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On Tuesday 9th June over twenty academics and civil society leaders came together for the first time as part of the newly formed Faith and Flourishing Neighbourhoods Network. During the day-long meeting, kindly hosted by the Diocese of Birmingham, members interrogated the concept of “community” and shared their own experiences, weaving together academic theory with hands-on […]


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  Friends of the William Temple Foundation and members of the public are invited to attend the inaugural lecture of Professor Chris Baker: ‘Globalised Religion in an Era of Uncertainty’ at the University of Chester on Tuesday 22nd September. Celebrating his appointment as the William Temple Professor of Religion and Public Life, our Director of […]


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We’re pleased to announce the publication of A Philosophy of Christian Materialism – Entangled Fidelities and the Public Good written by the Foundation’s Director of Research Chris Baker and Associate Research Fellow John Reader, together with US theologian Tom James. The book takes as its starting point the theologies of Christian thinkers including William Temple, […]


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