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A time to lament, a time to hope

This is a time to lament. A third lockdown announced on Monday has brought another wave of uncertainty, ...
By Jonathan Tame
06 Jan 2021

The gift of accountability

How do you think about accountability? Does the idea of being held to account reassure you or make you feel ...
By Jonathan Tame
02 Jan 2021

Credit Unions: Relational lending as one solution to post-Covid household debt

by Kevin Hargaden and David McIlroy This article was written following our November 2020 conference, 'Seeds ...
By JubileeCentre
02 Jan 2021

A new deal for faith communities post-Covid-19

This article was written following our November 2020 conference, 'Seeds of Change: Institutional reform and ...
By Russell Rook
01 Jan 2021

How do we begin to recalibrate business post-Covid?

by Sue Halliday and Jack Harding With its many problems, among them growing financial inequality, social ...
By JubileeCentre
09 Dec 2020

Review: 'Here Are Your Gods!' by Christopher J H Wright

Michael Clark reviews Chris Wright's new book, where he offers a scathing critique of contemporary political ...
By Michael Clark
07 Dec 2020

Is this the best we can do?

Last month marked the 50th anniversary of a highly influential article in the New York Times by the economist ...
By Jonathan Tame
03 Oct 2020

An ethic of mercy: Gandhi, King and Mandela

Given the current political climate, Philip Powell considers three giants of social reform who demonstrated ...
By Philip S. Powell
01 Oct 2020

Christianity and the Social Contract

'Contemporary Western society is in the grip of contractual thinking'- Virginia Held[1] 'The response to the ...
By Christopher Watkin
27 Aug 2020

Business as usual? No, thank you

Sue Halliday and Jack Harding explore how the reality of Covid-19 has challenged our assumptions about the ...
By JubileeCentre
26 Aug 2020

A better society after lockdown is one where older people are valued

We want a better society after lockdown, where older people are valued as God intended.
By Louise Morse
24 Aug 2020

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Difficult histories: Christian memory and historic injustice

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?

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Thoughtful perspectives on today's social, political and economic challenges

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?

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?