Shaping debate on religion in public life.


Tim Howles considers how the environmental crisis might revive our conceptualisation of utopia and our political agency. Like many of us, I will very soon be voting in council elections. The party-political literature that has begun to drop through my letter-box tells me that my vote can bring about change. One candidate invites me “to make Brexit Britain […]

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Universal Credit – Universal Chaos?

by Greg Smith

05/04/2018 08:09

Greg Smith’s latest blog reflects on work at the sharp end of austerity Britain, and theological approaches to change. “I’ve been working for 38 years, never been out of a job. I want a job – I left the last one because I had to for my own mental health, and now I find I have […]

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Broken, Apologetics and Faith in the Media

by Rosie Dawson

29/03/2018 08:18

Rosie Dawson reflects on Christian apologetics in the media as she considers a recent publication by Elaine Graham. The brilliant Jimmy McGovern drama Broken was yesterday shortlisted for the Radio Times Reader award in collaboration with the Sandford St Martin Trust, which recognises and celebrates the best programming about faith, belief and ethics. Sean Bean plays Father Michael Kerrigan, […]

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