A book exploring how different Christian politicians have used (and abused) religion in their politics. Read the introduction online here.
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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.
A condensed extract from 'The Mighty and the Almighty' on May's politics
Nick Spencer featured on Radio 5 Live morning show
Nick Spencer's article in the Telegraph on Christian leaders in politics and 'The Mighty and the Almighty'
Nick Spencer interviewed on BBC Radio Wales about 'The Mighty and the Almighty'
Mail Online article with Alastair Campbell's criticism of the PM's Easter message references Nick Spencer on leaders and their faith
Nick Spencer featured on LBC's Saturday morning show
Article from the Mail Online on 'The Mighty and the Almighty'
Nick Spencer unpacks 5 of the leaders featured in 'The Mighty and the Almighty'
Debate on new book on political leaders on Thursday morning's show
The Guardian's article covering 'The Mighty and the Almighty'
Article in Christian Today about our recent book 'The Mighty and the Almighty' that charts politicians' attempts to map faith in politics
Theos' Paul Bickley provides his thoughts to the Guardian on the Easter Egg row.
Theos' Ben Ryan gives his thoughts on the recent spat between the National Trust, Cadburys and the Church.
Paul Bickley writes about the "Easter Egg" spat and what the responsibilities of the Church are.
Researcher Ben Ryan speaks about Article 50, Northern Ireland, and the NHS