The Case for Christian Humanism

Nick Spencer and Angus Ritchie set out "Why Christians should believe in humanism, and humanists in Christianity"

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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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BBC Radio 4 - Sunday

Theos Research Director Nick Spencer discusses our latest report, "The Case for Christian Humanism" with philosopher AC Grayling - Radio 4

Christians should be more humanist says Theos... but humanists don't agree

Christian Today reports on the Theos report "The Case for Christian Humanism", with response from the BHA

Humanism belongs to believers

Theos report argues that the concept of humanism is rooted in Christianity and, deprived of its roots, it cannot thrive - The Tablet

Humanists’ holy row with ex-archbishop

Article discussing Theos' new report, "The Case for Christian Humanism" - Times

Siblings divided by a common language

Christianity and humanism should be singing from the same hymn-sheet, argue Nick Spencer and Angus Ritchie - Church Times

The whole point of Christianity is to create a deeper form of humanism

It seems that making the human stand out as morally particular requires some sort of leap of faith - Guardian

Catholic schools record rise in pupils from ethnic minorities

Theos research cited in Catholic Herald

Catholic Social Teaching too radical for politicians, says Labour MP

Report from last week's Theos Annual Lecture - Tablet

Why we should use the language of Christianity in public discourse

There was an interesting exchange last night at the annual lecture for Theos, the think tank that does God.

The School of Athens

Could a ragtag bunch of modern philosophers recreate ‘The School of Athens’ outside St Paul’s? - Independent

The Guardian view on Rowan Williams and the veil: democracy can’t always be simple

Misrepresentation is the enemy of serious thought: the idea that all difficult and complicated things can only be discussed in private is defeatist and damaging - Guardian

BBC Radio 4 - Thought for the Day

Theos Director Elizabeth Oldfield talks about human nature, and why we fail to do what we know to be right

Religion Is Important - And Not Just the Bad Bits

Theos researcher Ben Ryan blogs in the Huffington Post

Rowan Williams: Fears about Muslim veil 'misplaced'

In an interview about language and the way we talk about God, Rowan Williams said that language does not operate in a straightforward manner, but is instead embodied in practice - Christian Today

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