Integration, Assimilation and Fundamental British Values

By Sean Oliver-Dee 22 May 2018

In the past 40 years, we've dealt with questions of identity, citizenship and ‘Britishness’, in a way that highlights the systemic difficulties encountered when trying to create a sense of common identity. Sean Oliver Dee proposes a new approach to the issue with ‘Invested Citizenship’, a form of citizenship in which, Christians can (and should) play an active part.

This talk is based on Sean Oliver Dee's Cambridge Paper, available to read online here

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The Art of Darkness

Philip Pullman, author of His Dark Materials, is well known for his antipathy towards religion. Yet his atheism has a distinctively Christian flavour. In this new paper, Tony Watkins argues that although Pullman insists that this world is all there is, he seems constantly drawn towards ideas of transcendence.

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