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The Edward Cadbury Centre for the Public Understanding of Religion was established in 2014 to enhance the public understanding of religion regionally, nationally and internationally through distinctive, strategic and engaged interdisciplinary research. We deliver innovative, interdisciplinary, impact-driven and internationally-excellent research exploring the significance of religious belief and practice for public and professional life, working with faith communities and policy makers to develop informed agendas for social transformation.
Posted 11 January 2019
Dr Jagbir Jhutti-Johal writes for the Birmingham Perspective explaining why the ONS is right in not adding an additional specific response option to the 2021 Census ethnic group question for the Sikh community.
Posted 20 December 2018
Professor Jocelyne Cesari was recently interviewed for the Islam Channel on the historical and political reasons for the growing fear of Islam in the West. It was recorded on 6 December 2018 at Lambeth Palace in London during the World Muslim Leaders Forum.
Posted 14 December 2018
Some modern Christians believe the Bible contains no mistakes, inconsistencies or inaccuracies. Professor Candida Moss reports for the Daily Beast about a new book from a Princeton scholar arguing that the Gospel of Mark was more like a rough draft or collection of notes than a fully polished book.
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