Nick Spencer and Angus Ritchie set out "Why Christians should believe in humanism, and humanists in Christianity"
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Theos in the Media
Theos team members appear and our research is quoted regularly in mainstream media across broadcast, print and digital. This page includes the highlights.
Theos researcher Ben Ryan blogs in the Tablet
Should religious sympathies be a concern for UK political parties? - Wiki Times
The Theos director talks about Pope Francis' stance on religion and free speech - BBC
London supplies England with wealth, culture - and, increasingly, Christians - Economist
Nick Spencer claims Charlie Hebdo's decision to re-publish prophet Mohammed image was "making a point" - Premier Christianity
We have 'New Atheism,' 'New New Atheism,' and now a softer alternative, 'soft' atheism - Prospect
Tim Montgomerie and Giles Frasier discuss the Church of England and the government - Daily Politics
The Theos Research Director discusses his latest book 'Atheists: The Origin of the Species' - Avvenire
Christmas presents God as a baby, invoking Christianity as a deeper form of humanism - Mail and Guardian
While Christianity has produced its fair share of abuses and abusers, it has been a tremendous force for good in the world - Nation News
Theos research quoted in the Telegraph
Theos researcher Ben Ryan blogs for the Crick Centre
Theos quoted in the Guardian
Theos Research Director Nick Spencer discusses our latest report, "The Case for Christian Humanism" with philosopher AC Grayling - Radio 4
Christian Today reports on the Theos report "The Case for Christian Humanism", with response from the BHA