Thomas Andrew explores the forgotten Christian contributions to our most iconic legal document - Magna Carta.
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Rupert Sheldrake on the nature, foundations and limits of science
Highlight clips from the Theos event with St Paul's Institute and Together for the Common Good 'Beyond Election Day'
Craig Calhoun, Shami Chakrabarti, Conor Kehoe, Loretta Minghella debate how to put the common good back into politics - April 2015
Andrew Todd, Ataullah Siddiqui, Ben Ryan and Joy Carter discuss the future of chaplaincy in the UK
Will Hutton - How good we could be: Morality, economics and the future of Britain. Q&A with Jon Cruddas and David Willetts.
In modern Western culture the prevalent view is that those who believe that there is more to the world we experience than scientific materialism would suggest are simply fantasising, and are clinging to outmoded habits of thought. This is fundamenta
For a generation a combination of economic and social liberalism has been intellectually and politically dominant. David Goodhart argues that the consensus is fraying.
Audio from Roger Scruton's author event at Theos on his recent book 'The Soul of the World'
Larry Siedentop gives a Theos author event on his recent book 'Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism'
Nick Spencer - Voting, Values and Virtue and Jonathan Chaplin - How to do Theology in Public
Audio now available of James K A Smith's brilliant talk from January 16th
Audio of James K A Smith's lecture on 16th January
Francis Spufford visited Theos to speak about the book Unapologetic: Why, despite everything, Christianity still makes surprising emotional sense.
A better basis for 'moral realism' - an atheist, a theist, and an agnostic discuss
The full transcript and audio of Alister McGrath's lecture at Westminster Abbey