Is equality of opportunity ever achievable without tighter regulations on targeted marketing? – Is there more we can do to protect the vulnerable?

Nicola Hughes writes: For every student studying business since 1980 Kotler and Armstrong’s Principles of Marketing has been a necessary purchase – Marketing as an industry is constantly changing and in an unsurprisingly business savvy way K&A regularly updated the ‘’Marketing Bible” so students couldn’t borrow outdated copies from the library. I didn’t have the same problem while studying Theology!

2022-11-17T23:59:31+00:00By |

Truth and Reconciliation for Today

The Rev'd Canon Richard Truss, Guest Editor, writes: Where is the church’s voice in public affairs? We do see occasional episcopal pronouncements, and occasional letters in the press. But most of the attention the past year, when any has surfaced at all, has not been on what the church and theology might have to say to the rest of society, but on what is seen as the dire state of the Church itself - the future of the parish, the financial crisis and even conjectures as to whether it can survive at all?

2022-11-18T00:01:25+00:00By |Tags: |

How Covid-19 may have Changed the Church Forever!

Rosalind Lund

2022-10-21T22:32:42+00:00By |Tags: |

For such a time as this: The call to a deeper solidarity

Guest Editorial - The Rev'd Duncan Dormor - Lent 2021

2022-10-18T14:09:47+00:00By |Tags: |

Advent – a season of barrier breaking?

Guest Editorial - Dr. Clare Amos - Advent 2020
One of the consequences of the ongoing global COVID crisis seems to have been that Advent has taken on more significance in our lives …

2022-10-18T15:04:01+00:00By |Tags: |
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