A study of belief in post-religious Britain demonstrates that spiritual beliefs are no weaker today than they were in the past.
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Theos in the Media
Prospect Magazine covers the Theos Annual lecture by Marilynne Robinson
Marilynne Robinson's 2013 Theos Annual lecture covered in Intelligent Life
Theos Director Elizabeth Oldfield's letter published in the Guardian
The Pope and Archbishop of Canterbury are changing their churches to a degree few could have predicted - Evening Standard
Throw enough mud and some of it will stick. This is the strategy of those with a vested interest in resisting secularism.- Huffington Post
Millions of religious people would love to adopt but fear discrimination by the authorities on account of their faith - The Telegraph
Justin Welby says the Christian bit of Christmas is not what gets people into debt. - News Talk Live (Channel 5)
Theos data cited on Start the Week, Andrew Marr talks about George Herbert - BBC
Perhaps a large survey of adults by think tank Theos is a pointer. - Huffington Post
Your weekly guide to what's really going on in the world of books - Independent
Evaluating the two very different Catholic responses to the EU - The Tablet blog
God and Politics Blog covers new Theos report
ComRes has carried out some fascinating polling for Theos, the Christian think tank about spiritual beliefs - The Independent
A study by Theos shows the apparently limited appeal of scientific materialism. - New Statesman
Report on new funding techniques by the Sunday Assembly - Financial Times