Andy Walton looks at whether there is a "Religious Right" emerging in Britain
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The Clapham and Stockwell Faith Forum hosted their Multi-faith Winter Celebration in Brixton this evening.
Nick Spencer, Director of Studies at Theos, spoke today at the Visions of Prosperity seminar held by the Sustainable Development Commission.
Nick Spencer participated in a debate this afternoon considering the moral and ethical issues surrounding immigration.
Lord Melbourne, the 19th-century Prime Minister, once said, after hearing an evangelical sermon: “Things have come to a pretty pass when religion is allowed to invade the sphere of private life.” In recent times it has rather been the presence of religion in public life that has created controversy.
Theos and St.
The House of Commons Select Committee on Science and Technology has, this year, been charged with re-examining the 24-week upper time limit for abortions.
The lunchtime break at a conference can be so much more revealing than the conference itself.
Love thy neighbour: Can faith make good citizens?
How do we make good citizens? This was the question confronting two hundred guests tonight at a Theos debate in Central London on citizenship.
In spite of the pioneering work of Colin Russell, John Hedley Brooke and others there is still a widespread impression that science has squeezed God into a corner, killed and then buried him with its all-embracing explanations.
Nick Spencer, Director of Studies at Theos, partnered with Jonathan Chaplin, Director of the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics, today to discuss the public role of the Christian faith.
Unite/The College of Health Care Chaplains (CHCC) has called for urgent government action, following the publication of new research by Theos which revealed cuts to the chaplaincy service throughout England.
New research released today by the public theology think tank Theos has revealed major cuts to chaplaincy provision in nearly a quarter of NHS Trusts in England.
Radio 4’s Sunday programme recently discussed new Theos research into hospital chaplaincy.
Nick Spencer, Director of Studies at Theos, was, today, a key-note speaker at a day conference held by the Consultation Institute.