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Dr Andrew Davies explains why politicians and policy-makers must bring religious groups into the fold in an article for Bright Blue, an independent UK liberal conservative think tank and pressure group.
In a new article published in a special issue of the Religions Journal, Professor Jocelyne Cesari compares Israel and Turkey to demonstrate how religious nationalism can be analysed by a combination of historical institutionalism and conceptual history of religious ideas and doctrines.
Professor Candida Moss (Department of Theology & Religion) reports for The Daily Beast on the news that recent independent scientific testing on five fragments of Dead Sea Scrolls on display at the Museum of the Bible (USA) reveal that they are forgeries.
Podcasts of Nicholas Wheeler in conversation with Jocelyne Cesari on the religious and political dimensions of fear and trust.
Five members of staff from the CATENA project took part in an international consultation in Greece last week on the text of the Pauline Epistles.
Candida Moss writing for The Daily Beast.
Dr Jeremy Kidwell's (Department of Theology and Religion) new article on the relationship between pro‐environmental work and Christian identity, particularly in relation to eco-congregations, is published open access in Geo (with Franklin Ginn, Michael Northcott, Elizabeth Bomberg and Alice Hague).
Professor Jocelyne Cesari argues that increased securitisation negatively affects the exercise of religious freedom, in this piece for the Religious Freedom Institute.
Dr Katherine Brown argues that the idea that converts to Islam make the most violent jihadi women only disrupts counter-extremism efforts, in this insight article for the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change.
Grants totalling £549,585 awarded by the British Academy (BA) through its Sustainable Development Programme 2018.