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Times Higher Education reports on the ‘Proselytism and secularism’ panel at Theos’ Faith and Belief on Campus conference. 13/07/2019
Times Higher Education reporter Matthew Reisz outlines some of the key arguments made in the ‘Proselytism and Secularism’ panel at Theos’ Faith and Belief on Campus conference, which launched the new Theos report ‘Faith and Belief on Campus: Division and Cohesion’.
Read the Times Higher Education article here.
Simon joined Theos in 2014. He is a researcher and tutor at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), where he leads campus–based and distance–learning courses exploring Muslim communities in Britain and in other minority settings.
Posted 13 July 2019
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