Chris Shannahan is an urban theologian and a Research Fellow in Faith and Peaceful Relations at the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations, Coventry University. Prior to joining the Centre he worked in religious education, youth work and community organising. He is the author of A Theology of Community Organizing and other books.
Love and hunger in breadline Britain
We need a moral and spiritual revolution to replace the culture of shame with a politics of love and solidarity.
Desmond Tutu was right
As the UK General Election campaign heats up, who says politics and religion don’t mix?
President Trump and the Christian right
Does Trump’s election represent a victory for reactionary religion or a prelude to faith-based opposition?