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Theos stimulates the debate about the place of religion in society, challenging and changing ideas through research, commentary and events.
Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to writer and nurse Christie Watson. 18/05/2022Podcast
Hannah Rich shares early insights from current Theos research on faith and economic insecurity. 17/05/2022In Depth
Nick Spencer speaks to Robin Dunbar. 17/05/2022Podcast
For Mental Health Awareness Week, Simon Perfect explores the roles churches are playing, and could play, in supporting mental health. 13/05/2022In Brief
Latest thoughts from the Theos team and guest contributors on current issues around religion and society.
In this report, we contend that theology offers a different way of exploring excessive economic inequality, and can open up new avenues of consensus between political and social positions that have typically been at odds. (2021)
Theos researches and investigates the intersection of religion, politics and society in the contemporary world.
Iain McGilchrist will be in conversation with Nick Spencer to discuss science, religion, the brain, the sacred, and the future of humanity.Book Tickets
Our series of seminars ‘How to mix religion and politics’, ends with exploring how Jesus’ trial has been interpreted.Book Tickets
The second in our series of ‘How to mix religion and politics’ examines the pressure on two fundamental virtues of our political system.Book Tickets
Our series of seminars ‘How to mix religion and politics’, begins with exploring renewed interest in the common good.Book Tickets
Theos hosts public debates, discussions and lectures about religion and society.
Theos is regularly quoted in mainstream media across broadcast, print and digital.
Linda Woodhead, Professor, Sociology of Religion, Lancaster University
In the final episode of this series, Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to author and podcaster Vanessa Zoltan. 26/01/2022Podcast
Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to public intellectual and author Rupert Read. 19/01/2022Podcast
Elizabeth speaks to social critic, feminist theorist and poet Minna Salami. 12/01/2022Podcast
Elizabeth Oldfield speaks to lecturer and author Dr. Stuart Ritchie. 05/01/2022Podcast
Theos produces two podcasts: The Sacred, exploring how we can have better public conversations about the things we value, despite our differences; and Reading Our Times, exploring the books and ideas that are shaping us today.
Jon Cruddas MP