Tag: Politics

Concordis: making a difference for Darfur

Concordis: making a difference for Darfur

Peter Dixon, September 2004 No doubt you have been following the harrowing news reports emanating from the western Sudanese region of Darfur, where over one million people have been displaced by heavy fighting between anti-government forces and militias linked to the government of Sudan . Armed marauders have systematically killed men, raped women, destroyed crops […]

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Apolitical animal? by Nick Spencer

Apolitical animal? by Nick Spencer

Political disaffection is commonplace in modern Britain. Election turnouts are consistently disappointing, politicians are widely regarded as corrupt and mendacious, and party membership is at an all-time low. There is still a real need for the public to connect with, but also reshape, mainstream politics. Apolitical Animal? offers a Biblical perspective on this important issue. […]

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Jubilee institutional norms by Michael Schluter and Roy Clements

Jubilee institutional norms by Michael Schluter and Roy Clements

  This report explores a middle way between creation ethics and kingdom ethics as the basis for Christian political action. It holds out the prospect of greater consensus among Christians regarding the goals of social policy. First published in The Evangelical Quarterly, 62:1 (1990) pp. 37-62.

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