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Doing Good: A Future for Christianity in the 21st Century

Theos launches 'Doing Good', a report on the future of Christianity, drawing on a decade of research.

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Hilfield Friary and Unnecessary Good

The story of how the Hilfield Friary became essential to its local community.

Social liturgy and the Christian charity sector

In the second blog in our series on doing good and social liturgy Ben Ryan looks at the Christian charity sector

Doing God by Doing Good: a mini-series

The first in a mini series looking at what "Doing Good" means today. Nick Spencer introduces the idea of 'Christian Social Liturgy'


‘Silence’ and the politics of mission

Paul Bickley reflects on the politics of Shusako Endo's book, Silence.

Silence and weakness: how failure challenges faith

Nick Spencer reviews Martin Scorsese's latest movie, "Silence".

Doing Good: A future for Christianity

No, Christianity is not dying in the UK. Read our anniversary report to find out the details of a hopeful picture of the Church.


Jesus King of Poland. What does this mean for Christian Europe?

Is the crowning of Jesus as King of Poland a statement of Christianity's strength in Europe or a sign of its weakness?

Rights, freedoms and weapons

Is religious freedom disappearing from Britain? Are rights becoming weapons? Here's something to ponder

Sacred freedom, cryonics and techno-resurrection

More people are opting to freeze and preserve their bodies after they die - but what are the ethical implications?


Trump and the evangelicals

The white evangelical vote for Trump has caused particular anguish. Paul Bickley argues that it signals the influence of 'nominal evangelicals'.

It’s not post-truth politics that’s the problem

Much has been made of "post truth" politics, but from Trump to Brexit it is Western liberalism's loss of vision that has opened the door.

How to make America great again

Trump's victory will see a disentangling of US evangelicalism from Republican politics, hopes Paul Bickley.


Passing on Faith: A Confidence Boost for Parents

Olywn Mark, author of our report Passing on Faith, asks why parents are reluctant to make efforts to pass on their beliefs to their children

What good are London's mega churches?

Birmingham University's Andrew Davies sets out the findings of a new study on mega-churches and social engagement.

Why 'pardoning' gay men does not redeem Parliament

Ben Ryan on why the language of 'pardon' is at best odd, and at worst offensive for an unjust law that destroyed the lives of countless men

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