Our newest report argues that there's little evidence that religious charities proselytize as part of their community action.
Become a friend
Become a friend of Theos Individuals can receive regular Theos publications by becoming a Friend for as little as £60 per year.
Sign up for email updates
We’ll notify you of our new reports and keep you up to date with important changes here. We promise not to spam you.
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.
Want to keep up to date with the latest news from Theos? Click here to join our monthly e-newsletter. We'll let you know about our latest reports, blogs and events.
Theos Director Elizabeth Oldfield on UK cinemas refusal to show advert featuring the Lord's prayer
Ben Ryan gives a news review on Trans World Radio.
Listen to Mark Vernon and Rupert Sheldrake discuss Nick Spencer's book, Atheists: The Origin of the Species
Paul Bickley discusses his report on proselytism with Keith Porteous Wood of NSS on BBC local radio stations around the UK
Theos Director Elizabeth Oldfield on BBC World Service Weekend
Christian Today article about the latest Theos report 'The Problem of Proselytism' by Paul Bickley
Theos' Paul Bickley discusses our new report, The Problem of Proselytism, on BBC Radio 4
Churchill 2015 Global Leadership Programme: launch of panel reports and debate
Ben Ryan on Trans World Radio discusses the ways faith and politics interact.
Are Church of England bishops as left wing as they seem?
Church Times reports on Theos Annual Lecture
Baroness O'Neill, chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, has warned that there is no way of securing freedom of expression and a right not to be offended.
Article reports on O'Neill's comments about freedom of expression and freedom of religion and belief at the Theos Annual Lecture
EHRC chair speaks out over right to offend
Public has no right ‘not to be offended’ over religious matters