Category Archives: Education

Book Review:Beyond Religion: Ethics for a Whole World by the Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama explores paths beyond religion to increase compassion in society. Continue reading

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Book Review: Global Church: reshaping our conversations, renewing our mission, revitalising our churches

In Global Church: reshaping our conversations, renewing our mission, revitalising our churches, Graham Hill nails his thesis firmly on the doors of the Western Church and Academy: Those of us in the West need a new narrative. It’s time to … Continue reading

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jusTice update – July 2014

Dear friends and supporters of jusTice, We have just returned from Chennai, India. It’s our second trip to India in partnership with International Justice Mission (IJM) to engage church pastors in thinking around issues of justice from a biblical and … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Education and the formation of a Just Society (Part II)

In a fiery speech to an auditorium full of students a few weeks ago, Professor Cornel West warns them here saying: “…Don’t get caught to make big, big, big money and find yourself in a condition of spiritual malnutrition and … Continue reading

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Reflecting on education and the formation of a just society

Something which has increasingly troubled me as I’ve watched my children pass through Western-styled education (both in Latin America and in the UK) and reflected on its qualities is how this education has largely rewarded a very narrow band of intellectual achievement … Continue reading

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