Category Archives: Redcliffe College

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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Advocating for justice and reconciliation at Redcliffe College

Today marks another milestone in the development of Redcliffe’s new MA course, Justice, Advocacy & Reconciliation in intercultural contexts. Having completed the module, Just Mission, the students will be starting the Advocacy, Reconciliation & Peacebuilding module, which marks our engagement in some innovative … Continue reading

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Justice as the Mission of God

Last night Redcliffe College hosted Joel Edwards, International director for Micah Challenge as guest speaker at the World Christianity Lecture on a topic close to our hearts. The presentation will soon be available on you tube and the full transcript of the talk will be made available on our new … Continue reading

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Justice as the Mission of God – public lecture by Joel Edwards at Redcliffe College, Gloucester

The inaugural Justice and Mission Lecture will take place on Tuesday 13 November 2012, 7.30-9.30pm at Redcliffe College (for more about Redcliffe, see below). Justice is a central part of God’s character and his mission. Even so, it can be challenging to … Continue reading

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New Justice, Advocacy and Reconciliation MA at Redcliffe College – commencing September 2012

Are you interested in understanding God’s heart for justice, for the poor, the needy and the powerless? Do some of the great issues of our time interest you; economic inequality, climate change and the Biblical mandate to be advocates for those who have no … Continue reading

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