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As tackling climate change increasingly becomes not just an economic and political issue, but also a moral one, a new paper from Christian Aid draws inspiration from the biblical prophets.
The fourth Cutting Edge Consortium Conference will take place on 1st November 2014 at Conway Hall, Red Lion’s Square from 10am to 5pm (registration from 9.30am). The theme of this year’s conference is “Equality and Religion in a Changing World”.
Ekklesia is please to be supporting the British tour of Professor Tom and Rebecca Yoder Neufeld, which continues in Scotland next week (2-6 November 2014).
Ekklesia is pleased to be connected to both domestic and global initiatives in Anabaptist thinking about peace, justice and the role and witness of church communities in a changing world.
The World Council of Churches is deeply concerned about the rejection of an appeal against the blasphemy death sentence for Pakistani Christian woman Asia Bibi.
Christian Climate Action and Divest London have thrown a party on the steps of St Paul’s to celebrate the large number of Churches divesting from fossil fuels.
Diversity, communion and challenges from the emerging contexts of urban life in Latin America are key concerns for churches in the region.
Ekklesia co-director Jonathan Bartley will be appearing on Sunday Morning Live television programme, with Clive Anderson, at 10am on BBC1 Sunday 26th October 2014.
Multinational companies may have a moral duty to pay more tax than the letter of the law strictly requires of them, according to a new Christian Aid report on tax and theology.
Young Christians asked about their attitudes to voting and politics by the Joint Public Issues Team were clear they did not have faith in politicians to deliver positive change.