2016: Terry Eagleton, Distinguished Professor of English Literature at Lancaster University, delivers the ninth annual Theos lecture
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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.
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
The London Evening Standard publish an excerpt from our Annual Lecture given by Prof Terry Eagleton
The "Centre for Public Christianity" from Syndey, Australia sit down with Theos Research Director Nick Spencer to discuss his latest book
A Christian Today article on our 2016 Theos Annual Lecture delivered by Prof Terry Eagleton: "The Death of God and the War on Terror"
Newsweek publishes an extract from our Annual Lecture for 2016: "The Death of God and the War on Terror" by Prof Terry Eagleton
Mark Woods reviews Nick Spencer's new book, "The Evolution of the West: How Christianity Has Shaped our Values", for Christian Today
An excerpt from "A Soul for the Union", a recent report written by Ben Ryan, is featured in The Montreal Review
In praise of adoption and the messy family of God
Mark Hatcher presents our most recent report in an article for Counsel Magazine
Paul Bickley writes for Newsweek on Labour's problem with anti-semitism
On how empathy and forgiveness, often the fruits of prayer, are the building blocks of a healing that will hold and the basis of real unity