Politics

Politics is the art of living together. It's a moral enterprise.

Western politics owes a significant debt to Christianity. It continues to offer a unique and important contribution to political life, not least through examining and critiquing the moral assumptions that underpin all policies, politics and public life.

Theos believes that Christians – and indeed all people of faith, whether religious or secular – should be able to engage in politics according to their own deepest commitmets, paying proper attention to the demands of public debate whilst doing so.

Our work focuses on what this Christian contribution to public life has, should and will look like.

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A Soul for the Union

This report argues that if the EU is going to be worth saving, it needs to find a moral purpose that resonates with its citizens.

The Church and the Charter

Thomas Andrew explores the forgotten Christian contributions to our most iconic legal document - Magna Carta

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.

Is there a “Religious Right” emerging in Britain?

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

The Politics of Christmas

Christmas is about spending time with family and friends... at least that is what the vast majority of us think.


Turbulent Priests?

This report reviews the role of the Archbishop of Canterbury in contemporary English politics.

Freedom and Order: History, Politics and the English Bible

Nick Spencer traces the influence of the Bible on British political life and thought.

Counting on Reform

Helping you to understand the AV referendum.

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