8th July 2020
Welcome to the July newsletter from Theos.
We are delighted to have launched two reports in the last month. The most recent, Religious London, featured in The Guardian, The Times, The Spectator, and The Independent and was launched with a lively online panel event you can watch back here. The news that London is more religious and socially conservative than elsewhere in Great Britain, and that religious believers in the city practice more intensely than elsewhere, has sparked a lot of interest.
Our report on Inequality also launched in June, featuring on BBC Radio and beyond, and argued that Christian theology and institutions have a unique contribution to make on economic inequality. You can download both from our research page. Or why not sign up as a friend to receive hard copies of all our reports?
Also for your perusal, we have a new long read on Yuval Noah Harari by Nick Spencer. Harari is one of the world's most influential thinkers, and Nick unpacks his arguments in his inimitable clear and witty style. If you’ve seen Sapiens or Homo Deus on friends' bookshelves, this is essential reading.
Until next month,
The Theos Team
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