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?
Institutional reform and human flourishing post Covid-19
The Seeds of Change conference was a series of online events in November 2020, which brought together thinkers, commentators and practitioners to consider what kind of institutional reforms should be pursued following the huge turmoil and disruption of Covid-19.
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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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How do you think about accountability? Does the idea of being held to account reassure you or make you feel uncomfortable? I suspect most people will say the latter, and yet a ...
by Kevin Hargaden and David McIlroy This article was written following our November 2020 conference, 'Seeds of Change: Institutional reform and human flourishing post Covid-19'. ...
This article was written following our November 2020 conference, 'Seeds of Change: Institutional reform and human flourishing post Covid-19'. The Church has a long history of ...
by Sue Halliday and Jack Harding With its many problems, among them growing financial inequality, social division, and environmental degradation, we shouldn’t wish ‘old normal’ ...
Michael Clark reviews Chris Wright's new book, where he offers a scathing critique of contemporary political idols like prosperity, national pride and self-exaltation. It is not ...