Publications & research

The nature and status of religious belief in contemporary Britain (with particular reference to the concept of “truth”) as reflected by acts of collective worship in a sample of Luton schools since the 1988 Education Reform Act)
(PhD thesis – King’s College, London, June 1999)

Collective workship: a window into contemporary understandings of the nature of religious belief
(British Journal of Religious Education, vol 22:2, Spring 2000)

How on earth do we find out what is going on in Collective Worship?  – an account of a Grounded Theory approach
(British Journal of Religious Education, vol 23:3, Summer 2001)

Collective worship: issues and opportunities
(SPCK, 2004; 0281055866)

Foreword to “Honest to God: forty years on”
(ed. Colin Slee; SPCK, 2004; 0334029392)

Ecclesiology: what kind of church are we?   Proclaiming the Gospel afresh in each generation
(Study Day for clergy in the Kingston Episcopal Area, 2005)

Time for bully-off
(Church Times, 15 May 2009)

It’s the Theology, stupid!
(Church Times, 28 January 2011)

Book review: “Voices from the Borderland” by Chris Shannahan
(Church Times, 6 May 2011)

Taking Christian-Muslim relations in the UK to the next level
(Common Ground News Service, 31 May 2011)

Why Science matters to Faith and where to start
(Church Times, 25 May 2013)

Lies, damned lies, science and theology: why everyone needs to learn the truth about science and religion
(“Update” – the newsletter of the British Regional Committee of St George’s College, Jerusalem, November 2013)