This report offers new analysis about who Christian funding organisations are and what they are doing.
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Video & Audio
An archive of video and audio footage from our past events.
Profs. Robert Tombs and Michael Kenny will join us to explore the increasingly important debate about the nature of Englishness today.
The audio recording of Prof Terry Eagleton's lecture titled "The Death of God and the War on Terror"
The video recording of Prof Terry Eagleton's lecture titled "The Death of God and the War on Terror"
Theos director Elizabeth Oldfield interviewed on ABC Australia on the place of religion in the public square
What does it mean to be human? Elizabeth Oldfield chaired a discussion with Krista Tippet, a renowned broadcaster from the USA.
Giles Fraser argues Leave. Ben Ryan argues Remain. Andrew Goddard talks about approaching the debate.
Elizabeth Oldfield spoke at the Catholic Charity Conference 2016 about applying Catholic Social Teaching to investment
Journalist and author Ben Judah will come to talk about life and death in an increasingly religious city
Theologian Paula Gooder explores heaven’s role in the Bible & reflects on what place it might have in public theology today.
Dominic Grieve MP came to speak and answer questions on the British Bill of Rights at Theos on Thursday 4 February.
Everyone knows the narrative - the church in the UK is in decline. But is it that simple?
What's wrong with the present "science and religion" debate? Tom McLeish will challenge popular assumptions at the Theos office
The Theos Annual Lecture 2015 was given by Onora O'Neill, Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve at the Inner Temple, London
We bring leading Christian and humanist thinkers together to discuss what humanism can learn from Christianity
Tobias Jones discusses the joys and struggles of life in community, and what it means to really follow Christ