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Cults: Blind Faith?

In popular media, cults are often the object of morbid curiosity, in the same category as serial killers, celebrity breakdowns, and the scandalous exploits...

Permanent Private Halls: the good, the bad and the ugly

Marnie Ashbridge demystifies the rumours about life in a PPH and highlights the financial challenges that they are facing without the status of an Oxford college.

A Crisis of Faith?: the role and responsibilities of organised religion

When David was King of Israel, his people is said to have been ravaged by a plague claiming the lives of hundreds...

Nuns n’ Rosaries

The highs and lows of growing up Catholic.

Would you risk your life on God? Reflections on Professor John...

Prompted by Professor John Lennox's new book, Jack Sagar grapples with questions about science, God, and the faith that binds us all together.

Ramadan – a month like no other

The most important month in the Muslim calendar explained

Ask Uncle Sam: How To Get A Summer Bod

Uncle Sam says piety will help you shed those pounds.

Inheriting the earth: students twice as likely to worship

2.6% of students regularly attend services, compared to 1.4% of the general population

John’s votes against new officer to defend freedom of speech

The motion passed narrowly at its first reading two weeks ago, but failed to pass at a JCR meeting on Sunday.

Tabloids must stop using children as a bastion for bigotry

In light of the response to the Church of England's report on the protection of transgender children, Naomi Packer considers how the media uses children to further their views