Shaping debate on religion in public life.

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We’re delighted to announce details of a high-profile conference marking the enduring legacy of Archbishop William Temple, seventy years after his death. ‘Reclaiming the Public Space’ will explore the role of religion in contemporary public life, asking what role can Christianity – and all faiths – play in developing a just society. A fantastic guest […]


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Throughout June and early July, staff and Fellows of the William Temple Foundation will be involved in a wide range of conferences, public lectures and other activities, up and down the country. Book now to catch us at the following events: 10 June – London Our Director of Research Chris Baker will speak on the […]


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The William Temple Foundation plays a key role in the Philosophy and Religious Practices Network, with our Director Chris Baker a co-investigator, and Associate Research Fellow John Reader as a member of the advisory group. Over sixty academics and practitioners attended the network’s highly engaging conference at the University of Chester last month. John Reader […]


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