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Religious diversity: rethinking religion
Religious diversity: rethinking religion

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This free course was written by Suzanne Newcombe

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Course image: Choir members march through Walworth, London, in 2013 as part of the annual Thanksgiving service for the Eternal Sacred Order of the Cherubim and Seraphim. Photo: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images.


Extract 1 – St Paul’s Cathedral 2017 ‘Who We Are’ [Online]: Reproduced courtesy of St Paul's Cathedral

Extract 2 - Palmer, R. (2015) ‘Prince Harry pays tribute to bomb disposal heroes during service at St Paul’s’, Daily Express, 22 October [Online]: Palmer, R. (2015), 'Prince Harry pays tribute to bomb disposal heroes during service at St Paul's', Daily Express, 22 October 2015 [online]. Copyright © 2017 Express Newspapers. Reproduced by permission.

Extract 3 - Topping, A. (2012) ‘Occupy protesters chain themselves to St Paul’s pulpit’, Guardian, 14 October [Online]: Topping, A. (2012), 'Occupy protesters chain themselves to St Paul's pulpit', The Guardian, 14th October 2012 [online]. Copyright Guardian News & Media Ltd 2017.

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