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Transforming community relationships by Michael Schluter

Transforming community relationships by Michael Schluter

Michael Schluter, June 2006 About two years ago I was invited by five Anglican ministers from Camberley in Surrey to explore how I thought they could influence the Camberley community with Christian values for the sake of the gospel. After meeting with the ministers several times, we agreed that a possible way forward was to […]

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Time poverty is destroying family life

Time poverty is destroying family life

John Alexander, March 2005 Although greeted with scornful and derisive laughter, we in the Keep Sunday Special Campaign tried hard in the 80s and 90s to convince the country that the destruction of Sunday as a day of rest and recreation would have terrible consequences. We argued that it would damage society in a way […]

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From personalism to relationism: commonalities and distinctives by Graham Cole & Michael Schluter

From personalism to relationism: commonalities and distinctives by Graham Cole & Michael Schluter

  This paper explores the relationship between Personalist and Relationist thought in three parts. In the first part after some brief historical background, issues of definition are addressed. In Part 2 some of the main principles of Relational thought are set out . Part 3 consists of a comparison between Personalism and Relationism with special […]

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