Tag: Love

Infinite Choice by David McIlroy

Infinite Choice by David McIlroy

Our culture understands choice to be the means by which we express our freedom and individuality but sees choice as a range of consumer options. Read more…

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Christian hoteliers wrong over gay discrimination

Christian hoteliers wrong over gay discrimination

by John Hayward I have just given a pre-recorded radio interview about the court decision against the bed and breakfast owners, Peter and Hazelmary Bull, who refused service to civil partners Martyn Hall and Steven Preddy on the basis of their sexuality. Here’s what I said: If we are going to open our homes to […]

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Beyond Individualism

Beyond Individualism

Jubilee Centre Events, May 2010 At our conference on 15th May, a variety of speakers helped us consider the search for relational hope in the 21st century. The conference was opened by politics professor and pastor Dale Kuehne, for whom Perry Miller’s phrase ‘Standing on the threshold of an inconceivable age’ encapsulates what it is […]

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More on Building a Relational Church by Gordon Dalzell

More on Building a Relational Church by Gordon Dalzell

In this second of two talks, pastor Gordon Dalzell asks what we need to do in order to build relational churches and considers the impact of church life on social reform.   Listen to this episode    

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The Law of Love by David McIlroy

The Law of Love by David McIlroy

    Summary The Bible is clear that to love God involves seeking to be obedient to God. Being God’s people involves seeking to make wise decisions about the way in which God wants us to live. Jesus commands his followers to love God and our neighbours. In working out what that means, followers of […]

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5 Bible Studies: Christianity, Climate Change and Sustainable Living

5 Bible Studies: Christianity, Climate Change and Sustainable Living

These Bible studies accompany the Jubilee Centre book – Christianity, Climate Change and Sustainable Living by Nick Spencer and Robert White A set of five Bible studies designed to accompany our book Christianity, climate change and sustainable living by Nick Spencer and Robert White.    

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Relational apologetics

Relational apologetics

Michael Schluter, December 2004 Christianity, as we have often said before in this column, is a ‘relational religion’. This means that in a Christian view of the world relationships precede – in time and in importance – the material world, although intimately connected with that world. It means that getting relationships right, or putting them […]

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