Confront and challenge your thinking with these faith and justice-driven articles.
The psychology of economics, and what that has to do with loan sharks.
Alan Johnson asks whether we should have so much confidence in our economists.
Malcolm Irwin explores how chaos and creativity could re-ignite The Salvation Army’s first flame.
How ‘getting off a donkey’ changed what we thought we knew.
An opinion piece from Alan Johnson on the focus of public spending after the Christchurch earthquake.
In this issue Malcolm Irwin explores the present welfare debate and the theology of social welfare.
A Think-Piece exploring how our faith can be translated into public debates and public policy.
A discussion of the discourses and debates that have informed how The Salvation Army sees alcohol.
A Think-piece exploring The Salvation Army’s apolitical stance and the role of The Social Policy and Parliamentary Unit.
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