Tag: Responsibility

Biblical reflections on marriage by David and Heather Jackman

Biblical reflections on marriage by David and Heather Jackman

The broad and pervasive ‘trend away from marriage’ has far-reaching implications for society as a whole, as well as for Christians who come under pressure to conform to cultural standards. In contrast to the short-term and low-commitment relationships that have fast become the norm, the Bible holds out a positive vision for marriage, based on God’s covenant relationship with his people, and offers us the hope of communicating an attractive model of marriage to those who adhere to very different values.

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Master your mind: How to vote ethically

Master your mind: How to vote ethically

See how many questions you can get right – and where to find the answers before the next election. All of us are at different places on the political spectrum. Votewise Now will not tell you how to vote, just help you vote according to your conscience. Careful thought and deliberation are needed to make […]

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The case for a Christian university? by Nigel Paterson

The case for a Christian university?  by Nigel Paterson

Dr Nigel Paterson makes the case for a Christian university. Also see his Cambridge Paper, Do we need a Christian university?

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Insight: Is GDP an adequate measure of growth? by Michael Schluter

Insight: Is GDP an adequate measure of growth? by Michael Schluter

In this five minute video, Dr Michael Schluter talks about the limitations of defining growth by GDP and suggests an alternative pattern for growth.

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How humanity should exercise its rule over creation by Jonathan Burnside

How humanity should exercise its rule over creation by Jonathan Burnside

A short interview in which Dr Jonathan Burnside considers what the right relationship is between humanity and creation.

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Insight: How the Bible challenges our environmental practices by Jonathan Burnside

Insight: How the Bible challenges our environmental practices by Jonathan Burnside

In this two minute video clip, Dr Jonathan Burnside considers how the Bible’s teaching about our relationship with the environment should challenge some of our modern practices.

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How settled is the man-made global warming debate? by Sir John Houghton

How settled is the man-made global warming debate? by Sir John Houghton

Sir John Houghton, co-chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Scientific Assessment working group 1988-2002, discusses the reality and consequences of global warming and his motivation behind his involvement in the climate change debate.

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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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