Nick Spencer, senior fellow at Theos think tank on religion and society, reviews the ‘secret history’ of science and religion, in a three-part series on BBC Radio 4. He suggests that at the heart of the tension is a false choice of vewing humanity as an “it”, rather than a “you” […]
Diarmaid MacCulloch, Professor of the History of the Church at the University of Oxford, reflects on a British Academy report that theology and religious studies risk disappearing from universities ‘just at the time when we need them most’. In an increasingly adversarial culture, graduates have an unrivalled understanding of humanity […]
Reflects on how a new journalism award will honour the importance of understanding religious
The Sandford St Martin Trust gives annual awards to promote excellent broadcasting about all faiths. This year it is introducing a new Journalism Award, saying good journalism understands that news is often complex and a true understanding or […]
Outlines concerns on ‘Living in Love and Faith’ sexuality project
Jayne Ozanne, founder director of the Ozanne Foundation, is an evangelical Christian who came out as gay in 2009. She was a founding member of the Archbishops’ Council for the Church of England (1999-2004). Her foundation works with religious organisations […]
Dr Eeva John, Enabling Officer of the Living in Love and Faith project, gives her reaction to concerns over the representation of open LGBTI people in the process.
The Living in Love and Faith project is committed to involving, listening to and articulating the voices of the widest possible range of people […]