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Taking sides on Brexit

We’ve been asked to end a relative radio silence from Jubilee Centre about Brexit, ever since Mrs May came ...
By Jonathan Tame
29 Jan 2019

Government shutdown: conflict management or a heart for resolution?

On Friday the US Congress and President Donald Trump signed off on a law allowing the US federal government ...
By Peter Redmayne
28 Jan 2019

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

Picture credit: Megan Trace Yesterday evening, Theresa May’s Brexit deal was decisively rejected by MPs in ...
By Andrew Phillips
16 Jan 2019

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

(Credit: Megan Trace, CC BY-NC 2.0) Yesterday evening, Theresa May’s Brexit deal was decisively rejected by ...
By Andrew Phillips
16 Jan 2019

A very Brexit Advent

‘The people living in darkness have seen a great light; on those living in the land of the shadow of death a ...
By Charlee New
12 Dec 2018

The dangers of oversimplification

'Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.' – Confucius Confucius, the fifth century BC ...
By Philip S. Powell
15 Nov 2018

Remembering our enemies

The participation of Germany’s head of state, President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, at the Armistice Day ...
By Jonathan Tame
12 Nov 2018

We Want a King! 1 Samuel 8 and Strongman Politics

Jair Bolsonaro Brazil just elected former military Captain Jair Bolsonaro as President. He’s being dubbed by ...
By Charlee New
01 Nov 2018

Why Unity Matters

Mrs May came back from Brussels last week having failed to reach any breakthrough on the vexed issue of the ...
By Jonathan Tame
22 Oct 2018

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

This week is the Conservative Party Conference, where amongst the Brexit promises and leadership speculation ...
By Charlee New
04 Oct 2018

Not the Last Word: Seeking a Confederal Europe

Brexit is not the last word on Britain’s relationship with other European countries. And nor is it the only ...
By Jonathan Tame
05 Jul 2018

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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?