On Sunday 13 May, Dr Rhiannon Grant participated in BBC One's The Big Questions, discussing 'Can you be a Christian without believing in God?'
CPUR Honorary Fellow Mandip Sahota is hoping to break down taboos while making people more aware of the signs and symptoms.
Professor Ben Pink Dandelion, Honorary Professor of Quaker Studies, has his research on Quaker beliefs referred to in The Guardian.
CPUR Honorary Fellow Imam Monawar Hussain writes about the first Oxford Three Faiths Week - an opportunity for Christians, Muslims and Jews, to meet each other and to go 'Beyond the Headlines.'
Professor Candida Moss, an expert on Early Christianity, talks to the Daily Mail about a bone that is believed to be a relic Pope St Clement (35-99 CE), found in a London bin by waste collectors.
Dr Jagbir Jhutti-Johal has written the introductory analysis article for the annual British Sikh Report, which this year focuses on mental health in the British Sikh community.
Held in partnership with the Commonwealth Initiative on Freedom of Religion or Belief (CIFoRB) project director, Baroness Berridge of the Vale of Catmose.
Honorary Fellow Dr Ann Conway Jones writes for the Oxford University Press Blog on a recent phenomenon in New Testament research.
Dr Andrew Davies was interviewed for BBC Radio Wales about religious freedom and belief in the Commonwealth ahead of this week's biennial Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, 16-18 April 2018.
Professor Jocelyne Cesari discusses her latest book, 'What is political Islam?', for Georgetown University's Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs YouTube channel.
Professor David Thomas, Director of the Christian-Muslim Relations project at the University of Birmingham, reflects on an incredible story of Christian-Muslim relations from 17th century Iceland.
CPUR welcomed Rev Dr Barbara Reynolds for an uplifting and inspiring open lecture at University of Birmingham. Dr Reynolds was speaking about the courage and resilience of Coretta Scott King, not just as the wife of Martin Luther King...