Donald Trump’s sick religion

Michael Coren: The U.S. president’s demand that churches reopen is an attempt to exploit a uniquely American view of Christianity

LGBTQ people and ‘the harm being done by the Christian religion’

Michael Coren talks to the theologian and author Charles Fensham about the hatred toward LGBTQ people in conservative Christianity and how to stop it

Thomas Tobin can’t hide behind the Bible on LGTBQ issues

Michael Coren: ‘I would never argue that the Bible blasts support for LGBTQ people, but equally, when we read this collection of books with knowledge and without malice, I believe that it doesn’t condemn it either’

Inside the global persecution of Christians—and why it’s only getting worse

Q&A: Father Nadim Nassar, Anglican priest and director of the Awareness Foundation, a charity that encourages diversity and acceptance, on the threats Christianity faces

The faith-tarnishing tragedy of rugby’s Israel Folau

Opinion: Most of those who pay to watch him play disagree with him, and many are members of the litany he claims will suffer for eternity. It is outrageous to insist that they remain passive in all this.

The Christian music star who came out and lost her career: ‘It was immensely painful’

Q&A: Vicky Beeching was a beloved star in Christian music—that is, until she came out as gay. She speaks to Michael Coren about the fallout and her hopes for the Church

How two evangelism stars helped form Canada and America’s religious outlooks

The divergent paths of Billy Graham and Canadian pastor Charles Templeton changed how their countries saw religion’s role in public life

How powerful is the religious right in Canada?

Opinion: Various forces have made Canada’s Christian conservatives a weaker political group than America’s. Could that change?

Atheists need to understand that religion is here to stay

Why finding the middle ground between purely secular materialism and crazy religious fanaticism has never been more important

If there’s a war on Christmas, it’s being led by the most zealous Christians

Opinion: A tempest in a British sausage roll reveals who’s really warping Christmas values—those who ignore love for neighbour

Roy Moore and the hypocrisy of America’s evangelicals

Opinion: Evangelicals have positioned themselves as America’s moral compass for decades. But many are long due for a hard look in the mirror.

The Reformation at 500: Grappling with Martin Luther’s anti-Semitic legacy

Opinion: On the Reformation’s 500th anniversary, what lessons have been learned from the virulent but influential hatred of a foundational church figure?