Reports

The latest reports from Theos think tank.

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How to think about religious freedom

Nick Spencer cuts through the complexities of religion and law to give a clear and judicious overview of what is at stake.

The future of welfare: a Theos collection

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.

Voting and Values in Britain: Does religion count?

Nick Spencer and Ben Clements examine the true relationship between religious and political commitments in Britain.


Executive Summary: Voting and Values in Britain: Does religion count?

Nick Spencer and Ben Clements examine the true relationship between religious and political commitments in Britain.

The Spirit of Things Unseen: belief in post-religious Britain

A study of belief in post-religious Britain demonstrates that spiritual beliefs are no weaker today than they were in the past.

More than an Educated Guess: Assessing the evidence on faith schools

A summary and analysis of existing evidence relating to schools with a religious character.


More than an Educated Guess: a Response to the British Humanist Association

Theos' response to the British Humanist Association's paper, 'Worse than an Educated Guess'

Making multiculturalism work

David Barclay advocates a new approach to living together, grounded in localised ‘political friendships’.

Is there a “Religious Right” emerging in Britain?

Andy Walton looks at whether there is a "Religious Right" emerging in Britain

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