Nick Spencer and Angus Ritchie set out "Why Christians should believe in humanism, and humanists in Christianity"
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Nick Spencer explores.
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Matt Baker from Sports Chaplaincy UK blogs on the rise, and rise, of sport chaplaincy
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In the first of a series on faith and sport, Nick Watson and Brian Brock explore the ethics boxing and mixed method martial arts
To coincide with the recent release of a Christians in Sport/Bible Society report by Theos, Paul Bickley introduces a series of sport-themed blogs.
Angus Ritchie and Nick Spencer respond to Stephen Law's criticism of "The Case for Christian Humanism"
Nick Spencer and Angus Ritchie discuss the latest Theos report - The Case for Christian Humanism
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