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Christianity as a Relational Religion by Michael Schluter

Christianity as a Relational Religion by Michael Schluter

This talk by Michael Schluter was recorded at the Singapore consultation: Towards Jubilee 2015. Listen to this episode  

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Building a Relational Church by Gordon Dalzell

Building a Relational Church by Gordon Dalzell

This talk by Gordon Dalzell was recorded at the Singapore consultation: Towards Jubilee 2015.   Listen to this episode  

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Welfare Priorities by John Ashcroft

Welfare Priorities by John Ashcroft

This is a talk by John Ashcroft from the Singapore consultation: Towards Jubilee 2015   Listen to this episode  

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BBC Radio 4 Sunday Interview with Chris Watkin

BBC Radio 4 Sunday Interview with Chris Watkin

On Sunday 13th April 2008, Cambridge Paper writer Christopher Watkin was interviewed live on BBC Radio 4’s Sunday programme about contemporary use of the term ‘evangelical’. Listen to what he had to say in this four-minute recording.   Listen to this episode  

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Global warming & Christian responsibility by Robert White

Global warming & Christian responsibility by Robert White

This lecture covers material in chapters 1 & 3 of ‘Christianity, Climate Change and Sustainable Living’ (Spencer & White), beginning with the scientific case in favour of global climate change. Professor White then outlines the theological perspective on why we should care for the environment. He concludes by exploring how Christian values should play a […]

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What does growth mean & do we need it anyway? by Michael Schluter

What does growth mean & do we need it anyway? by Michael Schluter

From our January 2008 climate conference, Jubilee Centre’s Founder asks what growth means and whether we need it anyway.   Listen to this episode  

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New patterns of growth by Michael Schluter

New patterns of growth by Michael Schluter

This opening plenary talk to our January 2008 conference defines the term ‘pattern of growth’, looks at past and present patterns of growth, and considers the biblical pattern of growth. This is translated into realistic objectives for policy today.   Listen to this episode  

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Climate change – a Christian perspective by Sir John Houghton

Climate change – a Christian perspective by Sir John Houghton

In this talk the co-chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Scientific Assessment working group 1988-2002 presents what he believes to be the impact of climate change. He goes on to explain the IPCC process, the relationships between Christianity and climate change in the US, what he calls the “Denial Industry”, concluding with […]

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Global warming international policy issues & dilemmas by Sir Brian Heap

Global warming international policy issues & dilemmas by Sir Brian Heap

This talk was given by the former Vice-President and Foreign Secretary of the Royal Society at our January 2008 conference. In it he considers: impacts, adaptation and vulnerability; world population growth; Millennium Development Goals; food production; GM crops; consumption. Listen to this episode  

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Biblical law – People & land by Jonathan Burnside

Biblical law – People & land by Jonathan Burnside

Law and narrative work together to regulate the relationship between people and land. A key aspect of this narrative is divine ownership, which impacts on the practice of land ownership. This talk looks at different aspects of biblical land ownership although, as with biblical law, the focus is on rural land rather than urban property. […]

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Biblical law – Humanity & the environment by Jonathan Burnside

Biblical law – Humanity & the environment by Jonathan Burnside

This talk explores the complex relationship between humanity and the environment. There are four main ways in which this relationship is structured, according to the biblical materials: the creation narrative, divine judgements in the primeval history, the ‘post-diluvian’ blessing conferred by God upon humanity, and the ‘eco-laws’ in biblical law. Listen to this episode  

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DVD – Relationism: the way forward for Europe?

DVD – Relationism: the way forward for Europe?

Jubilee Centre & University of the Nations with Procla Media, October 2005 In conjunction with YWAM/University of the Nations, the Jubilee Centre has just produced a DVD of two talks Michael Schluter gave recently, plus an interview where he explains the origins and vision of the Jubilee Centre. The title of the talks is: Relationism […]

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