John D Anderson considers five ways to rebuild a commonwealth – a society that shares accumulated wealth broadly. “Private affluence and public squalor” were denounced by J K Galbraith a … Continue reading Common Wealth or Private Riches?
One of the many things that the Coronavirus pandemic has taught us is the true value of work. Many jobs that had previously been considered menial were suddenly categorised as … Continue reading The importance of meaningful work
“I now establish my covenant with you and with your descendants after you, and with every living creature that was with you” says God to Noah in the story in … Continue reading A modern day covenant with future generations
The coronavirus has thrown much of society and the economy into chaos. We don’t know what life will look like on the other side, how much will return to ‘normal’ … Continue reading Let’s do better than a return to normal
Green Christian, of which Joy in Enough is a part, is supporting the Build Back Better campaign, which launches this week. We have put our name to it because we … Continue reading Build Back Better
Justin Thacker, National Coordinator of Church Action for Tax Justice, discusses Jesus’ parable of the wedding feast. Church Action for Tax Justice is a relatively new campaigning organisation that is … Continue reading A place of flourishing for all
The idea of Universal Basic Services (UBS) was only coined in 2017, but has been taken up unusually quickly. It’s given a name to something people were already aspiring to. … Continue reading Book review: The case for Universal Basic Services
John Daniels considers the need for autonomy and control in the divisive issue of Brexit: Leave versus Remain – never the twain shall meet, right? That’s certainly how things look … Continue reading Two tribes, one story