In Luke chapter twelve, Jesus is teaching and somebody comes up to him with a question. “Tell my brother to divide the inheritance with me” he says, asking Jesus to … Continue reading The opposite of greed
The Joy in Enough confession is a useful resource for Lent and Ash Wednesday services, reflecting on our complicity in inequality, climate change and consumerism.
As Christians we are accustomed to living in overlapping worlds. We are here and we are elsewhere, material and spiritual, ambassadors of God’s future here in the present. Jesus outlined … Continue reading Living the future into reality
What makes a good human life? And why do we think economic growth could be anywhere near a decent proxy? This post is an excerpt from Christian Aid’s report An … Continue reading What does a truly human life look like?
Bishop David Atkinson on the stories we tell about humanity and the natural world, an excerpt from the paper Climate and the Gospel. Atkinson’s latest book, Hope Rediscovered, is out … Continue reading The stories we tell ourselves