Post-Christian Europe needs followers of Jesus who understand that the Gospel is powerful in itself. We should not hold onto the privileges of old religious structures.
Let’s pray that Britain and her European neighbours will find a pathway for lasting reform that’s rooted in biblical revelation and wisdom.
Notwithstanding our departure from the EU, we are still Europeans by culture, history and geography. How might such solidarities be strengthened?
Like housing, social welfare provision is not just a financial problem; there are social and relational aspects to consider too.
Decisions are increasingly influenced by the fleeting diktat of popular opinion
Jesus is suggesting a deep and wide vision for how to change the world: individually and corporately, in the home and the workplace.
There are three great benefits of art, which every Christian should embrace: beauty, truth and imagination.
National greatness in God’s eyes is outward focused, and rather than being the object of God’s blessing, any material prosperity was to be seen as an outworking of their obedience to God’s ways.
The danger of deciding on the basis of narrow personal or national self-interest is to overlook a whole range of possible consequences to the other parties in this set of relationships – which could then rebound on us.
On Thursday 23 June, the citizens of the UK will decide if they remain in the European Union. 7 Christians organisations share a joint prayer. Several authors have published biblical perspectives at Evangelical Focus.
Whatever happens in June, Britain will still be part of Europe; we are not voting for the English Channel to become an ocean.
Director of Jubilee Centre Jonathan Tame believes the main themes of the campaign should be analysed from a relational point of view.