The Centre for Research in Religion and Social Policy provides a means of engaging with the issues of the contemporary world – by stimulating research and engagement activity across the whole institution and by building external partnerships.
These themes help RASP focus our research efforts but are not exclusive.
Read about current issues in religion and social policy from members of RASP and the University of Divinity. The University consists of eleven colleges representing a diverse range of Christian traditions so most blogs will reflect the perspective of our members but in engagement with a range of other perspectives. Contributors should send article material to the Director of RASP, Revd Dr Gordon Preece. email@example.com
Disclaimer: The University of Divinity does not accept any responsibility or liability for the opinions expressed in these pages.
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