Resources on moral and social issues
The Salvation Army Moral and Social Issues Council (MASIC) provides discussion papers and other material to help people reflect on the intersection of the Christian faith in everyday life.
The Salvation Army publishes Positional Statements on some ethical issues.
Family violence offences in Christchurch jumped by over 50 per cent after the Canterbury earthquake on 4 September.
Everyone has at least one area of weakness. For some, that area of weakness is pornography.
How should we relate to one another within church communities?
Rev Wallis calls the Church to turn from a privatised narcissistic faith to better serve the poor and protect God’s creation.
Is the Army out of step in maintaining its total abstinence stance as a condition of church membership?
What if we were to employ the language and practices of the 'Twelve Step Programme of Alcoholics Anonymous' to reframe our economic recovery?
Meeting needs and standing up for injustice is in the Army’s DNA.
A review of the Army’s history can help us understand why such a counter-cultural position became so important and how it might be relevant in today’s world.
New developments in technology not only raise new problems for consideration, they also raise new questions concerning the definition of life itself.