Mark Oakley, Canon Treasurer at St Paul's Cathedral, explores the conflict with God.
Guardian columnist Madeleine Bunting explores the unmet appetite for justice.
A personal reflection on elements of conflict found in the story of Jesus' ministry.
New York Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf explores the conflict between faith and identity.
Austen Ivereigh reflects on ending the cycle of conflict by becoming the forgiving victim.
Lord Ian Blair explores the conflict of religion in the public arena.
Rev Dr Giles Fraser reflects on the nature of sacrifice.
Rev Prof Alister McGrath on the relationship between natural science, faith and religion.
Sr Elizabeth Obbard explores how people's personal faith is shaped by formal religion.
Maajid Nawaz, co-director of the Quilliam Foundation, reflects on pluralism in society.
Financial journalist Andreas Whittam Smith explores the temptations of the financial world
Novelist Will Self reflects on the relationship between art and religion.
Melissa Raphael considers the idea of God's absence for many Jews in the Holocaust.
Frank Field reflects on a society that chooses to root its moral behaviour apart from God.
Professor George Pattison reflects on the benefits of God's absence.
Sister Frances Dominica reflects on her experiences alongside children and their families.
Richard Holloway searches for the reality of God's presence in absence.
Martin Bell reflects on his experience in war zones.
Tom Wright, Bishop of Durham, muses on the interval between Jesus's death and resurrection
Ann Widdecombe MP meditates on the psychological agony of Jesus on the cross.
Human rights lawyer Clive Stafford Smith has represented prisoners on Death Row.
Writer Mary Loudon challenges society's attitudes to mental illness.
Prof Terry Eagleton argues that self–fulfilment lies at the heart of the Gospel message.
Southbank director Jude Kelly suggests 40 days in the wilderness for the rich and powerful
Jeffrey John challenges the idea that suffering is God's punishment for sin.
Douglas Hurd puts himself in the shoes of Pilate.
Shami Chakrabarti compares the trial of Jesus and the treatment of suspects.
Cherie Booth QC reflects on the story of Zacchaeus.
Advertiser Chas Bayfield takes the story of Jesus overturning the tables in the temple.
The writer and comedian discusses the devil and temptation.