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How to think about religious freedom

Nick Spencer cuts through the complexities of religion and law to give a clear and judicious overview of what is at stake.

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David Cameron: Big Society 'invented by Jesus'

Claiming a lengthy precedent for his Big Society policy, the prime minister tells church members he wants to "see more of it" - Channel 4

The meaning of freedom

The Economist covers ' How to think about religious freedom' by Nick Spencer

Is there still a place for organised religion?

Elizabeth Oldfield quoted in Stylist magazine


Books for Lent

Elizabeth Oldfield's Lent Book recommendation featured in The Times

Is there still a place for organised religion?

Elizabeth Oldfield quoted in Stylist magazine

Word and Action go Hand in Hand-

Elizabeth Oldfield in Church Times (£)


Corrections and clarifications

Corrections and clarifications column editor issues a clarifying amendment to the article published earlier this week - The Guardian

Christians more hostile to benefit claimants than their clergy

Large numbers of churchgoers think spending on social security should be reduced - The Guardian

We need a two-tier welfare system

The benefits system should do more to reward behaviour most people want to see: The Guardian


Clergy preach to Cameron on benefit reform

Bishops claim destitution caused by changes to rules - Financial Times. Report cites Theos Welfare volume.

Minister gives moral case for welfare reform

IDS believes that there is a “moral imperative” for his welfare reforms - The Times


The growing belief that even the poorest should contribute to their own welfar

Jill Kirby blogs for Conservative Home.

Voters Believe Welfare State Will Be Gone In A Generation

Most voters believe the welfare state will have shrunk or be almost wiped out within a generation- Huffington Post

Voters expect welfare state to be lost

Most voters believe the welfare state will have shrunk or have been almost wiped out within a generation- Herald Scotland

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