Relational Thinking: a biblical paradigm for social transformation

Hosted by the Jubilee Centre, this is a day to explore the biblical foundations of Relational Thinking and the Relational Proximity Framework. 

Date: Tuesday 12th September, 2017

Venue: Jubilee Lounge – 59 St Andrews Street, Cambridge CB2 3BZ

Cost: £40 pp including lunch and refreshments


0900    Welcome and introductions by Jonathan Tame

0930    Lecture 1 – The Trinitarian God: how relationships lie at the heart of everything by Michael Schluter

1000    Lecture 2 – The biblical basis of the Relational Proximity Framework by Michael Schluter

1030    Coffee break

1100    Q&A and discussion with Michael Schluter

1200    Lecture 3 and discussion – The Jubilee Roadmap: a biblical guide to nation building by Guy Brandon

1300    Lunch

1400    Interactive workshop on The Steering Wheel: four ideologies that are driving our culture and how Relational Thinking can counteract them by Calum Samuelson

1530    Taking the agenda forward – Training in biblical social reform and Relational Thinking by Jonathan Tame and Philip Powell

1630    Departure


Michael Schluter is the Founder and Life President of the Jubilee Centre

Guy Brandon is Research Associate with the Jubilee Centre

Calum Samuelson is Project Manager with the Jubilee Centre

Jonathan Tame is the Director of the Jubilee Centre

Philip Powell is the Training Manager of the Jubilee Centre



This day forms part of a week long programme organised by the Relational Thinking Network.


Spaces are limited, so please book your place soon on Eventbrite.

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May, 2017

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