Immigration and borders. Terrorism and security. Globalisation and gentrification. What if the Bible held principles for our common life that could give us new insight into contemporary issues? And even more, what if there were a joined-up biblical vision for social change?
Thoughtful perspectives on today's social, political and economic challenges
In the summer of 2020, crowds gathered across the Western world to declare that Black Lives Matter. There's a heated debate happening over how Western nations remember their pasts. So, how can Christian memory be shaped by the difficult history we find in Scripture?
Come and hear some of the latest topics on social reform and how a new generation views them.
Our SAGE Conference on 15th-19th March gives you a daily opportunity to hear five lunchtime presentations by the emerging leaders currently on our SAGE Graduate Programme. Each has been researching a social reform issue and developing a biblical perspective on it.
If you are considering joining the SAGE Graduate Programme in 2021, this is also a chance to see some of the impact of the programme on our current graduates.
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Over several decades, we’ve become convinced that the Bible not only reveals the way to personal salvation through Christ – it also provides an underlying vision for a just and thriving economic, social and political order in any age. It’s profoundly relevant for building the institutions of public life.
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