Theos launches 'Doing Good', a report on the future of Christianity, drawing on a decade of research.
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Ben Ryan speaks on five of this week's new stories
Nick Spencer is part of the panel discussing the UK's future and the role of Christianity
Nick Spencer quoted in Glamour's article about the positive impact that faith can have on mental health
There's an old joke: What is the one thing that Christians and non-Christians have in common? They both hate evangelism
The Times uses Theos' stats on lottery participation and income
Nick Spencer introduces Southbank festival to which Theos will be among the contributors
Nick Spencer spoke to Premier Radio about the difficult balance facing clergy between administration and ministering to the flock
ERASMUS blog draws on our recent work on Barack Obama and plugs our forthcoming book 'The Mighty and the Almighty'
It’s nonsense to claim that western civilisation owes everything to pagan and Islamic forebears. Nigel Biggar references Nick Spencer's latest book "The Evolution of the West"
Nick Spencer writes guest piece for Living Church magazine outlining the main findings and thesis of our latest report 'Doing Good'
An extract from Nick Spencer's book, The Evolution of the West, explains how Churchill sought to defend ‘Christian civilisation’
Theos Research Director Nick Spencer featured on BBC Radio 4 Sunday programme, presenting our latest report 'Doing Good'.
Theos' report, Doing Good, is discussed in Christian Today. The report's foreword is by Justin Welby and Vincent Nichols
The TLS with a generous engagement with Theos Research Director Nick Spencer's latest book "The Evolution of the West".
John Denham reflects on our recent event on the nature of Englishness and defends the idea of national identity