This report offers new analysis about who Christian funding organisations are and what they are doing.
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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.
Eternity magazine in Australia reviews Nick Spencer's latest book "The Evolution of the West. How Christianity Has Shaped Our Values"
Theos Research Director points to the Christian sources of many of our Western values and institutions
ABC Religion and Ethics offers a substantial review of Nick Spencer's latest book "The Evolution of the West. How Christianity Has Shaped Our Values"
Nick Spencer's latest book "The Evolution of the West. How Christianity has Shaped our Values" gets mentioned in an article for the Irish Times
Theos Acting Director reviews "Saving the People: How populists hijack religion" edited by Nadia Marzouki, Duncan McDonnell and Olivier Roy for Church Times
The findings of our latest report 'Passing on faith' briefly discussed on the TODAY programme
Hattie Williams writing for Church Times picks up on the findings in our latest report 'Passing on faith'
Theos Acting Director Nick Spencer quoted and our latest report 'Passing on faith' referenced in The Telegraph
The Tablet picks up findings in our recent report "Passing on Faith" on how Christianity is taught and passed on from parents to children
It still has more to learn. Nick Spencer's The Evolution of the West is reviewed by The Economist
Theos Acting Director Nick Spencer discusses the continuing importance of Christianity on "Sunday Morning with..."
William Whyte offers a generous and balanced review of Nick Spencer's latest book "The Evolution of the West"
On liberalism, shared identities and the (third) way forward
Our report on English cathedrals referenced in this Guardian article by Simon Jenkins
A further echo of our recent Annual Lecture with Prof Terry Eagleton in The Economist