Towards a Relational Europe
Event Report: International Conference: "After Capitalism: Economy, Values And Sustainable Society"
Introduction of the Ukrainian translation of the book "After Capitalism" by Michael Schluter and Paul Mills.
Thoughtful Eating
Eating is never a solitary act; each meal connects us profoundly to food chains, precious resources, human effort, a global ecology and graced provision. How does the food we eat affect the planet? What is a biblical response to environmental degradation, and how can we eat in a way that honours God? This book addresses the high environmental and social costs of modern food systems and provides theological reflections on the interconnected relationships between God, humanity and the non-human creation. By developing an extensive theology of food and eating, it suggests practical applications for individuals, organisations and policymakers, and proposes a framework for thoughtful eating so that we can learn to eat joyfully, relationally and sustainably. This book is widely and carefully-researched, biblically-rooted, judiciously balanced and yet will challenge you to re-evaluate what and how you eat. Food is not just fuel, but spiritually, socially and ecologically laden with meaning. A renewed relationship with food can transform our relationships with ourselves, our neighbours, the wider creation and even with God. Reading this will show you how. Dave Bookless, Director of Theology, A Rocha International
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Event Report: International Conference: "After Capitalism: Economy, Values And Sustainable Society"

Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Introduction of the Ukrainian translation of the book "After Capitalism" by Michael Schluter and Paul Mills.

Event Report: Clapham Institute, Almedalen week in Visby July 2019

Tuesday, July 9, 2019
The Almedalen week is Sweden’s largest gathering of politicians and opinion-makers. This year the Clapham Institute held two seminars. One of them on the relations between Sweden/Europe and Israel in cooperation with Sallux.

Event Report: Making The Case for Freedom

Wednesday, June 26, 2019
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Salt & Light Event: Familiy as the Cornerstone for Country and Society

Wednesday, June 19, 2019
On the 13th of June 2019, our 8th General Members’ Assembly was held in the gorgeous city of Budapest followed by the annual Salt & Light event on the 14th of June in the Hungarian Parliament.


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Relational Thinking and a Biblical Vision for Society

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A plain and simple introduction to "relationism"

Thoughtful Eating

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a biblical perspective on food, relationships and the environment. By Hannah Eves, Katherine Martin, Andrew Phillips, Peter Redmayne.

A Relational Agenda

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how putting relationships first can reform European society. By Jonathan Tame.


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