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Natan Mladin speaks to BBC Radio Norfolk about our recent chaplaincy mapping project in Norfolk and the growth of chaplaincy outside of the traditional and established forms of religion.
Catch up on the recording at the BBC Radio Norfolk website, where Natan features 2h10m in.
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Nathan joined Theos in 2016. He holds an MTh and PhD in Systematic Theology from Queen’s University Belfast. He is the author of several Theos publications, including “Forgive Us Our Debts: lending and borrowing as if relationships matter”, a report on the ethics of debt (with Barbara Ridpath), and the chapter on ‘Václav Havel’ in “The Mighty and the Almighty: How Political Leaders do God” (Biteback, 2017). His current research interests include: religion in London; theology and economics; the ethics of AI/robotics; and theology and contemporary art.
Posted 3 August 2017
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