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The McDonald Centre fosters conversation both between Christian theology and other disciplines, and between academia and those who shape public deliberation and policy. Into its discussions it draws scholars from around the world, as well as public office-holders, civil servants, policy-makers, and opinion-formers. By publishing the research it supports, the Centre communicates to academic, church, and wider public audiences. The work of the Centre responds to a growing awareness that sensitively engaged and carefully articulated moral and political theology has an important contribution to make to the flourishing of institutions and individuals within liberal democracies.