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A Reflection on ‘Anglican Social Theology’

by John Atherton

27/08/2014 11:09

William Temple’s little classic, Christianity and Social Order, was written in understandable haste in 1941 in the darkest days of the Second World War.  It was published as a Penguin Special in 1942, retailing at 6d (two and a half pence in today’s coinage).  I have a rather battered one.  It’s very slender (92pp), printed […]


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This guest post is written by Dr Simon Duffy, Director of The Centre for Welfare Reform and policy advisor to the Campaign for a Fair Society. William Temple helped to found the modern welfare state, but what would he make of it today? If we re-examine his seminal Christianity and Social Order in the light of […]


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Searching for Shalom in a World at War

by Greg Smith

12/08/2014 15:15

When Jesus sent out his first trainee evangelists, travelling light, and living by faith, as some missionaries still do today, he advised them when accepting hospitality in new places — ‘And if the son of peace be there, your peace shall rest upon it: if not, it shall turn to you again’ (Luke 10:6). This […]


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