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Bishop Egan is right: hardline secularism simply does not work – and never will

Into the space created by secularism will flood some other not necessarily benign ideology

Secularism is not a strong foundation for British society, says Bishop Egan

Bishop of Portsmouth gives lecture at King’s College in London

Pope says Christians must work together to challenge secularism

Pope Francis calls for focus on essentials of Christianity during audience with Lutherans

Anti-Christian violence in the Middle East: the answer is more secularism, not multiculturalism

Douglas Alexander has raised the issue of persecution – what will Hague and Cameron do?

The Girl Guides’ new oath – sincere secularism or juvenile ageism?

A dismissive attitude to older generations will not help the Guides movement prosper

Let’s follow the example of the young American who engages atheists with courtesy and respect

On Brandon Vogt’s website the point of Catholics and secularists debating is not to win arguments, but to help each other find the Truth

Bishop says ‘twilight of Christian England’ demands that faithful speak out

Bishop Mark Davies says Christianity being marginalised is ‘not an entirely negative development’

Is our civilisation changing as drastically as it did during the Reformation?

In 200 years a latter-day Kenneth Clark might look on our society as a singular historical period that has passed away

Spiritual crisis lies behind economic troubles, says Ukrainian Catholic leader

Archbishop says Church needs courage to challenge society’s lack of ‘moral GPS’

Dr Rowan Williams says that ‘aggressive secularism’ has nothing to do with persecution; Lord Carey and Bishop Nazir-Ali disagree. Who’s right?

Dr Williams speaks from the perspective of the high table and senior common room: but Dr Nazir-Ali has actually been persecuted