Nick Spencer and Angus Ritchie set out "Why Christians should believe in humanism, and humanists in Christianity"
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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
Nick Spencer reflects on the 7th Annual Theos lecture
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Frank Cottrell Boyce looks at what war and grief actually do to faith
When it comes to morality and a role in public life religion has a lot to shout about - and deserves the chance to do so.
In the wake of David Goodhart's Theos lecture, Tom Andrew asks what a Christian contribution to post-liberal politics might look like
Clifford Longley reflects on neoliberal capitalism and striving for the common good
Ben Ryan argues it isn't what liberal critics want it to be - but the ramifications of this synod are very radical indeed.
Religious education teacher Kenny Primrose examines AC Grayling's case for a redrawn RE curriculum