Tag: Biblical vision

An Introduction to the Jubilee Centre

An Introduction to the Jubilee Centre

Watch this edited version of Jonathan Tame’s overview of the Jubilee Centre and its vision, which he gave at the 30th anniversary in September 2013.

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The Jubilee Roadmap by Guy Brandon

The Jubilee Roadmap by Guy Brandon

  This booklet offers a brief but comprehensive introduction to the Jubilee Centre’s work – a kind of ‘primer’ to our thinking.The Jubilee Roadmap shows two alternative directions of travel for eight major themes in biblical law: Family, Property, Community, Government, Finance and the Economy, Welfare, Rest, and Justice. One direction reflects the prevailing thinking […]

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Booklet Review: Jubilee Roadmap by Guy Brandon

Booklet Review: Jubilee Roadmap by Guy Brandon

A biblical roadmap for the 21st century The way we think about our culture’s political, economic and social problems is flawed and confused. Society is not made up of distinct elements we can treat in isolation from each other. How we view one idea – the state; property ownership; the economy; the health of our […]

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Credit action

Credit action

Keith Tondeur, June 2004 [Note that Credit Action is now called The Money Charity]. It is now over ten years since Credit Action amicably left the protecting arms of the Jubilee Centre and stepped out on its own. I am very grateful for the opportunity to be able to keep you informed as to some of […]

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Where is your treasure?

Where is your treasure?

Nick Spencer, September 2003 Our society has an odd relationship with money. We like to denounce our 24/7 retail culture, and yet still shop ‘out of hours’ in our millions. We lament the estimated £800 billion consumer debt we have accrued, but wait nervously for the next consumer spending figures. We are torn between wanting […]

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After 20 years (1983-2003)

After 20 years (1983-2003)

Jubilee Centre, March 2003 The Jubilee Centre has been working for social change for 20 years! Is that not cause for celebration? From its inception, the Jubilee Centre has sought to explore biblical social teaching – focusing particularly on the OT model – and to find practical ways to effect change accordingly. Since 1983, multiple […]

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A healthy society?

A healthy society?

Nick Spencer, November 2002 Nigel Lawson once wrote that the NHS was the closest thing the English had to a religion. Having spent five years convincing voters that New Labour was an economically prudent outfit, it was for the purpose of funding the health service that Gordon Brown decided openly to raise taxes and risk […]

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