From the Great Commandment to Relational Proximity

By Michael Schluter 15 Jul 2014

Michael Schluter explains how biblical reflection on the Jubilee in Leviticus produced the insights which led to the language of relationships used in public life, and particularly the Relational Proximity Framework.

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