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Why Can't We Just Cut Back and Save the Planet?

Leading up to the COP26 summit in November 2021, Jubilee Centre published a series of blog posts on various ...
By Terry Young
18 Oct 2021

For the Sake of People and Planet: climate, COP26 and the church

Leading up to the COP26 summit in November 2021, Jubilee Centre published a series of blog posts on various ...
By Hannah Eves
04 Oct 2021

Climate Change: seeking a Christian perspective

Leading up to the COP26 summit in November 2021, Jubilee Centre published a series of blog posts on various ...
By Terry Young
27 Sep 2021

Climate Change, Science and Uncertainty

Leading up to the COP26 summit in November 2021, Jubilee Centre published a series of blog posts on various ...
By Terry Young
23 Sep 2021

B Corporations: the change we need to see realised

B Corporations ('B Corps') are companies that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental ...
By Sophie Ford
10 Mar 2021

The Power Struggle: renewable energy and reconciling generations

For better or worse, our standard of living is undoubtedly linked in many ways to the use of energy, whether ...
By Dr David Snoswell
03 Feb 2021

A climate election?

For the UK, 2019 will be a year that draws to a close with a general election. But, regardless of what ...
By Andrew Phillips
09 Dec 2019

Embodied and placed

The Garden of Eden with the Fall of Man, Jan Brueghel the Elder, 1613 Do we have a compelling theology of ...
By Jonathan Tame
11 Jul 2019

How everyday eating impacts creation

by Hannah Eves, Katherine Martin, Andrew Phillips, Peter Redmayne The following is an excerpt from our new ...
By JubileeCentre
09 Jul 2019

The meaning of gleaning

Learning to Love Leviticus #4 ‘When you reap the harvest of your land, you shall not reap to the very edges ...
By Guy Brandon
09 Jul 2019

Review: The Way We Eat Now

Modern eating has changed radically, in ways that would have been unimaginable even fifty years ago. That is ...
By Andrew Phillips
11 Jun 2019

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Reducing Disaster Risk: creation care and neighbour love

Amy Donovan uses current research in disaster studies to argue that, for Christians, caring for the environment is a form of the Christian concept of 'neighbour love', which is about knowing that our neighbour is anyone we are aware of, understanding what they are going through and helping to bear their burden.

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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?