The latest reports from Theos think tank.
A study of belief in post-religious Britain demonstrates that spiritual beliefs are no weaker today than they were in the past.
A summary and analysis of existing evidence relating to schools with a religious character.
Theos' response to the British Humanist Association's paper, 'Worse than an Educated Guess'
David Barclay advocates a new approach to living together, grounded in localised ‘political friendships’.
Andy Walton looks at whether there is a "Religious Right" emerging in Britain
Nick Spencer and Holly Weldin argue that the traditional division of people into religious and non-religious camps is unsustainable.
Dr Angus Ritchie argues that theism provides a better basis than atheism for moral reasoning.
Sixteen legal experts explore the often fraught relationship between religion and law in Britain today.
This report shows the impact and significance of cathedrals on English life extends far beyond their role as tourist destinations.