Thomas Andrew explores the forgotten Christian contributions to our most iconic legal document - Magna Carta
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Ben Ryan comments on reasons behind the decline of the German Catholic Church for Newsweek
Ben Ryan comments on the shifting nature of Europe's religious make up on Debating Europe
Elizabeth Oldfield interviewed on the idea of sin and the Papal Encyclical 'Laudato Si'.
Thomas Andrew, author of 'The Church and The Charter' on MercatorNet
Theos author Tom Andrew on ABC.au
This Monday marks the eight-hundredth anniversary of the signing of Magna Carta by King John - Tablet
Nick Spencer comments on the role of the Church in charter's survival - Law Society Gazette
Theos Research Director Nick Spencer on Radio Nottingham
The freedoms contained in the 1215 document originate 'with the Christian Church and Christian theology' - Catholic Herald
Theos author Tom Andrew discusses his new report on TWR UK
FIFA needs ethical as well as structural reform, argues Paul Bickley
Nick Spencer comments on the decline of church attendance in a Guardian article addressing shrinking Anglican congregations
Elizabeth's 'Thought for the day' referenced as an example of the programme ignoring Tory listeners - Telegraph
Theos' Director Elizabeth Oldfield speaks about Charles Kennedy and his 'eulogy virtues' - Thought for the Day
Theos Research Director Nick Spencer spoke on BBC Radio 4's 'Beyond Belief' programme, considering humanism and belief