Thomas Andrew explores the forgotten Christian contributions to our most iconic legal document - Magna Carta.
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A campaign to have the architect Gaudi made a saint reveals some of the tensions in how we perceive the public square
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Andrew Bradstock and Jenny Sinclair argue that now is the time to forge a new politics which has the common good at its heart
Angus Ritchie discusses how we can put the common good back into the heart of our political and economic systems
Simon Perfect argues politicians should be able to do God, but they must extend respect to religious leaders speaking about politics
Nick Spencer asks what lies beneath the word 'secular'
David Savage argues the case for non-religious chaplaincy
Asgar Halim Rajput describes the needs of Muslim chaplains and how to meet them
Maddy Fry claims financial threats to university chaplaincies can disadvantage staff and students
Lindsay Meader talks about the importance of theatre chaplains
Andrew Todd explains how despite its range of locations, chaplaincy always has pastoral care at its core