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Living wisely in uncertain times

Living wisely in uncertain times

by Philip S. Powell, Friday 6th September 2019 A friend of mine recently commented while discussing Brexit that we are living through one of the most tumultuous and uncertain periods in British history. I don’t think this is hyperbole. We are, as a country, facing an unknown and uncertain future as the date (31 October) […]

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Brexit Resources

Brexit Resources

We’re committed to a nonpartisan, balanced, biblically-grounded approach to Britain’s departure from the European Union. Brexit is an issue that touches our nation’s political, economic and social life, and can be approached in good conscience from different perspectives which lead to different conclusions. The resources below offer a range of approaches from authors with different […]

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Brexit in a fractured Europe by Paul Mills and Michael Schluter

Brexit in a fractured Europe by Paul Mills and Michael Schluter

Brexit in a fractured Europe: a relational vision and strategy for reconciliation   Summary The outcome of the UK’s referendum on EU membership has highlighted deep divisions within the populace, including among Christians, and increased the likelihood of further ruptures between the UK and EU27 as well as within and between the EU27 countries themselves. […]

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Reflections on Brexit

Reflections on Brexit

by Michael Schluter, 27th June 2016. The top priority in the days ahead is to heal the wounds inflicted during the campaign, and find a way forward for the future which meets the aspirations of both the Remain and the Leave constituencies among the British people. It is undoubtedly possible to find a middle way […]

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80 days to go

80 days to go

by Jonathan Tame, 4th April 2016. It’s 80 days until the EU Referendum, and I’ve been recalling the time in 1983 when I visited Brussels for the first time, on an undergraduate field trip. We learned about how decisions made by the European institutions were filtered down to the ten member states of the EEC, and how the overriding vision was to make war between European nations unthinkable. The deadly European conflict of the first half of the 20th century must give ways to fruitful European cooperation in the second.

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