Christian involvement in the Big Society: a means to what end?

By Daniel Strange 02 Nov 2014

From our 2011 Big Society and the Church conference, Dr Daniel Strange, author of the Jubilee Centre's 2005 Cambridge Paper 'Co-belligerence and common grace' and lecturer in Culture, Religion and Public Theology at Oak Hill Theological College considers whether the 'Big Society' is the right sort of opportunity for the Church.

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