Geoffrey Rowell writes in The Times about things he found in Geneva and Romania, see Science and politics can mean nothing without faith.
Christopher Howse writes about Orkney for the Daily Telegraph in A round tower in the sea.
In the Guardian the Face to Faith column is written by Gordon Lynch and criticises several modern writers on religion.
Also in the Guardian Karen Armstrong writes that An inability to tolerate Islam contradicts western values.
The Church Times had a leader this week about The Crown’s right to choose priests.
And Giles Fraser wrote about how 1950s Britain was stirred by Bond, not shaken.