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What does the Covid-19 economic U-turn tell us?

Covid-19: Is the party over?

Coming to terms with Covid-19

Good Omens and the problem of the end of the world

Global protests and the nature of hope

Family Matters in public policy

Money won't fix it: Diagnosing poverty today

When God asks the questions

Why Family Matters

Fathers, Fatherhood and the Father

God and the wicket? The community value of cricket

Update: Tax Deductible Giving for US Supporters

A climate election?

The context and content of the Nativity

The Brexit Election: What Really Matters?

Living wage week and biblical justice

Make elections great again!

Eliminating hurry in a restless society

The Samaritan Strategy

Weighing up Libra

Living wisely in uncertain times

Brexit Resources

Book Review: The Jubilee – An Impossible Dream?

Embodied and placed

How everyday eating impacts creation

The meaning of gleaning

Public leaders and the slow formation of character

The worker deserves his wages: the Bible and remuneration

Review: The Way We Eat Now

Thoughtful Eating Resources

‘Let nothing be wasted’: learning from Jesus’ food ethics

Love thy neighbour, love thy planet

Why do we need the evangelical statement on Artificial Intelligence?

Wisdom cries out in the public square

‘Forgive Us Our Debts’: lending and borrowing as if relationships mattered

Worth its weight in what?

The Conversational God

Supporting the bereaved

Engaging in Politics in times of Political Crisis

The Prodigal Runaway: On Shamima Begum

The cry of Tamar

Responding like Jesus: accountability, repentance and forgiveness

A breath of fresh, salty air: the power of story for ‘hiking homeless’

School strikes, environmental theology and Psalm 8

Who can we trust?

Insect collapse

St Columbanus, the patron saint of Europe

Media: The architect of perspective?

If we want to renew democracy, we should use our emotions more intelligently

Taking sides on Brexit

Government shutdown: conflict management or a heart for resolution?

Our relationship with objects: on Marie Kondo

Doing research biblically

Brexit ‘traitors’: lessons from Paul’s letter to the Romans

Brexit 'traitors': lessons from Paul’s letter to the Romans

Which story are you living in?

There will be blood

The unspeakable joy of Christmas

A very Brexit Advent

Online gambling and the highest paid woman in history

Christianity, anthropocentrism and reframing the narrative

The dangers of oversimplification

Remembering our enemies

We Want a King! 1 Samuel 8 and Strongman Politics

Eugene Peterson: Earthly fruit, heavenly reward

Why Unity Matters

Trivial Matters: The Conservative Party Conference and those 'fields of wheat'

Tattoo: Taboo, or no more than a skin deep issue?

The Heat Is On

Unveiling the Archetypes Exhibition

The Church, Robotics and AI: Conference Report

Not the Last Word: Seeking a Confederal Europe

Learning to Love Leviticus and the Ban on Mixed-Fibre Clothing

Lord Michael Farmer: Christian influence in the world

Printing and Painting

The World Cup Dilemma

Student Debt and Intergenerational Justice

Confederal Europe: Strong Nations, Strong Union

Making Money: The Swiss Referendum

Gender Relations: Dystopia, utopia or somewhere in between?

History Belongs to the Intercessors

Thinking Critically About AI

Winning the Peace

Seeing Is Believing: Deepfake Video and Public Trust

Windrush: The categorisation and treatment of migrants

Scripture and Sculpture

Book Review: The Day the Revolution Began by N.T. Wright

Can an AI ever demonstrate biblical wisdom?

Should we be shaking up our TV streaming habits?

Life on Mars?

The R Factor in Brexit

The Rise of the Machines: Preparing for the revolution in robotics and artificial intelligence

Probably the Best Idea in the World by Mark Greene

Social Engineering: Your soul for sale

Usurping the Power of Propaganda

Spiritually Bloated?

The Steering Wheel: Confronting the ideologies driving the West

'Mărțișor’ and the Malaise of Self-Harm

Davis, Dystopia and Brexit

Billy Graham (1918 – 2018)

When Christians disagree, does it matter ‘how’?

An Unreasonable Commitment?

The Ethics of Remuneration

Sentient Animals, Relational Animals

Could the Housing Crisis Strengthen Welfare?

Robots in Our Image: Three Critical Questions

Whose Resolutions? Goal-Setting, Individualism and the Bible

The Woman who Anoints Jesus

Two Public Leadership Issues for 2018

Christianity: A relational religion?

95 Ways to Change the World: Results

Devotional Reading in the Digital Age

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh: Why 70 years of marriage still matters

Inspiring Dialogue: Moving beyond ‘agree to disagree’

Adam and Eve: Feet of Clay

The Robots Are Coming: Us, Them and God

The Gospel and the City: Movement Day UK 2017

Deceptively Simple

Horses, Robots, and Donald Trump

Could a robot have moral status?

Amos the Unprofessional

Art and social transformation

Listening to the voice of Silence

The serious business of elections

The Brexit election?

The Enduring Power of Vocation

Driverless shuttle bus heralds robot invasion?

Relational Proximity: a biblical perspective

Empathy in the information age: how much is too much?

Jonah: the Bible’s best and worst evangelist

The cumulative crisis of trust

Review of ‘The Evil That Men Do’ by Marcus Paul

Seven fatal flaws in the financial system

Hallelujah

Making the nation great again?

The meaning of money

How should we reform the UK monetary system?

Savile: a modern-day herem?

The politicians we deserve?

Judas Iscariot: racketeer or revolutionary?

When the ‘unexpected’ happens

What's wrong with money?

Changing Britain: Multicultural or not? (part 2)

Changing Britain: Multicultural or not? (part 1)

The First Step: Re-thinking Factory Farming

Leah: unexpected matriarch

Theresa May sets out her stall

Defending Just War after the Chilcot Inquiry

The Chilcot Report, Blair and decision-making

The first three challenges

Time for a post-Brexit jubilee?

Reflections on Brexit

Money, power and the EU referendum

Five lenses on the EU Referendum

The EU, champion of religious freedom… an untold story

EU Referendum debate in Cambridge

'Gender fluidity' and the Bible

Video on European refugee/migration crisis

Peter Heslam introduces Christian social reformer Abraham Kuyper

Brexit Unless… Three Fundamental Conditions for Staying in the EU

What the tale of bitcoin's 'creator' says to Christians

When big corporations do good

UK-EU: Caught in a Bad Romance

Beyond the Economics of EU membership

EU Referendum: Four Big Issues

80 days to go

Why I gave up online shopping

Introducing the Relational Proximity Framework

Salted

The 'grit' in integrity

The Prologue to the Decalogue

Biblical. Social. Reform.

Thinking Relationally for Europe's Future

Wealth disparities and living wages

Biblical thinking: product or process?

Trimming the Christmas fat

Caesar: Cash is king

3 things we've learned from Donald Trump

The EU Referendum: current overview

Solidarité

An end to end-to-end encryption: a biblical view

Public scandal and the crisis of leadership

Major Jubilee Centre online course starts soon

Is Voting System a Christian issue?

The Famine, the foreigner and the threshing floor

Turmoil and peace-building on earth and in heaven

Why we need to keep physical cash

Long Live the Queen!

Songs of Praise in the Jungle: ‘like us’ after all?

Concerned that Windows 10 is collecting your data?

Labour: New, Blue or torn in two?

Personal politics vs public policy: Farron and faith

Proverbs Calendar app & screensaver

A way forward for Greece

Joseph: any economic plan will do

Paul Mills speaks on Prodigal Stewards - the looming government debt crisis

Remembering Charles Kennedy

The UK’s Political Zeitgeist in 2015

Poverty in the UK - financial or relational problem?

The Tragedy of the Commons

The General Election and UK’s Foreign Policy

Lies, damned lies, and politics

Democracy: What good is it for?

The housing crisis

SNP: a house divided?

Faith in the NHS?

Inheritance tax, Leviticus-style

To dom or not to dom?

Anger, insult and humour

Election 2015: certainty and uncertainty

Magna Carta, 800 years ago and today

Immigration & Justice: The Project Files

The Bishops' letter and Media's response

Romance: Christian, not grey.

Turning the page on everyday sexism

Simon Stuart responds to 'the Bible & biodiversity'

David Nussbaum responds to 'the Bible & biodiversity'

Dave Bookless: the Bible and biodiversity

Remembering the Holocaust

This week in the news...

Weighing in on Obesity

“I’ll ride with you”

Bible and biodiversity London event

Real Faith vs Artificial Intelligence

Seeing through the purple haze

Hustings

Pay-weekly retailers: Another way to go into debt

Halloween or All Hallows Eve?

The Apprentice: What are we training for?

Whose News?

None of your business: Privacy, Anonymity and Surveillance

Integrity: is your ‘yes’ really yes?

Still in the Red? Debt and Interest.

Within the Margin of Error: Scotland’s last-minute bid for independence

Shifting the burden of care

Israel, Gaza and the struggle for a just peace

What is public healthcare?

On rites and rights

Falling idols: from King David to public life today

History of the Newick Park Initiative by Jeremy Ive

Public Leadership: lessons from Justin Welby

The Relational Master: ten studies in Mark

Why was UKIP so successful in the European elections?

The Clyde Arc: bridge over troubled water

Halal meat: to label or not to label?

The rise and rise of (anti) social media

In defence of virginity

The food bank debate: shifting the axis of analysis

Voting: the last thing you should do

One thing to change the world

Why Jubilee?

Where Next? The future of the Jubilee Centre by Jonathan Tame

Debt slaves: Jubilee Centre on Threads

The rise of the new slavery: battling debt in the 21st century by Paul Mills

Welcome to Capitalism: Privatising Royal Mail

Assessing the government's new immigration bill

Human Rights and human dignity: unmasking the Trojan horse by Julian Rivers

Matter of Life and Death: Damien Hirst and Liviu Mocan by Christopher Watkin

Relational State of Europe Snapshot 2013

Seeking Europe's shalom

The relational cost of unemployment

Forming a Christian mind

The Political use of the Bible in Early Modern Britain by Dr. Gai Ferdon

Word as talisman - on the utopianism of the Jubilee Centre by James Williams

Cardinal sin?

The Family and Sexual Ethics: Christian Foundations and Public Values by Sally Bertlin

Courses on horses II

Education in the Bible: a starting point for discussion by Guy Brandon

It’s not fair!

Shifting values at the BBC

The puzzle of suffering - part 1

A lost decade 2010-20? The financial crisis and the choices ahead by Paul Mills

Economic renewal: building a relational economy by Michael Schluter

The puzzle of suffering part 2

What's After Capitalism?

A Christian Response to Immigration by Guy Brandon

Cameron's religion and the Archbishop's politics

Cohabitation: An Alternative to Marriage? By John Hayward and Guy Brandon

Pre-marital sex: Cause or symptom of later relationship difficulties?

What is the Big Society way to improve education?

Call for wider access to Faith Schools

Understanding Society: The key to stability

Safe sex education recommendations

Will British teenagers follow American trend towards greater abstinence?

Faith in the Big Society?

Christians need re-education

Earthquakes and Tsnamis: Acts of God?

What Big Society really means: One top condition for success and five practical examples

The Big Society in Context: A means to what end? By Guy Brandon

Is divorce becoming less socially acceptable?

Should gay couples wed in Church?

The Joy of Teen Sex - The Facts

The AV Debate

The working prison

Social class and parenting

Unreality abortion show: Vote now?

Increasing Cohabitation - a concern?

Israel's raid of the Gaza flotilla

New Academies, New Opportunities: An Assessment of Conservative Party Education Policy by Guy Brandon & John Hayward

Cohabitation in the 21st Century by John Hayward & Guy Brandon

Understanding the iWorld

The UK Marriage Index 2009 by Jubilee Centre Research Team

The Big Issues: A Group Discussion Guide for Voters by Guy Brandon and Rose Lynas

Sustaining Democracy by Phillip Sampson

International Primary Curriculum

3 Bible Studies on Sexual Ethics from 1 Corninthans 5-7

5 Bible Studies: Christianity, Climate Change and Sustainable Living

Global Poverty, Global Warming by Marika Rose & Caroline Harmon

Towards an understanding of Jesus by Christopher Pain

Jesus’ Life-Changing Relationship with Simon Peter

Learning from the relationships of Jesus: Part 1

Rethinking Relational Justice

Consent versus Community: What Basis for Sexual Offences? By Jonathan Burnside

Transforming community relationships

The Causes of Homosexuality: What science tells us by Simon Burton

Was Jesus political?

Understanding sexual offences reform

Money, Power and Relationships by Michael Schluter

How many votes for democracy?

Relational apologetics

The conduct of war: lessons from Deuteronomy 20

A prophetic vision of justice

The hidden dimension

Is economic globalization sustainable?

Johannes Althusius

From personalism to relationism: commonalities and distinctives by Graham Cole & Michael Schluter

The kinsman-redeemer

Where is your treasure?

Rethinking relationships in the church

Peace-building from a biblical perspective

Whose duty of care?

Health and society

Building a Relational Church

Biblical perspectives on health and healthcare relationships by Jubilee Centre

The City in the Bible: a relational perspective by Andrew Crook

Relational Justice by Nicola Baker & Jonathan Burnside

Word on wealth by Christopher Townsend

Planning for survival - a family policy for the 21st century by Jubilee Policy Group

The relational causes of crime by Jubilee Policy Group

Ethics in the Economy by Paul Mills

Willing to give by Jubilee Policy Group

Who cares for the homeless? By Jubilee group policy

The case against the national lottery by Jubilee policy group

Relational market economics by Michael Schluter

Adding life to years by Jubilee policy group

Attitudes to the ownership and distribution of land in Britain 1500-1930 by Helen Hayward

Jubilee institutional norms by Michael Schluter and Roy Clements

Eight questions of faith about Sundays by Michael Schluter

Interest in interest: the Old Testament ban on interest and its implications for today by Paul Mills

Family Networks by Michael Schluter

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How do we encourage politics for the common good?

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How can we rethink welfare as more than just a political issue?

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Today’s environmental issues are theological and relational at heart.

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Building relational economies for financial stability, economic justice and social cohesion.

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How can relational churches thrive with a mission to transform their communities?

Worldview & Ideologies

Worldview & Ideologies

Reconsidering our fundamental beliefs and assumptions about the world.

Politics & Government

Politics & Government

How do we encourage politics for the common good?

Arts & Popular Culture

Arts & Popular Culture

Making room for artists to challenge the way we see God and the world.

Welfare

Welfare

How can we rethink welfare as more than just a political issue?

Environment

Environment

Today’s environmental issues are theological and relational at heart.

Family & Sexual Ethics

Family & Sexual Ethics

How do we strengthen the basic unit of society: the extended family?

Science & Technology

Science & Technology

How can science and technology serve true human flourishing?

Economy & Business

Economy & Business

Building relational economies for financial stability, economic justice and social cohesion.

Local Church & Community

Local Church & Community

How can relational churches thrive with a mission to transform their communities?

Worldview & Ideologies

Worldview & Ideologies

Reconsidering our fundamental beliefs and assumptions about the world.

Politics & Government

Politics & Government

How do we encourage politics for the common good?

Arts & Popular Culture

Arts & Popular Culture

Making room for artists to challenge the way we see God and the world.

Welfare

Welfare

How can we rethink welfare as more than just a political issue?

Environment

Environment

Today’s environmental issues are theological and relational at heart.

Family & Sexual Ethics

Family & Sexual Ethics

How do we strengthen the basic unit of society: the extended family?

Science & Technology

Science & Technology

How can science and technology serve true human flourishing?

Economy & Business

Economy & Business

Building relational economies for financial stability, economic justice and social cohesion.

Local Church & Community

Local Church & Community

How can relational churches thrive with a mission to transform their communities?