Gwen Griffith-Dickson


Academic, Student etc.

Throughout my academic career, I’ve seen time and again that deep understanding of any one issue is not found through one approach but through many; whether that be different religions, different philosophical traditions, or different disciplines. This is particularly true when dealing with the questions that really grip us – never-ending problems with no clear answer, or maybe no one answer at all.This has led me to write on philosophy, theology, spirituality, and psychology.

Or, for writing on political issues including extremism, click here.


  • Religion, Integration and Success: summary of research into ‘What Works’ – successful people ethnic and religious minority communities in Britain (coming soon)
  • Reflections on a story from Jesus in Matthew 25:14-30: God as a High-Risk Fund Manager
  • Lecture on al-Sahifah al-Sajjadiyah

Philosophy and Philosophy of Religion


  • Conclusion from a talk on Ayatollah Murtaza Mutahhari given in Qom, Iran:



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