Religious art for atheists

Can art fulfill the purpose of religion in a pluralist, secular society? Can we reconcile religious dogma with individual artistic creativity?

FT arts editor Jan Dalley discusses the long and sometimes fraught relationship between religion and art with Alom Shaha, physics teacher, film-maker and author of “The Young Atheist’s Handbook”, history painter Tom de Freston, and art critic Richard Cork.

Produced by Griselda Murray Brown