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Doing Good Better: The Case for Faith-based Social Innovation

This report examines how faith organisations are responding to social need in innovative ways, and asks what can be learnt from them.

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In addition to our weekly blogs, we write longer articles on religion in public life. Enjoy with a cup of tea.

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The plight of Christians in the Middle East

In light of the killing of 29 Christians in Cairo, Tamer Nashef writes on the important role of Christianity in shaping the Middle East

Our Common Creed: Secular Humanism, Reimagined

What binds Britain together as a nation? Theo Hobson argues it is 'secular humanism' - but says that this needs to be reimagined.

How real are you? Bill Viola's 'Martyrs'

In time for Easter, Anna Wheeler reviews Bill Viola's moving-image art installation at St Paul's Cathedral - 'Martyrs'.


The Past, as Zombie Hazard and Consolation

Francis Spufford writes about Britain's complex relationship with 'the past' in the latest in Our Common Creed series

Debate: Is faith a help or hindrance for the good life?

Theos' Nick Spencer and the British Humanist Association's Andrew Copson debate the good life for the Speakers' Corner Trust

Our Common Creed: "And who is a citizen?"

Robert Tombs looks how different perceptions of the "neighbour" come into play in contemporary politics


Our Common Creed: The Break

Melanie McDonagh writes about our culture's break with Christianity and its results in law, morality, popular customs, calendar and basic beliefs about the good life

The Trump Presidency: Everything Up for Grabs

The whirlwind presidency of Donald Trump raises troubling questions

Our Common Creed: Introduction to New Series

Nick Spencer introduces our new series of articles, 'Common Creed'


Our Common Creed: The Myth of Self-Authorship

Inaugurating our new series, Julian Baggini takes a good look at millennials, individualism, and the myth of self-authorship

The Mighty and the Almighty: Viktor Orbán

This essay will form part of a collection examining how a range of political leaders have 'done God'

The Hidden Faith of Hillary Clinton

How will [ed: would have] Hillary Clinton's faith shape[d] the future of the White House?


The Mighty and the Almighty: Nicolas Sarkozy

This essay will form part of a collection examining how a range of political leaders have 'done God'

The Mighty and the Almighty: David Cameron

This essay will form part of a collection examining how a range of political leaders have 'done God'

The Mighty and the Almighty: Tony Blair

This essay will form part of a collection examining how a range of political leaders have 'done God'

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