Thoughtful perspectives on today's social, political and economic challenges
In our latest Cambridge Paper, A. J. Nickerson draws on the modernist poetry of the 1930s to illustrate the tension between the assumptions of secularity and the impulse towards extraordinary forms of experience that lie behind contemporary spirituality.
The world has undergone a monumental upheaval socially, economically and politically through Covid-19.
Seeds of Change 2021 was an online conference that reviewed the landscape, revisited these challenges, and showcased practical responses in key areas, ranging from business and finance to agriculture and technology.
To watch videos of each of the five conference sessions, click on the 'Find Out More' button below!
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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