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Online Course Begins 6th January

Online Course Begins 6th January

Biblical Foundations for Public Leadership 2019 Do you struggle to connect the ancient world of the Bible with the economic, social and political challenges of the 21st century? Would you like to deepen your insight and understanding of the biblical vision for society and its contemporary application? Every year, we offer Christians an online course […]

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Forming a Christian Mind 2018

Forming a Christian Mind 2018

Forming a Christian Mind (FACM) explores how the Christian faith interacts with personal and academic development. It aims to help postgraduates and post-docs to develop their capacity to think biblically about their discipline and address the tensions between secular and Christian perspectives on their subject, both in the university and in wider society. It is open […]

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Vacancy: Supporter Relations Officer – Part Time

Vacancy: Supporter Relations Officer – Part Time

Applications for this post are now closed Are you interested in joining a team who are equipping Christians to connect their faith with their work and think biblically about issues in society? Jubilee Centre explores social, economic and political issues from a biblical perspective, and resources Christians through research, publications, events and training. We are […]

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Annual Review and Accounts

Annual Review and Accounts

Annual Review 2017 ‘Reformation: Then and Now’ is the title of our first Annual Review. From timely new research, to the stories of young Christians who’ve benefitted from our training, we’re pleased to be able to share with you some of the key achievements for the Jubilee Centre in 2017, as we’ve worked to bring […]

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Data Privacy Notice

Data Privacy Notice

Your personal data – what is it? Personal data relates to a living individual who can be identified from that data.  This information could include name, address, telephone number, email address, debit and credit card details or bank details. How do we use your personal data? All information that we hold concerning you as an […]

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Subscribe to Cambridge Papers

Subscribe to Cambridge Papers

Cambridge Papers is a non-profit making quarterly publication which aims to contribute to debate on a wide range of issues from a Christian perspective. Recent titles have included ‘Reimagining social welfare: Lessons from Geneva’s transformation’, ‘Integration, assimilation and fundamental British values: Invested citizenship and 21st century belonging’ and ‘Brexit in a fractured Europe: a relational vision […]

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Oops! Things don’t always go to plan…

Oops! Things don’t always go to plan…

If you normally receive Engage or Cambridge Papers in the post, then our printers will send you new, corrected versions in a few days. But maybe you are not currently on our mailing list… would you like to receive quarterly news and comment about public leadership and current affairs from a Christian perspective? Or read […]

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Forming a Christian Mind 2017

Forming a Christian Mind 2017

Forming a Christian Mind (FACM) explores how the Christian faith interacts with personal and academic development. It aims to help postgraduates and post-docs to develop their capacity to think biblically about their discipline and address the tensions between secular and Christian perspectives on their subject, both in the university and in wider society. FACM is […]

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Engage news magazine – July 2017

Engage news magazine – July 2017

Engage is Jubilee Centre’s quarterly news and comment magazine, mailed out to over 4,000 people.  If you would like to receive a copy by post, please let us know using the form here. The contents of the July 2017 edition are: Amos the Unprofessional 95 Theses for Today – progress update Feedback from the Public Leadership course […]

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Engage news magazine – April 2017

Engage news magazine – April 2017

Engage is Jubilee Centre’s quarterly news and comment magazine, mailed out to over 4,000 people.  If you would like to receive a copy by post, please let us know using the form here. The contents of the April 2017 edition are: The Legacy of the Reformation Biblical Biographies: The Rich Young Ruler The Enduring Power of Vocation […]

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Engage – January 2017

Engage – January 2017

Engage is Jubilee Centre’s quarterly news and comment magazine, mailed out to over 4,000 people.  If you would like to receive a copy by post, please let us know using the form here. The contents of the January 2017 edition are: Jonah: the Bible’s best and worst evangelist Reform or revolution event: unlocking the power of biblical law […]

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The marriage event – Monday 11th April

The marriage event – Monday 11th April

When: Monday 11th April (6:30-8:30pm) Where: St Michael’s Church, Chester Square, London SW1W 9EF For as long as there has been man and woman there has been marriage.  The Bible paints it as blessing, gifted to mankind before the Fall to enable the flourishing of all creation.  This is what marriage was designed to be, […]

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Labour: New, Blue or torn in two?

Labour: New, Blue or torn in two?

By Njoki Mahiaini 30 July 2015 Call it victor’s spoils, blame it on Murdoch’s might but the in-fighting within the UK Labour party following their defeat in May has had senior Tories near-giddy with glee.  Hardly a day goes by without an article dissecting Labour’s loss or critiquing Blair’s journey from Prime Ministerial dynamo to […]

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Bible and biodiversity London event

Bible and biodiversity London event

Cambridge Paper London launch January 21st, 2015 at 18.30. You are warmly invited to attend the public launch of our most recent Cambridge Paper exploring the Bible and Biodiversity, with Dave Bookless (A Rocha), David Nussbaum (WWF) and Simon Stuart (IUCN). This event, brought to you in partnership with A Rocha, will bring together some […]

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Online study programme

Online study programme

The Jubilee Learning Community consists of people who are keen to learn about the biblical vision for society and explore its application today through Relational Thinking. This is organised around a ‘blended learning’ approach that combines self-study with weekly group discussions online.

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Halal meat: to label or not to label?

Halal meat: to label or not to label?

by Felicity Leeson, guest blogger Halal means ‘permissible’ in Arabic and describes the process of slaughtering animals for food – the animal being alive and healthy at the time, killed by a cut to the neck, the blood drained and an Islamic blessing being recited. The supermarkets are saying labelling isn’t necessary – that as […]

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The Big Issues: A Group Discussion Guide for Voters by Guy Brandon and Rose Lynas

The Big Issues: A Group Discussion Guide for Voters by Guy Brandon and Rose Lynas

Eleven studies to accompany Votewise Now!, the Jubilee Centre book that helps evaluate the choices we will have as voters at the next election. Following the chapters in the book there are Bible studies on the Economy, Criminal Justice, Healthcare, Education, the Environment, International Order, Race Relations, Tax and Benefits, Employment and Housing. Each one […]

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The Bible and Money: Managing one’s money in the end times by Paul Mills

The Bible and Money: Managing one’s money in the end times by Paul Mills

An immensely practical eight-week course designed to help develop a biblical understanding of money and how we should use it, covering the following topics: 1. Possessions and money – who does the possessing? 2. Stewardship – for whom, for what, and when? 3. Giving – the real investment 4. Borrowing, lending, and debt – true […]

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Lesson plan: What is ‘fair sex’?

Lesson plan: What is ‘fair sex’?

This 45-minute lesson plan consists of three sets of discussion questions, designed to accompany the three ‘fair sex’ public information bulletins here: Relationships Impact Warning, One Flesh and Paying for Sex.    

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