Peter Grimwood describes how Christian values and truths contrast with the values of contemporary economics, and how the church has influenced economic thinking in the past. Years ago now while … Continue reading How Christianity challenges economics
The classic nativity tells a lovely story but the reality was a lot messier. Perhaps the message of the angels sounded as preposterous then as now, given the state of … Continue reading Did the Christmas angels get it wrong?
Catherine Masterman celebrates the rhythms of the calendar and the opportunity to bring people together. There is something wonderful about the fact that the easing of lockdown restrictions coincides with … Continue reading The richness of the rhythms
Tony Emerson, Dulwich Hamlet FC fan, writes about how football can build community, pride and belonging in a fairer economy. The economist Daniel Bromley, in his publication Possessive Individualism: a … Continue reading No I in TEAM – football in the new economy