Adrian Pabst shows how post liberal politics draws on Christianity and is centred around trust, dignity and human relationships
There is a political dimension to the local church’s vocation. Not in a party political or campaigning sense, but rather in its call to transform civil society
To restore our common life a new approach is needed. This is a letter inviting churches to renew the covenant by building local relationships.
This is a joint letter in which we address the new era and invite the churches to consider their calling to play a critical role in civic renewal.
Luke Bretherton traces the connection between democracy and Christianity
Jon Cruddas argues that the dignity of labour must be at the heart of a renewed politics of the common good, and therefore calls for UBI should be resisted.
Alison Milbank sees a solution to two contemporary crises: housing and church decline
+Adrian Newman introduces four theological principles to animate social action
David Muir argues for an engaged Christian citizenship and explores the relationship of political culture with the Pentecostal understanding of the Pauline ‘principalities and powers’
Erica Dunmow explores the concept of covenant in the Methodist tradition.