Life Lessons: the value of Christian biography

By Jacob Dunn 24 Jun 2021

In times of struggle and doubt, we can look to the lives of those who have gone before us and take courage from the fact that their experiences can mirror our own. Their lives can encourage us, inspire us, and may even teach us lessons about how to live out our faith in the world today. 

This extended essay presents an argument for the importance of studying the lives of past social reformers and suggest ways in which this study might be carried out. 

This extended essay has now been published as a Jubilee Centre eBook: click here to access it.


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