Biblical Foundations for social reform and the public life agenda

By Michael Schluter 02 Sep 2016

Michael Schluter talks about the biblical foundations for social reform and the agenda for public life.


Part 1:
In the first of two talks by Michael Schluter given at the Jubilee Centre's Social Reformers Summer School, which took place in Cambridge in July 2016.  The title was 'Biblical foundations for social reform', and he introduced the biblical basis for the work of the Jubilee Centre, and the various organisation which have emerged from it.

Part 2:
The second of two talks by Jubilee Centre's founder Michael Schluter, given at the Social Reformers Summer School, which took place in Cambridge in July 2016. In this talk he explains the relational approach to public policy which has been developed by the Jubilee Centre and the organisations which it launched, such as Relationships Foundation and the Relational Thinking Network.

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