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Good Neighbours: How Churches Help Communities Flourish

In a report for the Church Urban Fund, Paul Bickley argues that churches tackle the relational deficit blighting deprived communities.

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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.

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Muslims must scrutinise ‘fictions about Muhammad’, says historian Tom Holland

Tom Holland: Shenaz Bunglawala and Nick Spencer comment on radicalisation today

Holi City: Why London’s Crazy About The Indian Festival Of Colour

Nick Spencer comments on the place of religious festivals in society in the Londonist

Scottish referendum: About politics or about faith?

Nick Spencer discusses the referendum with Christianity Today


Vyhrať je najmenej

Theos researcher Ben Ryan article on Scottish referendum translated in Slovak Pravda.

Nick Spencer and Julian Baggini on the history of atheism

New atheism is constructed on a myth all of its own

Compact history of atheist thought

David Cornick reviews Nick Spencer's 'Atheists: The origin of the species' - Reform Magazine


With Their First Pope, Jesuits Are Making a Comeback

Ben Ryan offers comment on the Jesuit orientation of Pope Francis - Newsweek

Role of religion in schools

Under pressure after Trojan Horse scandal

Why Aren’t More Americans Atheists?

Turns out it has nothing to do with science. And everything to do with politics. Nick Spencer in Politico Magazine


There are as many atheisms as there are gods

Andrew Brown discusses Nick Spencer's book in The Guardian.

From Nietzsche to Richard Dawkins

Brandon Ambrosino interviews Nick Spencer for Vox

The eleventh commandment: Thou shalt obey Parliament

Nick Spencer quoted in The Economist this week.


Newsmaker: Patten, The Vatican and the populist Pope

Theos researcher Ben Ryan quoted in PR Week

Neighbourly help in wide demand, survey finds

TEN million people in England have been helped by a church in their area during the past year, new research for the Church Urban Fund (CUF) and Theos suggests - Church Times

Know Nothing: the True History of Atheism

The Slate Book Review reviews Nick Spencer's new book

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