Andy Walton looks at whether there is a "Religious Right" emerging in Britain
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Nick Spencer looks at the changing face of British religion
A guest blogger reflects on the role of the parish vicar
Guest blogger Francis Davis calls for the churches to lead the way in social innovation.
Paul Bickley on the theological causes of capitalism's woes.
Dr. Brennan Jacoby comments on the limitations of Wang Zuoan's recent plan to "liberate" Chinese from religious influence
Understanding Thatcher's political theology is essential to understanding her politics, argues Dr Graeme Smith.
Nick Spencer listens to Start the Week, and sighs
After Baroness Thatcher's death, Paul Bickley reflects on one of the former Prime Minister's most controversial ideas
"religious privilege" is often used as a cipher for something else, writes Elizabeth Oldfield
A recent ruling raises the old spectre of 'public opinion' unduly influencing official decisions, though in a unfamiliar direction
With the election of the new Pope and the enthronement of Archbishop Justin Welby coming within a week of one another, the church stands in a significant (and historically unique) position.
Nick Spencer takes an early look at the new Pope.
Jennie Pollock blogs on thee launch of Centre for Social Justice's report on modern day slavery
Paul Morrison argues that we need a more truthful debate around poverty and welfare reform
Paul Bickley blogs on by-elections, Black Mirror and Beppe Grillo - asking in light of these, what sustains democracy?