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Paul Mills, January 2006
The Bible has much to say about the path we should wish the process of globalisation to take. The potential for trade to benefit the poor is great but, too often, the rich do not play by the rules they insist that others respect. The facets of globalisation that undermine autocratic state power and help transmit the gospel are to be welcomed, whilst Christians should be wary of attempts to ever-weaken the nation state as the appropriate and democratic level of legislative power.
The relational cost of unemployment
Guest contributor Ruth Garvey Williams shares a story from Ireland about how unemployment is much more than being out of work...Take a look at the statistics and you'll know that Ireland is in trouble.
The Schuman Centre's State of Europe Forum, held on 9th May each year, brings together Christian...
"..Why should twenty-first century Christians take the time and effort to learn about how seventeenth-century...