9th April 2021
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Welcome to your April newsletter from Theos.
We hope you had a peaceful Easter, and are enjoying the prospect of life opening up a little (as the weather warms up, we trust).
It’s been another busy month at Theos, with online events and some big news from our Director.
After ten years at the Theos helm, Elizabeth Oldfield is moving on from us. Please do read her blog to find out more about her decision. For fans of The Sacred, do not fear. She will continue to host the podcast and bring her unique blend of honesty and curiosity to each conversation. And on the subject of The Sacred – it’s back! With a brand new look and feel, you can now listen to new episodes, all found in the usual places.
At the end of March we enjoyed a fantastic launch event for our first ever animated short film My Dream, My Taste created by award-winning filmmaker Emily Downe.
Our team continue to host important conversations about faith and society. Dr Nick Spencer discusses the impact of Samuel Huntington’s ‘The Clash of Civilisations’ in his long-read, and Theos researcher Simon Perfect will chair a talk by the Bishop of London on neighbourliness in a global context on 13th April.
As always, we love hearing your thoughts on our work. Please continue to share with us via email@example.com.
The Theos team
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