A collection of 12 essays from the country's leading thinkers on welfare exploring the moral logic of and future hopes for the welfare state.
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Nick Spencer on what the welfare debate reveals about how we define generosity
St Margaret's keep their charitable status, but this debate has more worrying undertones.
Elizabeth Oldfield on why neither atheism nor Christianity are easy or obvious positions.
Is it a problem that the 85 wealthiest own as much as the poorest half of the world, if they earned their money fair and square?
Nick Spencer explores what we can learn from Theos' report Voting and Values in Britain
Maybe Islam is more like golf than fiscal conservatism – more like a practice, art or skill than it is a concept.
Ben Ryan looks at what the new appointment means for Catholics in the UK.
Ben Ryan argues we need a re-appraisal of inter-generational solidarity
What do you think the future holds?
Ben Ryan argues that despite the other cultural traditions involved Christmas is and always has been uniquely Christian.
Elizabeth Oldfield argues that despite our distaste at gender segregation, a ban won't help.
Most people abandoned 'winterval' years ago, so what do we make of 'badvent'?
The Theos team give their reading recommendations for Christmas
Ben Ryan argues that dismissing the Pope's message due to the supposed wealth of the Church is a weak response
Ian Christie reflects on the Theos Annual Lecture 2013 delivered by Marilynne Robinson