Introduction We are living through tumultuous times in monetary affairs. After a decade of record low, even negative interest rates, inflation has returned with a vengeance and interest rates have…
Introduction In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new edition of The Tyranny of Merit: What’s become of the common good? (2021) was published. Its author, Michael Sandel, a…
‘today my church, like so many others, is sharply divided, despite the fact that its ministers can agree on a very long and detailed doctrinal statement, the Westminster standards. So…
A big number of Western Christians have laudably invested their time, money, and energy to confront the massive global challenge of religious persecution.
This paper tracks the short-term history of how questions of identity, citizenship and ‘Britishness’ were engaged with.
The outcome of the UK’s referendum on EU membership has highlighted deep divisions within the populace. How can we find a strategy for reconciliation?
The Newick Park Initiative (NPI) in South Africa was a Christian initiative which helped to build the trust and a shared national vision.
This paper considers the pastoral and political role of biblical lament in the Christian life. The theology and practice of lament is often neglected in congregations.
The Bible and Politics - Christian sources of British political thought by Nick Spencer
The Equality Act 2010 was the last major piece of legislation to be passed under the British ‘New Labour’ Government.