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An Introduction to the Jubilee Centre

An Introduction to the Jubilee Centre

Watch this edited version of Jonathan Tame’s overview of the Jubilee Centre and its vision, which he gave at the 30th anniversary in September 2013.

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The window is closed by Margaret Wilson

The window is closed by Margaret Wilson

Summary This paper takes up the story of Western art from the end of the nineteenth century.[4] It explores the move from realism and representation towards abstraction, the cultural influences on this move, and the purposes which this new art may pursue. It traces the development of painting in the first half of the twentieth […]

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Making time for children

Making time for children

Michael Clark, March 2004 ‘There is no doubting the scale of parental dissatisfaction with work–life balance. Survey after survey has shown that what people want in these days of near-full employment is not money, but time – and more choice on how to spend it.‘ [1] It is unusual for a week to go by […]

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As we have heard, so we have seen

As we have heard, so we have seen

Michael Schluter, December 2003 The following is a shortened version of Michael’s talk at the 20th Anniversary Service on 15 November in Cambridge. Reflecting on 20 years at the Jubilee Centre, I have recognised many of the same patterns of God’s dealings with his people from both the Old and New Testaments. There are four […]

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A brief theology of time: Part 2 Resisting the tyranny of time by Paul Mills

A brief theology of time: Part 2 Resisting the tyranny of time by Paul Mills

  Summary Time is the modern-day slave-driver. Calendars and clocks not only govern, but also tyrannise our lives. Our first study on time (Vol. 7, No.1) examined the biblical witness that God is both transcendent over time while acting within it. Here we continue the theme of time but from the perspective of how and […]

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Why Keep Sunday Special by Christopher Townsend and Michael Schluter

Why Keep Sunday Special by Christopher Townsend and Michael Schluter

Is Sunday trading an issue that matters?  This booklet argues that it matters profoundly, not just for Christians but for society as a whole.  It examines first the biblical case of special interest to Christians.  It then puts forward the economic, social, legal, and ideological arguments against unrestricted Sunday trading.  Six days are enough for […]

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