Interfaith activist Mohammed Ali Amla on how encountering “the other” is a valuable life lesson
Losses and gains as we try to fill the God-shaped hole in our post-Christian world.
A Hindu priest reflects on his wife’s suicide and its aftermath
One man’s extraordinary journey from Canterbury to Jerusalem in search of healing
The mother of the first Western hostage killed by I.S. reflects on hope, grief – and a faith stronger than death
Endless debates in the Church of England over gender and sexuality are putting people off. Time to call a truce?
The runner-up in our podcast competition, Zack Polanski, examines the relationship between faith and art
How exiled members of China’s Muslim minority mark the Islamic holy month
Former Times correspondent Ruth Gledhill on the best and worst of times as a religious journalist
Muslim writer Ayisha Malik on how her faith helps when her patience is tested