicial review of plan to open a Catholic primary and secondary in Richmond

Humanists to mount legal challenge against new schools

Richmond council is expected to face a legal challenge following an application to build two new Catholic schools in the area

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The papal visit gave a boost to Humanism

Catholics were thrilled by Pope Benedict XVI’s trip to Britain. A leading Humanist journalist tells Ed West that secularists were too