Tag: Ethics

The ‘grit’ in integrity

The ‘grit’ in integrity

by Njoki Mahiaini, 22nd February 2016 “I don’t need anybody’s money.  It’s nice…I’m really rich”. No prizes for guessing which US presidential candidate spoke those immortal words.  I hasten to add, I am not critical of Trump solely because of his fabulous wealth, indeed, in light of the presidential race I consider it one of […]

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Communicating the vision

Communicating the vision

Jonathan Chaplin, March 2007 This article is based on a talk given at the Winter School on 5 January by Dr Jonathan Chaplin, Director of the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics (KLICE). [1] Jonathan draws helpful lessons from Paul’s speech to the Areopagus about how we should engage with the surrounding culture, lessons as […]

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Leviticus on sex: it might just matter today

Leviticus on sex: it might just matter today

Christopher Ash, December 2003 At the consecration of ‘the gay bishop’ Gene Robinson, protesters held up placards quoting from Leviticus 18 and 20. How does the average newspaper reader respond? With a scornful curl of the lip or a disdainful shrug of the shoulders. ‘How absurd to quote an obscure verse from a backwater of […]

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